PaymentResponse: shippingOption property

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The shippingOption read-only property of the PaymentRequest interface returns the ID attribute of the shipping option selected by the user. This option is only present when the requestShipping option is set to true in the PaymentOptions object passed to the PaymentRequest constructor.


A string.


In the example below, the shippingoptionchange event is called. It calls updateDetails() to toggle the shipping method between "standard" and "express".

// Initialization of PaymentRequest arguments are excerpted for brevity.
const payment = new PaymentRequest(supportedInstruments, details, options);

request.addEventListener("shippingoptionchange", (evt) => {
    new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
      updateDetails(details, request.shippingOption, resolve, reject);

  .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, shippingOption, resolve, reject) {
  let selectedShippingOption;
  let otherShippingOption;
  if (shippingOption === "standard") {
    selectedShippingOption = details.shippingOptions[0];
    otherShippingOption = details.shippingOptions[1]; = "55.00";
  } else if (shippingOption === "express") {
    selectedShippingOption = details.shippingOptions[1];
    otherShippingOption = details.shippingOptions[0]; = "67.00";
  } else {
    reject(`Unknown shipping option '${shippingOption}'`);
  selectedShippingOption.selected = true;
  otherShippingOption.selected = false;
  details.displayItems.splice(2, 1, selectedShippingOption);

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