Game of Thrones is one of the most successful TV shows of all-time. It features blockbuster movie level production values, great character writing, and an sweetly complex series of interwoven storylines over the battle for Westerosi supremacy. The show will finally come to an end in 2019, as the final season airs on HBO in April and May. Regardless of how it ends, many fans will being able to look forward to new episodes.
There’s a potential solution though. If you want to keep a little Thrones in your life, then consider grabbing one (or more) of the following pieces of merchandise. We traveled to the far corners of the internet to track down our 15 favorite Game of Thrones items for sale, and gathered them all here in one handy shopping list. Which one is your favorite?
15. Funko Pop Dolls – Season 7/8
There are literally Funko Pop Dolls for everything these days, but that doesn’t make the Game of Thrones ones any less adorable. These recent additions include the resurrected Jon Snow, Queen Cersei Lannister (including crown), drinking Tyrion Lannister (with goblet), and Daenerys Targaryen (in Northern clothing). Plus our personal favorite: the Night King riding undead Viserion.
Previous Game of Thrones pop dolls can still be found in some places too, including Daenerys (Mother of Dragons edition), Brienne of Tarth, and Ned Stark (with head still attached). There’s also Drogon and Ghost, if you prefer the GoT animals to the human characters. Buy your favorite, or collect them all!
14. Iron Throne Toilet Decal
You may not room in your place for a full-size iron throne replica, but you can use this nifty wall decal to spruce up the other throne in your house. That’s right, this iron throne wall decal goes above your toilet to create a definite medieval feel in your bathroom. It’s available in four different colors — black, silver metallic, gold metallic, and copper metallic — to suit your throne room interior decorating needs.
Like the real iron throne, this decal depicts various weapons of your fallen enemies, forged together by dragon fire, only in 2D sticker form. You could potentially slap this decal in other places too, like behind your favorite lounge chair or behind your office chair. The creator also suggests slapping it behind a young child’s highchair, to show everyone who truly rules your household.
13. Official Adult Coloring Book
Adult coloring books are all the rage these days. Whether you like to indulge in your artistic side, or just use them to de-stress after a long week, this Game of Thrones coloring book is definitely not for children. With 45 exclusive scenes to color in, you’ll see all of your favorite GoT characters and Houses.
The scenes were drawn by famous illustrators Yvonne Gilbert, John Howe, Tomislav Tomić, Adam Stower, and Levi Pinfold, and the pages are interspersed with quotes and lore from George R.R. Martin’s epic novel series. This is one of the coolest pieces of GoT merchandise we’ve seen, as it gives you a chance to add your own take to your favorite TV show.
12. Game of Thrones Monopoly (or Risk)
They basically make Monopoly out of anything these days (the Fortnite Monopoly game at my house is a testament to that), and Game of Thrones is no different. The classic real-estate game by Hasbro has its own GoT version, complete with a battery operated iron throne that plays the official TV show theme song when you press the button. What’s not to love about that? The game uses Gold Dragons and Silver Stags as currency, and lets you build holdfasts and castles on the various Westeros locations you can claim as your own.
Risk, the classic game of strategic conquest, also has a Game of Thrones version. It’s a perfect fit, too, as the battle over territory and gathering armies is a key plot point to both the game and the show. The game features two maps (Westeros and Essos), seven Houses, and over 650 total pieces. Anywhere from two to seven players can battle for iron throne.
And if Monoploy or Risk aren’t your preferred games, there’s also a Game of Thrones Clue game you can try. It was Cersei, in the Brothel, with the crossbow.
11. Dragon Egg Candles
Unfortunately, you can’t raise your own baby dragons to fly you to exotic new lands or vanquish your enemies in a blaze of fire. But you can embrace your inner Khalessi with this elegant candle set, which are a wax replica of the three eggs Daenerys Targaryen was gifted on her wedding night, which later shocked everyone by actually hatching into three tiny dragons.
These would look great on any mantle or shelf, and are a subtle way to display GoT fandom without going overboard. Our only gripe is that they are only about 3.5″ tall, not the grapefruit-sized eggs that appeared in the show. Still awesome though!
10. King’s Landing 3D Puzzle
If you have the patience of a saint (and a table or shelf just sitting around collecting dust, dying to be filled with something), then consider this: a 3D Cityscape jigsaw puzzle of King’s Landing. This 260-piece puzzle features the Red Keep towering over the Westerosi capital below. The city on the show, which is actually Dubrovnik, Croatia in real life, springs to life when this officially licensed puzzle is complete.
If you’re looking to complete a much larger 3D version of Westeros, there is also entire map versions, a 3D globe version, or just a 3D replica of the castle at Winterfell. This King’s Landing version measures about 30″ x 12″ x 8″ once complete, so it won’t take up too much space in your house.
9. House Sigil Throw Blanket
Winter is coming, and if you don’t have a Valeryian steel-wielding Jon Snow to save your butt from the cold, then this stylish fleece throw blanket is the next best thing. Measuring roughly 6′ x 4′, this super soft blanket features the house sigils of the Starks, Lannisters, Targaryens, Greyjoys, Baratheons and Tyrells. It works well as a nerd-style decoration for your living room, or as an extra layer of warmth when you’re settling on the couch to watch the final season.
If you need to complete the look, there are also square cushions available (sold separately, of course). Because if you’re going to nerd out with your home decorating decisions, you might as well go all in. Get the dragon egg candles too, and transform your entire living room!
