To obtain replacement Tupperware parts directly from the company, contact customer service as listed on the official website at tupperware.com, or contact your local company consultant. The company also sells some replacement lids on Amazon.com, and some online retailers and auction sites offer Tupperware lids for sale, including vintage and discontinued models.
Tupperware offers a limited lifetime warranty on its plastic kitchen products, covering any cracking, chipping, peeling or breaking of containers or lids, and provides free replacements of all parts under warranty or credit for future purchases. Customers can also pay to replace lids that are lost or damaged in ways not covered by the warranty, such as melting or warping in a microwave. To request or order replacements, call the company's toll-free number 1-800-TUPPERWARE, communicate with customer service via online chat or the contact form on the website, or contact a local consultant. To find Tupperware consultants and directors, enter your address into the Find a Consultant form linked from the home page at tupperware.com.
To replace lids or any other parts of a Tupperware piece, find the mold number. All Tupperware products are stamped with a two-part number, usually on the bottom of the containers. The mold number is the first half of this number, all the digits listed before the dash.