The best Game of Thrones merchandise in all Westeros

The best Game of Thrones merchandise

Game of Thrones season 8 feels approximately 500 years away. While the wait isn’t actually going to be that long, we *may* get a wee glimpse at the final season later this year in the shape of a teaser. That’s all well and good, but we need our Thrones fix now! If you’re not already embarking on a mammoth rewatch to wile away the months, there is another option - kitting your house out with the best Game of Thrones merchandise so that your mind will be completely unaware that we’ve another year until this epic saga wraps up once and for all. 

And if you're looking to catch up (let's face it, we have plenty of time) then here's our guide to how to watch Game of Thrones seasons 1-7, right now. So, sit back with Ned Stark (for a season), drink (and know things), and surround yourself with the best Game of Thrones merch you can find. Here are our latest suggestions!

Night King and Viserion Funko Pop

Game of Thrones Funko Pops blow many other brands out of the water. They’re a great way of geek collecting AND your love of Thrones can be on display at home, in a family-friendly way. It’s a win-win. While there are loads available, this Pop is particularly great. It’s inspired by one of season 7’s most epic, jaw-droppingly WTF? moments, wherein everyone across the globe simultaneously screamed “Noooooooo!” at the very sight of the Night King riding on top of Dany’s beloved Viserion, resurrected in wight form.

Buy it now $27.99 in the US

Buy it now £21.40 in the UK

Needle cosplay

Ever fancied cosplaying Arya Stark’s vengeance road trip across Westeros? Well, I wouldn’t remotely encourage the actual violence, dressing up as the young Stark for Halloween might be a worthy substitute. Of course, how could you step out of the house without her signature weapon? This foam version of Needle is sturdy enough to go trick or treating with, and to lightly thwok those people who give out fruit. 

Buy it now $29.99 in the US

Buy it now £22.90 in the UK 

"I drink and I know things" pint glass

Tyrion’s penchant for booze goes unrivalled in Westeros. His delight in getting soused is part of his allure, part of what makes him so darned likeable. Celebrate your love of arguably the best Lannister ever AND a good ale with this classy piece of glassware. It features one of Tyrion’s best one-liners yet that’s pretty hard to dispute. After all, you seldom see him journey anywhere in Westeros without a satchel of wine and a good book, do you?

Buy it now $20.98 in the US

Buy it now £9.95 in the UK

Wight Viserion Titan SDCC exclusive

I won’t lie: Viserion’s resurrection at the end of season 7 was a heart-wrencher. It devastated many of us. And YET, Dany’s beloved dragon, returning from the dead as an emissary of the Night King… is kinda awesome, too. That’s why this San Diego Comic Con 2018 limited edition figure from Titans is an absolute must-have. Similar to Funko Pops, this stylish vinyl figure of Wight Viserion is perfect for decoration on your bookshelf or mantlepiece, or, lodged inside the freezer to terrify your housemate when going for a Magnum. 

Buy it now $18.95 in the US

Buy it now £12.99 in the UK

King's Landing Cityscape puzzle

Puzzles might seem like something you only do on a rainy day. It’s a fair assessment of many childhood afternoons. But c’mon, would I fob you off with a boring jigsaw? Nah! This is the best Game of Thrones merchandise I’m talking about. Build up King’s Landing piece-by-piece in a very ambitious 4-D cityscape that allows you to send anyone you like on that walk of shame. The most interesting detail is the 4th dimension aspect being “time, represented by a poster that details history.” Told you it was ambitious.

Buy it now $29.84 in the US

Buy it now £17.84 in the UK

Night King mask

Okay, okay, so I’ve already convinced you to go as Arya for Halloween. But what if you’re not feeling it but still want to pay your respects to Thrones? Easy. Go as the Night King. With this cunning mask, you won’t have to paint your face with chalk, or spend hours sticking your finger in your eye trying to put those icy blue contacts in. Nope. Simply slip this latex mask over your head and terrify everyone you encounter. 

Buy it now $49.95 in the US

Buy it now £32.92 in the UK

Grey wind plushie

Ghost is cute, sure. But let’s share the love for the rest of the Stark kids’ Direwolves. No, not Nymeria. No, not Lady. No, I’m on about Robb Stark’s Grey Wind! What do you mean, WHO? He’s the sweetest of the bunch, who did not deserve to meet such a cruel end. Snag this plushie version of him and give it all the cuddles. 

