Best Fandom Stocking Stuffers! – Fandom Spotlite Gift Guide

Here at Fandom Spotlite, we like to pride ourselves as experts on all things fandom. That includes being able to help you during times of need. What’s more difficult than trying to decide what to buy someone? Cue the Fandom Spotlite Gift Guide, where we help you with gift suggestions for different fandoms/genres.

For this edition, we will be focusing on stocking stuffers! These are small gifts that create a large impact. They are often inexpensive and fit neatly into any nerdy stocking.  The elves and I at Fandom Spotlite, have searched the web and we have found some excellent recommendations. So, if stocking stuffers are the last thing on your list, then this list is perfect for you!

Cutie Moon Rod Bottle Opener – $25.00*

sailor moon
This Cutie Moon Rod Bottle Opener is the perfect stocking stuffer for the Sailor Moon, who wants to feel magical every day! It is a 5.5″ long with a central bottle opener with a golden heart keychain ring attached. It makes it the perfect size to take on the go to transform any BYOB event into a (moon)Lit one!

Lightsaber Chop Sticks – $10.97* 

Treat the Star Wars fan in your life to a new way of the jedi. These Lightsaber Chopsticks come in a variety of colors, and they actually light up. This stocking stuffer will have them use the force during every meal.

Please Note: There are thick plastic stickers that fold over to cover the battery compartment kept in place by a couple of screws. Please change the batteries with caution and do not wash the handle or get it wet. Only hand wash using dish soap on the section that touches food. Do not immerse in Water.

Avatar: The Last Airbender Appa Ombre Cardholder – BoxLunch Exclusive – $16.90*

atla wallet

Now your important cards can travel in style with the Avatar: The Last Airbender Appa Ombre Cardholder! Let Aang, Appa, and Momo keep your Driver’s License, Credit Cards, and photos safe in this stylish cardholder. the front features an ombre effect to give the appearance of them flying in the sky. This year let yourself or your friends find the avatar in a stocking and not in the ice.

Reptar Bar [Green Frosting-Filled Milk Chocolate Bar] – $2.99*
reptar bar
Who doesn’t like receiving candy or chocolate in their stocking? This Reptar Bar from FYE will give them the gift of yummy chocolate and nostalgia!  The green frosting inside also turns your tongue green; just like it did in the Rugrats. It’s perfect for stockings or to leave out for Santa. You know, to switch it up from the classic milk and cookies!

Rogers The Musical Socks – $19.99* 
Clint Barton and Kate Bishop are teaming up and taking on their next shot… your feet! These Rogers: The Musical socks are stylish and comfortable. They come in youth sizes and adult sizes! An excellent stocking stuffer for Marvel fans of all ages. They will love these socks so much they’ll want to wear them all day!

Star Trek 3PCS Adjustable Face Masks – $15.99
Whether you are boldly going where no one has gone before or just to the corner store, it is important to be safe! This 3-piece face mask set has 3 Star Trek designs, so it can be 3 individual stocking stuffers or give them all to one special Trekkie on your holiday list.

That completes this guide full fandom stocking stuffers! Will you be adding any of these to your shopping list? Let us know in the comments below and online.

* Pricing represents the cost for the entire collection. It does not include tax or shipping & handling.

About Yali Perez

When she's not writing about pop culture for Fandom Spotlite, curating social media for the*gameHERS, or helping to produce the DB4L podcast, she is a single mom to the coolest kid in the world. In Yali's free time she likes to bake, exercise, watch horror films, and play Mario Kart. Yali's goal as a writer is to share her nontraditional and colorful view of the world with readers everywhere.

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