Best way to have a subscription e-commerce page?

I have a client who has a site that has a normal e-commerce page but they also want to have a subscription based page where people can purchase a subscription.

I’ve heard of FoxyCart and Memberstack but which software is best to accomplish this one thing? Basically we just need users to be able to go to the subscription page, purchase a subscription, and manage their subscription through some kind of dashboard.


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Hi @franzruggiero.
Josh with Foxy here. What you’ve described can 100% be handled by Foxy (and more): Webflow | Foxy.io You can even use Foxy to handle your normal ecommerce sales as well. Which means you can downgrade to a CMS plan and save money.

In addition you can benefit from:

  • Sell any type of product (one-time, recurring, donations, etc.) all managed in Webflow, all in one order.
  • Embed a customer portal to allow customers to manage their subscriptions view charge history, and more… all inside of Webflow.
  • Connect to 100+ gateway integrations
  • Discounts and Coupons
  • Gift cards
  • and more!

We’re here to help if you have any questions or need help getting started: hello@foxy.io

Thanks,
Josh

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I’ve personally used Memberstack a lot. Another option to explore is signing up for the Webflow Memberships Beta here: Create a Membership website | Webflow it’ll do most of what you’re asking, though being in Beta there are some limitations.

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Hi Franz!

Outseta is a great fit for what you’ve described: Webflow membership site software | Outseta

All you’ll need to do is drop our sign up embed on you subscriptions page. Here’s a tutorial on how to set that up. Outseta Knowledge Base

If you’re interested in learning more or need some help I’d be happy to jump on a call with you. Cheers!

-Geoff

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Thanks Chris you’ve commented on some of my other things before and I really appreciate all of the info you provide

Question regarding Memberstack:

I see that you can create a dashboard style page in Webflow to display some info for your members - do you know if you can use conditional visibility in conjunction with Memberstack?

For example, say I have user specific info, and I want to have certain sections only be displayed for that user. Is that possible to do with Memberstack? Or does there have to be a standard dashboard template for every single user?

Thanks for the feedback :pray: Always love hearing it :heart_eyes:

You can’t have Memberstack directly control native Webflow conditional visibility, though… you can have Memberstack trigger Make.com Scenarios that alter the Webflow CMS, that then in turn trigger native Webflow conditional visibility.

That’s a bit more challenging, but doable.

The easier approach with Memberstack is to lean on their built-in conditional visibility.

You can apply attributes to elements on your Webflow page that’ll show/hide based on the specific logged in user controlled by Memberstack.