The Stripe payment system is a payment processing platform that allows you to transfer money from a user’s account to a business account through a credit or debit card transaction.

It is also known for its flexible API. When it comes to online payments, the Stripe payment system is one of the majorly used payment gateways after PayPal.

To integrate the Stripe payment system into your event website, you can utilize the Stripe Payment Extension.

This extension is easy to set up and requires zero coding. You can add stripe payment forms, enable stripe recurring payments, create stripe payment pages, and more using this extension. However, you will require an SSL certificate to host safe transactions. 

In this article, we’ll cover a brief guide on setting up Stripe payments on your WordPress website. 

 

Features of Stripe Payment Extension

This Stripe WordPress payment extension enables your website users to make online payments through credit or debit cards.

Additionally, setting up this extension is extremely easy. You can effortlessly manage the payment details with this extension on your WordPress website.

A few highlights of this extension:

  • Easy configuration for Stripe Payments
  • Add Stripe keys from your EventPrime Dashboard
  • Allow users to choose their preferred payment gateway for bookings
  • Allow users to add their credit or debit card details to make the payment

A step-by-step guide on setting up Stripe payments on your WordPress website

Download the Stripe Payment extension from this link.

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You can also download EventPrime Premium or Premium+, the Stripe payment extension comes with these packages along with a few more powerful extensions.

Once downloaded, install and activate the extension on your WordPress backend. Furthermore, follow the steps below to set up Stripe for online payments.

Step1: Go to the left menu of EventPrime and click on Global Settings.

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Step2: Then click on ‘Payments’.

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Step3: Upon opening the payment page, you will see options for payment gateways.

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Step4: Click on the checkbox next to ‘Stripe’, and you will see the option to ‘Configure’ it. 

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Step5: Click on Configure and set up your API keys.

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Step6: Once the API is set, ‘Save’ your setting, and you are done setting up stripe payments!

Now, Stripe payment options will be automatically available on every paid event on your website.

How your users can book events using the Stripe payment system?

Step1: Users can go to the event page and click on ‘Book Now’ to start the booking process.

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Step2: If your event has a Live seating chart, users can select the seats and click ‘Proceed.’

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Step3: On the Booking page, users can select the Stripe payment options.

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Step4: Users will be able to fill in the card details and submit them.

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Step5: Once the payment process is done, users will receive a confirmation message.

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In Conclusion

Adding Stripe Payment Gateway to your events WordPress website will surely help you increase sales through stripe fees and Stripe card payments.

Moreover, this Stripe payment system works as one of the best Stripe payment solutions for Stripe payment forms, Stripe recurring payments, and more.

Additionally, similar to the Stripe Payment extension, EventPrime has multiple other robust extensions that can help you increase the functionalities of your WordPress website. You can check out these extensions here.

Hopefully, this guide on how to accept Stripe payments on WordPress has resolved all your queries. If you require any further assistance, please comment below and we will reach out to you with the best solution.

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