No payment + Click & Collect with Webflow E-Commerce?

Hi everyone :raising_hand_man:t2:

I’m trying to create a website for a client that allows you to place orders online but without paying + collect the product in click and collect. Kind of a reservation system.

The idea is as follows:

  1. Customers have access to a tablet in the store and can see a product catalog on the webflow site (so far so good).

  2. They like a product, they add it to the cart. They enter their email address, phone number, etc… (so far so good).

  3. The delivery method is: “Click and Collect” (so far so good).

Then it gets complicated:

  1. They validate their order without paying (payment at the pickup).
    4.1. An email is sent to them with a summary of the order (including the price of the product). The administrator also receives an email informing him about the order.
    4.2. The client receives an email when the product is available in store, goes to the store and pays on the spots.

I did not test live because it requires paying an E-Commerce Hosting… but I read that you can remove the payment part by putting 0 in price.
→ However I imagine that it appears on the order confirmation email?
→ Does the payment module not appear?

Do you have/use alternatives? Ideally, I’d like to stay on webflow which I love, in order to avoid meandering on CMS

  • I already used Snipcart for another client (but I don’t like to ask my client to use 2 different platforms to manage their inventory AND their orders)
  • I was thinking maybe of an alternative Webflow > Form on clic > Airtable > Zapier > Mailjet… But it sounds heavy and I’m not even sure how to get the product name into the Airtable form

Anyway, any advice is welcome :pray:t2:
Many thanks & BR,


Hi @Clement_MURZEAU.
Josh with Foxy here. May be tough to do what you’re after with Webflow Ecommerce, but should be possible with our seamless Webflow integration: Webflow |

Manage products with Webflow CMS and allow customers to checkout without paying. Send a quote receipt to both the customer and store admins. You can take things further with by automatically sending customer and order info to Airtable (for example) with Zapier or Integromat.

Mark an order/item as in stock in Airtable and trigger an Airtable email automation to notify the customer. Lots of possibilities.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or need help getting started: