how to create paypal subscription button?

by ankur sharma 5 replies
Hi warriors (love the new forum) ,
I want to launch a new wso. I want buyers can try my service for $2 . Then after 3 days , $45 deduct from their account. How i can do this? I went to "subscription" section of paypal , but got confused there. any ideas?

Cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author Jelasco
    Go through the same steps as you would to create a payment button.

    Merchant Services tab -> Create Buttons -> Subscribe
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  • Profile picture of the author jjpmarketing
    Ok when you click on the subscribe button under the paypal buttons section... it will take you to the screen where you setup your subsciption. Just put $2 in the Trial 1 box, and set it to 3 days. Then set the normal subscription rate at $45.

    That is how you setup paypal to do a trial.
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    • Profile picture of the author ankur sharma
      Originally Posted by jjpmarketing View Post

      Ok when you click on the subscribe button under the paypal buttons section... it will take you to the screen where you setup your subsciption. Just put $2 in the Trial 1 box, and set it to 3 days. Then set the normal subscription rate at $45.

      That is how you setup paypal to do a trial.
      "period and a rate must be added for subscriptions. Please check and resubmit." i am getting this error message
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  • Profile picture of the author pwebbiz
    Originally Posted by ankur sharma View Post

    Hi warriors (love the new forum) ,
    I want to launch a new wso. I want buyers can try my service for $2 . Then after 3 days , $45 deduct from their account. How i can do this? I went to "subscription" section of paypal , but got confused there. any ideas?

    Cheers
    Put a length in the second box and ensure RECURRING is set to NO.

    Nonetheless, you need a length.

    So like:

    $2 for 3 days

    Then

    $45 (non recurring) for 1 year

    This is required because paypal usually puts these variables to membership site scripts BUT regardless of what length you put in - as long as it's non recurring the person will never get billed again - it's only a technicality.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marc Meole
    Just set the trial period for 2$ for 3 days then the monthly billing cycle for $45
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