API Subscription Plans

Perfect for large numbers of product lookups or code conversions.


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  • 10,000 API Calls / Day
  • (or $0.00033 per API Call)

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  • 50,000 API Calls / Day
  • (or $0.00027 per API Call)
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  • 250,000 API Calls / Day
  • (or $0.00009 per API Call)
  • Dedicated Support
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Barcode and product information at your fingertips.

Our API can supply valuable product information for your tool or service.

Product Lookup

Quickly lookup products by UPC, EAN, or ASIN codes. Find product titles, images, and other useful information.

Code Conversion

Convert UPC or EAN codes to ASIN and vice versa. Validate your UPC, EAN, or ASIN codes with each request.

Barcodable API Frequently Asked Questions

Email us at support@barcodable.com if you have more questions and we'll do our best to answer.

  • How do I use the Barcodable API?

    Get started by checking out our documention here. Visitors can experiment with our API and begin development without an API key up to a small number of queries per day. If you are not familiar with using APIs, we recommend a quick tutorial to get started.

  • Why do some products not show all the same information?

    Much of our data is bound by special licensing and partner agreements. If there is a product attribute or detail that is not available but you would like to see, please let us know at support@barcodable.com.

  • How many requests can I make per day?

    Guests are allowed a handful of requests per day to try out the API, however service uptime and availability is not guaranteed. Members are allowed a certain number of API calls per day, which resets each night at 0:00 UTC (midnight).

  • Why do I receive a "throttled" error when making requests?

    Guests will see this error when they have used up their free API usage for the day. Members will only see this error if they have gone over their daily limit. Note: It is common to see this error when forgetting to authenticate. See our documentation for details on how to properly authenticate.