QR Codes (and other 2D Barcodes)
QR Codes are becoming increasingly popular as a way to link consumers to product websites or promotional webpages. When a consumer scans a QR Code using their smartphone, they are usually linked to a specific website or webpage – this webpage usually has information about the product, company or service; or a promotional offer.
To ensure your physical QR code has a longer life span, we recommend programming your QR code with a QR redirect. This allows you to redirect your QR code to different links in the future, multiple times, without changing the physical QR code. It also allows you to monitor traffic from the QR code. Watch the video here that explains this in more detail.
Purchase your QR Code below:
This service is automated so you will receive your QR code images in minutes. To be able to do this, we need the url or other information you wish encoded into the QR code. If you don’t supply this the automation cannot make the QR code.
Decide how many QR codes you need, add that quantity to cart. Then at the checkout page enter the data or url you want encoded into the “additional information” box on the checkout page. Standard QR codes are made automatically and you will receive in 5 minutes. More complex QR codes such as v-business cards have to be made manually and take 1-12 hours.
The QR code images will be emailed to you in 5 formats .tif, .bmp, .jpg, .pdf & .eps formats.
Quantity Price per image 1 $ 30
2 $ 25
3 $ 20
4 + $ 15
10 + $ 8
20 + $ 5
50 + $ 2.50
How to order & use your QR Code
If you want your QR Code to contain business card information (VCard or MeCard), please put the following details into the “Additional Information” section when checking out. Note: if you need your QR Code to be small (e.g. 3cm x 3cm), only provide us with the essential information & leave out the rest:
Address: (street, postcode, city, state/province, country)
1. Event Name:
2. Event Description:
3. Location of Event:
4. Event Start Date/Time:
5. Event End Date/Time: (Optional)
NOTE: If there is a lot of data contained in your QR Code (e.g. lots of text, or a long URL address), the QR Code will need to be larger to scan well. If your QR Code contains a long website URL address, you can shorten it by using a URL shortener (e.g. goo.gl).
After you receive your QR Code, please test it to make sure it works well (and let us know if you’re having any problems). You can re-size it if necessary.
– Data Matrix
– Aztec Code