Amazon websites require sellers to have a barcode number (also called a “product identifier” or GTIN code) connected to their products. The type of barcode number that is required is either a 12 digit UPC code or a 13 digit EAN code. You can buy an appropriate Amazon Barcode Number below (we supply the barcode number in both EAN and UPC formats – you can then choose which format you want to use when listing your product on Amazon). One barcode number is needed for each different Amazon listing (including different sizes or colours of your product if there are different listings for these variations). If you purchase “Amazon Barcode Numbers” from us below you will receive your barcode number instantly by email (our shopping cart is automated). If you don’t receive your email within a few minutes, check your junk mail folder, and then contact us for assistance.
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Amazon Barcode Numbers
INSTANT EMAIL DELIVERY of your EAN-13 Barcode Numbers and a PDF certificate of barcode ownership, and free barcode registration on the International Barcodes Database.
These barcode numbers are suitable for use on the Amazon online stores. Please note that this product is for the barcode number only (without the barcode images) because this is all that you need to sell your product on the Amazon websites (unless you are using Amazon’s warehouse delivery service).
Quantity Price per Barcode 1 $ 42 2 $ 35 each 3 $ 30 each 4 + $ 25 each 5 + $ 20 each 10 + $ 15 each 20 + $ 11 each 30 + $ 9 each 50 + $ 7 each 100 + $ 5 eachspecial price $4.50 each
General Amazon barcode requirements:
If you are listing your new product (or products) on any of the Amazon Store Websites, Amazon will require you to have what they call a “product identifier” (or GTIN code). This is simply a unique 12 or 13 digit barcode number – either in UPC or EAN format. Product identifiers are used to create new product pages on the Amazon sites. The most common identifier used by sellers is a UPC (12 digit barcode).
If you are listing your products on Amazon please order an “Amazon Barcode Number” above. You will instantly receive an email with a unique barcode number in both 12 digit UPC and 13 digit EAN formats (you can choose which format to use on Amazon – UPC format is the most common format used on Amazon).
To use your barcode number on Amazon, all you need to do is use the “Add a Product” tool on the Amazon websites and add your products one at a time, entering the barcode number into the “product identifier” field when requested. Please note that if the product you are selling already has a Product Page on Amazon, there will already be a product identifier code (a UPC or EAN code) associated with it, so you won’t need to buy a new barcode number for it. However, if you search for a product and don’t find it in Amazon’s catalogue, you will need to create a new product page for that product and enter a new UPC or EAN barcode number on the “Add This Product to Our Catalog” page after finishing the product classification step.
NB: If you are selling a book on Amazon, and your book has an ISBN number, you can use that 13 digit ISBN number as your “product identifier” – you don’t need to buy a separate barcode number.
If Amazon is storing and distributing your product (via Amazon’s “Fulfillment By Amazon” FBA warehousing services), then you will require the barcode images as well (these are only required if Amazon is managing your product sales/shipping for you, not if you are doing this yourself). If you only require a barcode number, please order the “Amazon Barcode Number” item above. If you require the barcode images (the black bars and white spaces) to print onto your product packaging, then please order a “Barcode Package” instead (as this includes the barcode images) – you can purchase a Barcode Package here.
Essentially, Amazon’s FBA Services require that your products have a unique scannable bar code image (ie. 12 digit UPC or 13 digit EAN barcode) printed on them. This unique scannable bar code image needs to be printed directly onto the product packaging, or else onto a sticky label that has been applied to your product packaging. This is required to enable stock tracking and storage of your products in Amazon fulfillment centers.
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