Amazon Barcodes – If you have products that you want to be listed on Amazon, you will need a barcode number for each of them. Amazon.com requires a unique barcode number for each individual listing on its websites. Our EAN-13 barcode numbers are perfect for use as “Amazon Barcodes”. Amazon has confirmed that our Amazon barcode numbers are acceptable and meet their standards. We have a lot of customers using our barcode numbers on their various Amazon products (see our Products on Amazon page Here.) Our Amazon barcode numbers can also be used on many other online shops (eg. CD Baby or Play.com), and in normal retail stores as well.
Note: You will need a separate, unique barcode number for each separate listing on Amazon. It is your choice whether to make separate listings for each of the different variation (size/colour/design) of your product or to just make one general listing for your product & get your customers to specify the size/colour after ordering.
If you prefer to have your barcodes in 12-digit UPC-A format (instead of 13-digit EAN-13 format), that is fine – just let us know when you are making your order – we can supply these Amazon barcode numbers as either 13 digit EAN13 barcodes, or as 12 digit UPC barcodes.
NOTE the product below is our standardized barcode number, which can be used on products in retail stores and as an Amazon barcode for listing your products on Amazon. We have kept this product simple and cheap by not including the barcode images – if you are shipping the product yourself, and only selling on Amazon, you don’t need to print the actual barcode on your product – you just need the barcode number to enable you to list your product on Amazon. If you require the barcode images as well, please see our Barcode Packages.
Barcode Numbers for Amazon
EAN-13 barcode numbers suitable for use on Amazon.
Instant delivery – You will receive your unique EAN-13 barcode numbers for Amazon by email within seconds.
PDF guarantee certificate included (can be used as proof of your barcode ownership).
These barcode numbers DO NOT include images. If you are sending the products to customers yourself, you don’t need to print the actual barcode on your product. However, if you are using Amazon Warehousing to store and send out your orders, you will need to print the barcode images on your products. If you require barcode images, you will need to purchase EAN13 Barcode Packages.
Quantity Price per Barcode Number 1 + £ 20 each 5 + £18.50 each 10 + £17 each 15+ £15 each 20 + £ 12 each 30 + £10 each 50 + £8 each 75 + £7 each 100 + £6 each 150 + please contact us
“How do I use my barcode number on Amazon?”
After we have received your order we will email your Amazon barcode numbers to you. Then you can assign your barcodes to your products, and start listing your products on Amazon using these barcode numbers. You can begin using your barcode numbers on Amazon right away – all that you need to do is type your barcode number into the form when making a listing for your product on Amazon. Later, Amazon will assign their own identification number – an ASIN (an Amazon Standard Identification Number) – to your product.
NOTE: If you are storing and dispatching your products yourself, you will only need a 13 digit EAN-13 (or 12-digit UPC-A)barcode number, which you can purchase above (Amazon Barcode). However, if Amazon is storing and dispatching your products for you, then you will also need a barcode image to put onto your product packaging or label. A ‘barcode image’ is the actual barcode picture that gets decoded by scanning machines (ie. vertical black bars & spaces with the barcode number underneath). If you require the barcode images as well, please see our Barcode Packages.
If you need barcode images for your number, please order them here. We will send your barcode images to you via email in 5 different digital formats (eps, tiff, bmp, pdf & jpeg) – you can choose which format you prefer, and put the barcode onto your product packaging or label.
For information on how to list your product with Amazon, watch our video here with a step-by-step guide to the process.
Here are some common questions:
This means that if the retailers only use barcodes for option 1, you can get away with having the same barcode for 2 product variations (i.e. different colours of the same product), however if the retailer uses barcodes for option 2 as well, then a different barcode will be required for each product variation.
In general retailers prefer to stock products that will be straight forward to manage. Some retailers may prefer not to stock products if they have to manually count how many are left of each size and reorder accordingly. Therefore is is recommended that you have a different barcode for each variation.
Selling in the USA = UPC-A
Selling internationally = EAN-13
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What our customers say…
“Brilliant service – thank you, was up and running (on Amazon) in 10 minutes. Thanks again – will be definitely back for more!” Miranda.
“The first Amazon bar code you sold me for selling my DVD on Amazon has brought quite a few sales” Mike.
“Just to let you know that our first product is available on Amazon now!” Nora.
“Hi David, Many Thanks for the codes, these are for Amazon, I’m sure we will be back for more.” Tony.
“Thank you very much. I am going to add a new product on Amazon. If it all works out ok I will be back to buy more!” Louise.
We have a variety of barcode packages online.