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[10] AWESOME Gift Ideas For Twitch Mods (Read THIS First!)

[10] AWESOME Gift Ideas For Twitch Mods (Read THIS First!)

Mods are crucial to having a successful stream. If you have a stellar team of mods on your stream, and you are looking for gifts to give to them, check out my awesome gift list below.

Twitch Mod Gift Ideas

  1. Video Games
  2. In-Game Skins, Items, Or Currency
  3. Your Own Merch
  4. Mugs
  5. Twitch Merch
  6. Desk Ornament
  7. Gift Cards
  8. Posters
  9. Gifted Subs
  10. Personal Letter/Message

1. Video Games

Most mods on Twitch are also gamers themselves. So why not reward them with a game of their choosing?

You can buy the actual game for them or just get them a Steam gift card and let them buy the game they want.

And if you want to try and save some money when buying the game, consider going through Eneba. They are a legit game-key reseller that helps gamers save money on games. I’ve used them before and they are great.

Eneba Logo

2. In-Game Skins, Items, Or Currency

Similar to the previous idea, if your mod is into gaming, consider buying them some kind of in-game add-on.

This could be a skin, an item, a pack of cards, or anything else related to the game they are into. The easiest way to do this would be to buy them a gift card for the game they are into (like these on Amazon).

However, if you are looking for a deal, Eneba also has in-game items or currency available at a discount. You can check Eneba out here.

3. Your Own Merch

Do you sell merch on your stream? If you do, maybe gift a hat or a shirt to a couple of your mods. Giving your merch away to a mod is really a win-win.

On the one hand your mod gets free merch, and on the other hand you give your merch to someone who you know will wear your merch and support your brand.

4. Mugs

If you want to buy something for your mods during the holiday season, then mugs are a great choice. They are cheap and easy to find. This is nice if you have several mods that you are buying gifts for.

And don’t bother running around town trying to find some mugs. Amazon has a great selection of mugs from your mod’s favorite sports team to your mod’s favorite anime. They have it all.

5. Twitch Merch

Most mods are mods on several Twitch channels, not just yours. For this reason it is safe to assume that they not only love your channel, but they also love the Twitch platform.

So why not buy them some Twitch merch that they can rock? Twitch merch is somewhat iconic in the streaming/gaming community and you have probably seen it around.

They have hoodies, t-shirts, hats, pillows, and much more. The merch is actually pretty cool looking too. You can check out some of the awesome Twitch merch here on Amazon.

6. Desk Ornament

Someone who is a mod probably spends a lot of time on their computer since it is much easier to mod on PC than it is on a phone.

With that in mind, consider gifting your mods some kind of desk ornament to spice up their setup and remind them of their favorite streamer, YOU!

You can get anything from a tiny figurine, to a pendulum swing, or even a tiny picture frame. There are tons of options here. Check out Amazon here for some very cool desk ornaments.

7. Gift Cards

You really can’t go wrong with a gift card. It could be to your mod’s favorite restaurant, Starbucks, Amazon, or any place else you think your mod would enjoy.

Gifts cards are always appreciated, regardless of how much you decide to put on the card itself. Oh and I like that you can send some gift cards virtually which makes your life a lot easier.

8. Posters

Posters are just so cool. Whether it’s an anime poster, or a poster of a famous movie, posters go great in any room.

They are also super affordable which makes it easier to gift them to several mods. You can find a wide range of posters here on Amazon, or you can go to your local Target or Walmart and see what they have.

9. Gifted Subs

If your mod is also a streamer, consider popping into their stream one day and gifting them a ton of subs. What would make it even better is if you don’t even tell them that you are going to gift them subs.

Just randomly pop into their stream one day and drop a bunch of gifted subs on them. They will greatly appreciate you for that and it’s a great way for you to show that you care about them.

And if your mod is not a streamer, offer to gift them a sub in your channel for the next few months as a way to say thank you. For more about gifted subs on Twitch check out my article here.

10. Personal Letter/Message

It’s the thought that counts right? Many mods choose to mod for a streamer not because they expect to be paid, they simply like the streamer and want to support them in any way they can.

To show your appreciation, you might want to write them a letter or a message thanking them for everything they do for your community as a mod.

Make it personal and address them directly. Tell them how important they are to you and to the community. It might sound cheesy, but that could mean a lot to a person who wants to see you as a streamer succeed.

The gifts above are great for a mod’s birthday, a holiday present, or just to say thanks for being a mod. Mods are great to have in a community so make sure you are always appreciating them.

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