Reporting digital sales: To get album sales on Bandcamp reported to music charts, you'll need a UPC. To get track sales reported, you'll need ISRCs for each track. In the good old days of compact discs, these codes were burned into a special track on your CD by a mastering engineer. On Bandcamp you can just add the codes along with the artwork, lyrics and other info on your release right in the track or album editor:
Reporting physical merch sales: If you’d like us to report sales of any physical formats (vinyl, cassettes, CDs) to the US and Canadian charts, you’ll need to enter a UPC/EAN code for the item in the merch editor:
When you add a UPC/EAN to a physical item with a download, we’ll report that sale to SoundScan when the order is marked as shipped. As of October 2020, Billboard no longer allows merchandise (t-shirts, tote bags, tickets, etc.) to be bundled with physical albums.
Outside of North America, physical sales are counted as digital sales, assuming the digital component has a valid UPC. ARIA Charts and NZ Music Charts report these sales when they are purchased, while the Official Charts (UK and Ireland), report these sales only when they are downloaded.