Are you looking for the best WooCommerce payment gateways for your online store? Choosing the right WooCommerce payment gateway can be difficult for a beginner user with the number of options available. Come join Christina and Syed as they go over the best WooCommerce payment gateways for your business.

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For our first recommendation, we want to point you toward Stripe. They are the most popular payment gateway to accept credit card payments on your site. They’ve also helped standardize the 3%+30 cents per transaction cost.


The next most popular is PayPal, it’s available in dozens of countries with built-in integrations for WooCommerce. The downside is the default integration requires a PayPal Business account and does not add checkout on your site itself.


Next is, WooComerce PayPal Pro which is a paid extension that allows you to use PayPal without leaving your site. This is a paid service and there are monthly fees for usage. This accepts credit cards and PayPal itself.

WooCommerce PayPal Pro

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Square is a great tool that can connect to your WooCommerce site and can add the ability to track and sync products with your account.

Square is a powerful gateway that can connect to a WooCommerce store using They are normally used as they can help you connect to multiple merchant accounts with custom structures that support recurring payments.

Lastly, WooCommerce Payments helps connect more deeply to different structures but is limited to the United States. This is mainly a white label version of Stripe that requires a account

WooCommerce Payments

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