Step Four: Obtain Printed Barcode Labels
Some companies to inadvertently print labels and packaging before starting the UPC barcode process. Consequently, printed barcode labels can be used to apply to non-barcoded items. The expense of the printing equipment, software, and training is normally a constraint for generating labels in-house.
For companies who do not immediately need .eps barcode files, a credit towards printed barcode labels may substituted for the GS1 UPC Barcode Service. Based on the quantity of barcodes selected, a stated credit will be applied so labels can be obtained at www.orderbarcodes.com .
|Number of Items||Prefix License||GS1 Barcode Service||Total Fee||Label Credit|
|1 -10||$250||$150||$400||$150 credit||SELECT|
|1 – 100||$750||$250||$1,000||$250 credit||SELECT|
|1 – 1,000||$2,500||$1,000||$3,500||$1,000 credit||SELECT|
|1 – 10,000||$6,500||$2,000||$8,500||$1,500 credit||SELECT|
|1 – 100,000||$10,500||$2,500||$13,000||$2,000 credit||SELECT|
Watch The Video For An Overview Of The Process
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