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Subscription Automatic expiration

How to set a number of successful payments, which after that the subscription gets expired automatically.

Updated over a week ago

In case you want your subscriptions to stop automatically after a specific number of successful payments, you can add an expiration time to your selling plans.

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What are the common applications?

Installments & Rental programs

Having this option on your subscription plan is vital if you want to offer payment in Installments or Rental programs on your store. Because in these cases, you want to prevent any extra charges for your subscriber and the subscription needs to get paused automatically after the debt is paid, or the renting time is finished.

How can I set an expiration period for my subscriptions?

You can access this option from the Subscription plans> Selling plan > advanced settings > "Subscription Will Expire".

Follow these steps:

1- Go to the Subscription Plans tab.

2- Create a new Subscription plan.

3- Click on the Add/edit Selling plan.

4- Set the frequencies that you want.

5- Enable Automatic expiration.

6- Set the <Subscription ends> field to your preferred period.

For example, if you set the <Subscription ends> option to <After 3 successful payments>, Subify will automatically charge your customer for 3 successful payments and then the subscription will expire automatically.
If one of these three payments is skipped or fails, it does not count as a successful payment.

Please Note:

Editing a subscription plan in any way, won't change your previous subscription contracts and only affect the future subscriptions on your store.

Let your customers know about it, too

Let your customers know about your subscription expiration timeline. You can inform them on your store: explain it in the product description, subscription FAQ, or anywhere on the product page. If you have a subscription landing page, it would be good to put it there, too.

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