Locale: Uk flag. v192206992 United Kingdom

What is a Browse Node? Where can I get a complete list of Browse Node values?

Browse Node: Amazon.co.uk uses a hierarchy of nodes to organize its items for sale. Each node represents a collection of items for sale, such as Harry Potter books, not the items themselves. Browse node IDs are positive integers that uniquely identify product collections, for example, Literature & Fiction: (17), Medicine: (13996), Mystery & Thrillers: (18), Nonfiction: (53), Outdoors & Nature: (290060). Amazon.co.uk uses over 120,000 browse node IDs in the US locale alone. Learn More

For a comprehensive list of all top-level Browse Node values, click here.

You can programmatically traverse the browse tree using the BrowseNodeLookup API provided by Amazon.co.uk Associates Web Services. Read more details

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