I love getting free stuff, especially if it’s something I can actually use. Did you know that there are lots of companies out there that send out free T-shirts?
It’s a win-win situation as they get exposure for their product when people wear their shirts, and you get a free T-shirt to wear with pride…even if it’s just an extra workout T-shirt for the gym.
I still have a Wendy’s “Where’s the Beef?” shirt I requested way back when, and I know I’ve gotten plenty of free T-shirts in the mail over the years.
How to Get Free T-Shirts
No matter your reason for wanting free T-shirts, you’ll want to know about all of the different companies that send out free T-shirts. Some companies may require you to enter a sweepstakes or giveaway, or they may just send you a free T-shirt, no strings – or tags! – attached.
1. Dr Pepper
Love Dr Pepper? Apply to join the Pepper Pack to become a partner in spreading the Dr Pepper love.
To get started, click “Sign In,” then register for an account. Once you’re logged in, you can edit your profile to answer the questions about how much you love Dr. Pepper.
They ask for your T-shirt size, so fingers crossed that you’ll get a free t-shirt in return!
Side note: Did you know that Dr Pepper is the oldest major soft drink brand in America? It was created by a pharmacist named Charles Alderton in Waco, Texas in 1885.
2. Miller Lite
Love Miller Lite? Enter the Miller Late National 2020 Football Promotion up to 3 times daily for a chance to win Miller Lite gear, including T-shirts.
They’re actually giving away 1,440 Miller Lite-branded T-shirts throughout the giveaway, as well as hats and jackets. The giveaway runs through December 31, 2020.
Schöfferhofer Hefeweizen is Germany’s premium urban wheat beer which is also available in the US. It’s beer, but with a fruity twist – they have grapefruit and pomegranate flavors!
Enter their Kick Off Happiness sweepstakes for a chance to win a custom cooler with Schöfferhofer swag as well as his and hers team jerseys.
Even if you don’t win the grand prize, the secondary prize award includes two T-shirts as well as other goodies. You can enter daily through November 8, 2020, and they’ll even send you a daily reminder if you ask.
4. E&J Brandy
E&J Brandy produces a collection of – what else? – brandy. They have six different flavors and tout themselves as being “the most popular American brandy.”
They’ve reserved a private selection of past swag for fans in the E&J Shelf.
You’ll need to create an account to enter, then just leave a comment on the gear of your choice for a chance to win. They currently have two free T-shirt giveaways.
5. Turkey Hill Dairy
If you scream for ice cream – specifically Turkey Hill products – apply to be a Turkey Hill Ambassador and you’ll receive a free t-shirt along with other swag.
To better your chances of becoming an Ambassador, sign up for Turkey Hill Nation, too. You’ll get the inside scoop on what’s going on, share your thoughts, and help shape the future of Turkey Hill Dairy.
They select Ambassadors periodically throughout the year, so if you’re not selected right away, they’ll hold on to your submission for future opportunities.
Turkey Hill Dairy sells ice cream and other frozen novelties, iced tea, fruit drinks, and other beverages and desserts.
6. Kona Ice
Kona Ice is a gourmet shaved ice experience that has operates 1,000 food trucks in 48 states. Besides serving up delicious shaved ice in a variety of delicious flavors, they also play some jammin’ tunes that will sweep you away to an island in the middle of the ocean.
Fill out this form to enter the monthly T-shirt giveaway. They only pick one winner a month, so your chances aren’t great…but here’s hoping!
Flywheel is a WordPress hosting and management platform built specifically for designers and agencies.
Enter their free T-shirt giveaway by signing up for their email newsletter.
Celebrate your progress toward becoming a doctor or nurse! BoardVitals will send you a free “Trust Me…I’m (almost) A Doctor” T-shirt when you fill out this form. They also have a “Trust Me…I’m (almost) A Nurse” T-shirt that you can request here.
Note that you’ll need to have a verifiable school/university email address and be a medical or nursing student. T-shirts only ship in the contiguous United States to non-PO box addresses.
BoardVitals is an organization that helps current and aspiring medical/healthcare professionals pass their exams, maintain their certifications, and successfully fulfill their CME requirements.
9. Miami Herbert Business School
Miami Herbert Business School is one of 12 schools and colleges at the University of Miami in Florida. It offers undergraduate, master’s, doctoral, and executive education programs.
Enter the spin-to-win giveaway for a chance to win up to a $10,000 scholarship. You could also instantly win a mini helmet signed by the head coach, baseball game tickets, bookstore gift cards, t-shirts, and more.
10. Bryan Health
Parents in Nebraska with kids ages birth to 12 can sign up for the free Bryan Health Kids’ Club. The Kids’ Club was created to get children excited about exercise and nutrition and to provide opportunities for families to be active.
Benefits of membership include a free Kids’ Club T-shirt and membership card, coupons from Bryan Health co-sponsors, and more.
Instructure is a learning management platform that benefits millions of students and teachers across 70 countries.
To request a free Instructure Canvas shirt, fill out this form. Note that you’ll need to include your school affiliation.
