Subscriptions are an opt-in feature. To enable subscriptions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Returns a HTML-based dialog that starts a checkout process for a subscription.
A user is expected to pay for a subscription with a payment method they have
registered with LaterPay. After the payment is complete, the user gets access to
article_id represented by this subscription. Subscriptions renew
automatically according to their
period. When a subscription renews, the
user is charged the original price of the subscription and gets access for
https://web.laterpay.net/dialog/subscribe (EU Production)
https://web.uselaterpay.com/dialog/subscribe (US Production)
Available via HTTPS
An unique, service consumer assigned identifier for the current article. This is subsequently used in calls to /access. It can be any string consisting of lowercase or uppercase ASCII characters, digits, underscore and hyphen, the length of which is between 1 and 128 characters.
An unique, service consumer assigned identifier for the current subscription. This is a subscription specific identifier (There can be different different subscriptions for one
article_id). It can be any string consisting of lowercase or uppercase ASCII characters, digits, underscore and hyphen, the length of which is between 1 and 128 characters.
Subscription period in seconds. Minimum value is 3600. Maximum is 31536000.
A list of currencies and prices consisting of [currency code][price*100] tuples. Example:
"EUR100,CHF25000,GBP250". This translates to 1,00EUR, 250.00CHF or 2.50GBP. For single sale checkouts, the price is chosen based on the user’s payment method’s currency. All prices are regarded as including VAT by LaterPay.
The subscription’s title displayed next to the price inside the dialog. This must be descriptive of what the user is buying (for example “International News Weekly Subscription”)
The URL where the user is sent after they successfully paid for this subscription, i.e. probably the original article itself. This is the url associated with purchased article title that users can view on their invoice in user backend i.e. this is a canonical url of the subscription.
return_urlparameter can be used to change where the user is redirected after a successful purchase.
The URL where the user is sent when the purchase fails.
An optional URL where the user is sent when the purchase succeeds if it is provided. Use this to add additional private parameters to the successful purchase request, e.g. a hash of the user’s IP address for verification on your server.