Stripe recurring purchase block

To use the Stripe integration, and the recurring payment block, go to your MailerLite dashboard and click on Sites. Either create a website or landing page, or go to your existing ones. Once you have your page ready, click Edit to go into the MailerLite editor.

Select Blocks. Scroll down, and select the Recurring purchase block. Drag and drop the block onto your page, and position it wherever you like. Click on the block, or select the pencil icon to edit it. A new menu will appear on the right, where you can change the block’s settings and content.

Under Content, go to the Stripe section. Here, you can select your product from the dropdown menu. If you can’t see your product, click the Refresh button next to the menu. If you don’t have any products, follow the link to your Stripe dashboard.

In your Stripe dashboard, go to Products and add in your subscription products here. When you add your products, remember that MailerLite can only support the standard pricing option. Include an image and a description of your product, so that it will show up in MailerLite. Also, make sure that the product is recurring, to match the recurring product block.

In your Stripe settings, under Payment methods, you can activate different payment methods that will be on your checkout page. Depending on your country, you will see different payment methods.

Back in the MailerLite page builder, you can decide what happens after purchase. In the Action after successful checkout dropdown options, you can choose to add them to a group, or to create a new group. In Action after cancel, you can choose whether you would like to remove them from that group, after they cancel their subscription. You can also add them to an Interest group.

You can edit the settings and colors of the block under Settings, including the background, the CTA, alignment and content style. Under Content, you can also edit the success message after checkout.

When you’re happy with your website or landing page, click Save and publish. If you have connected your domain name to MailerLite, you can select this from the URL dropdown menu. Otherwise, you can use the domain that MailerLite provides automatically, and write a name. Click Save and continue. You can now copy the URL, open a new tab, paste the URL and see your landing page or website as it would appear to your page visitors. Once you click Checkout, you’ll see the Stripe payment page, with all the payment options that you chose earlier.

For additional tips on setting up your Stripe integration, go ahead and take a look at our Stripe settings video tutorial. You can also check out our knowledge base article on how to sell digital products through MailerLite using Stripe.