Detroit Tigers Fans Holiday Gift Ideas


If you ask any Detroit Tigers fans what they want for Christmas, they will undoubtedly say they want a World Series championship. Since you can’t buy that at your local Costco or Target, here are a few other ideas that will make your favorite Tigers fan appreciate your thoughtfulness:

Season tickets

This is one of the best gifts you can give to any fan. The Tigers offer several season ticket plans that can be customized to meet your loved one’s schedule. The season ticket prices are less expensive than buying individual game tickets. The Tigers offer gift-givers the option to buy

gift cards

that can be exchanged for tickets, too. Just remember to buy the same ticket package for yourself so you can tag along to the games!

May 12, 2015; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler (3) celebrates with teammates after his game winning RBI in the tenth inning against the Minnesota Twins at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

  • Customized jerseys: A customized jersey is a gift that will be enjoyed for years to come. The D Shop offers customizable jerseys for men and women at a variety of price points. You can add your last name or a favorite retired player like Al Kaline or Ty Cobb. You could also choose from the authentic jerseys with Justin Verlander, Ian Kinsler, or Miguel Cabrera.
  • Fantasy experiences: The Detroit Tigers know that fans loved to get involved in their games. The fantasy experiences include options like working on the grounds crew for a day, hitting in batting practice, or touring the front office. These experiences include tickets to the games and most include parking privileges, too.
  • Spring training: If you love getting out of the cold Michigan winter weather, a spring training experience is a gift that brings warmth and fun. The Detroit Tigers have organized travel packages that include lodging near Joker Marchant Stadium as well as a rental car. All you have to do is get to Lakeland, Florida, then drive to the games. Some of the experiences include time with players and they all include game day gear.
  • MLB.TV:

    If your favorite Tigers fan cannot get to Comerica Park or watch every game on television and does not live in Michigan,


    will fill in the gaps. For $129.99, you can give the gift of baseball. Anyone with an MLB.TV subscription can watch every game on their electronic devices. They can also watch spring training games that are not broadcast on television, too. When the season is finished, they can watch an archived collection of games. In Michigan, watch for updates from

    Fox Sports Detroit

    about streaming.

    May 20, 2015; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera (24) in the dugout before the game against the Milwaukee Brewers at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

  • Plush Miguel Cabrera: If you do not have hundreds of dollars to spend, why not give the gift of Miguel Cabrera? The best hitter on the planet comes in a 10″ plush version complete with goatee and typical Miggy grin. For under $20, this is a great option for fans of all ages.
  • Autographed baseballs

    With 40,000 people attending games on a regular basis at Comerica Park, the odds of getting an autograph from a favorite player are quite slim. Fans loved autographed baseballs and the D Shop offers several authenticated balls signed by former and current players. From game-used balls autographed by

    Max Scherzer


    Daniel Norris

    to those signed by

    Jack Morris


    Kirk Gibson

    , there is something for every fan and a variety of price points. Don’t forget a logo


    to keep the balls protected from the elements.

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  • Plush Blankets: This is a gift that fans can use at home or at the ballpark. The plush sherpa blankets are perfect to bring to Comerica Park for those cool spring and fall games. They are also excellent choices for wrapping up in on the couch for those late night extra-innings games, too.