When a customer buys something from your website, you‘ll get the money by the next business day.
Start accepting payments online in minutes, thanks to a streamlined verification process and seamless integration with your store.
Our payment platform follows strict PCI compliance standards and uses advanced encryption to conceal your business and customers’ info.
Simplify your day-to-day by managing it all in one place.
Keep track of everything — like orders, refunds and deposits — from one integrated dashboard.
We don’t believe in hidden fees.
Pay a low online payment processing fee of 2.9% + 30c per transaction. No long-term contracts, monthly minimums or surprise fees.
Let customers pay the way they want.
Make shopping your site easy and flexible for customers by accepting all major credit and debit cards online.
Create your online store today, get paid tomorrow.
GoDaddy Payments coming soon
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Set up your free store with one of 100+ gorgeous, mobile-friendly templates in our easy-to-use builder. Upgrade to start selling. We currently offer standard payment processors, but we’ll let you know when our new GoDaddy Payments are available in Online Store.
GoDaddy Payments available now
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GoDaddy Payments FAQ
How does online payment processing work?
What is GoDaddy Payments?
Why should I choose GoDaddy Payments?
How do I use GoDaddy Payments on my website?
Start building your online store for free with Websites + Marketing. You can select GoDaddy Payments as your payment processor as part of the store setup. Once the store is setup, you can upgrade to a paid eCommerce plan to start selling and accepting payments on your website.
If you wish to build an online store using WordPress and need a high degree of customization with free WooCommerce premium extensions, you can choose GoDaddy’s Managed WordPress Ecommerce solution and select “GoDaddy Payments” as your credit card processor.
- If you already have a WooCommerce online store you can add the Poynt – a GoDaddy Brand for WooCommerce payments plugin.
How do I integrate GoDaddy Payments with my WooCommerce account?
If you are building a new WooCommerce store, the best way to add GoDaddy Payments is to use our Managed WordPress Ecommerce hosting plan which has a WooCommerce store already enabled and GoDaddy Payments as a built-in payments option.
If you have an existing WooCommerce store, the best way to use GoDaddy as your payments provider is to download and activate the Poynt – a GoDaddy Brand for WooCommerce plugin.
Can I use GoDaddy Payments with my current website outside of GoDaddy?
If you have an existing WooCommerce store hosted by another provider, you can add payments processing by downloading and installing the Poynt – a GoDaddy Brand for WooCommerce from wordpress.org.
What payment methods are supported by GoDaddy Payments?
With GoDaddy Payments, your customers can pay using all major credit & debit cards including Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover.
Will I be charged any fees to use GoDaddy Payments?
There are no setup fees with GoDaddy Payments and no long-term contracts. Just pay a low fee of 2.9% + $0.30 per transaction with no monthly minimums or any kind of hidden fees. Your website hosting fees associated with Websites + Marketing and Managed WordPress Ecommerce are additional.
Can GoDaddy Payments be used by businesses based outside of the US?
Today, GoDaddy Payments is only available to US-based businesses.
How long does it take to get approved with GoDaddy Payments?
Many applications receive instant approval so you can start taking payment immediately. In some cases, we may request additional information where approval can take up to 1 business day.
Does GoDaddy Payments offer additional security like fraud protection?
Today we don't offer additional fraud protection services. We monitor transactions to catch unusual activity and notify the merchant of potential fraud. The merchant is still liable for chargebacks.