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Tender options

List of tender options that influence how a transaction is processed.

Tender options are parameters that change how the tender is processed. For example, the tender option AskGratuity triggers the payment terminal to ask the shopper for a tip.

You pass tender options in your Terminal API payment requests in the SaleToAcquirerData field.

Tender options

These are the tender options you can pass in the SaleData.SaleToAcquirerData field.

NameDescription
AllowPartialAuthorisationFlags that a partial approval is allowed and it's possible that the authorised amount is lower than the requested amount.
AskGivingTriggers Adyen Giving, where the terminal asks if the shopper wants to donate to charity.
AskGratuityTriggers tipping from the terminal, where the terminal asks if the shopper wants to tip.
BypassPinBypasses PIN entry when the shopper says they don't know the PIN for the card and you either know they are the legitimate cardholder or want to give them the benefit of the doubt.This is the process:
  1. Your store staff cancels the existing transaction and initiates a new transaction through the cash register.
  2. The shopper presses the green key (CONFIRM) when prompted for a PIN and provides a signature.
  3. Your store staff checks and approves the signature.
Because a cardholder is expected to know the PIN for their card, we recommend verifying the signature as well as the cardholder name with some form of identification.
ForcedDeclineForces the transaction to be declined, for example, if fraud is suspected.
MOTOTriggers Mail Order/Telephone Order transactions on the payment terminal from the cash register. MOTO transactions are card-not-present transactions, where the shopper provides the merchant with the payment details by means of mail (not email), fax, or telephone.
ReceiptHandlerSpecifies that the cash register handles printing the receipt (or emailing the receipt). When you omit this tender option, the payment terminal must print the receipt. But if the terminal doesn't have a built-in printer, the transaction will fail.
SkipAIDPrioritySkip the application identifier (AID) priority that has been set in your Customer Area. This allows a shopper to select their preferred application (payment method).

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