Migrate from EA Price Sheet API

EA customers who were previously using the Enterprise Reporting consumption.azure.com API to get their price sheet need to migrate to a replacement Azure Resource Manager API. Instructions to do this are outlined below along with any contract differences between the old API and the new API.


On May 1, 2024, Azure Enterprise Reporting APIs will be retired. Migrate to Microsoft Cost Management APIs before then.

Assign permissions to an SPN to call the API

Before calling the API, you need to configure a Service Principal with the correct permission. You use the service principal to call the API. For more information, see Assign permissions to ACM APIs.

Call the Price Sheet API

Use the following request URIs when calling the new Price Sheet API.

Supported requests

You can call the API using the following scopes:

  • Enrollment: providers/Microsoft.Billing/billingAccounts/{billingAccountId}
  • Subscription: subscriptions/{subscriptionId}

Get for current Billing Period


Get for specified Billing Period


Response body changes

Old response:

              "id": "enrollments/57354989/billingperiods/201601/products/343/pricesheets",
              "billingPeriodId": "201704",
            "meterId": "dc210ecb-97e8-4522-8134-2385494233c0",
              "meterName": "A1 VM",
              "unitOfMeasure": "100 Hours",
              "includedQuantity": 0,
              "partNumber": "N7H-00015",
              "unitPrice": 0.00,
              "currencyCode": "USD"
              "id": "enrollments/57354989/billingperiods/201601/products/2884/pricesheets",
              "billingPeriodId": "201404",
            "meterId": "dc210ecb-97e8-4522-8134-5385494233c0",
              "meterName": "Locally Redundant Storage Premium Storage - Snapshots - AU East",
              "unitOfMeasure": "100 GB",
              "includedQuantity": 0,
              "partNumber": "N9H-00402",
              "unitPrice": 0.00,
              "currencyCode": "USD"

New response:

Old data is now in the pricesheets field of the new API response. Meter details information is also provided.

  "id": "/subscriptions/00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000/providers/Microsoft.Billing/billingPeriods/201702/providers/Microsoft.Consumption/pricesheets/default",
  "name": "default",
  "type": "Microsoft.Consumption/pricesheets",
  "properties": {
    "nextLink": "https://management.azure.com/subscriptions/00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000/providers/microsoft.consumption/pricesheets/default?api-version=2018-01-31&$skiptoken=AQAAAA%3D%3D&$expand=properties/pricesheets/meterDetails",
    "pricesheets": [
        "billingPeriodId": "/subscriptions/00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000/providers/Microsoft.Billing/billingPeriods/201702",
        "meterId": "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000",
        "unitOfMeasure": "100 Hours",
        "includedQuantity": 100,
        "partNumber": "XX-11110",
        "unitPrice": 0.00000,
        "currencyCode": "EUR",
        "offerId": "OfferId 1",
        "meterDetails": {
          "meterName": "Data Transfer Out (GB)",
          "meterCategory": "Networking",
          "unit": "GB",
          "meterLocation": "Zone 2",
          "totalIncludedQuantity": 0,
          "pretaxStandardRate": 0.000

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