BARCODE PRESS has been very fortunate to have been featured in some of the most prestigious publications in the world including The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. We are also pleased to be the primary referral choice of Amazon, Whole Foods, Sam’s Club, Weight Watchers, and countless other highly respected businesses.


AUG 08, 2019

How to Get UPC Barcodes for Your Products

Universal product codes — UPCs — are the 12-digit numbers that appear under the barcodes on many U.S. products. They are given out by GS1 US, a nonprofit group that sets standards for international commerce.

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AUG 08, 2019

How Do I...Get a UPC Bar Code?

Small businesses seeking to sell their wares through larger retailers for resale will most likely need a Universal Product Code -- that ubiquitous black and white striped identification tag appearing on products ranging from soda cans, tags on stuffed animals or boxes containing electronics.

Read More was founded in 1999 as the first legitimate alternative to the Uniform Code Council (now known as GS1.)

Founded by industry expert Erik Quisling, almost instantly became the preferred solution for small businesses – focusing on great customer service, low prices, fast turn-around times, and giving customers the ability to purchase the exact quantity of barcodes they need.

Hailed by The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and many other industry sources, is proud to be an acknowledged pioneer in the barcode industry and to have helped more than 100,000 customers bring their products to market.

What makes the very best place to buy barcodes?

UPC Codes for Amazon! is the ONLY barcode seller whose barcodes work for ALL aspects of Amazon. The UPC codes we sell even work with the Amazon Brand Registry.

While it is true that there are several upstart online UPC barcode sellers who claim to be legitimate, the huge problem with these UPC barcode sellers is that the UPC codes they sell DO NOT WORK with the new Amazon barcode requirements.

In the new Amazon UPC code guidelines, anyone listing a new product must show a direct connection to the company listed in the GS1 database as proof they did not make their UPC numbers up out of thin air. NONE of the other barcode sellers can provide this proof for Amazon UPC codes. Thus, the UPC codes they sell will not work on Amazon. There are also many other large retail chains (i.e. Whole Foods) that are also implementing these new Amazon UPC code guidelines and therefore they will not accept barcodes from these cheap barcode sellers., on the other hand, CAN provide all of the required Amazon UPC code documents. Because has purchased all of our barcodes directly from GS1, we can show evidence of your direct connection to the company listed in the GS1 database and provide you with the necessary documentation. This allows Amazon to quickly whitelist your barcodes and allow you to continue with the product listing process. And not only can sell UPC codes for Amazon, the barcodes we sell will work for Whole Foods, Best Buy, Costco, and all of the other retailers who use the Amazon barcode guidelines.

So, aside from being the only online barcode seller that can provide UPC codes for Amazon, we also can honestly say that no other barcode site gives you more, including:

For these reasons and many more, the only choice to purchase legitimate GS1- registered UPC barcodes for Amazon and stores all over the world is

All of us here at look forward to answering all of your barcode questions and serving all of your barcode needs!

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