EAN-13 Barcode Packages

Most retail products use EAN-13 barcodes, except for books and magazines (you will require different barcodes on books or magazines that you can purchase from these links). EAN-13 Barcodes are the most widely accepted barcode around the world, except in the USA and Canada where UPC Barcodes are more commonly accepted (you should purchase UPC Barcode instead if you are planning to sell in the USA or Canada).

When you buy a barcode package from us, you will automatically receive your barcode by email within a few minutes. In the email you will find:
1. Your EAN-13 barcode number (which is unique and checked for any illegitimate use before the sale);
2. Files with your barcode images (supplied at 600dpi in 5 different formats: jpeg, tiff, bmp, eps & pdf);
3. A guarantee certificate;
4. Instructions on Barcode Registration.

  • EAN13 Barcode
    EAN13 Barcode

    EAN-13 Retail Barcode Packages

    INSTANT DELIVERY BY EMAIL

    You will receive an email straight away with your EAN-13 retail barcode number, the barcode images as attached files (in 5 different formats), barcode registration instructions, and a guarantee certificate.

    This product includes free barcode/product registration on the International Barcodes Database (this is an optional service).

    QuantityPrice per Barcode
    1$ 59
    2$ 54 each
    3-4$ 51 each
    5 +$ 49 each
    10 +$ 39 each
    15 +$ 34 each
    20 +$ 30 each
    30 +$ 25 each
    40 +$ 21 each
    50 +$ 15 each
    75 +$ 11 each
    100 +$ 9 each
    150 +Please contact us.

     

Using your barcode:

Once you receive your barcode and image files, you can easily select a file format to suit your software and incorporate it into your overall product packaging design. This ensures your product is ready for use once printed. Should you need to change the size of your barcode, make sure, you do not reduce the overall size to below 30X20mm if it can be avoided. See our barcode specifications page for more details.

You do not need to supply any product information to use. You can just assign the barcodes to your products however you want. Retailers will receive your product and scan the barcode and information into their system the first time so that when it is scanned from that point onwards, the product information will appear.

“Thanks David. My business is growing slowly and i am slowly introducing more product lines to the market. I will definitely be buying more bar codes in the near future.” Satish