Ticketmaster events may use Granular Pricing, which allows clients to set a unique price for each row or seat in a venue. Granular Pricing is presently used by the following sports clients for all of their home games: Detroit Lions, Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings. If you are planning to work with any of these teams during the season, then you will need to make the following changes in your API calls:
The Ticket Inventory and Seat Availability response will not provide a price level ID for an offer. You will only receive the face value, charges, ticket types, currency and offer name. If your application uses the price level ID to ingest inventory data, then you will need to update your application to use the face value instead.
The Top Picks API response will not provide a price level ID for an offer. If your application relies on the price level ID to perform any function, then you will need to update your application to use the face value instead.
The granularPricing T/F flag is provided in the eventDetails object.
The seat_price_low and seat_price_high parameters are only required if you want to reserve seats within a specific price level. You can omit these values if you want to perform a best available seat search across all price levels,