Whether you are analyzing options in a spreadsheet or displaying option prices on your website, the US Stock Options Prices feed provides you with easy and affordable end of day options prices for the United States.

Data is provided by Trade Alert as it serves up validated and systematic price and volume data in one of the most affordable Options feeds on the market. You can access the data via our REST API, CSV, and Excel. Get ready to put some fuel behind your Options strategy.

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WHAT DATA IS INCLUDED?

 The US Stock Options Prices feed subscription features current data

This means when you subscribe, you will receive EOD data from the most recent market close date onward. 

If you are interested in historical data, we also offer historical options pricing via bulk downloads, as well as API access, for a 3yr, 6yr, or 9yr period. The historical download provides comprehensive pricing information with full coverage of US securities, dating back to 2008. 

The following data tags are included for both current data and historical data:

  • Ask Size
  • Ask Price
  • Bid Size
  • Bid Price
  • Close Price
  • Daily Trades
  • Delta
  • Implied Volatility
  • Implied Volatility Change
  • Next Day Open Interest
  • Open Interest
  • Open Interest Change
  • Price Date
  • Volume

ACCESS VIA API and CSV download

If this is the first time you're accessing the Intrinio REST API or CSV, you'll want to get started with the following tutorials:

Getting Started With the Intrinio API
CSV Download Functionality

These calls will pull in all of the options contracts for the company Apple, Inc.:

API: https://api.intrinio.com/options?ticker=AAPL
CSV: https://api.intrinio.com/options.csv?ticker=AAPL

These calls will pull in all of the options expiration dates for the company Apple, Inc.:

API: https://api.intrinio.com/options/expirations?ticker=AAPL
CSV: https://api.intrinio.com/options/expirations.csv?ticker=AAPL

These calls will pull in the current prices for Apple, Inc.'s options contract with the identifier "190118C00195000":

API: https://api.intrinio.com/options/current?identifier=AAPL210618C00300000
CSV: https://api.intrinio.com/options/current.csv?identifier=AAPL210618C00300000

These calls will pull in the historical pricing for a put option contract for the ticker AAPL, with expiration date 03/03/2017 and strike price of 127. It can only be accessed if you have access to historical data:

API: https://api.intrinio.com/options/historical?ticker=AAPL&expiration=2017-03-03&type=put&strike=127
CSV: https://api.intrinio.com/options/historical.csv?ticker=AAPL&expiration=2017-03-03&type=put&strike=127

These calls will pull in both the implied volatility and the delta for two options contracts with identifiers "AAPL170303C00127000" and "AAPL170303C00128000". t can only be accessed if you have access to historical data:

API: https://api.intrinio.com/data_point?identifier=AAPL170303C00127000,AAPL170303C00128000&item=implied_volatility,delta
CSV: https://api.intrinio.com/data_point.csv identifier=AAPL170303C00127000,AAPL170303C00128000&item=implied_volatility,delta

These calls will pull in the historical open interest for AAPL's option contract with identifier "170203C00127000". t can only be accessed if you have access to historical data:

API: https://api.intrinio.com/historical_data?identifier=AAPL170203C00127000&item=open_interest
CSV: https://api.intrinio.com/historical_data.csv?identifier=AAPL170203C00127000&item=open_interest

You'll find both the API Explorer and CSV download Explorer incredibly helpful. An API call or CSV download will automatically be generated for you. You can copy and paste that syntax directly into the browser or into your codebase.

ACCESS VIA EXCEL 

If this is the first time you're accessing the Intrinio Excel add-in, you'll want to get started with one of the following tutorials:

Intrinio Excel add-in Tutorial

The following endpoints are available for use with the Intrinio Excel add-in:

  • Data Point
  • Historical Data

Here is an example of a function that will pull in the close price for Apple, Inc.'s options contract with the identifier "170303C00127000":

=IntrinioDataPoint("AAPL170303C00127000","close_price")

Here is an example of a function that will pull in the most recent open interest for Apple, Inc.'s options contract with the identifier "170203C00127000" within the dates 01/31/2011 and 01/01/2017:

=IntrinioHistoricalData("AAPL170203C00127000","open_interest",0,"2017-01-01","2011-01-31")

You'll find the Excel Formula Builder incredibly helpful. Simply choose the contract identifier and data type you'd like to see and a formula will automatically be generated for you. You can copy and paste that formula directly into Excel.

HOW MUCH DOES THIS DATA COST?

Current Prices are available via the US Stock Options Prices feed starting at an affordable monthly price. This is available for personal or professional research only, startups and enterprise solutions. We offer plans which allow redistribution, so you use this data to build and application or display to anyone other than the subscribing entity. 

If you still have questions, we'd be happy to help!


Historical Prices
are available with custom pricing depending on a number of factors including usage. Send our team a message so we can get the right information and provide you with a quote!


Quotes are generally returned within 1 business day and are paid month to month, meaning users can cancel at anytime. A quote and a free trial are always made available before any subscription.

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