Code 128 and Code 39
If you need Code 128 or Code 39 barcode images, please order them below. We will email the barcodes to you in 5 different formats (jpeg, eps, tiff, bmp & eps). NOTE: If you want us to send you a roll of printed adhesive barcode labels instead, please purchase them from our Sequential Labels page instead.
Please enter the barcode data you want encoded into the “additional information” section when checking out. The data can be numeric or alpha-numeric (eg. “AB 1000″ to “AB 1499″)
Code 128 and Code 39 barcodes are used for stock management (asset labeling); membership cards; library books… etc.
Code 128 or Code 39 Barcode Image
Purchase the quantity you want, and then email us the data you want encoded in the barcodes (or enter it into the "additional information" section of the payment form).
|Quantity||Price per image|
|4 +||$ 15.00|
|10 +||$ 7.50|
|50 +||$ 2.00 each (sequential codes only)*|
|100 +||$ 1.50 each (ie. $150 per 100 sequential codes)|
|500 +||$ 0.40 each (ie. $200 per 500 sequential codes)|
|1000 +||$ 0.30 each (ie. $300 per 1000 sequential codes)|
The Difference between Code 128 & Code 39:
Code 128 barcode:
Code 39 barcode:
Code 39 has a low data density and Code 128 has a very high data density, therefore very small goods should be labeled with a Code 128 barcode (not a Code 39 barcode). Code 39 is capable of encoding alpha-numeric data, but Code 128 can only encode numeric data.
Most barcode scanners can read both Code 128 & Code 39 barcode images easily, especially if the barcodes only contain numeric digits (some scanners may struggle to read barcodes that contain alphabetic letters as well).
Note: Code 128 and Code 39 barcodes are for internal use only, they cannot be used for products in retail stores (retail products need EAN barcodes).
“Thank You so much for your INCREDIBLY fast service!!! I was blown away when I had the barcode within a couple of hours from sending it! Wow! Thank You so much for your help with this. ” Carolina