QR Codes

A QR code links people to a particular website or webpage or gives them information.
If the QR code contains a website URL, then when a person scans the QR Code with their smartphone, their smartphone will be directed to that particular website URL. QR Codes are a popular way to advertise a new product or service. QR Codes can often be seen in magazines or on business cards, posters, billboards etc.
If the QR code contains information, such as names, phone numbers, email addresses, product information, etc., then when it is scanned, this information appears on the phone.

To ensure your physical QR code has a longer life span, we recommend programming your QR code with a QR redirect. This allows you to redirect your QR code to different links in the future, multiple times, without changing the physical QR code. It also allows you to monitor traffic from the QR code. Watch the video here that explains this in more detail.

Order your QR Code below:

  • QR Code (or other 2D Barcode)

    Decide how many QR codes you need, add that quantity to cart. Then at the checkout page enter the data or url you want encoded into the “additional information” box on the checkout page. Standard QR codes are made automatically and you will receive in 5 minutes. More complex QR codes such as v-business cards have to be made manually and take 1-12 hours.

    The QR code images will be emailed to you in 5 different formats (jpeg, eps, tiff, bmp & pdf).

    QuantityPrice per image
    1 $ 20 (1500 INR)
    2 $ 17 each (1250 INR)
    3 $ 14 each (1050 INR)
    4 $ 10 each (850 INR)
    10 + $ 5 each (380 INR)
    20 + $ 3 each (250 INR)

When making your order, please let us know what URL address (or other data) you want to be encoded into your QR Code.

We will email your QR Code to you in 5 different formats (jpeg, eps, bmp, pdf & tiff).

NOTE: If you require a different type of 2D barcode (instead of a QR code), please specify this when making your order. We can supply the following alternative types of 2D matrix barcodes:
– PDF417
– Data Matrix
– MaxiCode
– Aztec Code

QR Code Standard

How to use your QR Code

If a QR Code is printed onto a business card, it can be fairly small (e.g. 3 or 4 cm). However, if a QR Code is going to go on a billboard or poster – and people are going to scan it from a distance – then it will need to be much bigger (e.g. 1 metre wide). Let us know how big your QR Code needs to be when making your order.

If you have a long website address, your QR Code will need to be a bit larger (to scan well). Alternatively, you can use a URL shortener (e.g. goo.gl).

After you receive your QR Code, please test it to make sure it works well (and let us know if you’re having any problems).