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Set up payment methods

Set up the payment methods you want you offer, and customize how they are shown to your shoppers during checkout.

This page describes the payment methods setup for v8 of the plugin. If you are using v9.0.1 or later, see the newer documentation.

You need to add payment methods to your Customer Area before you can add them to your Adobe Commerce admin panel.

When you have added the payment methods to your Customer Area, make sure to enable Alternative payment methods in the Adobe Commerce admin panel in order to render local payment methods in your checkout.

For a list of all payment methods supported by the plugin, refer to Supported payment methods.

Some payment methods require extra steps to enable. To find the section for setting up payment methods in Adobe Commerce:

  1. Log in to your Adobe Commerce admin panel.
  2. In the left navigation bar, go to Stores > Configuration.
  3. In the menu, go to Sales > Payment Methods.
  4. Select Configure payment methods.

Alternative payment methods

This needs to be enabled in order to render payment methods in your checkout.

Field Description
Enabled Select Yes.
Sort Order The position of this payment method during checkout.
Store alternative payment methods Select Yes to securely store the SEPA payment details of shoppers.
Tokenized Payment Methods Select the alternative payment methods you want to securely store the payment details of the shoppers.
Token Type Select CardOnFile, UnscheduledCardOnFile or Subscription, depending on how the token will be used. For more information, see our FAQ.

Klarna\Ratepay\Afterpay Settings

Enter the unique RatePAY ID provided by your Ratepay integration consultant.

Advanced settings

SettingDescription

Title

The title that indicates the alternative payment methods during the checkout.

Language locale

The language shown to the shopper during checkout. By default, this is the language of your shop in Adobe Commerce.

ISO Country Code

Determine the payment methods shown to the shopper during checkout. By default, this depends on the billing address of the shopper, however you can override it here.

Card payments

To set up credit card payments, select Card Payments and fill out the following fields:

FieldDescription

Enabled

Select Yes to enable this payment method.

Title

The title that indicates this payment method during checkout.

Sort Order

The position of this payment method during checkout.

Click To Pay Enabled

Select Yes to offer Click To Pay payments to your shoppers.

From plugin version 7.3.1 and later, shoppers that use a co-branded credit card can choose with which credit card type they want to complete their payment. For this functionality to work, both types have to be enabled in Credit Card Types.

Installments Setup

Credit card installments are optionally available in some countries. To learn more about their availability, see Credit card installments.

FieldDescription

Enable Installments

Select Yes to enable installments for each credit card type.

Apple Pay

The steps for adding Apple Pay depend on which version of the plugin you're using:

  1. Add Apple Pay in your Customer Area.
  2. Use Adyen's Apple Pay Certificate to go live, without designing your Apple Pay integration.
  3. Make sure that Alternative payment methods are activated in your Adobe Commerce configuration.
  4. If you want to use express flows, install and enable the Express Checkout module from composer.
  5. To enable the Apple Pay Express Checkout option, go to Alternative payment methods > Express Payments > Show Apple Pay on and select one of the options.

Testing

Use Apple's test card numbers to test your integration.

For a full list of test cards and instructions how to add these to your test device, see Sandbox testing on Apple's Developer website.

Check the status of an Apple Pay test payment in your Customer Area > Transactions >  Payments.

Boleto

To set up Boleto, select Boleto integration, and fill out the following fields:

FieldDescription

Enabled

Select Yes to enable this payment method.

Title

The title that indicates this payment method during checkout.

Sort Order

The position of this payment method during checkout.

Days for Delivery

The number of days to be added to the current date to set the delivery date.

Gift cards

If you want to accept gift card payments, contact our Support Team.

Once our team confirms that gift card payments have been set up for you account, you can start to accept gift cards in your checkout.

Google Pay

The steps for adding Google Pay depend on which version of the plugin you're using:

  1. Add Google Pay in your Customer Area.
  2. Set up Google Pay.
  3. Make sure that Alternative payment methods are activated in your Adobe Commerce configuration. Google Pay is then rendered from the Alternative Payment Methods list.
  4. If you want to use the express flows, install and enable the Express Checkout module from composer.
  5. To enable the Google Pay Express Checkout option, go to Alternative payment methods > Express Payments > Show Google Pay on and select one of the options.

MOTO

To use MOTO, you need a MOTO merchant account. Follow these steps to request a merchant account.

After you create a MOTO merchant account, you can configure the MOTO payment method in your plugin.

  1. Go to Stores > Configuration > Sales > Payment methods > Adyen Payments.
  2. Go to the Configure payment methods section.
  3. Select the MOTO accordion.
  4. Set Enabled to Yes.
  5. Add a line.
  6. Fill in the MOTO merchant account as explained here. You can only process MOTO payments through your MOTO merchant account.
  7. Enter the Client Key and the API key related to your MOTO merchant account.
  8. Select the TEST or LIVE environment.
  9. Save your configuration.

We recommend that you clean your cache.

To test MOTO:

  1. In your Adobe Commerce admin panel, go to Sales > Orders.
  2. Select Create New Order > Create New Customer or select an existing customer.
  3. Select a store, then select Add Products > Adyen MOTO.

