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Around a month ago, we enriched all 'organic' and 'paid' items in SERP Advanced API with the field "price" that shows if a given search result has the price snippet:

​In the API response, you will find the following object for both 'organic' and 'paid' items:

        "price": {
          "current": 22.25,
          "regular": null,
          "max_value": 979.99,
          "currency": "USD",
          "is_price_range": true,
          "displayed_price": "$22.25 to $979.99"
        }

This update is already in production, and you welcome to integrate this data.

On top of that, starting now, the price field will be returned as an object for the following elements in the response:

app_element
commercial_units_element
hotels_pack_element
knowledge_graph_shopping_element
stocks_box
mention_carousel_element
popular_products_element
shopping_element

Its structure will be identical to the structure of the "price" object specified above.

Note that you don't need to apply any changes if you don't extract the prices from the SERP. However, if you currently collect this data and process the "price" field in the response, you do need to apply some changes in your script.

Contact our support team if you have any questions.