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Shopping For Someone Who Loves Sports

By Connor Sullivan

Do you have a special gift occasion coming upfor someone who loves sports? Let this sports passion guide your gift giving decisions. There are plenty of gifts for people of all ages that love sports Best of all, gifts can be found in a variety of price ranges. You can add to collection they have begun or you can get them a whole new gift. You can make the gift team-specific, or just choose an item that represents the sport they love as a whole. The important thing is that you not duplicate and item or buy something from the wrong team. Think about their geographical location, their personal preference for various teams, and the games you know they love attending. If you are not sure, it never hurts to ask who their favorite team is or which sport is their favorite. Once you have things narrowed down, you can begin your shopping for example, you can choose from generic gifts like baseball cards or the famous maker Topps baseball cards.

You can also look for specific items that represent a particular player. Consider putting together a collection that has several gifts in one, this way they get lots of items in one present.

Another item sports fans love is team apparel. You used to only be able to get team apparel if you attended a game. Nowadays, it is everywhere. You can find local favorites in department stores or you can go online and get just about every article of clothing available in the appropriate team colors. If you are trying to save money, rummage sales are often a great place to pick up team of apparel of local organizations. Some apparel is pricey, like jerseys and outerwear, so if you find something that is gently used at a rummage sale, you can often get a spectacular bargain.

Many sports teams and leagues also have an official catalog with licensed apparel. If you have an upcoming gift occasion, request a catalog from the league of your choice and browse the merchandise before making a decision. In addition to clothing, these catalogs often feature home goods, garden ornaments, tailgating merchandise, and jewelry.

A final option is to shop for autographed merchandise. This can be expensive to secure, or it can be completely free. If you are attending a game prior to your gift giving occasion, attempt to get something signed by a player. Memorabilia shows also offer great autograph opportunities. Another option is to purchase the autographed item in a store. Be sure the item is authentic and ask for a certificate of authenticity.

Connor R Sullivan recently sold his old baseball cards to a collector for a nice profit. His son purchased topps baseball cards to give to his younger brother as a birthday gift.

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Sullivan, Connor "Shopping For Someone Who Loves Sports." Shopping For Someone Who Loves Sports. 6 Jul. 2010. 22 Oct 2014 <>.

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Sullivan, C (2010, July 6). Shopping For Someone Who Loves Sports. Retrieved October 22, 2014, from

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Sullivan, Connor "Shopping For Someone Who Loves Sports"

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