FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Barcodes (or bar code) is a set of unique numbers that can represent a unique image that is machine-readable. These numbers are commonly used to store product information. The two most commonly used Barcodes are the 12-Digit UPC codes and the 13-Digit EAN (European Article Number) codes. (Contact Us)
“Barcoding” started in the 1970s by George Laurer in the USA. The first system was called UPC or Universal Product Code. Barcodes were first to use to organize the multiple food products spawning in the country. In time, more and more industries adapted UPcCto better organize their products.
An EAN (European Article Number). Also known as (International Article Number) Is the barcode system used outside of Canada and the United States. The only difference between EAN and UPC codes is EAN consists of 13 digits and UPC consists of 12.
Yes. Our UPC/EAN barcodes are suitable for use on any retail product.
All orders of Barcodes from Unique Product Codes comes with the following:
1. Barcodes in EAN-13 Excel Format
Yes. our barcodes are valid for online retail registration in Amazon and eBay.
One for each product. Remember that you will need a barcode for each variation too. So if you are selling a T-shirt you will need a code for every colour, size, and style. Buy a few extra just in case you have more products down the line.
None at all. Our barcodes works worldwide.