Frequently Asked Questions

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What is Checkout Page?

Checkout Page lets you receive money into your Stripe account without writing code. It lets you create a one-page websites that you can use in a number of ways. You can use Checkout Page to sell digital products, tailored services, advertisement spots, physical goods and more.

How do I use Checkout Page to sell digital products on Stripe?

Checkout Page provides an easy way to sell digital products with Stripe. The best way to do this now is by using Zapier. By connecting Zapier to your Stripe account, you can use a transactional email provider to send emails with attachments after you make a sale on Checkout Page. We’re happy to help you set this up. Please send an email to

How do I use Checkout Page to sell physical goods on Stripe?

Checkout Page can help you to sell physical products with Stripe. The most important part of selling physical goods is that you need to capture customer's the shipping address during checkout. You can add form fields for each of the data that you need. In your Page's settings, go to the Fields tab. Here you can add the field you want the customer to fill in, such as 'Delivery address' and 'Zip code'. You will then be able to see this customer data on the Sales page and in your email notification when you make a sale.

What integrations work with Checkout Page?

Checkout Page has no direct integrations, but leverages Stripe integrations. Any integration on Stripe that executes an action based on an incoming Stripe transaction or customer can work with Checkout Page. This includes but is not limited to cool tools such as CashNotify, BareMetrics and ChartMogul.

What does Checkout Page cost?

There are three plans, designed to fit your needs. The Flexible plan has no monthly fee, but a percentage fee on each sale. With the Indie, Professional and Business plans you pay a fixed monthly fee, but no percentage fees per sale. Please check the Pricing page to see exact pricing and features. If you need a plan that suits your specific needs better – feel free to reach out.

How does Checkout Page take a transaction fee?

Checkout Page uses Stripe Connect to make charges on your behalf. This allows me to set a fee on each transaction. The fee is taken on the moment the sale is made and the remaining amount is stored in your Stripe account directly. This means that there are no payouts for our side – you receive your money in you Stripe account right away.

What qualifications are there to use Checkout Page?

Checkout Page only works for businesses using Stripe. Stripe requires you to be a registered business and only allows businesses in certain countries. You can view the full list of countries here and what is allowed here

In what currencies can I sell?

Currently Checkout Page supports making charges in these currencies:

  • USD
  • AUD
  • BRL
  • CAD
  • CHF
  • DKK
  • EUR
  • GBP
  • HKD
  • JPY
  • MXN
  • NOK
  • NZD
  • SEK
  • SGD

It is you own responsibility to make sure that your Stripe account is eligible to charge in the currency you want to charge in. If you use a currency that is not supported for your country, people will simply not be able to pay. You can check which currencies are supported for your account here.

Is there a minimum amount for the payments I take?

Yes. Minimum amounts are determined by application fees, Stripe fees and conversion rates and exist to ensure that you don't lose money on a sale. The minimum amount depends on which settlement currency the amount would be paid out to on your Stripe account.

Checkout Page enforces minimum prices when creating pages, but due to everchanging exchange rates, there is no guarantee that this minimum will be valid at the moment your customer tries to pay. It is your own responsibility to set your prices high enough to convert to the minimum charge amount in your settlement currency. You can read more about minimum charge amounts in the Stripe Documentation here.

How does Checkout Page deal with VAT?

Checkout Page does currently not handle VAT. A common approach is to sell all items including VAT and then pay the necessary VAT based on the origin country of the buyer. There a rumours that Stripe is working on an easier way to deal with VAT, which is a reason for me to hold off for the moment. Please get in touch via email or telegram if you need a better export of your sales – I am happy to generate one.

I have a question / I have a complaint / Something is not working

I’m happy to help – please get in touch via email, Telegram or Twitter. I try to minimise my email usage, so if your issue is urgent, please use Telegram or Twitter.