Super Mario Odyssey Stickers are a type of cosmetic collectible in the game, which are acquired from a specific shop for varying prices.
Here on this page, we'll lay out everyting you need to know about them, including a Super Mario Odyssey stickers list, the sticker prices, and how to unlock every sticky label in Super Mario Odyssey.
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Super Mario Odyssey Stickers list - sticker prices and how to unlock every sticky label
There are plenty of things to buy and collect for Mario - including myriad hats and a veritable smorgasbord of outfits - but what about the Odyssey? The bright red and intrepid ship that carries he and Cappy across the world to chase Bowser and stop an arranged marriage from hell?
That's where stickers come in. Think of them like stamps in your Super Mario Odyssey passport - expect that they're not in a must old, dog-eared book but plastered all over your big, hat-shaped vessel. Unlike hats and outfits, stickers can't be bought with regular gold coins and can only be purchased with the much rarer regional coin.
These are purple, shaped differently depending on the kingdom of origin and can only be spent in the place they were collected. So if there's a particular label you want, you're going to need to scour the map to find enough to acquire it. Most kingdoms have one each, but Bowser's Kingdom has two (because Bowser, obviously) and the Mushroom Kingdom has five (because why not). When purchased, a sticker will be placed on the outside of your ship, so you - and every creature you meet - knows you're well-travelled soul.
Need more help? Our Super Mario Odyssey guide and walkthrough goes through every objective in each Kingdom, while our Power Moon locations can help you track down the likes of Cascade Kingdom Power Moons, Sand Kingdom Power Moons, Metro Kingdom and New Donk City Power Moons and more collectables. We also have Purple Coin locations for each Kingdom, and if you want to know what to spend it on, we have a hats list, outfits list, stickers list, a souvenirs list as well as a music list to kit out the appearance of both Mario and the Odyssey. Once you've finished the game, check out the free Balloon World update, too.
|Sticker name||Cost||Kingdom||Sticker description|
|Pipe Sticker||5 regional coins||Mushroom||A sticker designed to look like a pipe.|
|Coin Sticker||5 regional coins||Mushroom||A sticker designed to look like a coin.|
|Block Sticker||5 regional coins||Mushroom||A sticker designed to look like a block.|
|? Block Sticker||5 regional coins||Mushroom||A sticker designed to look like a ? Block.|
|Mushroom Castle Sticker||10 regional coins||Mushroom||A sticker inspired by Peach's Castle.|
|Cap Kingdom Sticker||5 regional coins||Cap||A sticker inspired by Top-Hat Tower.|
|Cascade Kingdom Sticker||5 regional coins||Cascade||A sticker inspired by the T-Rex.|
|Sand Kingdom Sticker||10 regional coins||Sand||A sticker inspired by the Inverted Pyramid.|
|Lake Kingdom Sticker||5 regional coins||Lake||A sticker inspired by the Lochlady Dress.|
|Wooded Kingdom Sticker||10 regional coins||Wooded||A sticker inspired by the Soirée Bouquet.|
|Lost Kingdom Sticker||5 regional coins||Lost||A sticker inspired by the Forgotten Isle.|
|Metro Kingdom Sticker||10 regional coins||Metro||A sticker inspired by Mayor Pauline.|
|Snow Kingdom Sticker||5 regional coins||Snow||A sticker inspired by Bound Bowl Grand Prix.|
|Seaside Kingdom Sticker||10 regional coins||Seaside||A sticker inspired by the Glass Tower.|
|Luncheon Kingdom Sticker||10 regional coins||Luncheon||A sticker inspired by Peronza Plaza.|
|Bowser's Kingdom Sticker||10 regional coins||Bowser||A sticker inspired by Bowser's Castle.|
|Moon Kingdom Sticker||5 regional coins||Bowser||A sticker inspired by the moon.|