12. Western Reserve Hospital
Western Reserve Hospital is a full-service, physician-owned and operated hospital in Northeast Ohio.
Ohio residents can answer a few questions to receive a free Healthy Living T-shirt. Allow up to eight weeks for delivery.
13. Cooley Dickinson Health Care
This offer is extremely niche, but if you happen to have had a baby (or have been a baby born) in the Cooley Dickinson Health Care system in Massachusetts, you can sign up here to share your Cooley Baby story.
Indicate what size T-shirt you would like and send all photos to cooleybaby @ cooleydickinson.org. You must submit a photo to receive a free T-shirt.
14. LiveIntentional Weekly
LiveIntentional Weekly is a show produced by LiveIntent, a people-based marketing platform that bridges the gap between brands and audiences.
Fill out this brief survey about their show to request a free T-shirt. Keep in mind that this was first offered back in 2015, so there’s a strong chance that they’re not sending out free T-shirts anymore.
They do have an option to select “I just want the free T-shirt.” I don’t know if they’ll still send it to you if you select this option, but it’s worth a try!
15. Tubi 60
Tubi 60 is a natural herbal spirit from Israel that is slowly being introduced to the US. It’s an artisanal liquor infused with lemons, herbs, spices, flowers, and tree extracts. It’s currently available in stores in California, Florida, New Jersey, New York, and Texas.
Join the Tubi Fans newsletter for a chance to occasionally receive swag. (They do ask for your shirt size when you sign up!) You must be 21 and live in the continental US to become a Tubi Fan.
16. Alex R. White
Kentucky and Indiana residents can fill out this form to pledge to not drink and drive. In exchange, they’ll receive a free T-shirt within 2-4 weeks. Colors may vary.
Alex R. White is a personal injury firm located in Louisville. Chances are if you sign up for this freebie, you’ll be added to a mailing list and/or call list.
17. Immunization Ambassadors
Become an Immunization Ambassador to share WhyIVax! with friends, family, and the public. You’ll need to fill out a short survey and include your T-shirt size. They also ask for your social media handles.
You can check their website to get a look at what the free t-shirt and/or tank will look like.
Immunization Ambassadors are advocates for keeping families and communities safe through immunizations. They work to combat misinformation about vaccines by sharing the truth about the benefits of immunizations.
18. Smokin’ Dave’s
Request a free “Jala! Jalapeños” t-shirt to wear loud and proud all year long. You’ll just need to fill out this form and wait four to seven weeks. This offer is open to residents in the US, UK, EU, and Canada.
Smokin’ Dave’s makes a variety of products using smoked jalapeños, garlic, and habanero. You can purchase their products online or at one of the stores where they are sold (Texas).
Paradosiaka is a company in Greece that manufactures products made from Greek olives and herbs, including herbal oil, liquid soap, vacuum-sealed olives, soap, and more.
They give out t-shirts as a “thank you” to their customers, and you can request yours here. Note that they reserve the right to deny sample shirt requests, and you’ll need to respond to their initial email to be considered.
20. T-Shirt Outlet
T-Shirt Outlet provides a distribution channel for promotional T-shirts with printing imperfections. The shirts have no fabric or construction defects; the printed message just doesn’t quite fit what the client had wanted.
You can request a free T-shirt here. Available shirts change periodically. This offer is available in both the US and Canada; limit 1 free T-shirt per household.
Websites to Follow for Free T-Shirt Offers
Free t-shirt offers and giveaways are often quite limited in scope. They may only have a certain number of t-shirts to give away, or the form to request the free t-shirts may only be available for a short time.
Therefore, it’s smart to follow or regularly check a few reputable freebie websites to make sure can get the best free t-shirt offers right away. Here are some of my favorite freebie websites to follow:
FreeStuff.com is updated daily with free stuff from across the web. Their weekly newsletter helps you stay on top of the best free offers without having to check their website each day.
Follow their Clothes, Shoes, & Hats category for the latest free t-shirt offers.
I Love Free Things
I Love Free Things rounds up a wide variety of free samples, magazine subscriptions, photo freebies, food freebies, and lots more. The website is updated regularly, and they send out an email newsletter twice a week.
Check the Free Clothing category to stay on top of their free t-shirt deals.
Just Free Stuff
Just Free Stuff was started back in 1997 and is still regularly updated with the best free offers, like free magazines, free samples, product testing opportunities, and more.
The Clothes category will show you free t-shirt offers as well as free shoes, socks, hats, and more.
Hey, It’s Free!
I love Hey, It’s Free! for its dose of humor along with freebie offers. The website owner, Goob, posts freebies and offers in a blog-style format.
Get the latest free t-shirt offers along with other apparel freebies by checking the Free Clothing Samples category.
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As you can see, there are lots of companies out there that are willing to give out free T-shirts. Even if you can’t get a free T-shirt through all of these methods, you’ll probably get at least a few to add to your stack. Be sure to check in regularly with the websites listed above to find new free T-shirt offers as they do pop up often.
Have you ever gotten free T-shirts from any companies? Please comment below to share your experience!