Revolut Gateway for WooCommerce

Description

Revolut WooCommerce plugin lets you accept online card payments via your WooCommerce e-store in an easy and hassle-free fashion. The following guide will help you install and configure the Revolut Gateway for WooCommerce plugin.

To use the plugin you need to have a Revolut Business account and an active Merchant Account.

If you don’t have a Revolut Business account:

  • Sign up for a Business account and when asked the reason for opening the account make sure to select “Receive payments from customers” as one of the reasons
  • Provide a description for your business and indicate a category that most closely defines your activities
  • Provide the domain of your Woocommerce website when asked about website of your business

If you already have a Revolut Business account but your Merchant Account is not active:

  • Go to the Home section in the Revolut Business web portal and select the Merchant tab
  • Click “Get started” and follow the steps to fill in the information of your business
  • When prompted, provide the domain of your WooCommerce website

That’s it! As soon as you install the Revolut Gateway for WooCommerce plugin you will be ready to start accepting payments. If you want to know more about the advantages of accepting payments via Revolut, you can take a look in our website.

FEATURES

  • Accept debit and credit card payments at great rates
  • Accept payments via our new payment method: Revolut Pay
  • Customise the style of the card field in the checkout
  • Customise the payment actions (Authorise only or Authorise and capture)
  • Refund and capture payments directly from your Woocommerce admin section
  • Support for WooCommerce subscriptions
  • Support for manual order creation

QUICK INSTALLATION

Follow these steps to install the plugin directly from your admin section:

  1. Log in to the admin section of your WooCommerce webstore
  2. On the menu, on the left hand side of the page, go to the Plugins section
  3. At the very top of the page, click the Add New button, next to the plugins page title
  4. Locate the Search plugins... field at the top-right of this page and search for Revolut Gateway for WooCommerce. You should see the plugin appear as the top result. (Make sure it says By Revolut)
  5. Click the Install Now button and then click the Activate button once the installation is done
  6. Congrats! You have just activated the Revolut Gateway for WooCommerce plugin. You’ll be automatically redirected to the page with all the plugins you have installed

MANUAL INSTALLATION

Follow these steps to install the plugin manually using the .zip file that can be downloaded from this page:

  1. Log in to the admin section of your WooCommerce webstore
  2. On the menu, on the left hand side of the page, go the Plugins section
  3. At the very top of the page, click the Add New button, next to the plugins page title
  4. Click the Upload Plugin button, next to the Add Plugins page title
  5. Download the plugin file from this page and upload it
  6. Once the installation of the Revolut Gateway for WooCommerce plugin is successfully finished, you can click the Activate Plugin button
  7. Congrats! You have just activated the Revolut Gateway for WooCommerce plugin. You’ll be automatically redirected to the page with all the plugins you have installed

CONFIGURATION

Test in the Sandbox environment

  1. Log in to your WooCommerce dashboard as the admin role.
  2. From the left sidebar menu, click Plugins.
  3. Under WooCommerce Revolut Gateway plugin, click Settings.
  4. Select the Enable Revolut check box.
  5. From the Select Mode drop-down menu, select Sandbox.
  6. In the API Key Sandbox field, add your Sandbox API key. For more information about getting the Sandbox API key, see Test in the Sandbox environment.
  7. In Setup Webhook Sandbox, click Setup to enable webhooks.
  8. Click Save changes to apply the changes.

Now you can start testing payments using our test cards.

Use in the production environment

  1. Return to your WooCommerce dashboard as the admin role.
  2. From the left sidebar menu, click Plugins.
  3. Under WooCommerce Revolut Gateway plugin, click Settings.
  4. Select the Enable Revolut check box.
  5. From the Select Mode drop-down menu, select Sandbox.
  6. In the API Key Live field, add your production API key. For more information about generating the API key, see Get started: 2. Generate the API key.
  7. In Setup Webhook Live, click Setup to enable webhooks.
  8. Click Save changes to apply the changes.

Now you can start accepting real payments in your WooCommerce online store.

