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NFC Tag Stickers: 10x NTAG215 $7.97, 10x NTAG213 $4.50 & More + Free Shipping @ NFC-Tags

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EDIT 3 Hi All, I've now sold out of NTAG216 products. Considering how popular these were, I'll get some more after the Lunar New Year and do another deal!

EDIT 2 Hi All, thank you all very much for your support! My hands are getting sore from packing, but I have a few NTAG216 products left. I'll be selling them in lots of 10, they're back in stock on the website. Cheers!

EDIT Hi All, I'm running pretty low on NTAG216 stickers so I'm going to take them off the website until I can ensure I have enough to fulfil the existing orders. I have literally thousands more NTAG215 and NTAG213 though!

Hello OzBargain!

Some years ago, I used to sell NTAG203 stickers and they were well received on OzBargain. Technology has advanced, and I have started to sell NTAG213, NTAG215 and NTAG216 stickers. I have been selling on eBay for some time now, but started my own website to save on fees and offer you better prices!

All products are shipped from me in Brisbane via Australia Post. Often the orders are sent in letters, so please provide a street or PO box address. As far as I can see, my prices are the lowest (except when shipped direct from overseas). If you find the same product cheaper (shipped from within Australia) let me know and I'll try beat it!

Below is a list of all products I have available, use the code OzBargain10 for an extra 10% off! Any issues/questions, please comment or send me a message at [email protected]

Type Qty Price
NTAG213 1 $2.30
NTAG213 5 $3.50
NTAG213 10 $5
NTAG213 20 $9.20
NTAG213 30 $12.95
NTAG215 1 $2.40
NTAG215 5 $4.90
NTAG215 10 $8.85
NTAG215 20 $16.50
NTAG215 30 $24
NTAG216 1 $3.50
NTAG216 5 $4.60
NTAG216 10 $8.75
NTAG216 20 $16.50
NTAG216 30 $22.95

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  • +2 votes

    I use to purchase 100x NTAG215 for ~$30 delivered pre-covid from AliExpress. They have almost doubled in price now.

  • +4 votes

    What is the difference between NTGA213, NTGA215 and NTGA216?

    • +8 votes

      The difference is basically how much data can be stored on each chip. NTAG213 can hold 144 bytes, NTAG215 504 bytes and NTAG216 888 bytes.

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        216 is cheaper than 215 do you know whether the 216 works for amiibos or not

        • +2 votes

          They're cheaper because originally I bought them by accident, thinking they would be substitutes for NTAG215 stickers since there was a shortage. Turns out no, so for Amiibo's you need NTAG215.

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        This is probably a dopey question, but why buy the NTAG215 when the NTAG216 has bigger capacity and is cheaper?

        • +1 vote

          215 necessary for Amiibos use

      • +9 votes

        You'll never need more than 640kb

    • -1 vote

      1/2/3 depending on which you are comparing

    • +1 vote

      See here for a good explainer of these Type2 tags

  • +4 votes

    what can these be used for?

    • +7 votes

      There'll be others on here who can comment about what they use them for, but a lot of my customers use NTAG215 products to make Amiibo's (Animal Crossing mainly I think!), otherwise you can program commands so when your phone reads the tag it turns on the lights perhaps.

    • +4 votes

      i used to run short routines before like Bixby Routines and stuff like that. anywhere from short routines where the sticker was stuck to the underside of my bedside so my phone would go to mute and all that do not disturb crap to save battery life, then had one in my bathroom so i can initiate everything again in the mornings.

      I had ones that would pull from Tasker app and start timers so i can charge my powertool batteries, and some to turn on my lights…just simple stuff really but it was fun to do.

      tbh, i rarely use them now, but i also have a Wifi connection one so when people come over, they can tap it to log into my wifi.

      You want to get the largest storage you are comfortable with spending if you want room to play though…the small cheap ones are just useless irl.

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        Is the 213 enough for this sort of purpose?

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          tbh, you'll probably write like 1 thing with a chip that small. like i made one for my kids cash register to simulate "contactless payments" where it'd scan and pop-up a simple 'thank you for your payment' message and i needed to use the 213 tag.

    • +9 votes

      I use mine to turn on my PC - my PC is tucked away and the power button is out of reach, so I use my phone and an NFC Commands app to trigger WOL

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        I would be super keen if you could help me with the exact steps as to how to achieve this.

        Or any guides?

        Also which of these NFC tags should I buy to achieve exactly what you mentioned?

        • +8 votes

          Sure.

