15 Amazing Gifts for Scrabble Lovers

Amazing Gifts for Scrabble Lovers

Most writers and readers love Scrabble. It’s a game that can combine their nerdy knowledge of words with a fun competition with their friends. But, it’s one of those games that anyone can enjoy so it’s perfect for family game night or even just a 1 on 1 game. Because Scrabble is such a popular game, there are lots of really cool Scrabble gifts and merchandise available.

If you’re stumped on what to get your book loving, Scrabble playing friend or family member, check out this list of amazing and unique gifts. Some make great stocking stuffers and others are unforgettable gifts for birthdays, anniversaries, or Christmas.

Cool Gifts for Scrabble Lovers

1. Scrabble 2-in-1 Message Board

Add some fun to your home or apartment with this message board. It combines a dry erase message board with a magnetic tin Scrabble board. Hang it on your wall to keep track of To Dos or grocery lists, and get a fun game of Scrabble going at the same time.

2. The Official Scrabble Players Dictionary

Every game of Scrabble needs a dictionary on hand in case someone challenges another player’s words. While most people can just look up words on their phone, it’s more fun to use the Official Scrabble Dictionary with 100,000 two to eight letter words. This is the most up-to-date version with new words like “hashtag” and “selfie.”

3. Scrabble Refrigerator Magnet Game Set

Take your love of Scrabble to the kitchen with these fun magnets. This is a full set of Scrabble letters in magnet form so you can write messages on the fridge or even play a game of Scrabble. This makes a great stocking stuffer.

4. Scrabble Deluxe Wooden Edition

The standard cardboard version of Scrabble is like kiddie stuff compares to this amazing deluxe edition. The board is a solid wood cabinet with a lazy susan that allows you to easily rotate the board for each player’s turn. It comes with mahogany finish tile racks and letter tiles with gold print. This is a gorgeous set that will make and receiver feel glamorous when they play it. Makes a gorgeous display piece as well.

5. Scrabble Board Dish Towel

This cute tea towel is the perfect gift for Scrabble lovers. It’s a 100% cotton towel with the Scrabble board printed on it. Perfect for use in the kitchen, or to display. You could even use it for an impromptu game of Scrabble.

6. Large Scrabble Tile Signs

Large Scrabble Tile Signs Gift Ideas

If you’re looking for a really unique gift for Scrabble lovers, check out these amazing handmade wooden Scrabble tiles. They’re 6″ tall and make a creative and fun decoration for any home. They can be hung on the wall like a game of Scrabble in progress, or displayed on an oversized tile rack. These are great for kids rooms or game rooms.

7. Scrabble T-Shirt

Scrabble T-shirt Gift for Scrabble Lovers

This t-shirt has a great joke on it that only Scrabble fans will get! One + one = six! This is a perfect gift for Scrabble fans. And if you want to buy one for yourself, I think that’s okay too.

8. Bene Casa Folding Game Table

Bene Casa Folding Game Table Gifts for Scrabble Lovers

Originally designed for playing dominoes, this table is perfect for serious Scrabble players. It features built-in cup holders to keep your drinks from tipping over and tile holders so you can organize your letter tiles. The table folds up for easy storage. This is a great gift for anyone who is in a Scrabble club or just like to have game night at their house.

9. Scrabble Coasters

Scrabble Coasters Gifts

Made from authentic Scrabble tiles, these coasters feature words themed to coffee, beer, and wine. They come in sets or a mixed bunch so you can pick the perfect tiles to go with your current beverage. These are fun to display and use.

10. Scrabble Letter Tile Mug

This is the perfect gift for a Scrabble lover who also enjoys tea or coffee. The entire alphabet is available as a mug, so you can get one for every member of the family’s initial, or just get a set of random letters.

11. Scrabble Letter Tile Pendant Necklace

Scrabble Letter Tile Pendant Necklace Gift

This cute necklace features a pendant made to look like a Scrabble tile. The aluminum square charm is beautiful and affordable. You can pick any letter you want to easily match the initial of the giftee.

12. Scrabble Board Lounge Pants

These PJ pants are perfect for a cozy day at home, playing your favorite board game. They feature a print of a Scrabble board and tiles. This is a comfy gift, perfect for Christmas.

13. Vintage Scrabble Tile Mug

Nothing cheers up a dreary Monday morning at the office like a sip of coffee from this awesome mug. This ceramic mug features the vintage Scrabble board and tiles printed on the outside and is sure to conjure up pleasant memories of family game night and Scrabble victories for the receiver. Include some coffee, tea, or hot cocoa with your gift to make a nice gift bag.

14. Scrabble Cocktail Glasses

This is a gift perfect for the adult Scrabble fans who like to have board game nights with their friends and enjoy a few drinks. This set of two old fashioned cocktail glasses comes with the message “Let’s Get TOTALLY out of control tonight” printed on the side. TOTALLY is spelled out in Scrabble tiles, so this is the perfect cocktail glass for Friday game night. Of course, in this case, “totally out of control” means trying to slip in some made up words without the rest of the players noticing.

Each glass holds 11 oz. Made in the USA.

15. Scrabble Letter Tile Keyring

Here’s another great Scrabble gift idea that you can really personalize for the receiver. It’s a simply keychain featuring one letter tile based on the tiles in a Scrabble game, complete with point amount. All 26 letters are available, so you can get one (or 3) to match your loved one’s initials. This is a very affordable gift, great for a Secret Santa gift exchange, a stocking stuffer, or to include in a gift bag with other Scrabble gifts.

Comes in a slide out gift box.

Scrabble was originally created in 1938 by Alfred Mosher Butts under the name “Criss-Crosswords.” Eventually, the name was changed, and the game reached wider distribution when it was discovered by Macy’s president Jack Straus in 1952. He ordered it to stock in his store and it became a “must have” game. It’s still a beloved game today across the world, with over 150 million sets sold. It’s currently available in 121 countries in 29 different languages.

Learn more about the history of Scrabble on Wikipedia.