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“I Agree” Checkboxes

Add unlimited customizable “I Agree with the terms and conditions” checkboxes to the WooCommerce checkout page.

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Avoid chargebacks

By communicating your ePrivacy, GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, etc., you can prevent fraudulent requests.

  • Create complex rules to display T&C checkboxes dynamically
  • Apply the checkbox for customers purchasing specific products
  • Activate / Deactivate the checkbox easily from settings
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Attract attention

Create terms checkboxes to ensure your protection and actively engage your customers!

  • A no-code solution designed exclusively for shop owners
  • See when the customer agreed to your terms in the order details
  • Compatible with WooCommerce checkout block and shortcode
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Make your customers aware

Did you know that without an "I Agree" checkbox, your policies and terms may be held unenforceable in a court of law?

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Unlimited checkboxes

Easily add any number of checkboxes with personalized text to your store’s checkout, and warn with a customized error message.

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Unlimited page links

For each additional checkbox you create, optionally link to your terms page within your notice text or pull its content to display.

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Multilingual ready

The plugin includes .po files for translation into any language, plus it’s compatible with WPML and Polylang for easy translation.

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T&C in a pop-up

With your conversion rate in mind, the plugin can set a pop-up (modal) so the customer doesn’t have to leave the checkout.

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Detailed summary

Regardless of whether checkbox status is required, the plugin saves the user interaction summary and attaches it to the order details.

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Easy to install

The plugin installation wizard is minimal and supports any theme - giving you the option to “plug-and-go” or further customize as needed.

Simple Pricing

A plan for all occasions

Whether you’re a shop owner or freelancer, our pricing just makes sense



3x websites, per year


  • Display terms in a modal
  • Smart conditional logic
  • (Non) Skippable checkboxes
  • Unlimited T&C checkboxes
  • Detailed acceptance summary

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Unlimited websites


  • 1 active page link
  • 1 active T&C checkbox
  • Acceptance summary


Backed by a 14-day refund policy

If our plugin doesn’t work as promised, you’re backed by our 14-day refund policy to request your money back. Read about our policy here.

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“The plugin has everything I needed. So simple that I did not have to use any instructions in adding the terms checkbox on my own.”

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Smart logic

Conditional checkboxes

Create complex rules and dynamic conditions flow with “if this, then that” logic

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Display T&C checkboxes based on the products in the cart

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Restrict the checkboxes to the product categories in the cart

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Show the terms checkboxes to the product tags in the cart

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Types of product

Define product type-specific rules, Subscription, Booking, etc

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Shipping classes

Limit checkboxes to products from specific shipping classes

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WooCommerce brands

Integrate with WC Brands plugin to extend conditional logic

Frequently Asked Questions

Let us help answer the most common questions you might have

What is a “Terms and Conditions” checkbox?

An Agree to terms and conditions checkbox protects your business by requiring that customers acknowledge the rules they must abide by when purchasing goods from your store.

Activities that may require such an agreement include:

  • Age limitation for minors
  • Downloading resources
  • Complying with GDPR policy
  • Refund or order cancellation terms
  • Being aware of the delivery timeline
How to add terms and conditions checkbox to WooCommerce checkout?

Creating I Agree with the terms and conditions checkbox takes only a few simple steps, as the Additional Terms plugin will be doing all the heavy lifting for you behind the scenes:

  1. Navigate to WooCommerceSettingsAdditional Terms.
  2. Go to the Terms section, and click on the Add new button.
  3. Select the Active status from the dropdown menu.
  4. Enter a Notice (label) for the input field that appears next to the checkbox.
  5. Click on the Save changes button.

Congratulations! 🎉 Your first additional T&C checkbox has now been set up.

Can I show the terms and conditions checkboxes based on conditions?

Yes. If you need to make complex or interactive checkboxes, conditional logic allows you to show or hide fields based on the various attributions of the products in the shopping cart.

A good strategy to enhance user experience on your WooCommerce checkout flow is to show or hide checkbox fields only when it is appropriate.

Do I need an additional checkbox?

Think about the scenario where you must obtain legal approval before providing your services or selling any goods.

In that case, adding pertinent additional I Agree checkboxes is strongly advised for legal compliance because it is simple to implement, simple for users to interact with, and very clearly communicates that consent is being requested.

How does the extra T&C checkbox function?

If agreeing to your terms is required, customers must tick the checkbox before proceeding with their order. If a customer doesn't tick the checkbox before clicking the Place Order button, an alert with your own customized text will show and prevent them from continuing the checkout.

You can easily decide whether to open a link to your terms page, embed your terms into the order-review table (which behaves similarly to WooCommerce T&C), or display them as a popup overlay.

Is an “I Agree” checkbox legally binding?

Yes, it is! Any T&C checkbox will almost certainly be held as legally binding if ever disputed in a court of law.

For any agreement to be legally binding, it must be shown that both parties were aware of the arrangement and adequately consented or agreed. When a user checks the terms checkbox, this is a strong, overt act showing consent or agreement.

Does this plugin integrate with multilingual stores?

Yes. The plugin is translation-ready and has a special config file to fully support both WPML and Polylang plugins.

Can I still use the plugin when my license expires?

Yes, but you won't get any updates, bug fixes, or support, and we cannot guarantee that the plugin will continue to function when WordPress or WooCommerce releases major updates.

Once license updates expire, you’re welcome to stay on your last supported version of the plugin, at no extra charge.

Can I change the domain associated with the license?

Yes. You can unregister the plugin on one domain and then activate it on another domain with no issues. The license verification server checks against the number of active installs rather than the specific domain names.

A single license key can be used to register the plugin on 3 (three) WordPress instances, and you are free to share your key with other people or co-workers.

Do you offer lifetime licenses?

No. We do not offer any lifetime licenses for our plugins.

Is my license set up for auto-renewal?

No, we do not keep credit card details on file or engage in auto-renewals for purchases made. Your license is perpetual and includes one year’s worth of free updates and support.

Your license is valid for a year from the date you activate it. For example, if you purchase and activate your license on 18th January, 2021, you’ll get regular updates to the plugin up to and including 17th January, 2022.

To receive updates after that date, you’ll need to renew your license.

Additionally, you can extend your license if it hasn’t expired yet. For example, if you purchased in April 2022 and renewed early in January 2023, your license would expire in April 2024, giving you two full years.

Do you offer a free trial?

No. We don’t offer free trials for our plugins. However, we have a few ways you can check the plugin before purchasing:

  • Additional Terms plugin has a free version available on the WordPress.org repository that we recommend you to install and try before deciding to buy the pro version.
  • PRO plugin has extensive documentation outlining all its capabilities and features, which you can learn more about by clicking here.
  • You can rely on our 14-day refund policy if it turns out the plugin isn't functioning properly for you. Click here to read our refund policy.
I’m having check-out issues, what should I do?

All payments are handled through our authorized retailer Paddle.com, and we accept all major credit cards, debit cards, iDEAL, Google Pay, Apple Pay, and PayPal.

If you’re having check-out issues, please try the following:

  • Try again with a clean browser (clear cache before your try again).
  • Attempt to try again from a different browser (Firefox instead of Google Chrome, etc).
  • Try the order from a different computer altogether.
  • Selecting a different payment method is another alternate solution.

If you’re still experiencing any check-out issues, please reach out to our support team for help.

Did we miss something?

Feel free to drop us a line with any further questions. One of our support team will get back to you ASAP.

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