Who would have thought that companies everywhere are giving away free stickers? Honestly, when I first started researching for this article I was convinced all I would find was free stickers for kids.
However, you might be surprised to learn that all kinds of companies send free stickers to kids and adults alike.
I’m guessing it has a lot to do with promoting their businesses, but either way the result is free stickers for anyone willing to contact the company and ask for them.
Each company has different requirements for obtaining the free stickers. Some may simply require you send an email and ask them. Others might request you send a SASE (Self-addressed stamped envelope) with a certain amount of postage attached.
Whatever the case, there is usually very little work required on the part of the recipient who wants the stickers. Why would someone want free stickers, you might ask?
Often, brand-loyal shoppers might like free stickers to show how much they like a certain brand. Parents and educators may want free stickers in order to reward kids for good behavior or to provide an outlet for creative entertainment.
When my oldest daughter was little we spent a lot of cash on stickers. For some odd reason, she liked plastering them all over her dad’s face while he sat watching TV.
The stickers provided two-fold benefits for our family: they would entertain her for hours on end as she covered her dad’s face with them, and I’ve got blackmail pictures to use against my hubby on those occasions when he’s not keeping up on his honey-do list.
Seriously though, if you like stickers for whatever reason, here are some companies that will send you free stickers as long as you meet their requests on how to get them.
Billabong is a clothing and accessory company that specializes in surfing and beach wear. They sell items such as t-shirts, tank tops and board shorts (long shorts that are often worn for surfing – yes, I had to look that up on Wikipedia. Don’t judge. I’m from Minnesota.)
They also sell backpacks, sunglasses, sandals and other beach-type accessories. To get your free sheet of Billabong stickers, go here. U.S. addresses only.
If you like to eat organic you may have heard of Annie’s. Annie’s specializes in making organic processed foods that are actually quite delicious.
Two of their big sellers are the Annie’s Mac and Cheese and their Cheddar Bunnies (similar to Goldfish). We used to buy Annie’s a lot as a healthy alternative to more common similar items.
It felt good knowing I could give my kids the snacks they wanted without all of the chemicals, etc. Here’s a link to send for one of several Annie’s stickers.
3. PETA Kids
The non-profit PETA organization (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has a sub organization called PETA Kids that focuses on sharing information on protecting animals in a kid-friendly way and will send kids a free magazine entitled The Kids’ Guide to Helping Animals.
The magazine shares tips for kids on how to protect wildlife, buy cruelty-free products and more. Along with the informative articles, the PETA Kids magazine also includes puzzles, quizzes and free stickers.
Here’s the link to request the free PETA Kids magazine with stickers.
RVCA is a sports apparel shop that specializes in “transcending the boundaries of traditional action sports apparel.”
In searching their website, they actually sell a wide variety of casual clothing and not only sports/action wear.
I was pleasantly surprised at the number of styles they sold and the tasteful designs. If you like RVCA clothing, you can get brand name stickers from RVCA for free by going here.
5. In-N-Out Burger
I found a few different websites that said that In-N-Out Burger will give free stickers for those who ask. In-N-Out Burger is an iconic fast food chain that’s been around since 1948.
In-N-Out Burger fans swear by their burgers, fries and other foods, which the restaurant website contributes to making “the old-fashioned way”.
They’ve got restaurant locations in Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon, Texas and Utah. You can either stop into a store location and ask for free stickers, or use their website contact page to request free stickers.
Patagonia is a store that specializes in outdoor and active wear clothing and gear. They sell everything from wetsuits to snow and ski apparel to board shorts.
They also sell sleeping bags, travel bags, water bottles and more. If you go to the Patagonia contact page, you’ll see a list where you can request a few different items such as store catalogs or, yes, free stickers.
Know that the sticker requests are limited to one request every four months per person.
Cotopaxi also sells active wear for outdoor type activities. In their online store you’ll find jackets, t-shirts, tank tops, shorts and more, as well as a variety of outdoor gear items including backpacks and laptop cases.
The Cotopaxi logo is a llama, and they will send you a free llama sticker upon request. Just follow this link to the Cotopaxi website.
8. Southern Cross Apparel
Southern Cross Apparel sells some really attractive casual and sports clothing. I could see myself spending serious amounts of cash on their t-shirts, hats and sweatshirts.
They also sell polo shirts and some accessories as well. To get a free sticker from Southern Cross, simply fill out their contact form.
MooseJaw sells clothing apparel, footwear, hiking and camping gear and more. They sell climbing equipment and snow activity equipment and apparel too.
The company has a really expansive list of items you can buy if you like outdoor sports or if you just like to wear nice looking outdoor sports type clothing.
If you ask via their contact form, Moosejaw will send you free stickers. I’m not sure what they look like, but the contact form quote says “My favorite is the Mother’s Day sticker”. That could be interesting.