          I use an android phone. You'll also need to get wake on lan working if you haven't already. Can't help with that as it's a bit involved with your motherboard/PC and home network. Check for guides online.

          Once you have that working, I use the following apps:

          Writing to NFC tags: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wakdev.wdn...
          Wake on Lan: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.uk.mrwebb.w...

          If you're on iPhone, I can't help as I don't use iOS.

          Wake on Lan app has shortcuts which can be used by the NFC Tools app to write to the tag.

          As for which tag, I am not sure but I'd go for the NTAG215 as it can hold 504bytes. I just read my tag info, and it is taking up 155bytes of data.

          Hope that helps - message me here on this thread if you need more info.

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            @whaleoilbeefhooked: Damn I have an iPhone….and I am connected by wifi. My laptop setup in the home office does not have the data point to allow for a lan connection :(

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              @wmxc: It doesn't have to be a LAN cable - it's a packet of info sent over your network - WoWLAN - Wake on Wireless Lan.

              Check if your laptop has this. Then you'd need to configure it to work and get your iphone sending the packets.

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              @wmxc: I use Android myself but I understand that iPhones work better for NFC tags so you shouldn't have any trouble if you look it up.

    • +3 votes

      I have one of these in my car, to switch my phone into driver mode (which opens the Android Auto app) and turn on screen rotation (as I prefer landscape mode when navigating). A second tap reverts these two settings, back to normal.

  • +3 votes

    Mind posting any good DIY links or write ups on some applications these could be used for?

  • +5 votes

    For those who want to make Animal Crossing Amiibos you'll need NTAG215s.

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      Also work for Zelda.

  • +1 vote

    Now, can i cbf writing 30 amiibos just for bayonetta 2?

    I presume there's an easy app to write amiibo from an nfc phone?

    I dont do animal crossing.

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      Writing is fast, it finding the .bin files that is the issue.

      Kind of the grey area of legality.

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        I've always found it easy to get a nice repo of them with a quick google search.

    • +1 vote

      I've used Joycon droid but the Amiibo spoofing only works on some(mainly Samsung) phones. Well. That was last year so maybe it supports more phones.

    • +1 vote

      Tagmo is the app for Android.

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    Interesting.. are these the same sort of things that can be programmed and used like this to replace an apartment/garage fob? https://old.reddit.com/r/AppleWatch/comments/9k0c5b/life_hac...

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      With enough knowledge yes. Do you have low level programming skills?

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        Oh i wasn't planning to try and do the copying myself, would just take it down to the key cutting guy down the road that copies tags already and ask him to put it on one of these stickers if they work for that?

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          Seems hard but the amount of money you’re risking is small, just give it a go

  • +1 vote

    Really simple checkout process. Need these for a project I want to take to the boss. Cheers

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    can this be stuck on non-nfc phones and use them as Myki

  • +6 votes

    Can vouch for this seller, great experiences buying from him.

    • +2 votes

      Thank you! I'm assuming you've bought from my eBay store. Hope I can sell you them cheaper from my own site! Cheers

  • +1 vote

    watched a video for how to DIY Amiibos yesterday and found this deal today.:)

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    Are all of these compatible with iPhone? In my head I remember some types as not being compatible? I've been meaning to pick up some for awhile.

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      I have used them all with my iPhone X and haven't had a problem yet.

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      Can't vouch for these ones but I've put in an order. Other NTAG215s I've ordered off ebay worked with my iPhone X though.

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    I use these keyfobs, could these be used as an alternative?

    https://www.everythingid.com.au/rfid-key-fobs-c-4/mifare-cla...

  • +1 vote

    Loved NFC tags back in the day. But with the advent of google assistant, smart schedules etc I'm struggling to think of use cases. Regardless wish you all the best mate.

    • +1 vote

      Yeah, I bought a bunch back in the days I was running tasker routines on my phone. I think I found a used for 2, and now I just can't think of anything that would be useful to me…

  • +1 vote

    I am thinking about buying this to play with my smart home system (I am not playing Animal Crossing). Would you recommend the Ntag216 since it has more memory and cheaper? Thanks

    • +2 votes

      If you're after more memory then they're the way to go!

    • +1 vote

      Thanks, bought 30 Ntag216 tags :)

      • +1 vote

        Just realized that I bought without using the code…

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    are these waterproof?

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      I wouldn't want to have them in the pouring rain all day, but a splash or two shouldn't hurt them.

