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CD Barcode Packages

Do you need a barcode for your CD? The EAN-13 barcode numbers that we sell are suitable for use on CDs. If you order a CD Barcode Package (below), you will receive a unique EAN-13 barcode number, images, and a guarantee certificate. You can then put your barcode onto your CD & begin using it immediately. (They are also suitable for audio cassettes, LPs, vinyl records, videos, widgets & any other product).

Please purchase barcodes for your CD below. These include; a barcode number, the barcode images, a guarantee certificate and barcode registration.

  • EAN-13

    Barcode for a CD

    Instant delivery – You will receive a unique EAN-13 barcode number, barcode images (in 4 formats), a request for barcode registration information and a Guarantee Certificate by email within seconds.

    Quantity Price per Barcode
    1 $ 59 each
    2 $ 54 each
    3 $ 52 each
    4 $ 50 each
    5 + $ 49 each
    10 + $ 44 each
    15 + $ 42 each
    20 + $ 39 each
    30 + $ 34 each
    40 + $ 31 each
    50 + $ 29 each
    75 + $ 24 each
    100 + $ 19 each
    150 + Please contact us.


Some of the CDs & DVDs that use our barcodes

Examples of CDs that are using our barcodes


How to use your barcode:

After receiving your order, we will send your EAN-13 barcode number, images & guarantee to you by email. We will send the images in 4 different formats (jpeg, png, SVG & pdf) – you can choose which format to use. Then, insert the barcode image into the design for your CD or DVD cover, and re-size it if necessary. Note: you can reduce the height if you want to (e.g. down to about 15mm), but we do not recommend reducing the width to less than 30mm wide.

When your retailers receive your CD or DVD, they will enter the barcode number & product details into their inventory system. After that, the product details will appear on their screen when they scan your barcode.

If you use your barcode to sell your CD or DVD online (e.g. on CD Baby or Amazon), enter the barcode number into the online form when listing your product.

Need help?

Here are some common questions:

Getting a different barcode for each product (SKU) or product variation is the best practice. This is because stores use barcodes for two primary purposes: 1. Barcodes are used to obtain the product’s price when scanned at the checkout. 2. Barcodes are used to track stock and decide when to reorder an item.

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, a different barcode will be required for each product variation.

Retailers generally prefer to stock products that will be straightforward 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 it is recommended that you have a different barcode for each variation.

Yes, they will. We can supply EAN-13 Barcodes (used worldwide) and UPC-A Barcodes (the USA and Canada).
Our barcodes are accepted in nearly all stores worldwide. However, there are a few exceptions. For further details, please see Barcode Acceptance.
If you’re not sure which kind of barcode you need for your product, our quick rule of thumb is as follows:
Selling in the USA = UPC-A
Selling internationally = EAN-13

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Then, please take a look at our answers to common questions.


“Thanks for that – excellent service 🙂 We plan to use the barcode on our Go NZ Immigration DVD that we’ll release later this year. ” Brian

“Staff were amazing and friendly on the phone – very impressed. ” Natalie

“Thank you very much. Superb and fast service. I look forward to dealing with you in future. ” Andy

“Wow, Less than 1 hour to provide a barcode! It is a record! Thank you very much and see you next… Barcode ” Dario

“Thanks for the prompt service. Kind regards ” Phil