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Delete a deal property

Last updated May 31, 2023

DELETE /properties/v1/deals/properties/named/:property_name

Method Details

HTTP Methods:


Response Format:


Requires Authentication?


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Required Scope:

For an account, delete an existing deal property.

Required Parameters How to use Description
OAuth access token or private app access token Authorization: Bearer {token} header Used to authenticate the request. Please see this page for more details about authentication.
Property Name Used in the request URL (see above) The API name of the property that you will be deleting
Optional Parameters How to use Description
None None No optional parameters for this method.

Example URL to DELETE:

If the request succeeds, you'll get an HTTP 204 response with no content in the response body, which represents that you've just deleted the property out of the system.

The response from this API call are standard REST-style HTTP response codes that mark success or failure, with meta information about the call that was made. There will be no data in the response body.

  • 204 No Content - when a property is deleted
  • 401 Unauthorized - when an unauthorized request is made
  • 500 Internal Server Error - when an internal server error occurs.

Note This replaces the deprecated URL DELETE /deals/v1/properties/named/:property_name