PaymentResponse: shippingAddress property

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The shippingAddress read-only property of the PaymentRequest interface returns a PaymentAddress object containing the shipping address provided by the user.


A PaymentAddress object providing details comprising the shipping address provided by the user.


Generally, the user agent will fill the shippingAddress property for you. You can trigger this by setting PaymentOptions.requestShipping to true when calling the PaymentRequest constructor.

In the example below, the cost of shipping varies by geography. When the shippingaddresschange event is fired and caught, updateDetails() is called to update the details of the PaymentRequest, using shippingAddress to set the correct shipping cost.

// Initialization of PaymentRequest arguments are excerpted for brevity.

const payment = new PaymentRequest(supportedInstruments, details, options);

request.addEventListener("shippingaddresschange", (evt) => {
    new Promise((resolve) => {
      updateDetails(details, request.shippingAddress, resolve);

  .then((paymentResponse) => {
    // Processing of paymentResponse excerpted for the same of brevity.
  .catch((err) => {
    console.error("Uh oh, something bad happened", err.message);

function updateDetails(details, shippingAddress, resolve) {
  if ( === "US") {
    const shippingOption = {
      id: "",
      label: "",
      amount: { currency: "USD", value: "0.00" },
      selected: true,
    if (shippingAddress.region === "MO") { = "mo";
      shippingOption.label = "Free shipping in Missouri"; = "55.00";
    } else { = "us";
      shippingOption.label = "Standard shipping in US";
      shippingOption.amount.value = "5.00"; = "60.00";
    details.displayItems.splice(2, 1, shippingOption);
    details.shippingOptions = [shippingOption];
  } else {
    delete details.shippingOptions;

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