Barcodes for Amazon
One barcode is needed per unique Amazon listing, so if you have various different products or product variations (and require different listings for each) you will need the same amount of barcodes as products.
Our barcodes shop is automated – so if you purchase this product, it will be automatically emailed to you within a few minutes.
We have been selling barcodes for a number of years, and we have many customers using our barcodes on Amazon websites and other online stores. For some examples of a few products using our barcodes on the Amazon websites please see: waterproof bag; The Hand Band; MealKitt; and Barn Owls DVD.
To see other examples of our barcodes on Amazon see our page Here.
EAN-13 Barcode Packages
INSTANT EMAIL DELIVERY – Your email will contain your EAN-13 Barcode numbers, Barcode images (in 4 different formats for convenience), a guarantee certificate stating that you are the sole legal owner of these barcode numbers, and free barcode registration on the International Barcodes Database.
Quantity Price per Barcode (FCFA)
1 15,000 each 2+ 12,500 each 3+ 11,500 each 5+ 10,000 each 10+ 8,000 each 20+ 7,000 each 30+ 6,000 each 50+ 5,000 each 100+ 3,000 each
Feel free to make contact if you have any questions.
Amazon has changed recently their barcode policy. Previously, barcodes used in Amazon were very uncontrolled – anyone could list any product on Amazon using any barcode number, as long as that barcode number wasn’t already being used for another product on Amazon. However, this caused serious problems for legitimate sellers, if they found their number had already been stolen by someone else.
Amazon have become ‘tighter’ with barcode numbers – although the implementation of this policy seems to vary a lot. We spoke to a customer recently who has 3 products on Amazon using our barcodes. Amazon had just asked him for further proof of ownership for one of the barcode numbers but not the others. Apparently he was able to provide the proof needed (of ownership) and the problem was solved.
We don’t know where Amazon is heading with their barcodes policy. We hope they will be reasonable and allow people to list products using legitimate and verifiable barcode numbers (the ones we sell). However, it is possible that Amazon might go crazy and become more restrictive, and stop accepting our barcodes in the future – hopefully this won’t happen.We currently have thousands of customers using our barcodes on Amazon & they haven’t told us of any issues.
We have customers that are continuing to be able to use our barcode numbers to list their products on Amazon. We presume that is because if Amazon decides to check the numbers (and it is unclear whether they check many barcode numbers), then our barcode numbers can be seen on the GS1 database (hence showing that they are of GS1 origin – although the listing will show the original licensee) and also because our customers can list their product details alongside the barcode at www.barcodesdatabase.org , which also feeds to other databases … this helps our customers prove to Amazon that the barcode numbers are legitimate We can’t update the GS1 gepir database – no barcode resellers can do this – GS1-US don’t want any competition and hence won’t update this database.