Apple Pay/payment request to support custom field/pricing extensions on single product page
- Composite Products (works in cart/checkout)
- Smart Coupons (works in cart/checkout)
- Product Bundles (works in cart/checkout)
- Subscriptions (works in cart/checkout)
- Bookings (works in cart/checkout)
- Product Addons (works in cart/checkout)
- Mix n Match (works in cart/checkout)
- Account Funds (works in cart/checkout)
This would be the hardest to handle with WooCommerce Subscriptions, though technically doable but would have to be coded per gateway. It might take a week, but I could code this for Stripe if this is of interest to people. I still have to look at the flexibility of Stripe's Subscription API and some things that are available in WCS might not work with Apple Pay, but if people are interested, let me know. :)
Christopher Simmons commented
Hi, the issue we have is that when using Stripe > Chrome or Apple Pay, and the add-ons Woo plugin, the subtotal not reflected in sale price when payment made; so the 'add on' gets dropped since ajax doesn't update cookie total, only on screen total unless add to cart button clicked. We had to remove the 'pay now' button from product page due to this issue. (Support suggested I vote on issue here.)
Sanjeev Jha commented
As a theme developer with support for wc bookings plugin, I know this will be a huge plus point for our theme and customers.
Steve wild commented
would be really useful !!!
Yes I would also love if Apple Pay & Google Pay would recognize the price change w/ Name Your Price.
Kathy Darling commented
Name Your Price should also be included in this list.
michael scott commented
We currently use Product Addons Extension.
However, when someone checks out using Woocommerce Stripe via Apple Pay the credentials for the order from the Addons extension are missing when the order is completed
(both in the backend & the email).
Given these are both Woocommerce Extensions we would have expected them to work together.