Amazon Bar Codes


Amazon Barcodes

10 Barcodes for $18.00

At Brown Box Suppliers our main goal is to provide Amazon FBA sellers with products they can make money with.

However as entrepreneurs get deeper into the Amazon FBA business model the need to secure bar codes for some products, bundling and private label methods will become more obvious.

We are not in the bar code business, however we do offer 10 bar codes for only $18.00 for our members who are just getting started and don’t want to make a large investment in few hundred bar codes as they are learning the Amazon FBA business model.

Please don’t ask us to sell you 5 bar codes, or 20.  We have one package available and one only designed for new Amazon FBA sellers and to support our Brown Box and OAU members.



10 Amazon Bar Codes for $18.00
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  • All 10 of your barcode numbers will be emailed to you individually within 24 hours.


  • Both the UPC (for the United States & Canada) & the EAN(for the rest of the world) formats on each of your bar codes numbers for the same price.


  • The barcode is assigned to you and or your company exclusively and there will never be a renewal fee, or hidden fee of any kind.


  • An Excel & PDF spreadsheet of your barcode numbers. You can personalize this spreadsheet to provide your company and product information to all of your vendors or resellers.


  • No hidden charges or fees. Once you buy your barcodes that’s it! There are no renewal fees, no membership fees, and your barcodes will never expire.

Once again, we are not in the Bar Code business!  At Brown Box Suppliers we offer this as a service to help our members jump start their business with as little cash out of their pocket as possible. 

In the past two decades or so, 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 completely 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 barcodes. In the event that you were living under a rock in the past years, 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.

Online Shopping and Amazon Barcodes The invention of the Internet has dramatically changed the way people shop. Perhaps, one of the most popular online retails stores is Amazon. Through the years, Amazon has been considered as the most reliable online retail store by most online consumers. Also, most retailers have found success in marketing their products through Amazon. Barcodes have also played an integral part in marketing a product in Amazon.

As sellers and marketers, we normally sell products under a certain brand and most of these products already have their respective UPC barcodes. However, there are instances where we create the product ourselves and this is where we need a barcode. When you create a new product page on Amazon, you will be asked with the details of the UPC barcodes of your products. For amateur Amazon marketers, seeing that the product they are trying to market doesn’t have a UPC barcode, panic sets in and oftentimes, they give up on the idea of marketing the product on Amazon.

However, there is a solution to this. There are companies that offer Amazon barcodes for a fraction of the cost. You can buy thousands of barcodes from these companies or you can also buy a single barcode for one of your products. This is much cheaper than acquiring your barcodes from GS1. GS1 usually charges an initial fee of $760 for 100 or fewer barcodes and the renewal fees start at $150 and go up based on the annual sales of your products. For start-up retailers, the fees are too expensive. This is where Speedy Barcodes comes in handy because we sell our barcodes at affordable prices.

How to Use Amazon Barcodes Once you have successfully completed your barcode purchase you will be redirected over to your account center on our website. When the barcode package is generated and ready for download, you will see a Download Order button. You will download your barcode number(s) and digital artwork directly from our secure server. As soon as you have them you can start using them. It’s as simple as that. These codes will always belong to you forever and you will never have to pay any renewal fees.