Subscriptions and Recurring Payments – Authorize.net is available now!

This release seems to be the most expected, and today there is a serious reason to rejoice – Subscriptions & Recurring Payments with Authorize.net support is finally released!

Of course, the fact that this popular payment gateway has been implemented in the Subscriptions & Recurring Payments Magento module is extremely notable itself, but you shouldn’t think that it’s the only advantage of the new version. The following features and minor bug fixes make the extension even more flexible and stable than before:

  • Reworked email templating system for alerts
  • Custom order status for subscription activation
  • Access lists support for Periodicity, Subscriptions list and Subscriptions alerts
  • Subscription products can be included in CSV export
  • If no subscription price, 0 is displayed at frontend
  • Attempt to view empty subscribers list crashes Magento
  • Minor bugfixes

Want Subscriptions & Recurring Payments right now? Find it on the extension page!

We are still waiting for the ideas what payment gateways YOU need! Share your requirements with us and they have good chances to be implemented in the nearest future.

By the way, the PayPal payment gateway is on its way and will be available in the next version.

16 Comments

Brian Fritton

about 8 years ago

Great job with this addition guys! To tell you the truth I was a little concerned that this wouldn't be out in time for the launch of our website but AheadWorks came through again. Good job!

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Brad

about 8 years ago

Great job - any timing on the PayPal payment gateway? Also, does this new version support subscriptions of downloadable products? Sincerely, Brad

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Artyom

about 8 years ago

@Brian Fritton Doing our best to satisfy your needs and be on schedule ;) @Brad Yes, PayPal support is coming this week. No support for downloadables yet, sorry. But you can try memberships - the extension already has support for this.

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Joe

about 8 years ago

Well done! Our website is still under development and we need a very important feature to limit the access to some of our categories or products, the most advanced feature would be to limit certain fields or attributes of a product. So during the subscription time, the members have access to our daily updated product's information.

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Artyom

about 8 years ago

The version with PayPal Website Payments Pro support has been released today!

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Sheridan

about 7 years ago

Does anyone know whether this module requires storage of card details in Magento? And therefore whether PCI compliance is required... Thanks.

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Richard G

about 7 years ago

Any plans to add calendar dates to periodicity? E.g., A subscription starts on Feb 1, and ends on March 15?

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Artyom

about 7 years ago

Richard, There are no such plans yet - currently people decide on subscription end by just canceling or not prolonging their subscriptions.

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Artyom

about 7 years ago

@Sheridan No, it doesn't store card details in Magento. It just interfaces to the payments gateways.

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Brian Fritton

about 7 years ago

Hello again, A feature that I think is missing (and most deffinetly needed) is automatic ORDER subscriptions. So instead of having to setup a separate subscription for each product, just go to a order history and click "Automatically reorder this order" or something along those lines. We've got a lot of customers asking for that. Any chance we can see that as a feature soon? Lots of more business-oriented sites could use that. Am I right?

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Artyom

about 7 years ago

Hello Brian, The matter is that subscriptions are based on products - different products can have different subscription options. Also, order can have no subscription products, or a subscription and not subscription in the same order what makes the task not so obvious. What do you think?

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Brian Fritton

about 7 years ago

Hello, I understand the problem with not having the functions available for products for orders. Perhaps you could, when a customer requests that an entire order of simple (non-subscription) products, is reordered on a normal schedule, just create a separate order in the background for each product but as a subscription product and have them linked to the virtual "order" using a unique identifier. Those "hidden subscription products" would all change or be deleted dependant on what the customer did with the over reaching virtual order? I could help to draw up a relation diagram if that helps. It's really something that makes a lot of sense to spend time on. I'm absolutely sure that many store owners would like to offer the automatic reordering schedules for their customers. (Also, look into the pre-existing reordering function and see if that can be tied to a subscription product function)

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Artyom

about 7 years ago

Brian, Thank you for your suggestions, we'll surely consider them when planning the next release.

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Coffee Pods

about 7 years ago

I will be using this thanks

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Nishant

about 2 years ago

will you guys do a product that will allow customers to setup recurring baskets or a bunch of products that they chose, not just recurring individual products?

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Dmitry Shatkov

about 2 years ago

Paypal, the main payment gateway for this extension, doesn't allow you to process multi-product recurring payments. So, the module has the same limitation.

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