What you will need:

  • A Business PayPal Account
  • An Order Form Page

**Please note: This is a 3rd party access integration and not a direct API integration, which means there is limited functionality. Be sure to read the Important PayPal Notes and Limitations.**

Step One: Create PayPal Button

  • Login in to Your PayPal account and Click on Tools.
  • Scroll down and Click on PayPal buttons.
  • Choose Your Button type.
  • Enter the Item Name.
  • Enter the Item ID (this is required and can be any ID number that you prefer)
  • Enter the Price. (for testing enter a small amount)
  • Add all other pricing details as needed.
  • Go To Step 3: Customize Advanced Features.
  • Add the URL in your funnel that you would like customers to go to when they cancel their checkout.
  • Add the URL in your funnel that you would like customers to go to when they complete their purchase.
  • Click on Settings from within the Funnel.
  • Go to the 3rd Party membership Access area. (scroll to bottom of the page)
  • Click on Add Product.
  • Add in your Product Name.
  • Choose PayPal from the Billing Integration drop down menu.
  • Enter the Amount.
  • Skip the Price Display Override and Bump.
  • Enter the Cart Product (the same Item ID used in PayPal settings above)
  • Copy the Webhook URL (highlight it to select it)
  • Click on Create Product.
  • Go back to Paypal Step 3: Customize Advanced Features.
  • Select the Advanced variables field.
  • Add the following text to this field, notify_url=
  • Then paste the Webhook URL from Clickfunnels.
  • Click Create Button.

Step Two: Add PayPal Button To Your Page

Learn how to add your PayPal button to a order page

If you have any questions about this, please contact our support team by clicking the support icon in the bottom right-hand corner of this page.

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