Buy Amazon Barcodes
Do you need a barcode number to use on Amazon (or another online store)? You have come to the right place – Amazon has told us that our barcodes are completely suitable for use on their websites. Many of our customers are using our bar code numbers on Amazon (you can see a few examples of their products here: music album, baby t-shirt, & toy shed).
You can purchase Amazon barcodes for your products below:
Amazon Barcode Numbers
EAN-13 barcode numbers suitable for use on Amazon. Includes images (in 5 different formats) and guarantee certificate.
|Quantity||Price per Barcode|
|1||$ 39 each|
|2||$ 36 each|
|3||$ 34 each|
|4||$ 32 each|
|5 +||$ 30 each|
|10||$ 26 each|
|20||$ 24 each|
|30||$ 22 each|
|40||$ 20 each|
|50||$ 18 each|
|75||$ 16 each|
|100+||$ 14 each|
|150 +||Please contact us.|
Using your 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); and
- a guarantee certificate
We send barcodes to our customers quickly (usually within 1-12 hours of receiving an order).
After you receive your barcodes, just allocate them to your products & start using them on Amazon.
Amazon will also (at some point) assign their own individual code to your product – this is called an ASIN code (“Amazon Standard Identification Number”) – so your product will end up with two unique codes.
“How many barcodes do I need for Amazon?”
Amazon requires a unique barcode number for each new listing on its website – therefore, you will need a separate barcode for each different listing on Amazon. You can either (a) make a separate listing for each different product variation (eg. colour or size), or (b) make one listing for your product & get your customer to specify their requirements after making their order.
Do I need to put the barcode images onto my Amazon products?”
If you are storing and shipping your products yourself, you will not need to put the barcode image onto each of your products (the barcode image is only necessary if the barcode needs to be scanned, eg. at a checkout counter). However, if Amazon is storing & shipping your products for you, they do require you to put the barcode images onto your products.
“Dear David, Thank you for sending the barcodes.” Omri
“Thanks – that was fast.” Al