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Shop::Wildberries::ProductInfo: Wildberries product page parser


Shop::Wildberries::ProductInfo product parser overview

Using the Wildberries product parser, you can retrieve data about products from a list of links to these products' pages.

A-Parser's functionality allows you to save parsing settings for future use (presets), set a parsing schedule, and much more. You can use automatic query replication, substitution of subqueries from files, enumeration of alphanumeric combinations and lists to obtain the maximum possible number of results.

Collected data


  • Product name
  • Category
  • Brand
  • Article
  • Number of comments
  • Rating
  • Seller name
  • Seller link
  • Seller's TIN
  • Seller's trademark
  • Seller's address
  • Seller's OGRN
  • Discounted price
  • Price
  • Product description
  • Country of origin
  • Number of sold products
  • Number of available products
  • Links to product photos
  • Tags People also searched for
  • Price history:
    • Date
    • Price

Use cases

  • Tracking price dynamics and popularity of products
  • Evaluating product popularity
  • Collecting all product images

Query examples

As queries, you need to specify links to products, for example:

Query substitutions

You can use built-in macros for query substitutions. For example, we want the parser to automatically substitute the article number in the link to the product from 1 to 100,000. To do this, you can apply the macro {num:START:END}. As a query, we will specify a link to any product, and instead of the article number, we will write the macro:{num:1:100000}/detail.aspx

This method allows you to easily and automatically parse Wildberries products even if you don't know their article numbers. A-Parser will automatically substitute the number in order, go to the page, and collect the data if it exists.

Possible settings

ParameterDefault valueDescription
Address-Pickup point address
Longitude-Pickup point longitude
Latitude-Pickup point latitude

By default, Wildberries displays results for Moscow. The parser allows you to set a pickup point, and the list of results will be tied to a specific location. To do this, you need to override 3 parameters: Address, Longitude, and Latitude. You can get the necessary values for these parameters in the browser:

1. Select the desired pickup point, previously opening the Developer Tools (in Chrome, press F12)


2. In the Developer Tools, on the Network tab, find the saveprefereduserloc request and see the necessary data in the request body


3. Copy them exactly into the parser settings