You know who has the best gift ideas for the holidays? After Santa Claus himself, we like to think the New York Post does.
After writing up gift guides galore this holiday season, there’s one more you need to check out and it comes straight from the source. This year, the New York Post and Page Six official merchandise store has their very own holiday collection, stocked with items for everyone on your list.
Head over to the site now to take a look, and then keep on reading for our top picks from the collection, perfect for an upcoming office holiday party, White Elephant gift exchange, and of course for the biggest event of them all on the morning of Dec. 25.
Speaking of dates, be sure to order your items by Dec. 15 for a delivery date in time for Dec. 24, and Hanukkah shoppers should check out ASAP, since the holiday begins at sundown on Dec. 18.
Who knows, maybe Santa himself will be spotted in some merch this year — do you think a nice hat, or a naughty one?
When it comes to ugly holiday sweaters, we take things literally. These amazingly ugly holiday sweaters come in a New York Post version and a Page Six one, with the fonts to match. They are printed on cozy crewnecks, with the respective publication’s logo on the back.
We all have choices in life — buying one of these hats is a pretty easy one. This is a great gift for anyone on your gifting list this year, regardless of if they’ve been naughty or nice, and it makes a great gag gift or White Elephant present, too.
We don’t want to get into religion, but instead of a Christmas ham this year, why not take a page out of the “Old Jewish Men” handbook and trade it in for Chinese food? Get the new limited edition OJM x NYP collab sweatshirt for 2022, featuring the classic Chinese food and a movie trope, illustrated on a red or gray crewneck.
‘Tis the season for hot cocoa or even a hot toddy, to go with some gossip or streaming news. Pick your favorite source of news, from New York Post, Page Six and even Decider, or collect them all and then settle in for sweater weather season.
5. Sweater Weather Insulated Tumbler: New York Post, Page Six, Decider, $32
Keep your drink cold and your hands warm with these adorable and festive tumblers. The cups come with a reusable metal straw, while the insulated bottle is good for both cold and hot drinks.
Last, but not least, this one is for the Scrooge on your shopping list. The Bah Humbug Mug is actually based on a classic front page headline from the ghost of the Post’s past, circa 1989 to be specific, and makes for a great gift for the history buff or collector.
Instead of hiding a pickle ornament on your tree, wear it proudly on your head with this beanie. The OJM collaboration hat is back for another season, honoring the New York Deli Association (that we wish were real — Santa, can you make this wish come true this year?)
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