Prefill Amount Fields in Payment Button

Configure to prefill the amount fields of the Payment Button.


You can prefill the amount fields present in your Payment Button. This provides a better user experience for your customers.

Prefill Quantity of an Item

Prefill Item Quantity🔗

You can set a particular item quantity for a product.

Watch this video to see how to add Prefilled Item Quantity.

Example🔗

Let us assume you want to sell iPhone 12 max smartphone cases for ₹399. You create a Payment Button titled Limited Edition iPhone 12 Phone Case to sell the product. You can ensure that when the customer clicks the Payment Button, the quantity to be purchased appears pre-selected as 1.

Steps🔗

To add prefilled item quantity field:

  1. Log into the Razorpay Dashboard and create a Payment Button titled Limited Edition iPhone 12 Phone Case. Ensure you select the Buy Now button type.

  2. In the Amount Details section, create an amount field called iPhone 12 Max Case using Item with Quantity as the field type.

  3. Configure the Customer Details section as required.

  4. Create the Payment Button.

  5. Copy the embed code to add the Payment Button.
    Here is a sample embed code:

    Copy<form><script src="https://checkout.razorpay.com/v1/payment-button.js" data-payment_button_id="pl_GE9RTzFzrOTdSj"></script> </form>
  6. When you embed the button code on your website, add the following parameter:

    Copydata-prefill.amount.iphone_12_max_case="1"

    The parameter structure is explained below:

    Field Name

    Amount Field Label

    Value

    data-prefill.amount

    .iphone_12_max_case

    1

    Handy Tips

    • Ensure that the field-level validations are in place. If you enter a character in the amount field, say 1oo or Hundred, the field will not get populated.
    • If the amount field label consists of two words, add an underscore as a separator of two words. For example, the two words in the iPhone 12 Max Case field should be separated by an underscore. That is, iphone_12_max_case.
    • If the item is out of stock or has less quantity available, though the field will appear prefilled, the customer will not be able to purchase the product.

    The updated embed code looks like this:

    Copy<form><script src="https://checkout.razorpay.com/v1/payment-button.js" data-payment_button_id="pl_GE9RTzFzrOTdSj" data-prefill.amount.iphone_12_max_case="1"> </script> </form>

    This ensures that the iPhone 12 Max Case item quantity will always appear prefilled as 1.

  7. Click the button below to open the Embed Code testing tool and test the code.

    The following screenshot shows the preselected quantity:

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Pre-select Fixed Amount Field🔗

You can add a fixed amount field which gets added during checkout when the user selects a product.

Watch this video to see how to add a Fixed Amount Field.

Example🔗

Let us continue with the iPhone Case example. Assume you also provide gift wrapping services at a fixed cost of ₹30. You want to ensure that this field appears pre-selected during Checkout.

Steps🔗

To pre-select Fixed Amount field:

  1. Log into the Razorpay Dashboard and create a Payment Button titled Limited Edition iPhone 12 Phone Case. Ensure you select the Buy Now button type.

  2. In the Amount Details section, create an amount field called Gift Wrap using Fixed Amount as the field type. This should be an optional field.

  3. Configure the Customer Details section as required.

  4. Update the Payment Button.

  5. Copy the embed code.
    Here is a sample embed code:

    Copy<form><script src="https://checkout.razorpay.com/v1/payment-button.js" data-payment_button_id="pl_GE9RTzFzrOTdSj"> </script> </form>
  6. When you embed the button code on your website, add the following parameter:

    Copydata-prefill.amount.gift_wrap="1"

    The parameter structure is explained below:

    Field Name

    Amount Field Label

    Value

    data-prefill.amount

    .gift_wrap

    1

    Handy Tips

    • Ensure that the field-level validations are in place. If you enter a character in the amount field, say 1oo or Hundred, the field will not get populated.
    • If the amount field label consists of two words, add an underscore as a separator of two words. For example, the two words in the Gift Wrap field should be separated by an underscore. That is, gift_wrap.
    • Ensure that the field is marked optional.
    • If the item is out of stock or has less quantity available, though the field will appear prefilled, the customer will not be able to purchase the product.

    The updated embed code looks like this:

    Copy<form><script src="https://checkout.razorpay.com/v1/payment-button.js" data-payment_button_id="pl_GE9RTzFzrOTdSj" data-prefill.amount.gift_wrap="1"> </script> </form>

    This ensures that the Gift Wrap amount field will appear pre-selected when customer opens Checkout.

  7. Click the button below to open the Embed Code testing tool and test the code.

    The following screenshot shows the preselected fixed amount field:

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Prefill Customer Decides Amount Field🔗

You can add a field with a pre-filled amount value which the customer can also edit.

Watch this video to see how to add a Prefilled amount value which the customer can edit.

Example🔗

Suppose you are the director of an NGO that is raising funds for flood relief. Apart from the relief packages such as sanitation kits (worth ₹750) and dry ration kits (worth ₹1000), you are adding a field to collect cash.

You want to prefill the Cash field for donors. And, you want to show ₹500 as a suggested donation amount. Donors can donate this amount, ₹500, or change the amount and then pay.

Steps🔗

  1. Log into the Razorpay Dashboard and create a Payment Button titled Contribute to Assam Flood Relief. Select the Donations button type.

  2. In the Donation Amount section, create an amount field called Cash.

  3. Configure the Customer Details section as required.

  4. Publish the Payment Button.

  5. Copy the embed code.

    Here is a sample embed code:

    Copy<form><script src="https://checkout.razorpay.com/v1/payment-button.js" data-payment_button_id="pl_GENk7eNBLg6ukw"> </script> </form>
  6. When you embed the button code on your website, add the following parameter:

    Copydata-prefill.amount.cash="500"

    The parameter structure is explained below:

    Field Name

    Amount Field Label

    Value

    data-prefill.amount

    .cash

    500

    Handy Tips

    • Ensure that the field-level validations are in place. If you enter a character in the amount field, say 1oo or Hundred, the field will not get populated.
    • If you are using a custom field name for amount, ensure that the field name is entered in lowercase and is separated by an underscore. For example, if the amount field name is Cash Funds, enter the suffix as cash_funds.
    • Pre-population of the amount field is subject to the Minimum and Maximum Input Price set for the amount field. For example, if the Maximum Input Price has been set as ₹1000, the Cash field cannot be prefilled with a value higher than ₹1000.

    The updated embed code looks like this:

    Copy<form><script src="https://checkout.razorpay.com/v1/payment-button.js" data-payment_button_id="pl_GENk7eNBLg6ukw" data-prefill.amount.cash="500"> </script> </form>

    This ensures that the Cash amount field will appear prefilled with an amount of ₹500 when the customer opens Checkout.

  7. Click the button below to open the Embed Code testing tool and test the code.

    The following screenshot shows the prefilled editable amount field:

    Prefill
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