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Epic birthday gifts for the obsessed Game of Thrones fan

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Winter is coming… and so is that birthday party. If only you could combine the two, right?

If you aren’t a Game of Thrones fan (it’s ok, we won’t tell anyone), then you might feel a bit clueless what to get your rabid GoT friends. Starks? Dragons? Hodor? What is all this business? Don’t worry, we’re pointing you toward the best of the best when it comes to gift ideas for that Game of Thrones fan. And if you’re a fan too? Well, you’re going to be tempted to keep all this for yourself.

The first thing today’s Iron Throne lover desires after cutting the cake is a killer piece of Game of Thrones merchandise. Being a Game of Thrones fan is serious business, but buying them a gift doesn’t have to be.

While creating endless debate around the water cooler, one question the series has certainly answered is that of the dreaded birthday gift. Socks, ties, undies, chocolates and booze be gone!

Here are some of the best:

Just looking for a card? Here are some of the best Game of Thrones birthday cards.

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