Have a geeky friend, partner, or family member? We’ve curated a list of 10 unique, geeky gift ideas to make it easier for you to #SpendLikeItMatters this holiday season.

Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse, gift guide for geeks

Star Wars Mandalorian The Child 2021 Wall Calendar, $14.99

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Who doesn’t want a year’s worth of Baby Yoda? Bring a smile to your geeky giftee’s face when you get them a “Mandalorian” calendar of The Child this holiday season.

The Sock Monster, gift guide for geeks

American Pi Socks, $11.50

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Let your geek flag fly with these American Pi socks from The Sock Monster.

Meeples Games,

TMG Dargon’s Dice in Shamrock Gold, $12.99

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Make sure the geek in your life shows up to their next Dungeons and Dragons sesh in style with this unique, vibrant set of dice.

Outsider Comics and Geek Boutique, gift guide for geeks

Star Trek Catan, $65

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Explore space, build outposts, and collect resources in the name of the Federation in this “Star Trek”-themes version of Catan.

Sankofa Video Books and Cafe, gift guide for geeks

Black Panther, Book 1: A Nation Under Our Feet, $16.99

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Bring your geeky loved one to Wakanda with the Black Panther, Book 1. Follow T’Challa’s story as he faces a dramatic upheaval in Wakanda when a superhuman terrorist group sparks a violent uprising.

Blue Highway Games, gift guide for geeks

Nano Blocks: Pikachu, $12.99

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Build your geeky loved one back to their Lego-building days with this Nano Blocks Pikachu set. This gift makes for a fun activity and desk decoration.

Terracrux Games, gift guide for geeks

Deck Box Creation Black, $15

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Stay organized while playing Magic the Gathering or any other card-based game. Made of luxurious velvet, this deck box holds up to 120 cards with room to hold accessories.

Semicolon Bookstore and Gallery, gift guide for geeks

Games of Throne Cookbook: The Culinary Journey to The Iron Throne of Westeros, $12.95

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Dinner is coming in this “Game of Thrones” themed cookbook. It’s the perfect gift for GOT lovers who want to eat their way through Westeros.

Note: the link will take you to the store’s Bookshop page instead of the product to ensure sales go to Semicolon Bookstore and Gallery.

Cafe Con Libros, gift guide for geeks

The Art of the Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien, $41.40

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Flip through sketches, finished illustrations, maps, and more in this “The Lord of the Rings” art book that illuminates J.R.R. Tolkien’s creative process in designing his fantastical world.

Note: the link will take you to the store’s Bookshop page instead of the product to ensure sales go to Cafe Con Libros.

Red Planet Books & Comics, gifts for geeks

Akira Vol. 1, $24.99

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No collection is complete without “Akira” by Katsuhiro Otomo. This sci-fi masterpiece is a classic graphic novel about teenagers Tetsuo and Kaneda as Tetsuo begins to develop paranormal powers that make him the target of a secret government agency.

Bonus Gift!

If you live in the Seattle area, give the gift of a gift certificate to a local business! You can purchase a gift certificate from 50+ participating businesses by visiting our Gift Certificate Marketplace.

Ada’s Technical Books & Cafe is the perfect place for geeky gifts. Aside from offering a variety of books, Ada’s sells puzzles, games, and kits like Raspberry Pi.

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