76 Companies That Give Out Free Stickers

Companies love to hand out free stickers. All you need to do is ask!

And I rounded up 76 different companies for you to check out.

Whether you’re a scrapbook artist, or a serious sticker collector who keeps these free stickers on an album, wall, or any typical spot like the fridge or car, I hope you’d find this massive list of free stickers a goldmine.

Before you go crazy with the hundreds of free stickers to behold, know that this list is exclusive to anyone living in the United States only.

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How to Get Free Stickers

Obtaining free stickers is easy. Many companies willingly give these to people as part of their advertising efforts. Companies hope that the people who receive their stickers post them somewhere visible (like a car) to serve as free advertising, or talk about the free stickers on their blog and social media.

The difference lies in the sticker request process and if you need to shoulder shipping fees (or not).

You can get free stickers via:

  • a request form on a company website
  • email (send an email with “sticker request” as topic and put in writing that you want to receive a sticker, along with your home address)
  • magazines and product catalog (sometimes, companies mail catalogs and magazines directly to your doorsteps and include free stickers in it)

Whichever way you request to get free stickers, the ending remains the same: you’ll receive the stickers by mail.

In some cases, you’d have to shoulder the shipping fee by paying them anywhere from $2 to $10. Some companies ask that you send a self-addressed, self-stamped envelope to their HQ instead and they’ll put a sticker in there before sending the envelope back.

Sticker Collector List: Companies that Send Free Stickers

If sending payment for shipping fees, or a self-stamped envelope doesn’t bother you, you can request free stickers from all the companies below.

But if you’d rather get stickers completely without charge, I grouped them so you wouldn’t have to be annoyed by “hidden charges.”

Companies that give them away totally free usually ask you to register to their newsletter, join a program, or answer a quick survey in exchange for the freebie.

Completely Free

While you’re here, sign up with these two companies. They are regularly looking for your opinions on brands and you can actually get free stuff (including stickers) sent right to your door! On top of that, you will get paid for telling them what you think. It’s win-win.

  • Toluna Influencers – Work directly with companies like Nike, Samsung, Amazon, and Disney to improve their product lines.
  • Survey Junkie – Get paid CASH to share your thoughts on some of the world’s biggest brands.

On to the rest!

Free Stickers from Organizations

  • Alzheimer’s Association – Fill up this form to receive “The End of Alzheimer’s Starts with Me” sticker.
  • PETA KIDS – Sign up for the PETA kids newsletter and receive adorable animal-friendly stickers free.
  • ASPCA – If you sign The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals pledge, you’ll receive a free emergency pet alert sticker for your car window.
  • Autism Moms Know Safety (AMKS) – Request a 20-piece safety kit that includes a bunch of free stickers for autism families.
  • Ducks Unlimited – Subscribe to the world’s leader in wetlands and waterfowl conservation newsletter for your own duck decal for free.
  • Generate Kindness – This non-profit org doesn’t have much funds, so the availability of free stickers depend on their current finances.
  • Human Rights Campaign – Sign-up to be updated with HRC events, and receive an ‘EQUALITY’ sticker as well.
  • Military Times – Request for ‘Support our Troops’ stickers from this page. They have stickers specific for army, air force, marine corps, navy and military support.
  • Partners in Health – If you believe in health care as a human right, this sticker will be a great fit.
  • Shark Love – Learn everything about shark-saving and ask for a free sticker as well.
  • Soils.org – Do you want “I (heart) Soil” stickers? Fill in your details here.
  • Together We Rise – This org helps children in foster care. Supporting them is always a good idea. Enter your details to receive free stickers and info to future events.
  • Wife.org – Subscribe to Wife.org’s newsletter to get “A Man is Not a Financial Plan®” Bumper Sticker.

Food and Restaurants

  • Annie’s Homegrown, Inc. – Opt into this organic food company’s newsletter to receive your cute bunny-centered stickers.
  • Chipotle – You need to email the company, but they do send stickers by mail.
  • Coca-Cola – Send Coke an email or call them at 1-800-GET-COKE for free Coca Cola themed stickers and posters.
  • JerkYourMeat – If you love meat jerky, put it in stickers! Just fill out the form and wait for yours.
  • Moose Tracks Nation – Receive free tickers from this ice cream brand, but you’d have to register on their newsletter.
  • Dr. Pepper – Request for stickers via the consumer feedback form.
  • Jelly Belly – There’s no sticker-request page available, but the company reportedly sends stickers to those who send an email requesting one.
  • Pepsi – There’s a not-so-secret tip by fellow sticker collectors that when requesting a sticker from Pepsi, include your mailing address because they don’t reply anymore, but send the sticker directly to the requester’s home.
  • Chobani – They have been known to hook people up with coupons and stickers. All you have to do is ask.