PayPal

To connect your PayPal account to your integration, you have to grant third party permissions to Adyen in your PayPal Business account. You also have to enter your PayPal Merchant ID in the Adyen Customer Area.

To do this:

  1. Set up third party API access on your PayPal account.
  2. Get your PayPal Merchant ID.
  3. Set up the PayPal payment method.

Pay by Link lets you create an order and send an Adyen payment link directly to the shopper in the order confirmation email. This option is available for orders created from the Adobe Commerce admin panel.

Pay by Link is available from plugin v7.3.0 and later. In earlier versions, use Pay by Mail.

The orders created with Pay by Link are not finished until the shopper clicks the generated link and proceeds with the payment. If the shopper doesn't complete the payment, unfinished orders will be automatically closed by the plugin's cron.

Watch how to configure Pay by Link:

To create payment links, make sure you have the Pay by Link user permissions set up in your Adyen Customer Area. You can also customize the Pay by Link theme from your Adyen Customer Area.

To set up Pay by Link in the Adobe Commerce plugin, select Adyen Pay by Link and fill out the following fields:

Field Description
Enabled Select Yes to enable this payment method.
Title The title that indicates this payment method during checkout.
Default days to expire payment links How many days this payment link should be active. You can override this value when creating the payment link.
Sort Order The position of this payment method during checkout.

Create a payment link

After you have set up Pay by Link, you can start creating payment links for admin orders.

  1. In your Adobe Commerce Admin panel, go to Sales > Orders > Create New Order > Create New Customer (or select an existing customer).
  2. Select a store, and then Add Products.
  3. Select Adyen Pay By Link as the payment method.
  4. You can optionally enter a custom expiration date for this payment link.

Pay by Mail

Create an order and send an Adyen payment link directly to the shopper.

Pay by Mail is replaced with Pay by Link in v7.3.0 or later.

Set up the Pay by Mail redirect page

To set up the page that your shopper is redirected to after they click the payment link, you need to create a skin in your Adyen Customer Area. Before you go live, you also need to publish the skin to live.

Set up and enable Pay by Mail

To set up Pay by Mail, select Pay by Mail integration and fill out the following fields:

FieldDescription

Enabled

Select Yes to enable this payment method.

Title

The title that indicates this payment method during checkout.

Sort Order

The position of this payment method during checkout.

Session Validity

How many days do you want this payment page to be active.

Skin Code

Code of the skin you want to use.

HMAC Key for Test

The HMAC key for the test platform linked to the skin.

HMAC Key for Live

The HMAC key for the live platform linked to the skin.

Use Pay by Mail

After you have set up Pay by Mail and the redirect page, you can start to use Pay by Mail.

  1. In your Adobe Commerce admin panel, go to Sales > Orders > Create New Order > Create New Customer (or select an existing) > Select a store > Add Products > Select Pay By Mail.

In-person payments

You can also offer terminal payments for your customers for the endless aisle experience. An employee can place an order from the admin panel and send the payment to the selected terminal.

To set up in-person payments, follow this checklist. To configure in-person payments in your Adobe Commerce 2 store, refer to Set up point of sale.

Donations

With our Giving feature, you can give shoppers the option to donate to a charity after they have placed an order. Make sure the charity is onboarded at Adyen before you configure this feature.

To configure donations using Giving:

  1. In your Adobe Commerce Admin panel, go to Sales > Payment Methods.
  2. In the menu, go to Configure payment methods > Adyen Giving. Fill out the following fields:
Field Description
Enabled Select Yes to enable Giving.
Charity name Name of the charity displayed on the Adyen Giving component.
Charity merchant account Adyen merchant account name for the charity.
For testing, use MyCharity_Giving_TEST.
For accepting live donations, change this to the account name that we give you after choosing your charity.
Suggested donation amounts Suggested amounts that the shopper can donate using the order currency, separated by commas. The minimum amount is the equivalence of EUR 1 in your selected currency.
Charity description Description of the charity.
Charity website Link to the charity website.
Background image Background image of the Adyen Giving component.
Charity logo Logo displayed on the Adyen Giving component.

Watch how to configure Adyen Giving:

Test and go live with Giving

Test

You must have the Merchant admin user role.

  1. In your test Customer Area, go to Settings > Account Settings.
  2. Under Giving, select the Online donations toggle to enable it.
  3. In your Adobe Commerce admin panel, use the test account MyCharity_Giving_TEST for Charity merchant account.
  4. Make test donations using our test cards.

    When testing Visa payments, use the test card which has the security code as optional.

  5. Verify the outcome of your test donations in a Giving report or dashboard:
    In your Customer Area, go to Reports > Giving Overview, which shows the successful donations the next day.

If an issue occurs with your test donation requests, you can find more details in the API logs.

Go live

  1. Contact your Adyen Account Manager or our Support Team and ask them to set up your live account for Giving, connecting it to the right nonprofit account.
  2. (Only if you have a manual integration) In your live Customer Area, enable the Adyen Giving merchant webhook.
  3. In your Adobe Commerce admin panel, use the account name that we give you after choosing your nonprofit for Charity merchant account.
  4. Verify the outcome of live donations by either:

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