  • +2 votes

    We can seriously make our own Amiibos for $2.15? This is amazing :O

    • +1 vote

      I have bought the tag in credit card size, if you know ho to use softwares like indesign, you could basically print up some characters and have a "deck" of amiibo cards

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    Asking a newbie question here, are these rewritable? TIA :)

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    Where are these made in?

    • +3 votes

      They're manufactured in China, shipped from Brisbane.

      • -4 votes

        ewwww made in china

        • +2 votes

          Unfortunately (as far as I am aware) there are no NFC sticker manufacturers in Australia.

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    Do these work on iPhones? What are some practical use cases?

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      As long as your iPhone has NFC capabilities, then yes. A few other people have commented some uses if you peruse the comments. Thanks!

  • +1 vote

    Bought 5. Will decide what to do with it later lolll

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      Sounds like we think alike.

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      Same, but I bought 60.

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    NTAG216 is out of stock. Bought 10x NTAG215. This is new to me (will work out later how to use it lol ). Does anyone have a recommendation for an iPhone App (iPhone 12) that can do "Read" and "Write" to these? Thanks.

    • +2 votes
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        Thanks. Downloaded it. Did you get the pro version?

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          I didn’t but given it’s only $4.49, I might buy it. Use the free one to evaluate if you like it and if you’ll use the pro features

  • +1 vote

    Ordered! Thanks

  • +1 vote

    Can you write Amiibo (Zelda) code to the n215 tags using an Android handset with NFC?(S9+?)

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      I don't have an Android phone, but I can do it with my iPhone so I imagine you should be able to.

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      Yes. The app is called Tagmo.

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        What is the point of all this amibo spoofing? I have a switch. Does it help with anything other than unlocking in game content eg skins, characters etc?

        Ps OP I bought one of your starter packs all those years ago :)

        • +2 votes

          They do what an Amiibo does, except at 85c a pop. Not sure what you're expecting them to do other than unlocking content.

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    Zero experience with these. Ok they store some bytes, but how does the phone/nfc reader know what do with the data on the tag? The usage examples show it being used for changing phone settings, turning off alarms, making phone calls, turning on hots spots, storing pet details (accessible by the vet?), sharing Wi-Fi passwords, sending the user to a website.

    Some of those things sound like they need to be setup on each phone you want that to work on? Some sound like they will instruct anyone's phone to do those things without any setup required. They would just ask the user to confirm permission to make a call or permission to go to the website?

    Are they all compatible with any phone with NFC? Wondering if I can use this to make a digital geocache, among other things.

    • +1 vote

      The phone reads the data on the tag and then it decides what to do with it based on the type of data (which you need to write to the tag first). For some things you need to install an app (for example change settings, turn off alarm etc) but for other things (like share wifi details, connect bluetooth, storing pet details, sending user to a website) no app is needed. Also some actions like making phone calls it will fill in the phone number but you need to to press call.

      In terms of compatibility I have not got it to work properly with an iPhone without installing an app (tried on iPhone 8), but works fine on Android.

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        That's very helpful, thanks

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    Do you have these nfc tags in plastic cards instead of stickers? Also, can you get some Desfire EV3 8K tags? I need them because they have better security and bigger memory compared to ntag series.

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      Hi there,

      Unfortunately no I don’t have any cards at the moment. I could probably source the tags you’re after, depending on how many you want.

      Thanks!

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        I'm only after around 10-20. Willing to pay around $2 per piece. I would prefer if they were in plastic cards.

        • +1 vote

          Thanks for getting back to me. To be honest I would have to buy quite a large amount and I don’t believe they’re as popular, I won’t be able to help you on this one sorry.

  • +1 vote

    Cheers, I got 2 lots to have a play with for the storage shelves. Should be fun

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP! got 5 215s to play around with

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    I'm very interested in using these for asset tagging (instead of barcodes).

    Do you recommend as specific tag for this?

    Do any of these tags work with iPads?

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    Just received them, the 215s. I've got the iPhone 12 Pro. Downloaded a few apps to try to read and write, and it doesn't seem to work. Are these tags Android-specific?

    Edit: Got it to work with one of the iOS apps, but the success rate is like 1 in 5? Also, it doesn't work if it is not without the app. How do I get it work all the time, flawlessly, without an app? Thanks!

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      Hi there,

      They're definitely not Android specific, I use them on my iPhone X all the time to make Amiibo's and am yet to have one fail. I know iPhone's can be fiddly with where the tag is placed on the back of the phone, make sure it's near the NFC reader.

      Hope this helps!