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I'm doing some Apple iTunes Connect reporting via the Autoingest tool. It requires that I not only specify login account info, but also a "vendorid". I have no clue what our vendor ID might be. Where can I find such info on Apple's site?

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    We're going to keep this open and see what kind of answers it draws. We've been discussing making iTunes connect on-topic for a while, and this looks like a good test case. – Daniel Sep 25 '12 at 15:54
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Click on the Sales and Trends section, and your vendor ID will be displayed in the upper-left corner next to your developer name. It should start with an 8.

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(Source: discussions.apple.com thread)

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    This is no longer correct. – msh210 Apr 27 '16 at 14:30
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This number may be a bit harder to find since Apple re-designed iTunes Connect on Mon, Feb 17th, 2014.

Multiple vendors: If you go into the monthly financial section and have multiple vendors a drop down will show up in the upper left with this number.

If you only have one vendor: Download a monthly financial report. The vendor id is the long number at the beginning of the report name before the first underscore.

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With the new iTunesConnect, you don't actually have to download a financial report to get the Vendor ID.

Go to "Sales and Trends", then choose "Reports" from the drop-down menu in the top left.

On the next screen, there'll be a drop-down menu for "Vendor". Your name and ID will be shown there.

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Apparently the latest version of the Autoingestion script is looking for a 10 digit version of the ID. If you stick two zero's in front of the number it gives you on the Sales and Trends page that will work...

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  • This is not the case anymore. My 8 digit id works fine. Adding 2 zeros gives me an error "Please enter a valid vendor number". – M165437 Apr 24 '15 at 13:45

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