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EAN or UPC barcodes are the most common retail barcodes. EAN and UPC barcodes are used at checkouts and can be scanned in all stores internationally. Barcodes are globally unique numbers. No other product in the world has the same number. Most stores require barcodes on products to do stock control and pricing.
Check out Barcode Registration for information about registering your product and company against your barcode number. Barcode registration is an optional extra service we include with our barcode packages.
You will receive:
- Genuine barcode number starting with ’07’ (why we don’t supply ‘489’ numbers)
- Barcode images in 4 different formats (jpeg, png, svg & pdf)
- Barcode registration
- Guarantee certificate stating that you are the sole legal owner of this barcode number.
- Immediate delivery – all files will be emailed to you as soon as the order has been made.
- No forms to fill out, no membership fees or other recurring fees.
- Pay once and own the barcodes for life.
INSTANT EMAIL DELIVERY
Receive your retail barcodes, EAN or UPC numbers with barcode images in 5 minutes.
You will receive;
- globally unique retail barcode number
- barcode images in 4 image formats; jpeg, pdf, png & svg)
- guarantee certificate
- Barcode registration on the International Barcodes Database.
Download a Sample Retail Barcode
Download Sample EAN-13 Barcode Package (zip file)
Buy a specific quantity
Price per barcode = $290.00
Buy a set of barcodes
$225.00 per barcode
$200.00 per barcode
$175.00 per barcode
$80.00 per barcode
$60.00 per barcode
Bulk barcode packages
$49.00 per barcode
You will receive your retail barcode via email with the barcode images in several different formats. Once you have your barcode you can begin using it easily and immediately by following the simple steps below.
1. Put the barcode image onto your product packaging
Choose whichever barcode image format (e.g. jpeg) you prefer. Resize the image to fit into your product packaging. Please keep in mind our ‘Barcode Specifications‘. Standard size (for EAN-13 or UPC-A barcodes) is about 38mm wide x 25mm high. The smallest recommended size is 80% of standard size – ie. about 30mm wide x 20mm high. If you print your barcode smaller than this some retailers won’t accept it. You can then incorporate the image into your product packaging in an easily visable flat location (to ensure ease of scanning). You could also have the barcode printed onto adhesive labels to be manually applied to your product.
2. Print your packaging
Always check your label artwork BEFORE printing your product packaging. Check that the barcode numbers are correct, and that the barcode image being printed is still high quality and within the official size range. Changes and errors can occur at many stages in the process, so it is important to check the artwork thoroughly before printing. Once you’re happy with your barcode, it is a good idea to do a sample print and check that the barcode is the right size, and prints and scans correctly.
3. Send your product to your retailers
Once you’re printed your product packaging, the next step is to send the products to your retailers. It is at this stage that the barcode gets connected to the product. When the barcode is scanned into a retailer’s system for the first time, no product information shows up. The retailer needs to enter the product and price information into their system. After that, whenever the barcode is scanned in that retail store the correct product information appears.
4. Register your barcode number
If you purchased a “Barcode Package” from us then you can register your barcode number and product details on the International Barcodes Database. To register your barcode number please go to: https://barcodesdatabase.org/barcode-registration/ . Barcode registration is optional, however it will increase the profile of your product on the internet.