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Get your (think) geek on with the best Cyber Monday merchandise bargains, like this Zelda Breath of the Wild backpack

Sometimes loving a game or movie just isn’t enough. Sometimes you need to pledge your allegiance to your title of choice by displaying it where everyone can see it - and that’s where this gloriously geeky merch comes in. Although if you’re after the hard stuff like actual movies, games, consoles, and TVs, make sure to check out our best Cyber Monday gaming deals or our best Cyber Monday entertainment deals

Plus, we have good news! Thanks to all those Cyber Monday deals whizzing around, ThinkGeek are chucking in free international shipping if you spend over $200 if you use the code FREESHIPTOO. Or if you’re in the US, use the code FREESHIPTO (with one o) to get free shipping on orders over $50. Nifty!

Borderlands limited edition golden loot chest for $49.99 (was £99.99): Get Shift Codes for 20 Legendary drop items for Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, CL4P-TP bottle opener, Vladof cap, Hyperion bag, 8 weapon manufacturer enamel pins, and a light-up loot chest, all for 50% off. What are you waiting for? Go ahead, Vault Hunter! 

Fallout velcro patches hoodie for $19.99 (was $29.99): Mix and match your favourite things about Fallout with this hoodie, which allows you to choose between Vault Boy, Nuka Cola, or Brotherhood of Steel patches to wear proudly on your chest. Grab it before the apocalypse hits!

Halo 5 Spartan Locke backpack for $41.99 (was $79.99): Want the very best protection for your laptop? This backpack is inspired by Spartan Locke’s armour and comes with a padded interior pouch for your tablet or laptop, a padded back panel, and a ventilated main compartment so your laptop won’t overheat. 

Star Wars Tikis for $59.99 (was $79.99): For those of you looking to spice up your evening drinks, these mugs are the ones you’re looking for. Made of ceramic, you can drink out of Yoda, R2-D2, Chewie, Darth Vader, a Trooper, or Boba Fett. But not in a weird way. 

Beetlejuice Handbook for the Recently Deceased for $11.99 (was $14.99): Write your deepest thoughts in this replica of the book found by the Maitlands in Beetlejuice. Filled with 250 blank pages, the inside is decorated with cockroaches, skulls, and arrows, and comes with a dark brown ribbon to keep your place. Deliciously morbid. 

Harry Potter House comforters for $59.99 (was $74.99): Keep nice and cosy with these soft comforters in all four house colours - Slytherin, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, and Gryffindor. You can get them in Twin and King sizes, making them perfect for any type of dorm in a magical castle. 

Breath of the Wild shield backpack for $39.99 (was $59.99): Carry around all of your precious elixirs and your laptop around thanks to this backpack’s padded interior laptop or tablet sleeve inside. There’s smaller pockets inside so all your stuff stays put, but we wouldn’t recommend shield surfing on it. Just saying. 

Munchlax lunch bag for $11.99 (was $19.99): Make sure your food stays lovely and fresh with this lunch bag that comes with a card carrier so you can be reunited with it should Munchlax ever go walkabouts. Plus it’s lined with wipe-clean PEVA so spills won’t be an issue! 

Assassin’s boxers for $14.99 (was $29.99): If your underwear simply can’t keep up with all the sneaky assassinating you’re doing in Origins (not in real life, we hope), these are for you. They come in three different designs and are made of 100% cotton, and we’re sure Bayek himself would favour them...if they were around in 49BCE. 

Deadpool sports jacket for $39.99 (was $59.99): Any merc with self respect would be proud to own this jacket, which is breathable and water-resistant. Basically what we’re saying is that it’s perfect for going out in all sorts of weather to hunt down Francis.