Learn about pricing and the shopper journey for OXXO on adyen.com.
OXXO is a Mexican voucher-based payment method. Shoppers order items online, select OXXO at checkout and receive a voucher. Then, they pay in cash for their purchase with that voucher at one of the over 13,000 OXXO stores in the country. Because many people in Mexico don't have a bank account or credit card, this is a popular ecommerce payment method.
Shoppers print their voucher and present it to the cashier at an OXXO store to pay. When the payment is successful, OXXO sends a confirmation to the Adyen payments platform. This confirmation is typically received within one business day, but can take longer depending on when OXXO processes the transaction.
If the voucher is not paid before the due date, the corresponding transaction remains open in your Customer Area for seven days. Then, the voucher expires.
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