Retail Barcode packages

Instantly receive your EAN and UPC retail barcode numbers and images

Purchase retail barcodes for products (except books & magazines).

You will receive:

  • Genuine, unused barcode numbers starting with ’07’ (why we don’t supply ‘93’ numbers) which work worldwide.
  • Barcode images (in JPG, PNG, SVG and PDF formats).
  • Free Barcode registration.
  • Certificate of GTIN Assignment.
  • Immediate delivery – all files will be emailed to you as soon as the order has been made.
  • A unique Company Prefix if bought in lots of 10, 100 or 1,000.

We don’t need any product information or time-consuming paperwork to sell you barcodes. Just purchase here and you will receive your codes within minutes, with no hidden costs or ongoing fees. We check our barcodes for illegal use prior to sale.

We offer barcodes in either EAN-13 or UPC-A format. EAN-13 is the most common format used in Australia. If you aren’t sure which format to choose, read our FAQ at the bottom of the page or visit our EAN vs UPC page here.

What you recieve

If you plan to sell on Amazon, please read our Barcodes for Amazon page for up to date information about Amazon restrictions and requirements.

Buy a specific quantity

Price: $59.00

Price per barcode = $59.00

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Buy a set of barcodes


$54.00 per barcode

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$49.00 per barcode

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$39.00 per barcode

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$30.00 per barcode

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$25.00 per barcode

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$15.00 per barcode

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$8.25 per barcode

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$2.50 per barcode

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$1.50 per barcode

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Retail Barcode FAQs

If your product is primarily sold in New Zealand or any country outside North America, you probably require EAN-13 format barcodes. If North America is your primary market, UPC barcodes may be more appropriate. Read our EAN or UPC page for more details.

We don’t require any product information or company details to sell you barcodes, except for the company name to appear on your Certificate of Ownership (or personal name if you are not buying through a company). Barcodes don’t encode product information, that is assigned by retailers in their Inwards Goods department and information such as price is stored in each retailer’s internal database.

It is best practice to get a different barcode for each product or product variation. This is because stores use barcodes for two primary purposes: 1. Barcodes are used for obtaining the price of the product when scanned at the checkout. 2. Barcodes are used for keeping track of stock and deciding 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 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.

diagram to work out how many barcodes you need

Once you receive your barcode, insert the digital image into your packaging design before printing (or get your graphic designer to do this for you). Make sure you follow our EAN dimension and positioning guidelines to ensure your barcode doesn’t have scanning issues. If you have already printed your packaging before getting barcodes, we can sell you Sticky Barcode Labels and ship them to you. Read our How to Use Your Barcode Guide for more information.

Our barcodes are accepted in nearly all stores worldwide, however there are a few exceptions. For further details, please see our Barcode Acceptance page.

Yes they will. We can supply both EAN-13 Barcodes (which are used worldwide) and UPC-A Barcodes (USA and Canada). Read our Barcode Acceptance page which details the few retailers we know of who may have problems with our barcodes.

Don’t see your question answered here? Check out our FAQ page for more common questions.