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Rate Limiting and Terms of Service

Rate Limiting

Being a good citizen in the Reverb API ecosystem is important. We ask that all our integrators take precautions to avoid flooding Reverb with too many requests.

If Reverb detects a large volume of requests from a particular application, we may issue a Rate Limit response which will consist of a HTTP status code of 429. More information on the exact response is coming soon.

Applications that have higher rate limit requirements may ask for a rate limit increase. To do so, please make sure you register your application and Contact Support.

Terms of Service

If your integration consumes Reverb data, you are required to link back to the original Reverb listings, price guides, and other content whenever possible. For example, if you are building a website that exposes a Reverb listing with your own styling, there should be a "View on Reverb" link that links back to the listing. Failure to link back to the listing could constitute a violation of these terms of service and may result in the termination of your API access.

Read the full Terms of Service Agreement

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Rate Limiting and Terms of Service

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