Question: What is a UPC code / EAN code?
Welcome to our commonly asked questions. We deliver UPC codes and ean codes to retailers worldwide. Our codes and easy to use instructions are generated instantly on the checkout page. We also send a copy via email.
Answer: We also offer printed barcode labels on "peel & stick" labels for as low as 2 cents per barcode label.
Question: I need barcode labels printed how can I do it?
Answer: Some retailers such as Walmart, Sam's Club & Whole Foods will require that you own the entire prefix, our codes are generated from a shared (sub-divided) prefix. If your retailer has this requirement you will have to setup your own company prefix directly with GS1. Another exception would be if you need a specific country code other than USA, our codes are generated from a USA prefix and work worldwide but if your retailer requires a country code other than USA you should purchase a company prefix from GS1. The buyer is responsible to comply with their retailers UPC policies and should check before purchasing.
Question: Do these codes work for all retailers?
Answer: You will need to register your upc codes and product information with your marketplace, retailer and/or distributor. Instructions for registering products and codes will be generate on the checkout page.
Question: Do I need to register my codes?
Answer: You don't enter a price directly into the barcode. A barcode scanner identifies the product by converting a scanable image (barcode) into a product number (upc code); the product number will perform a lookup from your retailers database, the database contains the price and product information that you submitted to them.
Question: How do I enter the price into my barcode?
Answer: You will need one code per item, as well as one code per variation (color, size, style). For example, if you are selling tennis shoes in four different colors you'll need to purchase four UPC codes.
Question: How many UPC codes should I purchase?
Answer: Once payment is completed your codes are instantly generated on the checkout page, and a duplicate copy is sent to your email.
Question: How do I receive my codes?
Answer: UPC is short for Universal Product Code, a specific type of 12-digit barcode which allows retailers to manage sales and inventory of a product. UPC codes are valid in the United States and Canada. EAN codes are a 13-digit barcodes valid in all other countries. To convert an UPC code to EAN code simply add a zero to the beginning of the UPC code. Example: UPC 777777777777 = EAN 0777777777777.
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