Stripe Models for Django.


dj-stripe implements all of the Stripe models, for Django. Set up your webhook endpoint and start receiving model updates. You will then have a copy of all the Stripe models available in Django models, as soon as they are updated!

The full documentation is available on Read the Docs.


  • Stripe Core
  • Stripe Billing
  • Stripe Cards (JS v2) and Sources (JS v3)
  • Payment Methods and Payment Intents (SCA support)
  • Support for multiple accounts and API keys
  • Stripe Connect (partial support)
  • Tested with Stripe API 2020-08-27 (see API versions)


  • Django 2.2+
  • Python 3.6+
  • PostgreSQL engine (recommended) 9.5+
  • MySQL engine: MariaDB 10.2+ or MySQL 5.7+ (Django 3.2.5+ required for MySQL 8 support)
  • SQLite: Not recommended in production. Version 3.26+ required.


Install dj-stripe with pip:

pip install dj-stripe

Or with Poetry (recommended):

poetry add dj-stripe

Add djstripe to your INSTALLED_APPS:


Add to

path("stripe/", include("djstripe.urls", namespace="djstripe")),

Tell Stripe about the webhook (Stripe webhook docs can be found here) using the full URL of your endpoint from the step above (e.g.

Add your Stripe keys and other settings:

STRIPE_LIVE_SECRET_KEY = os.environ.get("STRIPE_LIVE_SECRET_KEY", "<live secret key>")
STRIPE_TEST_SECRET_KEY = os.environ.get("STRIPE_TEST_SECRET_KEY", "<test secret key>")
STRIPE_LIVE_MODE = False  # Change to True in production
DJSTRIPE_WEBHOOK_SECRET = "whsec_xxx"  # Get it from the section in the Stripe dashboard where you added the webhook endpoint
DJSTRIPE_USE_NATIVE_JSONFIELD = True  # We recommend setting to True for new installations
DJSTRIPE_FOREIGN_KEY_TO_FIELD = "id"  # Set to `"id"` for all new 2.4+ installations

Add some payment plans via the dashboard.

Run the commands:

python migrate

python djstripe_sync_models

See for notes about usage of the Stripe Elements frontend JS library.

Running the Tests

Assuming the tests are run against PostgreSQL:

createdb djstripe


See release notes on Read the Docs.

Funding this project

Stripe Logo

You can now become a sponsor to dj-stripe with GitHub Sponsors.

We've been bringing dj-stripe to the world for over 7 years and are excited to be able to start dedicating some real resources to the project.

Your sponsorship helps us keep a team of maintainers actively working to improve dj-stripe and ensure it stays up-to-date with the latest Stripe changes. If you're using dj-stripe in a commercial capacity and have the ability to start a sponsorship, we'd greatly appreciate the contribution.

All contributions through GitHub sponsors flow into our Open Collective, which holds our funds and keeps an open ledger on how donations are spent.

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