PayPal Subscriptions in ASP.NET Core MVC & C#

PayPal Subscriptions in ASP.NET Core MVC & C#

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Receive Subscriptions/Recurring payments from PayPal and credit/debit cards.

Use PayPal Subscriptions in ASP.NET with integrating and customizing this application to your ASP.NET Web Application.

Elements are completely customizable. You can style Elements to match the look and feel of your site, providing a seamless subscription experience for your customers.

  • Create plans that charge users a fixed amount at regular intervals.
  • Offer your subscribers free or discounted trials to get more subscription signups.
  • Accept currencies for over 250 countries.
The application uses: PayPal Catalog Products API and PayPal Subscriptions API

Target Framework: .NET Core – ASP.NET Core 3.1 – Language: c# – Full source code is included.

How a Subscriptions integration works?

  • Create a one-time subscription product and the plan(s) to offer to your consumers.
  • Present the PayPal button to create a subscription using either the Subscriptions API or the PayPal JavaScript SDK.
  • The button launches the PayPal Subscription experience.
  • The buyer agrees and subscribes.
  • The button calls PayPal Subscription API to create a subscription.
  • You show subscription confirmation to the buyer.
  • Buyer clicks PayPal Subscribe.
  • Buyer logs in to PayPal.
  • Buyer agrees to the subscription terms and subscribes.
  • Buyer is redirected to the merchant page.
  • Buyer clicks Debit or Credit Card.
  • Buyer enters card details, agrees to the subscription terms and subscribes either as a guest or by creating a PayPal account.
  • Buyer is redirected to the merchant page.

Deploy PayPal while keeping your core product team focused.

Techtolia brings experience working with PayPal’s Payments as well as expertise in Product Development, DevOps, and User Experience to quickly deploy PayPal integrations at scale.

As a partner, we can increase velocity while keeping your core team focused on your product. Partnering with an outside team means that your core product team can prioritize features tied to customer value or competitive differentiation.

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