It’s time to place a test order in your store. This will allow you to experience what it’s like to make a purchase on your store, and ensure you’re set up to sell successfully.
In order to place a test order, you must select a Shopify plan.
There are three ways to place a test order, you’ll learn more about in the video:
Use Shopify’s Bogus Gateway to simulate a transaction.
Use a real payment provider, and then immediately cancel and refund the order.
If you’re using Shopify Payments, you can place a test order using test mode.
Caution: Don't fulfill any test orders, because you are charged for any shipping labels that you purchase. If you use an app that automatically fulfills orders, then deactivate it before you create test orders.
Help Center | Placing a Test Order.
To simulate a successful transaction if you’re using Shopify Payments,
use the following information when you are asked for credit card details at checkout:
Name on card: Enter at least two words.
Expiry date: Enter any date in the future.
Security code: Enter any three digits.
Card number: Use any of the following numbers:
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