Here's everything you will need to integrate our payment solution using the Direct integration option. If you have any question, don't hesitate to get in touch. We're here to help 24/7.
Step 1 – Integrate Sage Pay with your ecommerce site
Direct integration protocol
Single-click purchases (optional)
Give shoppers the option to store their card details (as a token) on our payment system so that they don't have to re-enter them during their next purchase. Ideal for businesses that have a lot of repeat customers. See pricing
Token System Integration and Protocol Guidelines
Download our official logos and graphics
Download the Sage Pay logo and payment type graphics for your checkout pages. Including logos at the bottom of checkout pages will give your website more credibility.
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Customised reporting & admin API (optional)
This API allows your back-office systems to interact with our payment gateway iinstead of using our own reporting & admin portal called MySagePay.
Customised reporting & admin API
Step 2 – Test your integration
Upon completion of the integration, you will need to test it by attempting to process a transaction and refund through our test server. An online guide is available to walk you through each step of the process.
Testing your integration
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Step 3 – You're all set
Once you've processed a successful test transaction and refund, a trigger will be generated automatically to notify us that the account should now be switched from test to LIVE. Shortly after, the vendor will receive an email confirming that the account has been switched.
If the merchant account(s) on the account were already verified by Sage Pay, the vendor will be able to process LIVE transactions immediately.
Otherwise, feel free to get in touch with our 24/7 customer support team to check the status of an account.