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How do I access a subscription plan's planData? Maybe as an object? I'm using Commerce 2 with the Stripe gateway.

For example:

{% set plans = craft.commerce.getPlans().getAllPlans() %}
{% for plan in plans %}
    {{ dump(plan.planData) }}
{% endfor %}

planData looks like JSON stored as a string. How do I access its data (amount, trial_period_days etc.) on the front end?

Does this need to be handled by a custom plugin? Seems like something that should be available out of the box. Hopefully I just over looked it.

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A subscription's planData is currently only stored as JSON. You can use that JSON in your template but you'll need to decode it first. Marion Newlevant’s Twig Perversion plugin adds a json_decode filter among other helpful capabilities to Twig.

With that plugin installed, set planData to a variable with the json_decode filter applied to it then you can access attributes of planData as you normally would in Twig.

{% set plans = craft.commerce.getPlans().getAllPlans() %}
{% for plan in plans %}
    {% set planData = plan.planData|json_decode %}
    {{ planData.plan.amount }}
    {# Stripe stores the amount as cents, so formatting for dollars or euros might look like this #}
    {{ (planData.plan.amount / 100)|currency }}
    {# Trial period  #}
    {{ planData.plan.trial_period_days }}
{% endfor %}
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  • Doesn't look like |json_decode is a native Twig filter. Looks like this plugin adds it though (not sure if it supports Craft 3). github.com/diit/Json-Decode-Twig I was hoping there was native support. Oct 27 '18 at 19:27
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    @SimonKuran — You are correct. I thought it was native in Craft 3, but I have Marion Newlevant’s Twig Perversion plugin installed which adds a json_decode filter and other helpful capabilities to Twig. Updated my answer with this info. Oct 27 '18 at 22:33
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    I believe that json_decode filter is now native (at least as of Craft 3.1.30)
    – SoHo
    Jun 17 '19 at 20:37

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