Easily collect email signups using MailChimp in your React projects.

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import reactMailchimpEmailSignupForm from '';



Easily collect email signups using MailChimp in your React projects.

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Package Manager

# npm
npm i react-mailchimp-email-signup-form

# yarn
yarn add react-mailchimp-email-signup-form



// css import for when you want to import the component css into your css file/files
@import '/path/to/node_modules/react-mailchimp-email-signup-form/dist/esm/index.css';
// javascript import for when you're importing the css directly in your javascript
import 'react-mailchimp-email-signup-form/dist/esm/index.css';


import React from 'react';
import { ReactMailchimpEmailSignupForm } from 'react-mailchimp-email-signup-form';

// Here's a usage example when using functional components
export const SignupForm = () => (
    title="Subscribe to the Newsletter"
    subtitle="We take privacy seriously and we'll never spam or sell your information."


This is just a really simple component that let's you use MailChimp's awesome email signup form but with a little bit more of a modern style. Normally for a component this simple I wouldn't really think to share it, but it ends up being really nice to use in things like Gatsby sites where you really don't want to bring a backend anywhere near your site. It's super easy to use - just follow the steps below to generate the url prop you need to pass to the component.

Go to your MailChimp admin. Click on Create, the Signup Form. Now, choose your audience, and stay on the Embedded form option and click Begin.

On the next screen, you'll see some demos for some embedded forms MailChip is offering. We don't want those - but we do want to url they bring. Go into the form and grab the url from the <form></form> action attribute. For me, this looks something like the following:

This may look different in your case. Make sure you replace &amp; with an actual & if it gets copied like that.

That's it! Just add an elementId, title, and an optional subtitle and you're off.

You can see this form in action on my blog.


I looked into using the MailChimp API option, but that is not going to work from a purely static-type of site. So, while this does have your users leave the page, it ends up being a great option because you really don't have to do anything with any backend at all. Just make sure you have the proper site settings set up so it redirects users back to your blog or whatever. You do this on MailChimp's side.


prop type required default possible values description
elementId String Yes A unique string form your element.
url String Yes The particular form post url from your MailChimp page.
title String Yes A title for your signup form.
subtitle String No A subtitle for your signup form.

SCSS Structure

.subscribe-container {
  form {

  &__title {

  &__subtitle {

  &__email {

  &__submit {
    &:hover {


# Install dependencies

# Serve with hot reloading and Storybook
yarn storybook:start

# Run the tests
yarn test:unit

# Build everything and run tests
yarn build


Go ahead and fork the project! Submit an issue if needed. Have fun!

Thank You

Thank you to MailChimp.