Stickers are great ways to show off the things and companies you love. They’re small, colorful, and if you get bored of one, you can peel it off and replace or cover it with another that you like even better.
The only thing better than a good sticker, is a FREE good sticker! Here we explore 80+ ways for you to get free stickers.
Why Would a Company Send You Free Stickers?
Many companies use stickers to increase brand awareness. By placing their stickers in as many places as possible, they become well known as suppliers of goods or services that people might need. When someone sees your sticker and goes to that company to buy something, the company makes money – far more money than the sticker cost them in the first place!
This works as a kind of marketing, or advertising. The company pays you by giving you a beautiful, free sticker to decorate your home, car, or whatever else you like, and the company benefits by gaining more customers and business. In this way, everybody wins.
Companies that send you free stickers just want to get the word out there – so why not drop them a line and get a free sticker now?
15 Companies that Send Free Stickers
Some of these companies have requirements for you to receive free stickers – like signing up for a newsletter or email blast – but since the newsletters contain news and deals on products we love, this is no hardship at all. Great deals and free stickers? Sign me up.
Here are some favorites.
Chaco is a trendy store that sells sandals and flip-flops, as well as hiking gear and accessories, and assorted items of clothing and accessories for everyday life – in style. They even have a section for dog gear! Even if you don’t own any of their clothing or gear, their stickers are a nice decoration and will be a good addition to your collection.
2. Southern Marsh
You can get free stickers from this cool clothing company, directly from their website. They sell clothing and accessories for every member of the family. Their accessories include hats, beach towels, bags and more. Have a look at their site, check out their looks, and come away with a free sticker.
Patagonia is a manufacturer of world-class outdoor apparel for mountaineering, outdoor adventuring, or just looking cool in your everyday life. Their ethos is simple: A guarantee does you no good if you’re hanging on the side of a mountain; keep your gear simple, and reliable. Their style is European and minimalist, but with great-looking colors you won’t find anywhere else.
You can get store catalogs of great gear, find out about new products and deals, and – yes – score some free stickers.
Free stickers are limited to one request per person every four months, but you’ll be pretty happy with what you get.
4. Coast Apparel
Coast Apparel sorts all your casual needs for dockside or fishing. Shorts, angler shorts, hoodies and accessories anchor the clothing line, but there is more to find on their site and in the stores. Take a look.
Get your free stickers by sending them a self-addressed, stamped envelope. This might seem like a hassle, but you’ll also have a relatively rare sticker for your trouble. If you sign up for their email list, they’ll even send you a coupon for 20% off.
A great deal in the store, and a cool sticker for the cost of a stamp and envelope!
Backcountry specializes in hiking and outdoor sports clothing and accessories. They will send you a sticker if you mail in a request. The Backcountry logo is a great design too, featuring a goat – very cool.
6. HeyBo Outdoors
HeyBo Outdoors is a hunting and fishing clothing store, but they also sell casual dress clothing and accessories.
Sign up for their mailing list and you may get a discount on your first order, as well as a cool sticker.
AFTCO stands for the “American Fish and Tackle Company” and, as you may have guessed, they sell fishing and sportswear and other gear.
They are a family-owned company, and will send you free stickers just for subscribing to their email list.
8. Weyhill & Wharf
Weyhill and Wharf specialize – and I mean really specialize – in oxford-style shirts. They don’t sell much else, but, they do also give away free stickers. Chances of other collectors having one from this obscure shirt seller? Not high.
Just fill out the contact form on their website, and include a sticker request in the comment section.
Osprey is one of the most popular and best-known companies for outdoor and travel gear. They have a sticker request page too, so it’s easy to find and receive some of the coolest stickers out there. The Osprey is a kind of falcon, and often features prominently on their stickers.
10. Hook and Tackle
Hook and Tackle sell fishing apparel, backpacks, and drink insulators – everything you want to be sure to have for a day on the water! If you’re an avid fisherman (or fisherwoman), or you just love the look of them, these are a sticker necessity.
Visit the Hook and Tackle sticker page and request your free stickers – they’re happy to send them and to spread the word about their great products.
Annie’s is a great organic food company and their famous cheddar bunnies are not only delicious and healthy, but they make great images for stickers too! Whether you’re into organic eating, or just want to add an item to your free sticker collection, Annie’s can help.
Support healthy eating in style; visit the Annie’s website and request a free sticker for your collection.
This company specializes in surfing and beach wear, and their stickers are cool and colorful. The brand is well known in certain circles and you might even get a little street cred (beach cred?) for displaying one of their colorful logos.
They’ll only ship free stickers to US addresses, but if you live somewhere else, you can have them sent to a friend and passed on to you through the mail.
13. PETA Kids
PETA stands for “People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals”, and is well known for its global efforts to prevent cruelty to animals. It’s not just adults that want to keep animals free from harm, and we all want our kids to grow up aware of animal welfare. PETA Kids stickers are a cool way of showing support and of letting people know that there is a kid’s branch of this activist organization.
PETA will even send your kids a free magazine called “The Kids’ Guide to Helping Animals”.
14. Southern Cross Apparel
Cool casual and sports apparel company, Southern Cross Apparel, asks only that you fill out their contact form and they’ll send you a free sticker. You can expect some marketing contact with them in the future, but with clothing that nice, you won’t mind at all.
15. Fish Hippie
It sounds like a fishing store, but it isn’t. Fish Hippie sells an unusual combination of casual and dress clothing and… wine. Sound peculiar? Maybe, but it’s a cool site and they have great stickers that they’ll give away for free, so check them out.
Other Companies that Will Send You Free Stickers
- Rome Snowboards
- Race Tech
- Properly Tied
- Wild Hat Company
- Make Life Count
- Ked Shoes
- ICANCHU Shoes
- Rails to Trails Conservancy
- I Crave Freebies
- Sweet Free Stuff
- Yo! Free Samples
- 3000 Free Goodies
- Go Freebies
- Just Free Stuff
- Free Stuff.com
- Totally Free Stuff
- Free Stuff Finder
- Free Stuff Times
- Mr. Free Stuff
- I Love Free Things
- Seriously Free Stuff
- Houston Astros
- Chicago White Sox
- Polar Bottle
- G8 Auto Parts
- Smith & Wesson
- Southern Girl Prep
- Mobile Bay
- Burton Snowboards
- Boreal Mountain Ski Resort
- In-N-Out Burger
- Teton Sports
- The Lucky Knot
- Haley and the Hound
- Southern Lure
- Pelican Coast Clothing Company
- Believe in the Word
- Hupy and Abraham – Watch for Motorcycles
- Rip Curl
- Bayview Prep
- The Lucky Knot
- Savage Race
- Watermark Plumbing
- Medico Athletics
- Fringe Sports
- Vinyl Disorder
- Over Under
- Sticker You
- Lauren James
- KSVC Radio
- Punisher Skateboards
- Freezer Labels
- Collared Greens
- Moose Tracks
- Sticker Mule
- Jadelynn Brooke
Tips for Getting Free Stickers
Most companies want to get their logos and images into as many places as they can, so even if they aren’t listed here, ask your favorite companies if they have stickers available. Many do, and many of those will be happy to give them to you for free – especially if you are an enthusiastic customer.
You can request stickers in person, through the mail, online, or with a phone call. When you contact the company, be sure to be polite, let them know that you love their products, and that you want to help them get the word out by displaying a sticker for them. If they have any available, they’re likely to respond well and send you one or more free ones!