The GetLowestOfferListingsForSKU operation returns the lowest
price offer listings for a specific product by item condition. The listings for
the specified product and ItemCondition are placed in offer
listing groups, each group representing a different combination of the following
- ItemCondition (New, Used,
Collectible, Refurbished, or
- ItemSubcondition (New, Mint,
Very Good, Good,
Acceptable, Poor, Club,
OEM, Warranty, Refurbished
Warranty, Refurbished, Open Box,
- FulfillmentChannel (Amazon or
- ShipsDomestically (True,
False, or Unknown) – Indicates
whether the marketplace specified in the request and the location that the
item ships from are in the same country.
- ShippingTime (0-2 days, 3-7
days, 8-13 days, or 14 or more
days) – Indicates the maximum time within which the item will
likely be shipped once an order has been placed
70-79%, Less than 70%, or
Just launched ) – Indicates the percentage of
feedback ratings that were positive over the past 12 months.
Some (but not necessarily all) of the active offer listings for the specified
product and ItemCondition, initially sorted by the lowest
landed price, are placed into their corresponding offer listing groups, and the
listing with the lowest landed price from each group is returned. If multiple
sellers have listings that share the lowest landed price for a group, the
listing from the seller with the highest feedback count is returned. Groups
without any listings are not returned.
This operation returns the AllOfferListingsConsidered
response element, which indicates whether or not all of the active offer
listings for the specified product and ItemCondition were
considered when the listings were placed into their corresponding offer listing
groups. Note that even if not all the listings were considered, you can still
expect the following:
- The lowest landed prices that are returned will be the lowest landed prices
from their respective offer listing groups.
- The lowest landed prices that are returned will be lower than the landed
prices for any listings that were not considered.
Note: When you submit the GetLowestOfferListingsForSKU operation,
your own offer listings are included in the response unless you use the
ExcludeMe request parameter with a value of
Instead of calling the GetLowestOfferListingsForSKU
operation to obtain the lowest price offer listings for a specific product by
item condition, consider calling the GetLowestPricedOffersForSKU
You can also subscribe to
the AnyOfferChanged notification by using
the Subscriptions API service. When you subscribe to
this notification, you will be notified whenever there is a price change or
offer listing change for any of the top 20 offers, by condition (new or
used), for an item that you sell.
This operation is available in all marketplaces.
|Maximum request quota
||Hourly request quota
||10 items every second
||36000 requests per hour
This quota and restore rate is shared with GetLowestOfferListingsForASIN
. Operations in the Products API section that send lists of items as input
parameters have restore rates that are measured by item. For information on per-item
throttling, see Throttling in the Products API. For definitions of throttling
terminology and for a complete explanation of throttling, see Throttling: Limits to how often you can submit requests in the Amazon MWS Developer Guide.