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Ask BHW: Adding a Subscription Service (Recurly or Chargify) to a Drupal Site

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by curlytorn, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. curlytorn

    curlytorn Newbie

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    Our new site is subscription based, with multiple plans and trials. We have decided on using a subscription service. I cant seem to find a simple way to integrate these services with our site. I have found 'wrappers' but I still have to do the hard coding from their API. Does anyone have a stronger grasp on Drupal modules? Or integrating these kind of ecommerce features?
     
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    seohamster Newbie

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    I've used chargify, they are a good company but they charge too much ($129 per month which was just upped a few months ago from $90 per month). They have a wide selection of gateway integration as well.
     
  3. curlytorn

    curlytorn Newbie

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    Any idea about integrating with Drupal?
     
  4. curlytorn

    curlytorn Newbie

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    Thanks for the recommendation!
     
  5. Zapdos

    Zapdos Power Member

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    You can probably hire someone to make an integration. Depending on your needs you should expect it to cost anywhere between $150 and $500.
     
  6. kralcx

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