Updated: April 24, 2019 9:51:08 am
Avengers: Endgame has emerged as the most discussed film of this year, as it is expected to be the perfect conclusion to the 22 film infinity Saga by the Marvel Universe. Avengers, which has a huge fan following across the world, is not limited to being just a film. It also has dedicated merchandise which fans are in awe of. Right from young children to adults, almost everyone wants to get hold of that one memorabilia which is representative of their favourite on-screen character.
If you too are an Avengers fan and want to have your own set of Avengers mugs, bottles, or shirts, we have you covered. Here are some things that you can buy online in India.
Avengers Endgame T-shirts
Priced at Rs 349 on bewakoof.com, this classic black lightweight jersey with a capital ‘A’ printed on it is a cool way to express your fandom. There are also Iron Man t-shirts with Avengers endgame quote ‘Whatever It Takes’ written on it which retails for Rs 899 at Amazon.
Like sipping your morning coffee in a mug which features your favourite character or series? Then check out these lovely mugs that are available on Amazon ranging from Rs 190 to 699.
Funko toys are perfect for that Avengers fan in you. Available in various forms – Hawkeye, Black Widow, Iron Man, Hulk – you name it and they have it. Available on Flipkart for Indian fans, the price range starts from Rs 879.
Avengers Key Chain
Why not have Thor’s hammer as your key chain, hoping no one will be able to lift it! Jokes apart, the various thematic keychains available on Amazon are the perfect gift you can give to your fellow Avenger fan.
Avengers cupcake food toppers
These cupcake toppers will be the perfect addition to any Avenger-themed party. They can also be used as food and dessert toppers if there are no cupcakes on the menu.
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