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Can someone give me upc codes for these dvds?

Can someone give me upc codes for these dvds? Topic: Case search codes
June 19, 2019 / By Debra
Question: I trade dvd movies on an online media swap site that requires entering the upc code of the item being offered for trade. However, I have 3 dvds I wish to trade that do not have upc codes on them so, if any of you own these dvds, would you give me the upc codes off the back of the cases? Thanks! I appreciate it! Wes Craven's New Nightmare A Nightmare on Elm Street 2/Freddy's Revenge A Nightmare on Elm Street 5/The Dream Child I appreciate your effort, Cody B, but upc codes have 12 numbers with no letters. Still, I went ahead & tried your code on my swap site & it didn't post. Maybe you've given me the ISBN code instead? Thanks anyway!
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Brittani Brittani | 3 days ago
Do a web search for "Find UPC Codes" You'll get a couple pages of various sites to read through & I'm sure several sites will charge a fee but maybe some others won't.
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