Will you accept this rose, er, present? If you’re a member of Bachelor Nation (or know someone who is), you may be on the lookout for the best Bachelor TV show gifts.
The Bachelor premiered on ABC in 2002, and since then, the franchise has become an international phenomenon. Its first spinoff, The Bachelorette, premiered in 2003, and in the years that followed, more spinoffs—Bachelor Pad, Bachelor in Paradise, Bachelor: Winter Games, Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart—made their way on screen and into the hearts of Bachelor Nation. With millions of fans across the country, you’re bound to know someone who’s a Bachelor Nation member (or maybe you’re one yourself), which makes it easy when it comes to gift-giving. As we’ve found out, there are tons of Bachelor TV show gifts that the Bachelor Nation members in your life will love, from a behind-the-scenes book about all the franchise’s inside secrets to a Bachelor-themed board game that only real Bachelor Nation members will win at.
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Whether you’re a fan or not, there’s no doubt that the Bachelor franchise is a pop-cultural phenomenon. Treat a Bachelor Nation member in your life (or yourself!) and buy one of these awesome Bachelor TV show gifts.
Los Angeles Times writer Amy Kaufman’s book, Bachelor Nation: Inside the World of America’s Favorite Guilty Pleasure, is a deep dive into the Bachelor franchise. The book uncovers the secrets of Bachelor Nation, from how much the Bachelor and the Bachelorette are paid to the rules contestants have to follow, that producers don’t want fans to know. It’s a must-read for any Bachelor Nation member.
Cameo allows you to create customized and personalized video shoutouts featuring some of your favorite celebs—and yes, that means some of the most beloved personalities from the franchise, including Courtney Robertson, Ben Higgins, and yes, even Chris Harrison.
Use these Bachelor-themed Bingo cards for Bachelor Mondays and see how many you can mark off. The Bingo card includes many Bachelor tropes, such as fireworks, someone cries, a 2-on-1 and when a contestant uses the word “journey” instead of “show.”
There are so many iconic catchphrases from The Bachelor: “The most dramatic season yet”, “Will you accept this rose?” etc. But even if you’re not a member of Bachelor Nation, you likely recognize the phrase “Can I steal you for a sec?” as what contestants tell the lead in pretty much every episode when they want more time with them. This dad hat, which comes in black, navy and pink, incorporates the phrase for a simple but effective look.
Test your Bachelor knowledge with this Bachelor trivia board game. Answer questions about Ben Higgins’ season and which Bachelor couple appeared on Couples Therapy to win the final rose and surpass Bachelor-themed landmarks like “Fantasy Suite Material” and “Not Here to Make Friends.”
Wear your Bachelor Nation pride loud and proud with this fleece crewneck sweatshirt, with the Bachelor font front and center. The sweatshirt comes in colors including navy, maroon, dark heather grey and light blue.
Ever wondered what the Final Rose would smell like? This final rose-scented candle makes that a reality. Incorporating scents such as gingered bergamot and garden roses, this candle gives Bachelor Nation members a taste of what it would be like to win the Bachelor or the Bachelorette final rose.
Want to dress up your bottles of rosé for summertime binges of Bachelor in Paradise? For an easy gift idea, slap one of these labels on your favorite bottle of wine (preferably something red or pink) and give it to a Bachelor Nation member in your life.
Tyler Cameron was a fan favorite on season 15 of The Bachelorette with Hannah Brown. He was eliminated in second place and went on to date celebrities like Gigi Hadid. In his memoir, You Deserve Better: What Life Has Taught Me About Love, Relationships, and Becoming Your Best Self, which hits shelves on July 27, 2021, Tyler talks about toxic masculinity, his time on The Bachelorette and what Bachelor Nation fans don’t know about Tyler C.
Season 10 Bachelorette Andi Dorfman’s memoir, It’s Not Okay: Turning Heartbreak into Happily Never After, was one of the first big books to come out of the Bachelor franchise. In the book, Andi writes about her time on season 18 of The Bachelor and the real reason she rejected Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis for his “bad behavior.” The book also talks about Andi’s time as the Bachelorette and her drama-filled relationship with winner and ex-fiancé Josh Murray after the show.
Of the 25-plus Bachelors who have been on our TV screens, Sean Lowe is among the few who is still with the winner of his season. The season 17 Bachelor married winner Catherine Giudici and shares three kids with her. In his memoir, For the Right Reasons: America’s Favorite Bachelor on Faith, Love, Marriage, and Why Nice Guys Finish First, Sean talks about what it was like to be a born-again virgin Bachelor, his life leading up to the franchise and the moments from his seasons fans didn’t see.
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