Visa Checkout (now Click to Pay in the United States) is a digital wallet that securely stores a shopper's payment and shipping details. It supports all major credit and debit card types, including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. Visa Checkout yields conversion rates that far exceed traditional checkout and enables your customers to make fast and easy payments across all their devices.
Visa Checkout is supported for shoppers and merchants in the following countries as a simple and secure payment method.
- Argentina (AR)
- Australia (AU)
- Brazil (BR)
- Canada (CA)
- Chile (CL)
- China (CN)
- Colombia (CO)
- France (FR)
- Hong Kong (HK)
- India (IN)
- Ireland (IE)
- Kuwait (KW)
- Malaysia (MY)
- Mexico (MX)
- New Zealand (NZ)
- Peru (PE)
- Poland (PL)
- Qatar (QA)
- Saudi Arabia (SA)
- Singapore (SG)
- South Africa (ZA)
- Spain (ES)
- United States (US) (as Click to Pay)
- United Kingdom (UK)
- United Arab Emirates (AE)
- Enabling the Visa Checkout Payment Method
- Visa Checkout in a Hosted Payment Page
- Implementing Visa Checkout via the BlueSnap API
Follow these steps to enable the Visa Checkout payment method in your BlueSnap account:
- Log in to your account in the BlueSnap Merchant Console.
- Go to Checkout Page > Payment Methods.
- Select Show next to Visa Checkout, and then click Submit.
If you are using a Hosted Payment Page, the Visa Checkout payment method appears once you complete this step. For details about the shopper experience, refer to Visa Checkout in a Hosted Payment Page.
If you are using the BlueSnap API, refer to Implementing Visa Checkout via the BlueSnap API to finish implementing Visa Checkout in your checkout pages.
If you are using a Hosted Payment page, you simply need to enable this payment method in order to have it offered on your checkout pages. For instructions, refer to Enabling the Visa Checkout Payment Method.
Note: As mentioned above, this Visa Checkout button is automatically replaced with the Click to Pay logo.
The lightbox opens on top of the existing checkout page, and the shopper logs in to Visa Checkout. The shopper can also create a new Visa Checkout account.
The shopper is redirected back to the checkout page. The relevant card type is highlighted and the shopper's information from Visa Checkout is displayed (read-only). The shopper clicks Submit to complete the purchase and initiate the payment.
To test the Visa Checkout flow, you'll need a test Visa Checkout account with a test card added. You may use the following card:
Updated about a month ago