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Why choose InstantUPCCodes.com 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 - 2015 we are one of the Top 3 largest and most popular UPC assignment websites 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 tens of millions of UPC barcodes in over 100+ countries worldwide. You can view a full list of the countries that we have done business with here: Full List of Countries Where Our Customers Use Their UPC Codes
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. To answer this question using an example we like to use T-shirts. Imagine that you own a T-shirt company and that you have 5 colors in 5 different sizes. The answer to this example is 25 since 5 multiplied by 5 = 25 UPC codes. 5 different colored T-shirts in 5 different sizes are considered to be 25 different products. The second factor that you need to determine is how many products will you be considering adding to your inventory within the next 12 months. The reason for this is because we recommend purchasing the amount of UPC codes that you forsee using within the next 12 months. The reason for this is because it is more cost effective to purchase a larger UPC package since the cost per each UPC code is less. While we make much more profit on smaller UPC code orders, we like to look out for our customers to help them obtain their UPC codes at the best prices. To read the full artice on how many UPC codes that you need, please go here: How Many UPC Codes Do I Need?
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. Each vertical line of a barcode image translates to a number from 0-9. When a cashier in a retail store goes to scan the barcode of a product, the barcode scanner is reading the vertical lines of the barcode image and converting those back into the UPC code number. Once this number is entered into the cashier's computer, the main store database sends back the data such as the price and name of the product. Without barcodes on products, imagine how long it would take to get through the checkout process? The invention of the UPC barcode has made the checkout process MUCH faster. Keep this in mind: The UPC code number (12 digits) is what you are paying for. The barcode graphics that you see on products is converted from the actual UPC code number. If you are caught illegally using a UPC number that doesn't belong to you, you are opening up yourself/company to a lawsuit from the owner of that UPC code. UPC codes are licensed from either a UPC reseller or GS1. Read the full version of how UPC barcodes work here: How UPC Codes Work?
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We are asked on a daily basis from customers who are deciding on obtaining their UPC codes through GS1 or through us. The biggest factor to remember is that if you are planning on obtaining your UPC codes through GS1 is that they are "leasing" the UPC codes to you. When purchasing with GS1, you must continue paying your annual renewal fee or you will no longer have the rights to legally use those UPC codes. When purchasing with us, you "own" the UPC codes and there are NO renewal fees whatsoever. These are not the only factors in deciding who you should go with to obtain UPC codes for your products, please read the full article here: GS1 Vs. InstantUPCCodes.com
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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. Retail stores do not accept single items into their inventory unless it's a large item such as a trampoline or a powerwheels car. Therefore, you MUST have an SCC-14 code for the cases of products that are delivered to retail stores. Master carton or SCC-14 codes go on the outside cases of your products so they can be scanned into inventory in these stores. The store database will keep the quantity that each one of your cases holds. Then when a store clerk scans in each case, it updates the store inventory with the new quantities. The SCC-14 master carton code is a code that is converted from your UPC code number. The SCC-14 goes on the case of products and inside the case are the individual products with the corresponding UPC code. Is is important to understand that SCC-14 master carton codes work in conjunction with each other. Nearly ALL UPC resellers do not offer the ability to sell you SCC-14 master carton codes, which means you'll need to purchase with a company like us who offers them. We offer an affordable service to convert your UPC code to the corresponding SCC-14 master carton code which also includes all digital artwork in vector EPS and JPEG file formats. To learn more about our SCC-14 codes, please go here: Buy SCC-14 Master Carton Codes