Buy it now $19.95 in the US

Buy it now £26.71 in the UK

Drogon Purse

Sensing a theme? Well, if the Mother of Dragons hadn’t raised such lovable rascals, we wouldn’t be overwhelmed by the swag inspired by their leathery, fire-breathing antics. I say inspired, because this snazzy purse suggests that somehow Drogon was skinned to create it! I know. Thing is, we know he wasn’t, as this stylish piece of luggage is actually made of faux leather and includes a number of features to remind us of the beast who incinerated the Lannister army. Good ole’ Drogon’s wing serves as the outer flap that closes with a steel clasp, and if that wasn’t nifty enough, the lining is patterned to resemble a Valyrian blade. 

Buy it now $49.99 in the US

Buy it now £38.61 in the UK

Hodor door stop

Now THIS is genius. Only a dedicated Thrones fan could cook up a piece of merchandise that takes one of the series’ most heart-breaking moments and transforms it into a handy item, ideal for day-to-day use. Hodor’s tragic ending, which revealed that his name was actually a garbled amalgam of “Hold the door”, inspires this door stop. See, he’s saying “hold the door” and this door stop HOLDS THE DOOR! A bit on the nose? Yeah, but it’s reet good.

Buy it now $18.45 in the US

Buy it now £5.95 in the UK

Hand of the King bottle opener

As the mantle that’s passed from Jon Arryn to Ned Stark to Tyrion Lannister, it’s safe to say that the honour of the Hand of the King is… well, it’s a bit risky, isn’t it? If you don’t end up poisoned or beheaded, then you’re exiled from your home and ostracised from your family. No wonder Tyrion likes a drink. That’s what makes this a perfect gift for either yourself or a pal who enjoys a tipple. It’s a reminder that no matter what stresses or strains you’re dealing with, at least you’ve got a nifty Hand of the King bottle opener, to brighten one of life’s most arduous tasks.

Buy it now $16.99 in the US

Buy it now £14.99 in the UK

A feast of Ice and Fire cookbook

Of all the things Game Of Thrones has given us - blood, guts, endless backstabbing - one of its nicer, more homely aspects is the food. Aye. Pretty much every wedding so far on the show has been decked out with enough marinated meat to make Jamie Oliver’s menus look vegetarian. But it’s not all about the carnivores, as shown in this excellent Westerosi-inspired cookbook, that brings to life all sorts of culinary treats spotted on the show. You can try making your own version of Hot Pie’s direwolf bread or, as is mentioned in the official description, “indulge in honeyfingers with Daenerys Targaryen”. Thought this was a cookbook, but it is Thrones, so I’m not surprised they’ve weedled in a bit of smut. 

Buy it now $23.79 in the US

Buy it now £18.20 in the UK

Brienne of Tarth Funko Rock candy

A variation on your typical Funko Pop, this is actually a Funko Rock Candy figure. So, what’s the diff? For starters, it’s taller than Pops, and that’s kinda important when depicting one of the tallest characters on the show. Yes, this Brienne Rock Candy figure clocks in at 5”. It doesn’t quite capture her towering presence yet it’s a damn good effort, that includes a completely different type of face from the Pops. In short? Get this for your collection, before it gets vaulted. 

Buy it now $6.73 in the US

Buy it now £11.04 in the UK

The Hound helmet

You’d look great in The Hound’s helmet. Now there’s a sentence I didn’t think I’d write today - but golly, do I mean it! In case you’ve not noticed, in my eyes the best Game of Thrones merchandise is stuff you can wear on Halloween. Or for your gran’s birthday party. This helmet is no different! Plus, the cool thing about Sandor Clegane’s chosen piece of headgear is that you can pretend you’re one of three people underneath it: regular Hound, zombie Hound or Louis Tully from Ghostbusters. Brilliant.

Buy it now $64.95 in the US

Buy it now £51.99 in the UK

Game of Thrones Cluedo

The Monopoly version of Thrones is OK for staving off the post-Christmas dinner snooze, but not by much. If you really want to play a game that puts you right in the crime-ridden heart of Westeros, it’s Game of Thrones Cluedo. I mean, where else do you get to triumph from all the senseless murder that kicks off in the Seven Kingdoms? Put your sleuthing skills to good use, and say what you wanted to say for the whole of season three: “Littlefinger, poison, wedding.”

Buy it now $35.86 in the US

Buy it now £22.98 in the UK

Jon Snow's wallet

Do you remember when Jon Snow was stabbed to death by those duplicitous gits from The Night’s Watch? Of course you do. But what we didn’t see onscreen was when those double-crossers went and stole the poor dead bastard’s wallet! Well, they must have because according to the official Game of Thrones merch crew Jon Snow has a wallet, as it’s been lovingly recreated here. It’s got lots of card slots, 7 in total actually, to count for each of the seven kingdoms! It’s also made of vegan leather and features the hilt of Jon’s trusty weapon Longclaw. That’s his sword. 

Buy it now $16.99 in the US 

Buy it now £12.98 in the UK

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