Getting free tshirts is a good thing, especially when they’re brand new.
Companies, brands, and organizations love to market and advertise to as many potential customers as possible, and giving away tshirts is a good way to advertise. Anyone who wears their tshirts becomes an advertising medium.
Today’s post features a list of these companies and brands that give away free tshirts and links to where you can get them.
17 Companies That Give Away Free T-Shirts
One of the easiest ways to get free t-shirts is to become a brand ambassador. Sites like Toluna and Survey Junkie pay you cash to work directly with companies like Nike, Samsung, Amazon, and Disney to improve their product lines.
Sign up for all 3 sites to get regular freebies in the mail.
- Daily Goodie Box - Grab a GIANT box of free samples from some of the world's most popular brands.
- Freebies.com - Similar to Daily Goodie Box. Create an account, pick which samples you want, and get a big box of free stuff delievered straight to you.
- SwagBucks - Free $10.00 for signing up! Trade your thoughts for cash.
Normally, the only thing that these companies ask for is for you to wear the free shirts, but some of them ask you to give your personal information, answer a survey, or make a purchase.
Take note that if you feel uncomfortable doing this or you feel it’s not worth the free tshirt, trust your gut feel and don’t do it.
In addition, most of these giveaways are assured, but a few of them are giveaways from contests or raffles, or otherwise ask you to apply to be part of a community.
Here is a list of companies, organizations, and brands that give away free tshirts.
1. Dr. Pepper
Join Dr. Pepper’s Pepper Pack by taking a survey in exchange for a free tshirt.
Become an Immunization Ambassador by answering a short survey and they’ll ship out a free tshirt to you for your trouble.
Apply as a product tester in Adidas and they’ll send you free merchandise to test. They might even send you more than a free tshirt.
4. Awesome Jesus Shirt
Awesome Jesus shirts are given away to anyone to show Jesus to others. All you need to do is request a shirt. However, stocks are limited so you might not get one right away.
To get a free Instructure Canvas shirt, simply fill out a form.
BoardVitals is an online board review resource, and they send out free “Trust Me… I’m (almost) A Doctor)” shirt to anyone who fills out this form and has a verifiable school email.
7. Kona Ice
Kona Ice is a shaved ice truck that serves nutritious frozen treats. Fill out this form and they’ll send you a free Kona Ice shirt.
8. Smokin’ Dave’s
Smokin’ Dave’s sells smoked jalapeños, habaneros, and garlic. If you love their products or simply love jalapeños, provide your shipping information and read the terms and conditions to get your free “Jala! Jalapenos” Tshirt mailed to you.
Paradosiaka manufactures olive-based products, such as vacuum-preserved olives, olive tapenade, olive oil, soap, and other olive-based products. They give out free tshirts to promote their company.
10. Turkey Hill Dairy
Turkey Hill Dairy sells ice cream, ice cream sandwiches, frozen yogurt, milk, iced tea, and other desserts and drinks. Apply to be a Turkey Hill Ambassador, and if your application gets accepted, they’ll send you swag, product certificates, and of course, a free shirt.
MuscleTech focuses on fitness products, such as protein supplements, workout drinks, and apparel. Subscribe to their newsletter and you can get free samples, nutritional advice, exclusive offers, and swag, including apparel.
Cologuard is a presumptive test for colorectal cancer given to older adults above 45. If you’ve used this test before and are willing to share your experience, write to them about it and become part of the Screen + Me Network to get a free tshirt.
13. T-Shirt Outlet
T-Shirt Outlet is a distribution channel for promotional shirts with printing errors or defects. Simply fill out this form with your shipping information and they’ll send you a free shirt.
14. Tubi 60
Tubi 60 is a popular herbal spirit from Israel that’s imported in the US. Opt in to the Tubi email newsletter and they’ll send you swag and free tshirts occasionally; it’s not a guarantee, though.
15. AB InBev
If you’re a Budweiser drinker, this one’s for you. MyCooler is a rewards program that lets you earn points every time you buy a beer from one of their brands, such as Budweiser, Bud Light, Stella Artois, Bon & Viv, and many others. These points can be exchanged for swag, such as clothing, electronics, accessories, and more.
4imprint creates promotional products for companies, including shirts, pens, notebooks, bags, tumblers, and many more. They take customer service seriously, so you can request free samples for their various tshirts.
Lemon offers loungewear, legwear, slippers, and other cozy clothing. Apply to be an ambassador, and you can receive free clothing from them.
These 3 sites will send you FREE stuff in the mail and PAY YOU to hear what you think about what you receive.
Other Ways To Get Free T-Shirts
Follow brands on social media.
Companies, organizations, and brands that are not on this list may send out free tshirts from time to time. Keep abreast of these promotions and giveaways by following social media accounts of your favorite brands.
Sometimes, it’s as simple as asking. Go to your preferred brand’s website, look for their Contact Us page, and write them to say you’re a fan of their brand and you’d like a free tshirt.
You’d be pleasantly surprised how many companies will send you a free tshirt just because you asked.
If you’re lucky enough to get the free tshirt, make sure to post about it on social media to promote it. It inspires the brand to continue giving away free shirts and makes other brands think about giving away free shirts, too.
Contact colleges and universities.
Create an email template expressing your interest in attending a certain school, collect as many email addresses of schools that you can, tweak your template every time you send it to a particular school, then wait and see if they send you a free shirt and a goodie package.
Bear in mind that colleges and universities are more likely to send you a free tshirt if you’ve convinced them that you’re likely to apply to them, so make sure you sincerely express your interest in your emails to them.
There are probably more companies out there that give out free shirts. Hopefully, you can fill up your closet with these freebies!
Interested in more than free shirts? Here are other ways to get free clothes.
Do you know of any other ways of getting free tshirts that you’d like to share? Let us know in the comments below!