/pricing API endpoint allows you to send a
GET request to retrieve your Amazon Offers query. It provides access to information from the offers listing popup window for a specific product on Amazon.
This allows you to gather comprehensive details about the available pricing options, giving you insights into the diverse offers landscape on Amazon.
API-KEY. Use your
API-KEY for authentication.
If you have a product code such as GTIN, ISBN, UPC, or EAN, you can use the API to automatically convert it into an ASIN. The ASIN uniquely identifies a product on Amazon. By providing the product code to the API, you can retrieve pricing data for that specific product. To learn more about how to use the API to lookup Amazon product details using GTIN, ISBN, UPC, or EAN codes, you can refer to the provided useful information section. It will provide you with the necessary instructions and details on how to perform the lookup.
Note on Lookup ASIN by GTIN, ISBN, UPC, or EAN
ScrapeIN caches the mapping between GTIN and ASIN for a period of 2 months. If you need to perform a new lookup and suspect that the existing mapping is outdated, you can use the
skip_gtin_cache=true requestparameter. However, please be aware that using this parameter will deduct 2 requests from your balance instead of the usual 1 request.
To specify the info about pricing, you have the following options:
- Use the
amazon_domainparameters together. When using the ASIN, always specify the corresponding Amazon domain, ensuring that you are retrieving information from the correct regional version of Amazon.
- To combine the
amazon_domainparameters, you should refer to the codes provided. Make sure to always specify the relevant Amazon domain from the code lookup. This ensures that you retrieve accurate information about a specific product from the appropriate regional version of Amazon, based on the provided code.
- Provide the
urlparameter containing the link to an Amazon product page. If you use the
amazon_domain) parameters will be disregarded.
Results: Click "200" at the bottom of the page in the Responses block to see the JSON structure of a successful response. For more details click here.
If you have any questions about authentication or API usage, please contact our support team at [email protected].