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1 Barcode $5.50 $5.00 ($5.00 each) Buy Now
5 Barcodes $15.00 $10.00 ($2.00 each) Buy Now
10 Barcodes $25.00 $15.00 ($1.50 each) Buy Now
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300 Barcodes $126.00 $90.00 ($0.30 each) Buy Now
500 Barcodes $150.00 $125.00 ($0.25 each) Buy Now
750 Barcodes $180.00 $165.00 ($0.22 each) Buy Now
1,000 Barcodes $230.00 $230.00 ($0.23 each) Buy Now
1,500 Barcodes $255.00 $225.00 ($0.15 each) Buy Now
2,000 Barcodes $300.00 $260.00 ($0.13 each) Buy Now
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3,000 Barcodes $390.00 $330.00 ($0.11 each) Buy Now
4,000 Barcodes $520.00 $440.00 ($0.11 each) Buy Now
5,000 Barcodes $550.00 $500.00 ($0.10 each) Buy Now
7,500 Barcodes $750.00 $675.00 ($0.09 each) Buy Now
10,000 Barcodes $900.00 $800.00 ($0.08 each) Buy Now
25,000 Barcodes $2000.00 $1750.00 ($0.07 each) Buy Now
50,000 Barcodes $3500.00 $3000.00 ($0.06 each) Buy Now
75,000 Barcodes $4500.00 $3750.00 ($0.05 each) Buy Now
100,000 Barcodes $5000.00 $4400.00 ($0.044 each) Buy Now
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All of your barcode numbers. You will be able to download them directly from your Speedy Barcodes account within a few minutes!
Both the UPC (for the United States and Canada) and the EAN (for the rest of the world) formats of your numbers for the same price.
A Certificate of Authenticity. This is your proof of ownership. It will show that Speedy Barcodes has transferred ownership of the barcodes you purchased from us to you or your company.
An Excel and a PDF spreadsheet of your barcode numbers. You can customize this spreadsheet to provide your company and product information to all of your vendors or retailers.
Digital barcode images for all of your barcode numbers in JPG, PDF and EPS formats automatically included for no additional charge. You can use the images to create your own labels or for printing directly on your product packaging.
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In the last few decades, shopping has really evolved. Previously shoppers all over the world had to do a time-consuming process to check item prices. Manufacturers and resellers went through the same process. Adding prices or tags to each item requires an ample amount of time. Now, things have changed. Perhaps, a huge contrast to what most people experienced in the past decade.

Since the pricing process has changed, the way people shop and sell their products has also changed. Now, customers can leave the store in mere seconds after shopping and receive the bill from the store. The reason behind this is the existence of barcode numbers. A barcode is a product lookup code that is made up of the lines and numbers that you see. There is no information hidden within the barcode. The majority of goods produced by manufacturers and products sold by retailers have a barcode attached to them either directly on the product label or by a sticker. Barcodes are for scanners connected to a computer that reads and tracks the price information of a product. This process enables the seller to make the receipt for the customer in the shortest possible time. Gone are the days when cashiers manually type product prices which used to consume a lot of time and also used to be a hassle for most customers.

When you go to a grocery store or open your refrigerator, chances are you will see that almost every product has a printed UPC barcode. In fact, almost every product in the United States has its own UPC barcode, whatever type of product it may be. So, what are UPC barcodes and what are they for?

Universal Product Codes, or simply known as a UPC, is a 12 digit number that appears on the majority of all United States products. These barcodes were originally intended to help grocery and department stores speed up their checkout process. Also, through these UPC barcodes, grocery stores were able to efficiently keep track of their inventory. The system quickly caught on with all other retail products because of its benefits. UPC barcodes were designed for mass circulation and tracking of products.

How to get a UPC barcode?
The first step in getting a UPC barcode is to determine exactly how many different products you have that need a barcode. Companies need different UPC barcodes for each and every product they have. Each barcode must be unique. Keep in mind any time you change something (color, size, scent, shape, quantity, etc.) about your product it then becomes a different product and needs its own barcode number. Once you know how many numbers you need the rest is simple.

The best way to start off if this is your first time making a purchase is to register for a free account. Once you have completed that step, you would then select the number of barcodes you wish to purchase and then go through the checkout process. When your order has been successfully placed, your web browser will automatically be redirected over to your account center on our website where after a very few minutes you will be able to download your order directly from our secure server. Once you have your numbers you can start using them right away!

A UPC barcode does not have any information about your product or the price hidden in it. You will need to provide your barcode number and product information to the stores that will be selling your products so they can manually enter the information into their database. The store is the one responsible for storing UPC barcode information along with the accompanying product price in their point of sale database.

All barcodes were originally issued by UCC/GS1-US.