After your customer accepts the quote, bill them by converting the quote into an invoice or subscription.
You can only create one-off invoices if a quote only has one-time prices.
If a quote has at least one recurring price, you can only convert it to a subscription.
Convert a quote to an invoice
To mark a quote as accepted and create a draft invoice, go to Convert to invoice > Quotes details.
Use the invoice editor to modify the draft invoice as needed.
Email the invoice or automatically charge the customer.
Convert a quote to a subscription
In the quote editor, choose a customer and create or select a product with a recurring price.
Enter the quote details and choose to either Start the subscription immediately or Schedule a subscription start date.
Finalize the quote. This marks the quote as Accepted.
Go to Convert to subscription > Quotes details.
Enter or modify the subscription details, then click Create subscription.
If you schedule the subscription to start immediately, Stripe creates an active subscription along with a draft invoice for the initial payment. Stripe finalizes the draft invoice automatically in one hour. Otherwise, the subscription begins on the scheduled start date. Depending on the subscription’s payment terms, Stripe collects payment by either charging the customer’s payment method on file or sending them an invoice.