10. Southern Lure
Why is it that the sports apparel companies are so great about sending out free stickers to people? Southern Lure has a really cool sticker logo that they send out upon request.
And if you’re interested in shopping, they sell some great casual style hats, t-shirts, polo shirts, swim shorts for guys and more.
Medi-Badge is a company that sells stickers, lollipops and other goodies that businesses such as dental offices, doctor’s offices, teachers or dance instructors may use.
They also give away one FREE roll of stickers with every order. If you find something on the site that you’d buy anyway, this could be a great way for you to get free stickers.
Dakine is a sporting goods store that sells a wide variety of sports apparel, such as snowboard/skiing jackets and pants, bike shorts and jerseys, board shorts and more.
They also sell a host of sporting accessories including coolers, handbags, totes and travel kits. Many, many items to choose from if you’re into snowboarding, surfing, biking or similar sports.
To get your free Dakine stickers, just send a self-addressed stamped envelope to the address below.
Attn: Sticker Request
603 Portway Ave
Hood River, OR 97031
13. Rip Curl
Rip Curl also sells sports apparel as well as casual every day wear apparel. They even sell surf watches and snow accessories such as gloves and hats.
In the past Rip Curl would send free stickers upon request. The company no longer answers requests for free stickers, however they do include a free sticker pack with every purchase. If this is a company you would buy from, you can get free stickers from Rip Curl simply by making a purchase.
Chaco’s is a name-brand store that sells fashionable outdoor sandals and flip flops. If you like to summer hike fashionably, you’ll find some really cool stuff for sale on their website.
The company also sells other types of hiking gear and accessories, such as hats, socks, belts, bags and they even have a dog gear section.
To get a free Chaco sticker, go here.
Zumiez sells a wide variety of fashion apparel as well as sports equipment including skateboards, snowboards, snowboarding boots, jewelry, accessories and more.
The company will give you free stickers one of two ways: you can get free stickers simply by stopping into any store location, or you can send them a self-addressed stamped envelope if you don’t want to make the trip to a store, and they’ll mail free stickers to you.
It sounds like they send a variety of different types of stickers ranging from skate stickers to bumper stickers to locker or bedroom stickers.
The website also says that the sticker packs change each season and implies that customers are welcome to send multiple requests for free stickers.
16. Sticker You
Sticker You is a company that sells stickers, decals and other items. Upon request the company says they’ll send you free sticker samples along with a catalog if you’d like.
Just go to the Sticker You About Page and fill out the form to get your free stickers.
17. Hook and Tackle
Hook and Tackle is a store that sells a variety of different types of fishing apparel. They sell items for both men and women, such as:
- Performance fishing t-shirts
- Casual fishing t-shirts
- Fishing shorts
- Water shorts
- Fishing hats and caps
- Fishing backpacks and drink insulators
And more. The company will send you free stickers upon request if you visit the Hook and Tackle free sticker page.
18. Fish Hippie
Fish Hippie is another company that will send a free sticker upon request. They have a cool logo too, so that means a cool free sticker.
If you’re interested in shopping there, they sell a nice mix of casual and dress items, including casual dress shirts, baseball caps, performance hoodies and wine. Yes, I said “wine”. Interesting combination of items but honestly, it’s a really cool site.
If you like outdoor activities you may have heard of Osprey. Osprey is one of the more well-known retailers of backpacks and travel bags for a variety of activities.
They sell hiking backpacks, travel bags, snowboarding and skiing backpacks, duffel bags, child carriers and more.
You can get free stickers from Osprey by going to their sticker request page.
20. Lauren James
Lauren James is a store that sells women’s clothing and accessories. They sell collegiate wear, outerwear, holiday wear, bridesmaid dresses and more.
They also sell accessories such as journals and planners, blankets and drinkware. For your free Lauren James sticker, go to their website.
21. Punisher Skateboards
I probably don’t have to tell you that Punisher Skateboards sells skateboards. They also sell helmets and other gear as well.
For your free Punisher Skateboards stickers, just fill out a form on their website.
22. Freezer Labels
Freezer Labels is a company that produces stickers and labels that have an adhesive that will hold up to the coldest of temperatures.
If you go to their website, you can get free sticker samples of a design they choose, or free blank sticker samples that you can print yourself from home.
23. Sticker Mule
Sticker Mule is a site that manufactures stickers for businesses and individuals. They will occasionally offer free sticker packs on the site. However, they always send out sample packs of 9 stickers for $1.
As a bonus, if you are considering using your custom hand-made designs for making your own stickers, Sticker Mule will also send you a custom sample pack with your own design; 10 stickers for $9 with free two-day shipping.
If you just want some freebie stickers for fun (or cheap) or if you want to play around with designing your own stickers, this could be a good company to contact.
