Lots of companies will mail you free stickers, if you just ask. Request them for yourself; surprise your kids with them; or tuck them away, and use them as stocking stuffers. My kids and I tested every free sticker offer we could find, and we were really impressed with the quality of the stickers that arrived in our mailbox. Some of our free stickers came within days of requesting them, while others took several weeks to arrive.
Of course, as you might expect, some didn’t show up at all. To save you time and disappointment, I’ve compiled a list of all the free stickers that arrived as promised. Most of these are waterproof vinyl stickers that you can apply to any surface. Use them to decorate your car, your laptop or whatever else you have in mind. My kids used theirs to decorate their water bottles.
How to Request Your Free Stickers
To request any of the free stickers on my list, just click through the links provided, and complete the request form. That’s it.
Bare in Mind:
- Most of these stickers are only available in the U.S. (and in some cases Canada.)
- You may receive different stickers than we did.
- These offers could end at any time. Let me know if you come across a sticker that’s no longer available, so I can update the list.
- Companies don’t have to offer freebies like this, so please don’t abuse their generosity. Stick to one request per mailing address or IP, unless the terms state otherwise.
- Some of the stickers on this list are political in nature. That’s not a reflection of my beliefs; it’s just a reflection of my desire to bring you a comprehensive list.
- I’ll be adding more free stickers to this list over time, so be sure to check back periodically.
Free Stickers You Can Request Online
Fill out a short form on the Simply Southern website to snag free stickers. We received the cute and colorful sea turtle stickers that you see above. The “Live Fully Love Simply” graphics at the bottom are stickers, too; so, we ended up with a total of four stickers.
Score a whole sheet of Patagonia stickers when you fill out the form on their website. They allow you to request stickers every four months, so you may want to set a reminder to do this freebie again. Rumor has it that the sticker designs change, so you may get different stickers each time. As soon as we’re eligible to request more, I’ll let you know.
Snag a free sheet of Chaco stickers by submitting your request on their website. We received four waterproof stickers, so these can go anywhere.
American Farmland Trust
Get a free No Farms No Food bumper sticker when you fill out a quick form on the American Farmland Trust website.
American Fishing Tackle Company
Fill out a quick form, and sign up for the American Fishing Tackle company newsletter, to receive free fishing-themed stickers. These came quickly, and were high-quality. They also have a nice, red, white and blue color scheme.
Human Rights Campaign
Get a free equality sticker from the Human Rights Campaign by completing the form on their website. It says you can request additional stickers after you sign up.
Choose your favorite Southern Marsh sticker (there are seven designs to choose from), and the company will send it to you for free.
Have an ice cream lover in the house? Get a free Moose Tracks Nation sticker when you sign up for their newsletter.
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
Get a free “I Heart Equality” bumper sticker from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. Just fill out a short form on their website, and they’ll mail you one.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee also has a free “Save the Planet Vote Democrat” bumper sticker that you can request.
And they have a free “Stop Sexism” sticker, too. Guess they like stickers as much as my kids do.
If you’ve run the Savage Race, or know someone who has, you may want to grab one of these free Savage Race decals to commemorate the experience. Their website says these are available for a limited time only, so be sure to grab one soon.
Score free stickers from Moosejaw, an outdoor outfitter, by filling out the form on their website. It says you’ll receive “stickers” plural, but we just received one. Who knows? Maybe you’ll receive more than we did. Either way, it’s still a good freebie.
Ask for free social justice stickers from PETA, and you’ll get a whole sheet of colorful stickers in the mail. But, just to warn you: a couple of the messages left my kids and I scratching our heads. These are available in the U.S. and Canada.
PETA Kids has free stickers, too. But, before you order some for your kids, you may want to preview the messages to see if they’re in line with your family’s beliefs. Just sayin. These are available in the U.S. and Canada.
My kids flipped over this free Llama sticker from Cotopaxi. It’s really more of a decal than a sticker, so it came sandwiched between two pieces of cardstock (hence the picture you see above). I’ll update the photo, as soon as they apply it to something, so you can see what it looks like.
This #livin sticker from The Livin Foundation is another great freebie, with a great message. Their mission statement says their goal is “to promote a positive outlook on life, reduce the stigma associated with depression/mental illness, and ultimately prevent suicide.” It’s another decal sandwiched between two sheets of paper. I’ll update the picture after my kids stick it on something.
If you’re ever in Seattle, stop by the KAVU store for a free sticker. If that’s too far to travel, you can still snag a free sticker by sending them a standard-size self-addressed stamped envelope. These are nice stickers; my girls each picked one up on a recent trip.