Points and Pints – Classic Plays on Coasters

Consumer Update

When it comes to sports fans, this is one for the books. We can all agree that one of the best things to do is bond over a favorite team, right? Well, a product we recently featured knows all about that and it’s called Points and Pints.

And if you’re an Eagles fan, you’ll probably be ever-relishing in their very first football win. Well, why not get that memory forever etched on a coaster? Add decor to your home and some sports facts all at the same time!

For example, if you want to relive the shoe-catch by Julian Edelman in Superbowl 51, get it etched and relive the moment as much as you want! What about the Bronco’s first Superbowl win over Greenbay?

You can always enjoy these moments when you set your drinks down on these coaster sets. And if you’re like many, use it as an ice-breaker or just simply to brag about your team! And as an added bonus, they’ve just added over 100 teams across Football, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, College Basketball, and College Football.

The coasters all have felt bottoms so you don’t have to worry about scratching your table while handing them out to your guests. And each set comes with four coasters and game reports so you know exactly what plays you’re looking at.

You can pick up new coasters or some of their other merchandise, from mugs to posters to phones cases and drawstring bags by heading over to PointsandPints.com.


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