Shoes & Clothing Brands

  • Adidas – Send an email requesting for Adidas stickers. 
  • Patagonia – This activewear, skiwear and watersports wear brand gives away free stickers if you join its email list.
  • Moosejaw – Gives away stickers if you send a request, but they’re very quick to run out, so check back regularly to get first dibs.
  • BackCountry – This outdoors apparel company opens up their mail box quarterly and gives away free “Goat” stickers.
  • Bayview Prep – The online clothing store admits there’s a backlog, but there will always be sticker freebies for those who send in requests or order anything from the site.
  • Broaden Surf – You’d have to register first and indicate your mail address to receive a surfing-related sticker.
  • Buddha Pants – You have to check out and “order” the sticker pack, but it’s always priced at zero
  • American Fish and Tackle Company (AFTCO) – The fishing gear and clothing company sends 100% free stickers, but they arrive up to 6 weeks.
  • Life is Good – Just fill up the form and tell them you love the brand while asking for a sticker.
  • The North Face – There’s no specific form for stickers, but if you e-mail them and ask nicely, there’s a big chance you’ll receive North Face stickers.
  • Southern Girl Prep – Connect to the company’s Facebook or Instagram accounts to receive a free sticker.
  • The Lucky Knot – Fill up this form and wait for your stickers. Available even for non-US and non-Canada residents.
  • Keds – Available only to US consumers, join Keds newsletter to get your own Keds stickers.
  • Marsh Wear – This outdoorsy clothing company gives away free stickers, but it could take up to 6 weeks to deliver.
  • ICANCHU – Italy-based shoe company sends out stickers to any US consumer requesting for one.
  • Royal Trappings – This clothing company gives away sticker packs.
  • Saucony – This running shoe brand will send to anyone based in the US with no strings attached.
  • Southern Cross Apparel – By requesting free stickers, you’re automatically registered to the newsletter as well.
  • Vineyard Vines – Get the company’s whale stickers for free if you send an e-mail with your home address included.

Sporting Companies

  • Punisher Skateboards – Fill up the form to get free Punisher Skateboards stickers.
  • Evo – Skiing company evo just wants your e-mail address for its newsletter in exchange for their free stickers.
  • Fringe Sport – If you’re planning to buy gym equipment, weights, and other exercise supplies, this company includes free stickers with products shipped.
  • Medco Athletics – For professional and would-be medical trainers, the company is giving away free bumper stickers.
  • FishTrack – This spectacular resource for everything related to fishing, FishTrack sends a “Land Sucks!” sticker to most regions with valid mailing address
  • Hotbodies Racing – Add the ‘hotbodies decals’ onto your cart and checkout as normal to get your free decal.
  • Rehash Skate – Fill-out the provided form to receive stickers.
  • Hook & Tackle – Loads of free stickers available from this fishing company.
  • Kavu – This WA-based casual wear company will send out some freebies. All you have to do is ask.


  • Henry USA – Request for a catalog of shotguns and rifles, so you can receive two free decals as well.
  • KVSC Radio station – Get a bumper sticker by filling out this form.
  • Orange County Diesel – Offering diesel performance products, the company always has “OC stickers” to give away. Just fill up the form and wait a couple of days.
  • Simple Machine – Get a free branded sticker from this web development company.

Tech Companies

  • American Express For merchants that offer American Express payments to its customers, there’s free decals and other supplies available without charge.
  • Apple – Business owners can request free Apple decals too! Personal requests will be denied though.
  • G-Project Gear – Get a cool-looking sticker from GProject.
  • TNT Fireworks – Join the TNT club to receive a poster, magnet, tattoos, stickers and other freebies.

Free Travel and Transportation Stickers

  • Cherry Grove – If you’re a fan of North Myrtle Beach, here’s a chance to get ‘Visit Cherry Grove’ stickers.
  • GrandTrunk – Outdoors gear company that used to give away free stickers, but they aren’t advertised anymore. You can contact support and see if they still offer them.
  • G8only.com – This auto repair company gives away premium vinyl G8only.com stickers to anyone checking out this item.
  • Long Island bumper sticker – Only available for New York residents. Get it during local events.
  • Madera travel and outdoor company – Fill out the form for a cool-looking, nature-inspired sticker.
  • PhillyViews – Enter your e-mail address to keep up with Philly events and get a free sticker as well.
  • Telluride – Get your “TEL” sticker if you’ve enjoyed your stay at Telluride, Colorado.

Free Stickers with a Self-Addressed, Self-Stamped Envelope

  • Dakine – Attn: Sticker Request (603 Portway Ave. Hood River, OR 97031)
  • Hook and Tackle – Put the title “Hook & Tackle Free Stickers” and address to (6501 NE 2nd Ct. Miami, FL 33138 USA)
  • Haley and the Hound – (715 Hwy 24 Newport, NC  28570)
  • Over Under Clothing – Over Under Clothing: Stickers (4849 Dawin Road, Suite 1, Jacksonville, FL 32207)
  • Rome Snowboards – “Attn: Sticker Request” (1 Derby Lane Waterbury, VT 05676)
  • The Health Reformer – “Free Sticker” (P. O. Box 4653 Brownsville, TX 78523 USA)
  • West Path – (5845 Avenida Encinas STE 131 Carlsbad, CA 92008)
  • Mr. Yuk Poison Control – You can get a free sheet of Mr. Yuk poison control stickers with a self addressed envelope.

Get Them in Person

Sometimes, you just have to ask the store if they have free stickers. Of course, this will only be given to paying customers.

Wrap Up: Free Stickers by Mail

My favorite place to find the newest free stickers is through Reddit, which is regularly updated by fellow sticker collectors from around the world. You’d have to dig and see which ones you’d like then request to have them delivered by mail. The stickers posted here are mostly from private companies, but some also come from independent designers just wanting to get their work “out there.”

There’s definitely more free stickers from other companies, but the ones listed above are verified, always-free stickers. I’ll try to keep this list up-to-date.

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