48 Retailers That Offer Free Shipping — With No Minimum Purchase

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Free shipping with no minimum purchase requirement is among the most convenient perks of an Amazon Prime membership — and now a Walmart+ membership — but these e-commerce giants are hardly the only retailers to offer free shipping on all orders.

In fact, a host of companies offer completely free shipping on all orders — that is, they don’t require you to pay for a membership to get the freebie.

We’ve identified more than two dozen companies that offer free freight year-round with no minimum purchase or membership required.

  1. All Cotton and Linen, a retailer that sells eco-friendly home decor
  2. Azulina Home, a brand of global home decor goods
  3. Bergdorf Goodman, an upscale department store
  4. Better World Books, a bookseller
  5. Blue Nile, a retailer that sells fine jewelry
  6. Boll & Branch, a brand of organic bedding
  7. Bonsai Jack, a brand of specialty soil
  8. Book Depository, a bookseller
  9. Brahmin, a luxury handbag and accessories brand
  10. Brahms Mount, a manufacturer of blankets, throws and towels that are woven on antique looms in the U.S.
  11. Brentwood Home, an eco-friendly bedding brand
  12. Cabidor, a brand of space-saving shelves that mount to door hinges
  13. Clarks, a comfort footwear brand
  14. Coach, a designer brand of bags and other accessories
  15. Drunk Elephant, a skin care brand
  16. Dell, a retailer that sells computers, other electronics and accessories
  17. Full Circle Wool, a brand of humane wool products sourced from the U.S.
  18. Glasses.com, a company that sells eyeglasses and sunglasses
  19. GoBros, a retailer that sells brand-name socks, primarily for various sporting activities
  20. Hatch, a brand of sleep products
  21. Jord, a brand of wood watches and accessories
  22. Juno, a brand of nontoxic portable baby bassinets
  23. Lancaster Cast Iron, a brand of cast iron, wooden utensils and leather goods made in the U.S.
  24. LovelySkin, a dermatologist-owned and -operated retailer that sells makeup, skin care and hair care products
  25. Molton Brown, a brand of bath and body products
  26. Movado, an upscale brand of watches
  27. Neiman Marcus, an upscale department store
  28. Nordstrom, an upscale department store
  29. Oofos, a comfort footwear brand
  30. Palouse Brand, a U.S. farming operation that grows, processes, packages and sells legumes and grains
  31. Pro-Sys, a brand of dental care products
  32. Ray-Ban, a brand of sunglasses and eyeglasses
  33. Reeds Jewelers, a jewelry store chain
  34. Riley, a luxury linens brand
  35. Rugs USA, a retailer specializing in rugs
  36. Safe Catch, a brand of seafood that tests every fish for mercury and is endorsed by the American Pregnancy Association
  37. Saks Fifth Avenue, an upscale department store
  38. ShopBop, an Amazon-owned retailer that sells clothing, shoes and accessories
  39. SideTrak, a brand of dual laptop computer screens
  40. Smashbox, a brand of cosmetics
  41. Sunglass Hut, a retailer that sells sunglasses
  42. Svala, a brand of vegan bags and accessories made in the U.S.
  43. Takasa, a nontoxic linens brand
  44. Texas Hides, a brand of cowhide rugs from a zero-waste farm
  45. Theory, a brand of clothing and accessories for men and women
  46. Tiradia Cork, a brand of vegan bags and accessories made from cork
  47. Urban Worm Co., a brand of vermicomposting (worm-based composting) products
  48. Well Earth Goods, a retailer specializing in plastic-free products

The caveats

The type of free shipping offered and the shoppers to whom it’s offered vary from retailer to retailer.

In most cases, you would receive standard shipping for free, but you would have to pay for expedited shipping. Additionally, while a couple of these retailers boast free shipping to customers worldwide, many of them offer it only to customers in the continental U.S.

For more tips for finding free freight, check out “8 Ways to Land Free Shipping for Online Purchases.”

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