If you're wanting to collect payment from clients through Schedulicity, we have a couple of different options for you! This article will break down each of the different options so choose what will work best for your business. 🙌

Schedulicity Pay

Schedulicity Pay is our own in-house payment processor. Processing credit card payments through Schedulicity Pay is fully included in our Unlimited Bookings feature, and also has the lowest rates of the three options:

  • 1.99% + 10¢ for card present transactions
  • 2.85% + 25¢ for eCommerce or keyed in transactions

In order to start processing with Schedulicity Pay you'll simply need the Unlimited Bookings feature turned on, and then you can walk through our quick and easy application! You'll be able to choose whether you'd like a mobile or counter-top device (which we're offering for free 🤩) and we'll get you up and processing in no time!

*Available in the US only

Third Party Integrations

If you're one of our neighbors to the north (Canada, eh?) or you'd like to continue using an existing Square or Stripe account, our Payment Plugin add-on allows you to integrate your Schedulicity account with either a Square or Stripe account to process payments. That feature is $5/month for solo provider accounts, and $10/month for multi-provider accounts.

Square Processing Fees

Square has a few different rates, so here's the breakdown:

  • 2.6% + 10¢ for card present transactions
  • 2.9% + 30¢ for eCommerce or keyed in transactions via web
  • 3.5% + 15¢ for eCommerce or keyed in transaction via mobile

Square also has a handful of different devices for swiping cards. You'll want to keep in mind that our integration with Square is only built to be used with card readers that operate through the Square POS app on mobile devices. 👍

Stripe Processing Fees

Stripe has a flat rate of 2.9% + 30¢ per transaction—easy peasy!

Check out our great blog for a payment processing comparison chart to make sure you're connecting with the best payment processor for you and your business. 

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