Screenshots

  • Searching for the Revolut Gateway for WooCommerce plugin
  • The Revolut Gateway plugin has been added to your WordPress plugins
  • The general Revolut API settings page for the Revolut Gateway for WooCommerce plugin
  • The Credit card payment settings
  • The Revolut Pay Button settings

Reviews

August 13, 2021
I don't put 5 just because the lack of logs in case of transaction failure which makes troubleshooting impossible. when a card is rejected we have no clue why. i would appreciate the sepa debit in complement of CB transactions. Worked straight forward on my side and really happy with it after 1 month beeing in production.
February 9, 2021
This bank has the worst customer support we have ever experienced. We found many problems with this plugin which we reported to Revolut using their business app and in this support forum. They asked us to describe the issues over and over and over again until such time as they tried to pass off the problems as an issue with the WooCommerce plugin! They only admitted there were issues when we found the bugs ourselves and told them how to fix their own plugin! We’ve now closed our account. The final straw was when yet again they tried to push us over to WooCommerce support when they were told countless times how their plugin completely ignores the “Accept Terms & Conditions” checkbox and processes the transaction anyway. DO NOT USE THIS PLUGIN!!! We are just grateful that we realised how awful their offering was before we went live. We are sticking with PayPal. Guess that old adage is true ... you get what you pay for. You have been warned!
May 27, 2020
Merci d'avoir fait cet effort, j'attends l'activation de mon compte marchand sur Revolut et je modifierais ma note en conséquance.
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Contributors & Developers

“Revolut Gateway for WooCommerce” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

2.3.0

  • Optimize checkout validation

2.2.9

  • Fix manual order page stack in loading issue
  • Fix API callback issue
  • Localization files added
  • Information about failed Payment attempts added into the order

2.2.8

  • Update available Revolut order currency list
  • Update documentation link

2.2.7

  • Fix duplicated API order creation

2.2.6

  • Fix missing parameter issue

2.2.5

  • Improve Revolut Widget error reporting

2.2.4

  • Fix payment process error when some checkout address fields are missing

2.2.3

  • Fix checkout validation issue

2.2.2

  • Minor bug fixes

2.2.1

  • Hotfix for version 2.2.0 for sites that did not have the WooCommerce subscriptions plugin

2.2.0

2.1.0

  • Support Multisite WordPress installations
  • Support Card Widget styling
  • Support manual payments
  • Support for multilanguage sites. The text inside of the Card widget will now adapt to the language of the website.

2.0.0

  • Added Revolut Pay

1.2.5

  • Create Woocommerce Order even if transaction failed
  • Adjust create order flow
  • Allow customer to update payment information at checkout
  • Create Woocommerce order before verifying Revolut payment
  • Handle webhook responses for different Woo order statuses
  • Handle webhook received after payment

1.2.4

  • Compatible with Jupiter theme

1.2.3

  • Added support for refunding orders from the WooCommerce Order view
  • Added support to capture orders by changing the status of the order in the WooCommerce order view
  • Added webhook support. You can now setup webhooks from the plugin settings. Orders captured in the Revolut Business web portal will change the status of the WooCommerce order
  • Fixed bug for mySQL versions older than 5.6.5 where “Something went wrong” was displayed instead of the card field
  • Fixed code that was causing PHP notices and warnings to appear in the logs
  • Fixed wording of multiple messages to improve clarity

1.2.1

  • Fixed bug that created failed orders even if payment had been captured
  • Added instructions in the settings page to get started quickly and easily

1.2.0

  • Added support for “Authorize Only” order types
  • Added option to easily switch between “Sandbox” and “Live” environments by keeping the keys saved
  • Improved the Checkout widget visually to be compatible with more themes
  • Fixed bug that created uncaptured transactions if the checkout form was not properly filled out by the user

1.1.5

  • Minor bug fixes

1.0.1

  • Fixing some compatibility issues with certain WooCommerce themes

1.0

  • First stable version of the Revolut Gateway for WooCommerce plugin