Buy Amazon Barcodes
We have hundreds of customers using our barcode numbers to sell their product son Amazon (you can see some examples of their products here: music album, baby t-shirt, & toy shed). Our barcodes are EAN-13 codes (or UPC codes if you prefer) – for this reason, our barcodes are completely suitable for use on Amazon (Amazon has contacted our company directly to confirm this).
If you want to buy barcode numbers for your products that you can use on Amazon, please order them below:
Barcode Numbers for Amazon
EAN-13 barcode numbers suitable for use on Amazon & other online stores
|Quantity||Price per Barcode|
|5 +||$ 44 each|
|10 +||$ 39 each|
|20 +||$ 34 each|
|30 +||$ 29 each|
|50 +||$ 24 each|
|75 +||$ 19 each|
|100 +||$ 14 each|
|150 +||Please contact us.|
Most people only need barcode numbers for Amazon because they are storing & sending their products themselves. However, if you are using Amazon’s warehousing service to dispatch your products, than you will need to put a scannable barcode image on your product as well (which you can purchase below). The barcode image is the actual barcode picture (the vertical black bars and spaces that gets decoded when scanned by scanning machines).
If you need the barcode images for your barcode number, please order them here (if you are not sure whether you will need the images, that’s fine – you can always come back & order them in the future if you need to).
“How do I use my barcode on Amazon?”
After you make your order, you will receive (via email):
- a unique EAN-13 barcode number;
- barcode images in 5 different formats (jpeg, eps, pdf, tiff & bmp);
- a guarantee certificate; and
- free barcode registration.
We process orders quickly (usually within 1-6 hours).
After receiving your barcode numbers, you can begin using them immediately: just assign them to your products, and then enter the barcode number into the online form when listing each of your products on Amazon.
Once Amazon has received your listing, they will then also assign their own unique code to your product (this is called an ASIN or Amazon Standard Identification Number).
If you are storing and dispatching the products yourself, you won’t need to put the barcode image onto your product (but you can if you wish to). However, if you are using the Amazon warehousing & dispatch arrangements, you will need to put put the barcode image onto your product.
“Great service, exactly as advertised. Was very impressed by the fast turnaround. Highly recommended if you need barcodes and don’t want to pay through the nose.” Chris L