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Easily inject checkout.js as a react component. Will load the script on demand and supports all the options from stripe docs.




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React Stripe Checkout Component

Stripe's Checkout makes it almost too easy to take people's money. This should make it even easier if you're building a react application.


Get started by installing with npm

npm install react-stripe-checkout

Requires babel for compiling. If anyone is having issues with that, open an issue and I'll do my best to better document the build process.

Changes in version 2.0

There used to be a separate .styl file and respective .css output. These have been removed and are now written directly in js.


token and stripeKey are the only required props, everything else is optional as per the stripe docs. See Checkout Docs. All props go through simple validation and are passed to stripe checkout, they're also documented in StripeCheckout.js.

import React from 'react'
import StripeCheckout from 'react-stripe-checkout';

export default class TakeMoney extends React.Component {
  onToken = (token) => {
    fetch('/save-stripe-token', {
      method: 'POST',
      body: JSON.stringify(token),
    }).then(response => {
      response.json().then(data => {
        alert(`We are in business, ${}`);

  // ...

  render() {
    return (
      // ...

This will give you a default Stripe-style button which looks like this:

stripe checkout button

Send all the props!

  name="Three Comma Co." // the pop-in header title
  description="Big Data Stuff" // the pop-in header subtitle
  image="" // the pop-in header image (default none)
  panelLabel="Give Money" // prepended to the amount in the bottom pay button
  amount={1000000} // cents
  email="[email protected]"
  // Note: Enabling either address option will give the user the ability to
  // fill out both. Addresses are sent as a second parameter in the token callback.
  // Note: enabling both zipCode checks and billing or shipping address will
  // cause zipCheck to be pulled from billing address (set to shipping if none provided).
  alipay // accept Alipay (default false)
  bitcoin // accept Bitcoins (default false)
  allowRememberMe // "Remember Me" option (default true)
  token={this.onToken} // submit callback
  opened={this.onOpened} // called when the checkout popin is opened (no IE6/7)
  closed={this.onClosed} // called when the checkout popin is closed (no IE6/7)
  // Note: `reconfigureOnUpdate` should be set to true IFF, for some reason
  // you are using multiple stripe keys
  // Note: you can change the event to `onTouchTap`, `onClick`, `onTouchStart`
  // useful if you're using React-Tap-Event-Plugin
  <button className="btn btn-primary">
    Use your own child component, which gets wrapped in whatever
    component you pass into as "ComponentClass" (defaults to span)

Other info

This was probably terribly written, I'll look at any PR coming my way.



  • @orhan-swe added updates to checkout after instantiation and fixed a loading error
  • @ekalvi added multiple checkout buttons per page
  • @jstaffans adding support for locale
  • @gabestein added billing and shipping options
  • @samcorcos added testing