40 Nightmare Before Christmas Gifts


We all love a good Tim Burton production, and “The Nightmare Before Christmas” is one of his finest works. If you’re obsessed with the film, we don’t blame you. The tenacious leads, captivating locations, and hypnotic soundtracks all seem to pull you in, which is why we’ve taken the time to compile a list of some of the best “Nightmare Before Christmas” gifts that you and your loved ones will adore.

Choosing the best nightmare before Christmas gifts

The movie “The Nightmare Before Christmas” is considered a Disney Classic and we bet when producer Tim Burton had it released in 1993, he never imagined it would grow to have such acclaim. The movie has, over the years, amassed a number of faithful fans and as a result, some smart business owners have made money selling merchandise to these loyal followers.

So when choosing the best nightmare before Christmas gifts, you cannot go wrong picking from any of the merchandise available both online or in-store. You have a wide selection of items ranging from apparel to backpacks, to jewelry pieces and various decorative pieces. If you know who your recipient’s favorite character in the film is, you could buy their figurines or have your chosen gift personalized with their image.

How we identified the best nightmare before Christmas gifts

Our selection of best nightmare before Christmas gifts kept to the movie’s theme and its characters and we identified items such as the Jack Skellington action figure, the Jack and Sally poster, and keychains of some of the movie’s characters in 3D. Each of these gifts we selected to help a fan of this movie pay homage to it.

We also identified personalized items that speak to your recipient’s love of the movie and that are functional. We chose items that they can use in their day-to-day activities such as the Jack Skellington hair clips, car air fresheners, and black sneakers screen printed with scenes from the movie.

Tips for buying the best nightmare before Christmas gifts

  1. Consider their interests
    First, reflect on what your recipient’s hobbies and interests are. Then pick an item that they regularly use while engaged in these hobbies and have it customized. For example, for the person who loves to cook, buy them an apron and then have it printed with “The Nightmare Before Christmas” theme.
  2. Have a budget
    If you are also a nightmare before Christmas fan, do not go gift buying before setting budgetary limits. We tend to overspend when shopping for things that also resonate with us be cautious about falling into this trap.
  3. Ask for assistance
    Even if you are not a fan of nightmare before Christmas and maybe have never even seen the movie, you still need to gift appropriately. Seek help on what are the best items to buy from the recipient or other people who would know.