PeachPayadds a customizable “express checkout” button to your WooCommerce store’s product pages, cart page, and minicart.

With the swift, simple checkout process you will be able to offer your customers with PeachPay, you can kiss cart abandonment goodbye.

Returning customers check out with just one click, no matter which site they used PeachPay on initially (yes, you read that right!). 

If you wish to learn more about 1-click checkout and PeachPay, you can read another two Business Bloomer articles called “WooCommerce: The Elusive Nature of 1-Click Checkout” and “WooCommerce: Quick Cart Abandonment Solutions“.

In here, on the other hand, you find a brief tutorial with screenshots to help you integrate PeachPay onto your WooCommerce install in a matter of minutes. Enjoy!

Downloading and Installing the PeachPay Plugin

To begin, head to get.peachpay.appand enter your WooCommerce site’s address. On the next screen, click on “Install Now.” You’ll then be redirected to your WordPress dashboard, where you can activate the plugin to continue the set-up process. 

NOTE: If you encounter any issues during this process, you can install the plugin directly through the WordPress repository the good old-fashioned way. 

You will be prompted to authorize PeachPay to connect to your WooCommerce store; click on the “Approve” button to do so. PeachPay requires read/write access so that orders made with PeachPay are successfully placed.

Linking PeachPay and Stripe

Next, you will need to create a Stripe Connect account with PeachPay. Follow the WordPress dashboard banner link and enter the login credentials for your Stripe account (or create one), then complete the Stripe Connect set-up process. 

An activation key will be sent to your email address in the next few minutes. When it arrives, log in to your WordPress dashboard and navigate to the PeachPay plugin settings. You then enter your activation key in the relevant field. 

Setting Up the PeachPay Plugin

While you’re waiting for the email with your activation key, you can play around with some of the PeachPay plugin settings. First, consider enabling test mode. This lets you place WooCommerce orders via PeachPay using test card information. Your customers will not be able to see the PeachPay button while it is in test mode, allowing you to ensure everything is working smoothly with peace of mind. 

You can also explore the button customization settings. The color of the PeachPay button is completely customizable. There are 7 predetermined options as well as a color slider, RGB, HSL, and HEX code fields. There are also options for changing button positioning, width, and more. 

Orders made with PeachPay will seamlessly be added to your WooCommerce order feed and payments will show up in your Stripe dashboard. 

NOTE: PeachPay will be integrating with other payment providers, including PayPal, AuthNet, etc. Thus, if you can’t use Stripe, rest assured you will be able to use PeachPay in the relatively near future!

Checking Out with PeachPay

Checking out with PeachPay is even easier than setting up the plugin. The first time an online shopper selects the “express checkout” button, a streamlined form collects all the information necessary for them to make a purchase.

For every subsequent purchase, on any site using PeachPay, this shopper can simply click the “express checkout” button and then check out with one click. No more time-consuming checkout forms or login credentials to keep track of. 

Ready to get started? Head over to and see what one-click checkout can do for you. 

And if you have any questions, check outPeachPay’s website. You are sure to get your query answered using the FAQ or compatibility page or by reaching out to the PeachPay team. 


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