Chicago Cubs fan have faced a lot of disappointment over the years. If you want to help assuage some of that disappointment, here are some gift ideas for your beloved Cubs fans. They are ordered by price lowest-highest. For simplicity’s sake, I have divided these into four categories: $0-$25, $25-$50, $50+, and $You’re Insane$
CUBS GIFTS $0-$25
Chicago Cubs Cups – $11.99
I received these as a gift, and I use them regularly. I especially like serving drinks to my Cardinals fan friends in them.
Banks to Sandberg to Grace: Five Decades of Love and Frustration with the Chicago Cubs by Carrie Muskat (Cubs beat reporter) – $14.95
Carrie Muskat is the Cubs beat reporter, and she does a great job. This book follows her experience with the Cubs.
Cubs Sippy Cups – $14.98
Start ’em young.
Chicago Cubs T-Shirt – $20.00
This is a sweet, classy T-shirt.
MLB Infant Chicago Cubs 3 Piece Bodysuit Set – $24.99
Start ’em even younger.
CUBS GIFTS $25-$50
Cubs Batting Practice Style Hat – $27.99
Pricey for a hat, but it does look nice.
1908 Cubs Personalized Shirt – $36.95
Let them relive the last Cubs World Series Championship with their name on the jersey.
Chicago Cubs Elite Polo – $49.99
Help them support their Cubs on casual Friday at the office.
Kerry Wood eGraph – $50
I personally would not want one of these. I prefer meeting a player and getting an actual autograph. That being said, Egraphs are interesting. You pay money, a digital autographed picture is sent to your friend with a recorded message from the player. Other Cubs players include: Andre Dawson, Jeff Samardzija, and Brian Lahair.
CUBS GIFTS $50+
Framed 1908 Chicago Cubs Roster – $55.26
Once again, all we Cubs fans have is the past. Help them relive the glory days with this.
1908 World Series Champions Panoramic Canvas Print – $65.00
I’m not going to beat a dead horse, but this is cool.
CUBS GIFTS FOR $You’re Insane$
Chicago Cubs Game-used Ball Cuff Links – $169.99
If I were an incredibly rich day-trader, I might consider these. However, this is pretty insane. Cool…but insane.
1969 Chicago Cubs Team Autographed Ball – $640
Oh the 1969 Cubs. The Cubs fans’ greatest disappointment post-1908 and pre-Bartman. What a treasure for any Cubs fan, but if you have this kind of money to spend on a ball I don’t know what you’re doing reading my blog.
Or there’s always a MLB Gift Card, which your Cubs fan can use for most of this stuff or and MLB.tv account so they can watch every single Cubs win and loss.
MLB Gift Card – $$$
Until later friends…