Create your first Pricing Page

First, log in to your PriceWell account. You will be taken to dashboard.

Click “create new pricing page”. This will take you to the pricing page wizard.

Select your Pricing Plans

The first step is to select which plans you want to display on your pricing page. Your test mode products will be pulled automatically from your Stripe account. Don’t worry if you don’t have any yet, you can click the Create Products button at the bottom of the page to create new Stripe Products.

Wizard displaying a list of possible pricing plans to choose

Here, I’m going to select the “Startup Plan”.

Wizard displaying a list of possible pricing plans with Startup Plan selected

Click “Payment Flow”.

Choose your Payment Flow

Form for choosing when a customer is charged after clicking a pricing tier

PriceWell offers two different flows for your pricing page.

Charge Immediately

This means customers who click the “Get Started” button will be taken to the checkout immediately and asked for the credit card details and taken to your Success Page.

Use case: charge immediately

You want to display pricing on your landing page and collect payment before sending customers to your registration page.

Charge Later

This means customers will be taken to a page (url) of your choice and you can choose at what point you send them to checkout and add their credit card details.

Use case: charge later

You want to implement a freemium business model where customers create a new account and use your software before choosing to upgrade their account at a later date.

Success and Failure Pages

In order to continue, you need to specify where the customer will go if their payment was successful or failed.

Success Page

This should be a full website url (usually one of the pages on your site) where the customer should go when their payment was successful. When a customer is sent to this page their subscription (or one-off) payment was valid.

Example: https://wwww.mysite.com/payment/success

Failure Page

This should be a full website url (usually one of the pages on your site) where the customer should go when their payment was not successful. When a customer is sent to this page their subscription (or one-off) payment failed or they clicked the “Back” button during checkout.

Example: https://wwww.mysite.com/payment/failure

Button Link (only for Charge Later)

When you choose the Charge Later flow, you need to provide a link where the customer will be taken when they choose one of your pricing tiers (as they will not be taken directly to checkout). This is usually the registration page of your application.

Example: https://wwww.mysite.com/register

Form for choosing when a customer is charged after clicking a pricing tier

Here, I’m going to choose “Charge Immediately” and enter my Success and Failure pages.

Click “Features”.

Adding Features

Form for choosing when a customer is charged after clicking a pricing tier

No pricing page is complete without adding features to your pricing plans. From this screen, you can change the content for each of your plans. Choose the plan from the dropdown.

  • Name
  • Description
  • Features
  • Button text

Form for choosing when a customer is charged after clicking a pricing tier

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