Simplify Holiday Shopping With A Holiday Greek Gift Set
Do you have a college fraternity man on your holiday gift list this season? Choosing a present with their house's Greek letters is sure to be a hit. However, how do you decide which items your son, nephew, grandson or other college man will like? Don't worry. We've taken some of our most popular items and grouped them together in sets. You're not only assured that these are items your fraternity guy will appreciate, but you'll save money, too.
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Holiday Greek Gift Sets with Campus Classics
Campus Classics makes it easy to pick out fraternity gear and Greek letter apparel for your favorite college guy. We have four pre-packaged gift sets filled with the hottest fraternity gear of the season. He be sure to appreciate this thoughtful gift!
1. The Ultimate Gift Set
The price for this gift set is just $99.99, which saves you more $21 off of the individual prices! The Fraternity Ultimate Gift Set isfilled with quality fraternity gift items and apparel that any fraternity man will be proud to own and wear. We've put together a collection of things like a warm hooded sweatshirt, an engraved Christmas ornament, a t-shirt and the most comfortable sweatpants on the planet
2. The Deluxe Gift Set
The Deluxe Gift Set is similar to the Ultimate, only difference is it does not contain the lounge sweatpants. It is priced at $74.99, which saves you over $12 off of the individual prices.
3. The Shirt & Tie Gift Set
The Shirt & Tie gift set contains our top of the line white button down shirt and our 100% woven silk neck tie. It is priced at $59.99, which saves you over $8 off of the individual prices.
Let Campus Classics handle your holiday shopping this season. We've been selling quality fraternity apparel and Greek letter gift ideas for more than 25 years. Plus, our merchandise is fully licensed, so you don't have to worry about the quality of the artwork or that your son or nephew's organization might not be getting the royalties they deserve.