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Why choose Good UPC Codes for purchasing UPC codes?
When purchasing UPC codes it’s important to go with a company who has a vast amount of knowledge and experience. According to data collected from 2012 – 2021 we are one of the Top 3 largest and most popular UPC seller companies worldwide. We have been verified by George Laurer(Inventor of the UPC Barcode) and we are active members with the Authenticated UPC Registration Directory. We have sold hundreds of millions of UPC barcodes to clients in over 175+ countries worldwide.
Are you an Amazon seller looking for UPC codes to use on Amazon?
Our UPC codes work great for Amazon! In fact, they work so well we actually GUARANTEE they will work for Amazon. Our UPC codes are specifically optimized to work on Amazon. We have over 15,000+ hours of customer service time logged with just assisting Amazon sellers alone with getting their UPC codes to work on Amazon.
Looking for UPC codes for online retailers such as Amazon, eBay, Jet.com, Walmart Marketplace, Google Shopping, Sears Marketplace, Buy.com (Now Rakuten.com) or Newegg?
Our UPC codes are specifically engineered to work perfectly for all online retailers. If an online retailer that you are working with requires for you to have UPC codes, then our UPC codes will work great for you. Our customers primarily use their UPC codes for selling their products on Amazon, eBay, Jet.com, Walmart online marketplace, Google Shopping, Sears online marketplace, Buy.com / Rakuten.com and Newegg. However, if you working with a different online retailer, then our UPC codes will still work great for you.
Are you using a multi-channel product data feed service provider such as Channel Advisor or Commerce Hub?
If you are currently using a multi-channel feed service provider you will be asked to provide a UPC code for each product that you sell. No matter which feed service provider that you choose to go with our UPC codes will be 100% compatible and will work for every online retailer that they work with so that you never run into problems down the road.
Google Shopping UPC Codes – GTIN Compatibility
Are you an advertiser who uses Google Shopping? Prior to 2015, Google Shopping did not require for you to enter a GTIN number for each product that you are advertising. In 2015 Google announced that they would be requiring UPC codes or GTIN’s for products under 50 different brand names. Then in 2016 they announced that they would be requiring GTIN’s for all products if you are targeting users in one of 12 different countries. GTIN stands for Global Trade Item Number or Global Trade Identification Number.
Are all UPC Codes equal? Is there a difference in the quality of UPC codes sold by other sellers?
Most buyers believe that all UPC codes are equal since they must originate from the same source. This seems to be a common assumption amongst UPC code buyers, but this is far from the truth. The quality of your UPC codes will be determined by the seller who you choose to do business with. We currently deploy over 10+ custom systems which are interconnected into the retail and online retailer systems where you will be using your UPC codes to ensure that all of your UPC codes are not only accepted, but have never been used previously before.
How Many UPC Codes do I Need?
The number of UPC codes that you will need to purchase will be dependent on 2 main factors. The first factor is how many UPC codes do you need right now? You will need 1 UPC code per product variation. What this means is that if your product varies in any way such as size, shape, color or any other factor, you’ll need 1 UPC code per product variation.
Why do I need to purchase UPC codes? What am I paying for exactly? How do UPC codes work?
In Short: You are technically paying for the licensing rights to be able to legally assign those UPC codes to your products. When you see a product for sale in a store, the UPC code on that product had to be purchased by the manufacturer in order to legally have the rights to that UPC code number. What you are technically paying for when you purchase UPC codes is the 12-digit UPC number itself. The traditional barcode image with the vertical lines that you see on products is called the barcode image. The barcode image is generated from the 12 digit UPC code number.
Perfect for Physical Retail Stores
If you are planning on purchasing UPC codes to put your products in physical retail stores you’ll also need master carton codes, also known as SCC-14 codes. Nearly every physical retail store will require for you to have a corresponding SCC-14 code for each product that you plan on selling in that retail store.