Link improves the conversion rate of checkout flows, allowing customers to save and reuse payment information for faster checkouts at numerous online businesses. It is automatically enabled for Stripe Checkout and Payment Links users, with no additional fees or integration work required.
Link improves the conversion rate of your checkout flow. With Link, your customers can save and reuse payment information for a faster checkout at the hundreds of thousands of online businesses that have Link enabled. Conversion rates increased by up to 7% for customers logged into Link, and these returning customers can check out in just 6 seconds—9x faster than non-Link customers.
If you already have Link live for your business and are looking for commonly asked customer support questions, please refer to the Link FAQ.
For Stripe Checkout , Payment Links users, Link is already enabled on your site with no additional fees or integration work required.
For most users of Stripe Checkout, Payment Links, Card Element, and Hosted Invoices pages you can disable Link from the Links settings page in your Dashboard. For Payment Element users, you can disable it from your Payment Method settings page in your Dashboard.
For Stripe Elements users, Link is available to all users for Web via the Payment Element, Payment Request Button Element, and the Card Element. And for mobile iOS and Android, it's available via the Mobile Payment Element.
How can I accept Link?
You can accept Link through Elements, or through Stripe Checkout.
- New Payment Element resources for integrating
- Checkout resource for integrating
- Integrating Link is no additional work. In fact, it is automatically turned on, which can be controlled via a toggle in the Dashboard settings.
- Mobile Payment Element for iOS and Android resources for integrating
- Payment Request Button
- Integrating Link is no additional work. In fact, it is automatically turned on, which can be controlled via a toggle in the Link Dashboard settings.
- Card Element
How much does it cost?
Link pricing is the exact same as card sticker pricing.
Does it work with recurring payments?
Yes, Link works with recurring payments.
- For users on subscriptions
- You’ll need to create the subscription with
payment_behavior=default_incomplete, and send the resulting PaymentIntent to the Payment Element, which activates the subscription when the PaymentIntent is paid.
- You can follow the general integration guide.
- For users on saved payment methods
Is Link supported in my country or currency?
- For the new Element and the Mobile Payment Element
- Your account must be in the US, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, the UAE or Europe, but you can present in any currencies supported by cards.
- The location of the end customer can be anywhere as long as the above is true.
- For Checkout, Payment Request Button, and Card Element
- Link is supported anywhere Cards are supported, except for India, and in any presentment currencies that are also supported.
How do disputes work with Link?
- Disputes for Link card payments work the exact same way as they do for non-Link card payments.
Does Link work with any other payment methods besides Cards?
- Currently Link works with credit cards, debit cards, and US bank accounts. To give your customers more payment options at checkout, Stripe is working to add additional funding sources to Link in 2023.
- Instructions to test the integration of any available funding source can be found in the integration guide.