Stripe Payment Gateway now available for Jigoshop

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Stripe is an interesting payment service which launched earlier this year. It offers clear commission rates amongst some other great features, so we’re pleased to say you can now use the new Stripe Payment Gateway to plug it straight into Jigoshop.

Importantly, you’ll be able to take payments from anyone with Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, JCB, and Diners Club cards, and the minimum chargeable amount is just $0.50. Stripe then takes a set 2.9% + $0.30 with no other fees for set-up etc.

Stripe Payment Gateway for Jigoshop

Other features including subscription/recurring billing, and support for data portability, meaning they’ll help you to migrate your details if you leave the service. plus they store credit card details etc, meaning you don’t have to.

Please note that to receive funds from Stripe itself (which are paid on a 7-day rolling schedule), you or your business will need to be based in the U.S for the time being. Stripe are working on accommodating businesses around the globe, and this doesn’t affect which countries your customers can be located in.


  • James

    Wow, this looks great, nice one!

    Bring on the UK rollout…

  • Brian

    Will this gateway integrated directly into the billing form screen in Jigoshop? Do you happen to have any samples of what the page will look like when customers input their credit card info for Stripe?


  • Adam

    Will stripe plugin be able to let us bill the customer later as it is supposed to do? It stores credit card information so we can bill later.

    • Dan Thornton

      Yep – it includes subscription and recurring billing options.

      If you mean you don’t wish to bill customers immediately, but after a set length or time or a completed piece of work, for example, then that would be handled by Stripe as the payment processor – the gateway simply provides the method for the data going into and out of Stripe.

      • Adam

        Awesome! Yes, I meant to NOT bill customers immediately, but after a completed work we would bill them. Thank you!

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