8. Hand of the King Bottle Opener
A perfect gift for your best man, favorite buddy, father (or son). Basically, whoever fills the role of “right-hand-man” in your life should be bestowed one of these handsome Hand of the King pins. While the symbolism and acknowledgement is nice, the fact that this item also doubles as a letter opener and bottle opener provides even more value.
Whether you keep it at your desk to open letters or stuck to the fridge (it has a magnetic back) to open battles of ale, this item will serve its master with much dedication and loyalty. It’s larger and heavier than you might expect, indicating it’s made of quality materials and isn’t just some trinket that will break after a few uses. It also comes in a fancy “Lannister Red” box.
Sure, it’s a little expensive for a novelty bottle opener, but Asgardom (the company that sells them) promises a full refund if you aren’t satisfied.
7. Replica Swords
You can shop around for these. A few models (like Ned Stark’s Ice or Jon Snow’s Longclaw) are available directly from the official HBO Game of Thrones online store. Others famous weapons (like Jaime Lannister’s Oathkeeper or Joffrey Baratheon’s Widow’s Wail) are available in places like ValyrianSteel.com. And no matter where you get them from, heed this warning: you get what you pay for.
Most of these replica’s run in the hundreds of dollars (up to around $500), but they are expensive for a reason. They are legitimately sharp and potentially dangerous. It should go without saying that you’ll need to be careful with your personal version of Longclaw, and keep it away from children. We’re not exactly sure how these replicas deal with White Walkers, but hopefully you can just hang your new ancestral sword above your fireplace and never find out.
6. These Gorgeous “Beautiful Death” Posters
Okay, we admit that our extensive Googling didn’t lead us to any site where you can actually just buy these amazing posters, detailing some of the most famous character deaths that Game of Thrones has to offer. They are available on the HBO website, but only in 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle form.
These posters are from artist Robert M. Ball, and he makes a new one for almost every episode, commemorating a fallen character. You can see every single one at BeautifulDeath.com, and frankly, we wish they were all available to buy as high quality posters. Puzzles are nice and all, but some of these are worthy of being framed and hung up. Get on that, HBO!
5. Oathbreaker Game
Here’s the official description of the new Game of Thrones: Oathbreaker game from creators Dire Wolf Digital:
Oathbreaker is a game of deception and social deduction. One player assumes the role of King or Queen, while the others represent the great Lords and Ladies of the Houses of Westeros. Some are loyalists who want order in the realm. Others are conspirators, seeking to undermine the throne. And all of them have a secret agenda of their own. Who is truly loyal, and who is simply hungry for power, honor, and coin? It’s up to the King to figure it out before it’s too late.
Sounds awesome! This new board game supports 5-to-8 players (so you’ll need some friends), and should only take about an hour (or less) to play through each time. The game is available for pre-order now, but should hit normal retailers around the same time that the final season of Game of Thrones hits television. It’s not that expensive either, as the MSRP is only $35.
4. Game of Thrones Tarot Cards
What’s a Game of Thrones viewing party without some pre-show prophecies? Embrace your inner Maggy the Frog with this officially licensed tarot card set, which comes with a 78 future predicting cards and a hardcover guidebook to help even the novice fortune teller decipher the mysteries they will reveal.
It doesn’t really matter whether you believe in this sort of thing or not. Doing some tarot card readings is the perfect way to get into the right Game of Thrones mood before an episode. Or just any time, really. Will you say “not today” to the icy grip of death? Will you learn about a stressful trial or tribulation coming your way? Will there be some insight about your love life (hopefully devoid of incest)? Hopefully you get some good news, unlike most of the characters on the show itself, who are doomed to be miserable forever (or just until they die).
3. Game of Thrones Glassware
Do you drink and know things? If so, you should embrace the full Westeros vibe with the numerous custom Game of Thrones glassware options available across the internet. There’s basically something for every type of drinker: House Sigil shot glasses, Dragon Claw Goblets, and Weirwood wine glasses. If you prefer a non-alcoholic beverage of choice, there are also plenty of Game of Thrones themes coffee mugs, water bottles, table coasters, and other options for holding your favorite liquid.
2. Game of Thrones Alcohol
What good are all those fancy glasses without a delicious beverage to put inside them? For readers above the legal drinking age in their respective jurisdictions, there is a fine variety of Game of Thrones themed alcohol available to satisfy your thirst during episodes. Or whenever else you want, really.
To start, there is GameOfThronesWines.com, an officially branded batch of wines. There’s both a red blend and a chardonnay option, and they’ll even through in a GoT corkscrew with your order! For those who want something with a little more kick, there’s the Johnny Walker White Walker blended scotch whiskey. The bottle even reveals hidden secrets when exposed to the cold! Lastly, there the Lagavulin 9 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whiskey, which comes in multiple packaging and flavoring options featuring your favorite noble houses.
(Game of Thrones is obviously a show for adults, and so are these specific merchandise options. If you do choose to drink, please do so responsibly.)
1. Official Game of Thrones Board Game
Officially licensed and created by Fantasy Flights Games, the Game of Thrones board game takes players back to the death of King Robert Baratheon, as the battle to claim the iron throne really kicks off. Be warned, though, because this isn’t some casual gaming experience. For three-to-six players, a full play of this game could take around the three-hour mark — or longer. The game features plenty of strategic planning, cunning decisions, and tactical alliances. There can only be one winner, though, because when you play the game of thrones, either you win or you die.
If you enjoy this game, you can also grab some expansion kits — “The Mother of Dragons” and “Dance With Dragons” and “Feast for Crows” expansions all introduce new elements to the game. This game would make a superb addition to your next board game night with friends!