Amazon Ad Server will be sunset in Q4 2024, please visit this page (AAS offboarding information) for offboarding support resources and sunset FAQs. Details shared on that page represent the most up to date information in the Help Center, if you find disparate information in other resources please default to the information in the AAS offboarding information page accordingly.

Please note that on October 1, 2024, the ability to create new campaigns, placements, and tag managers will be disabled.


As a developer, the best way to get started using an API is to try code examples. This article includes a set of code examples, in different languages, that show usage of the basic methods provided for Trafficking and Reporting on Amazon Ad Server (AAS).

Since the API is based on a RESTful approach, developers can implement all available endpoints in any platform or language.

Click here to see a basic flow example (Creative and Trafficking).



  • Code includes specific, dedicated variables for the specific flow (for example, username, password, account id, and campaign id).

  • Code packages are zipped and contain complete implementations and dependencies. You should be able to import these packages into your IDE and run them without any modifications.

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