This Online Store Has Tons of New Jersey-Themed Gifts

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If you ever wonder what to do in New Jersey, I suggest you visit the New Jersey Website Ain’t Boring. You can find day trips around the state, where to eat and drink, and now where to buy your favorite New Jerseyan.

The NJIB store is online only and is featured on both Etsy and Fire.

This is not an advertisement for NJIB, but I think they have some really unique gifts made especially for those who love (or miss) New Jersey. They have clothing, signs, ornaments, posters and more. If you can find these articles elsewhere, I haven’t seen it. Of course, the store is open in time for the holidays.

Check out some of these New Jersey-centric freebies (or maybe you’ll keep them to yourself!):

There’s that New Jersey feel highlighting some of the most notable places in the state.

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How about an ugly “Spruce Springsteen” sweater?

Or a Christmas decoration?

holiday stickers

Buy early, there’s no telling how long these unique gifts will last.

The views expressed in the above post are those of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Bill Doyle only.

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