Overriding Checkout Prices

It may be useful to override the price of the checkout in order to build custom checkout experiences.

When building custom checkout experiences, such as to provide upgrade pricing, it may be useful to override the checkout price, rather than using a coupon or other method.

You can do this by generating a unique checkout URL using the Custom Checkout API and passing in prices to override the initial checkout price or recurring_prices if you wish to override a subscription’s subsequent recurring payment amount.

The generated checkout link can also be displayed as an overlay with Paddle.js using the override parameter. Please click here for more information on how to do this.

Although it is currently possible to override the checkout price using Paddle.js, we strongly recommend that you use the Custom Checkout API. If you have any questions regarding the Paddle.js price override, please get in touch.

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