Accept Payments on Square Online
Accepting payments with Square Online is simple. From your Square Online Overview page, you'll see a few different payment processors you can connect to your site.
Accept Payments with Square
Square Online is automatically configured to use Square's payment processor to accept payments during the checkout flow of your site. No additional setup is needed.
Accept Payments with Cash App Pay
With Cash App Pay, Cash App provides a simple way to accept online payments.
Learn more about Cash App Pay for more information on accepting payments with Cash App on your POS, troubleshooting, and more.
Note: The Cash App Pay feature may not be available to you at this time. If you need assistance with Cash App Pay, reach our support team.
Accept Payments with PayPal
Note: Using PayPal requires an upgrade on your Square Online site.
With PayPal's payment processor, you'll have access to a more global customer-base, allowing a wider range of customers to purchase from your website where their cards may not be accepted. To start, you’ll need a PayPal Business account. If you don’t already have one, convert your personal PayPal account to a Business account or sign up for a new PayPal Business account.
Accept Payments with Apple Pay and Google Pay
Apple Pay and Google Pay can help make checking out from Square Online, particularly on mobile devices, very fast.
Note: Be sure to review the terms and conditions before enabling either of these checkout options.
Stop Accepting Payments
You can temporarily suspend accepting payments for orders from Square Online. To turn off online orders and suspend taking payments during checkout:
In your Square Online Overview page, go to Settings > Checkout or Shared Settings > Checkout.
Toggle off Accept online orders.
When this switch is off, items will still be visible on your site but won't be available for purchase. This is helpful when you want to put your online business in vacation mode for any reason so new online orders don't come in while you're away. The toggle also makes it easy to turn things back on once you're ready to get back to business.