The first thing you need to do is to contact Six (www.six-payment-services.com) and make an agreement with them to be your payment processor and apply for a Payment Page.
When you have a contract in place with Six you can integrate Six and Bókun.
To integrate Six and Bókun select the
"Cog wheel in top right corner" then you select “Payment Providers” from the side bar:
Select "Connect a provider", to add a new payment provider. If you select "Supported Providers" you will see a list of available options that will take you directly to the payment providers signup page.
Select the right Logo to add your payment option:
The form you get up now, you fill in according to the integration information you have received from Six
Title: the name you want to give the connection E.g. Six payment site
customerId: Six provides this code
terminalId: Six provides this code
nameOfTheConfiguration: Six provides this code
VendorEmail: Six provides this code
showLanguages: check this box to show languages
What next? How to activate my payment option
The next step is to activate the payment provider on your booking channel. Booking channel is what links bookings and payments from your website to Bókun. The reason for why you have to select the payment provider is that you can have more than one contract with payment providers. E.g. you can have one contract with Stripe in EUR for your European market and another one in USD for you american website. In that case you would have to select the EUR contract for you European booking channel.
To add the right payment provider to your booking channel. Select "the menu icon in the top left corner" the select "Booking Channels" from the sidebar:
Select the booking channel you intend to add the payment provider to from your list of channels. You probably just have one channel.
Select from the "Payment Provider" drop down list, the correct payment provider for this Booking channel. Remember to save when you are done. When you save this is set up and you can receive payments online.
Now you are set and ready to accept payments on your website
The last step: Test your payment process
After you add the booking engine to your website, a good rule is to create one booking and pay for it. This is to test both the booking process as it turns to your customer and to double check that your payment option is functioning as it should. Here are information on how you can add a booking engine to your website and test the whole booking process.