You can start collecting payments for your passion directly from your Linktree! Here is the current list of currencies accepted:

Currencies

PayPal

Square

USD (United States Dollar)



GBP (Great Britain Pound)



CAD (Canadian Dollar)



AUD (Australian Dollar)



BRL (Brazilian Real)


CNY (Chinese Renminbi)


CZK (Czech Koruna)


DKK (Danish Krone)


EUR (Euro)


HKD (Hong Kong Dollar)


HUF (Hungarian Forint)


ILS (Israeli New Shekel)


JPY (Japanese Yen)


MYR (Malaysian Ringgit)


TWD (New Taiwan Dollar)


MXN (Mexican Peso)


NZD (New Zealand Dollar)


PHP (Phillippine Peso)


PLN (Polish Zloty)


RUB (Russian Ruble)


SGD (Singapore Dollar)


SEK (Swedish Krona)


CHF (Swiss Franc)


THB (Thai Baht)


NOK (Norwegian Krone)


For more details on supported currencies please review the information provided by our supported payment providers Square and PayPal.

There are plans to add additional currencies to our Commerce Links suite.

Linktree Commerce Links Payment FAQs


What currencies can my visitors pay in?

Visitors to your Linktree profile can use any eligible credit card to pay regardless of the currency. Any currency conversion necessary will occur after the purchase has been made by your payment provider.

What payment options can my visitors pay in?

Visitors are able to make a payment using a debit card. If you connect a PayPal account to your Commerce Link, your visitor will also have the option to make a payment using their PayPal account on your Linktree.

What transaction fees are collected by my payment provider and Linktree?

There will be two separate transaction fees collected. The first will be by your payment provider and the second will be by Linktree - depending on your subscription. You can read more about the transaction fees here.

What if the currency I want is not listed?

We are currently working on offering more currencies as soon as we can. Please check back soon.

If you have any questions, please contact our customer support team by emailing support@linktr.ee.

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