Quick Pay Button

Create a Quick Pay Button and accept a fixed amount as payment.

You can create a Quick Pay Button using the Razorpay Dashboard and embed it on your website to accept payments from customers. This is useful in cases where you want to accept a fixed amount as payment.


Suppose you are a digital marketing expert who wants to conduct a paid 2-hours online session. You can embed the Quick Pay button on your blog site to charge for the session. Assume you will be charging ₹499 per attendee.

  • for a Razorpay account.
  • Log in to the and complete the KYC requirements.
  • Razorpay Dashboard has . Payment Buttons created in the test mode do not appear in the live environment. You must create a new Payment Button in live mode.

Watch this video to see how to create a Quick Pay button.

  1. Log in to the .
  2. Go to the PAYMENT PRODUCTS section and click Payment Button.
    Dashboard - Payment Buttons
  3. Click + Create Payment Button.
  4. On the Button Creation Wizard, select the Quick Pay button.
    Payment Button types
  5. Click Use this template.

Configure these sections to create the Payment Button:

On the Button Details pop-up page, enter the relevant information:

  1. Title: Provide a name for the button. This name is for your internal reference and appears on the Razorpay Dashboard. It will not be visible to your customers. For example, Digital Marketing for Generation Z.
  2. Button Type: If you want to change the button type, click the drop-down list and select one of the types. If the button type is switched mid-way, any information entered during creation will not be saved.
  3. Amount: Enter the amount to be paid by the customer.
  4. Button Label: The text on the button to be displayed to customers. Please enter alphanumeric characters only. The maximum character limit is 20. For example, your button label can be Book My Seat.
  5. Button Theme: You can choose between the following themes:
    • Razorpay Dark
    • Razorpay Light
    • Razorpay Outline
    • Brand Color (This is the color configured by you on the Razorpay Dashboard)
  6. Click Next.
Payment Button Details

In the Customer Details section, configure the information that must be entered by the attendee while making the payment. By default, Email and Phone must be entered. However, you can edit the labels of these fields.

Payment Button - Customer Details

If you want to collect more details from the customer, you can add custom fields.

To add custom fields:

  1. Click + Add Another Input Field. From the drop-down list that appears, select the relevant field type. For example, if you want the customer to enter their name, select Single Line Text.
  2. On the pop-up page:
    1. Enter the label for the custom field. For example, Name.
    2. If required, add a description for the field.
    3. Select Optional Item.
      Customer Details - Field Type
    4. Click Save.
  3. To proceed, click Save, and then Next.
Customer Details entered

The data entered by the customers will be available in the Transaction Details report.

Review the details entered in the previous sections. You can click Back to navigate to the Button Details and Customer Details section to make changes.

Click Create Button.

Payment Button - Review and Create

After completing the steps, the button code appears. Copy this code and add it in your webpage.

Payment Button created successfully

The embed code generated on the Dashboard must be embedded in your website. After this is done, the Buy Now button appears on your website.

Customers can click this button to:

  1. Open Razorpay Checkout.
  2. Select the products.
  3. Add their name and address.
  4. Complete the payment.

You can embed this code on any webpage, be it a custom HTML site or one built on platforms such as WordPress, Wix or Google Sites.

Let us embed the Buy Now button on an HTML page.

  1. Create a blank HTML file on your system.
  2. Paste the embed code onto the page.
  3. Save this HTML page and open it on the browser.

Your button is now been embedded in your website.

Embed Payment Button Code GIF

Follow these steps to make a test payment using a payment button:

  1. Select the payment button you wish to test from the dashboard and click Get Code.
  2. Click Copy Code to copy the code to your clipboard.
    Payment Button Code Selection
  3. Test the Payment Button by adding the code to the .
  4. Paste the code in the text box and click Run Code.
  5. Click on the Payment Button that appears in the preview section.
    Payment Button Test Preview
  6. Enter the required details and click PROCEED TO PAY.
  7. Select the payment method of your choice to proceed with the payment.
    • For Cards: You can use these .
    • For UPI: You can use these .
    • For Netbanking: You can select any bank for your test payment. Select Success or Failure, depending on which flow you wish to test.
      Test Payment Success or Failure Flow
  8. You should see a confirmation message depending on the flow you have selected.
    Payment Success

Let us make a test transaction to check how you as a visitor can interact with the button on your blog.

  1. Click the Pay Now button.
  2. Enter name and phone number and fill in the details in the other fields and click Next.
  3. Select a payment method. For example, netbanking, and complete the payment.
  4. The payment success page is displayed and you receive a confirmation email.

After the customer has successfully completed the payment, you can:

  1. Send them a payment receipt
  2. Show them a custom message
  3. Redirect them to another page

You can ensure that your customers receive payment receipts via email once they complete the payment. Know how to


If you are an NGO, you can


You can show a custom message to your customers once they complete a payment.

To show custom messages:

  1. On the Button Created Successfully pop-up page, click Configure against Redirect URL and Custom Message.
  2. On the pop-up page, enable Show a custom message.
  3. Add the custom message in the field.
  4. Click Save.
Button Settings custom message

You can redirect your customers to another page after they complete a payment.

To redirect your customers:

  1. On the Button Created Successfully pop-up page, click Configure against Redirect URL and Custom Message.
  2. On the pop-up page, enable Redirect URL.
  3. Add the redirect URL in the field.
  4. Click Save.
Button Settings redirect URL

You can view the payments as and when they are made in the

of the page.

You can also export the report data into a CSV file.

To export report data:

  1. Log in to the and navigate to Payment Button.
  2. Select the relevant Payment Button. The Transactions Details View appears.
  3. Click Export All (CSV) button.

A .csv file is downloaded, where you can find a monthly report of all the payments made using your button.

You will receive the payments in your bank account as per the settlement cycle agreed upon at the time of Razorpay account setup. Usually, this is T+2 days. In case of international payments, the settlement cycle is T+7 days.

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