Sites that Will Keep You Updated on Free Sticker Offers
Along with the sites mentioned above that send out free stickers directly from their companies, there are several freebie sites that post new free sticker offerings whenever they come out. I’ll share a few of them here.
Sweet Free Stuff
Sweet Free Stuff is a freebie site that shares links to companies willing to send free stickers, as well as sharing the scoop on freebies such as free samples, free baby stuff, free books, free birthday stuff and more.
They also share links to freebies for pet items, health and beauty, and free food items, as well as sharing coupons and information about giveaways.
I Crave Freebies
I Crave Freebies is another freebie site that shares information on how to get free stickers. Among other categories they have for getting free stuff, you can find out how to get free items such as:
- Free admissions and tickets to events
- Free baby and kid stuff
- Free beauty samples
- Free CDs and DVDs
- Free cash back offers
- Free cleaning products
And more. They also share info on current sweepstakes happenings and share coupons and other great deals you might find of interest.
VonBeau.com seems to deal in sharing info about how to get free stickers and other free stuff as well. Categories on their site include free samples in the area of men’s stuff, women’s stuff, magazines, kid’s stuff, health, food and pet stuff.
They also share coupon information and sweepstakes info.
Yo! Free Samples
This is a freebie site I hadn’t heard of before, but they’ve got lots of great information there. Along with a free sticker section, Yo! Free Samples shares information on wedding freebies, entertainment freebies, household samples, health samples, free food, free clothes and more.
The site also features a savings blog, contest and giveaway information and Amazon promo codes.
Seriously Free Stuff
Seriously Free Stuff is a pretty popular freebie site that share info on free stickers among other things. FYI, I found a lot of free sticker info on this site that wasn’t common on many of the other sites I checked.
Along with free sticker info, the site shares links to free health stuff, free food samples, free beauty samples, free home stuff, and they share links to sweepstakes information as well.
Free Stuff Times
Free Stuff Times is another popular freebie site that has a free sticker category. You’ll also find information there about contests and giveaways, coupons, hot deals and a host of freebies including free samples in the areas of baby stuff, food samples, beauty samples, eBooks, magazines and more.
Mr. Free Stuff
Mr. Free Stuff is a freebies website that shares information on how to get free samples. Although they don’t have a clear tab on their categories bar for free stickers, I did find some free stickers when I did a search of the site.
Freebies.com didn’t have a specific category for free stickers either, but had search results indicating they do share free sticker info on their site.
This is a good reminder that although a site might not blatantly advertise what they either directly give away free stickers or that they share information about other companies that give away stickers, but it never hurts to do a search to find out.
I Love Free Things
The I Love Free Things site shares quite a bit of information about free giveaways. They do have a separate category on their home page that shares about companies giving away free stickers, and I’ve linked to that at the beginning of the paragraph.
The site also shares how you can get free stuff for babies, free beauty products, free clothing, free food samples and more.
Freebies.org is like most other freebie site links we’ve shared here. I did have to search to find the “free stickers” category.
There’s an abundance of other freebie information on this site as well, pertaining to a host of categories such as health and beauty, household products, books and magazines, pet products, birthday freebies and more.
Free Stuff Finder
Free Stuff Finder was one of those sites that had some links to free sticker giveaways that I hadn’t seen on many other sites.
There’s lots of other shopping and saving information on the site as well.
Totally Free Stuff
Totally Free Stuff is one of the longest standing freebie sites, started in 1998. When I did a search for “free stickers” on the site it populated a list of available free stickers.
This comprehensive and easy-to-use freebie site shares offers for free pet stuff, health and beauty stuff, home and garden stuff, electronics items, free food samples and more.
Just Free Stuff
Just Free Stuff has an attractive website that’s easy to use. All of the freebie categories – including the free sticker category – are listed on the left sidebar, making your favorite freebies easy to find.
Some of the categories this site had that I didn’t see on many other freebie sites included free printables, free postcards, free games and free software items.
3000 Free Goodies
3000 Free Goodies isn’t the most attractive site you’ll find for getting free stickers, but it’s easy to use and has a lot of information on it. Here’s the link to their free sticker information.
There is a LOT of information on this site for those of you who really love getting free stuff.
Go Freebies is one of the more popular free giveaway sites and it shares a lot of great information. You’ll have to do a free stickers search to get the list of available free stickers on the site, but it was worth the trouble when I did my search as it returned quite a few results.
Free Stuff.com was another one of those sites where I had to work a bit to find their information on free stickers. There were quite a few links on the site for free stickers.
Free stickers are fun to get for both kids and adults alike. If you like stickers, this list will help you make sure you get dozens of them, and most are accessible by simply sending an email or letter request.
Have fun getting your free stickers, and sharing them with others as well!
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