Developer-friendly plaintext version of Redemption Tables information that uses encoded strings to denote redemption value at different times.
The Savings Bond Value Files dataset is used by developers of bond pricing programs to update their systems with new redemption values for accrual savings bonds (Series E, EE, I & Savings Notes). The core data is the same as the Redemption Tables but there are differences in format, amount of data, and date range. The Savings Bonds Value Files dataset is meant for programmers and developers to read in redemption values without having to first convert PDFs.
Redemption values are calculated for $25 savings bonds and notes. Values for other denominations are proportional to the values shown. For example, the redemption value of a $50 bond is twice the amount shown. No bond or note was issued in the month and year where a redemption value field is blank. The redemption value will equal NO PAY during the required minimum holding period for Series EE (series_cd = N) and I (series_cd = I) Bonds. Bonds issued before February 2003 had a minimum holding period of 6 months. The minimum holding period for bonds issued February 2003 and after is 12 months.
fields=parameter accepts a comma-separated list of field names (no parentheses).
fields=parameter is not available for the endpoint accessed, an error will occur. Note that omitting fields can result in automatically aggregated and summed data results. For more information, view the full documentation on Aggregation and Sums.
filter=accepts filters from the list below, as well as specified filter criteria. Use a colon at the end of a filter parameter to pass a value or list of values. For lists passed as filter criteria, use a comma-separated list within parentheses. Filter for specific dates using the format
lt= Less than
lte= Less than or equal to
gt= Greater than
gte= Greater than or equal to
eq= Equal to
in= Contained in a given set
sort=accepts a comma-separated list of field names.
sort=parameter a comma-separated list.
csvas an input.
page[size]=parameters both accept integers.
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