'Game of Thrones' Shake Shack, Oreos and Mountain Dew: Where to Buy Exclusive Season 8 Premiere Products

We have waited 595 days (we counted) for the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones. The season will premiere on April 14 at 9 p.m. ET.

As fans are no doubt preparing their viewing parties with the help of Newsweek's guides on Game of Thrones themed food and snacks, and some special GoT cocktails, we have now found our favourite themed merchandise that every fan must get their hands on.

A man needs to eat

Hungry for your chance to claim the throne? To kick off the collab, we’re bringing the official Dragonstone Throne to the West Village Shack in NYC for one day only on 4/12. RSVP here: https://t.co/Sj4vmNluZJ https://t.co/wdJgtC0ybZ

— SHAKE SHACK (@shakeshack) April 11, 2019

To celebrate the launch of its national menu collaboration, the official Dragonstone Throne is popping up for one day only at the West Village Shake Shack in New York City. The West Village Shack will be serving up both the limited-edition Dracarys Burger plus the Dragonglass Shake, while supplies last.

The Dracarys Burger (Drakaro Parkliapos in Valarien) features a double Monterey Jack cheeseburger. It is rumored to have been griddled by the fires of Drogon and Rhaegal. It's topped with a fiery ShackSauce and bacon (apparently a Dothraki delicacy).

The Dragonglass Shake (Zīrtom Perzomy Rholītsos) is made up of frozen custard and topped with shards of "Dragonglass."

Become a Master of Cookies

When you play the #GameOfCookies you pledge your fealty on https://t.co/GSxcTv0Vzv. #ForTheThrone pic.twitter.com/yzGx9OmQvd

— OREO Cookie (@Oreo) April 10, 2019

It's time to pledge your allegiance! Oreo has designed four limited edition cookies with the sigils of each of the major players in the final season of Game of Thrones. Are you House Lannister, House Stark, House Targaryen or the Night King?

A can has no name

Winter is here and our cans are BACK.

Tell us what you'd sacrifice & use #ACanHasNoName #ForTheThrone #MTNDEWsweepstakes for a chance to win a limited edition @GameOfThrones Mtn Dew can. Catch the Final Season April 14 on @HBO. 18+, Ends 4/7/19. Rules: https://t.co/4LVodjGOTm pic.twitter.com/26JObvvXta

— Mountain Dew® (@MountainDew) April 7, 2019

Mountain Dew created a limited edition drink which shows the characters on Arya Stark's hit list—alive or fallen. Fans had to tell the beverage company on social media what they would sacrifice to get one of the limited edition cans.

Can I have a White Walker on the rocks, please?

Toast to the new season of @GameOfThrones with our exclusive White Walker by @johnniewalker_ #WinterIsHere #JWWhiteWalker #WhiskyWednesday Find out more here: https://t.co/Yh4zaEwl4L pic.twitter.com/9V7bPhnPV2

— Diageo News (@Diageo_News) April 10, 2019

Diageo and HBO released their limited-edition collection of Single Malt Scotch Whiskies in February. The collection features eight scotch whiskies, each paired with one of the iconic Houses of Westeros, as well as the Night's Watch, giving fans an authentic taste of the Seven Kingdoms and beyond. It joins the White Walker bottle which was launched in October 2018.

The night is no longer full of terrors

Not just restricted to the food and beverage industry, The Lumineers are one the many artists featured on For The Throne, the upcoming album featuring songs inspired by Game of Thrones.

The song is called "Nighshade," and is being made available today (Friday, April 12). For The Throne also features songs from Muse's Matt Bellamy, Mumford & Sons, X Ambassadors, The National, and others. The full album arrives April 26.

Montegrappa's Iron Throne

The luxury goods market has also paid homage to the series. According to its website, Montegrappa has released a Game of Thrones fountain pen, made of two-tone precious metal, fashioned with the lost-wax casting technique in solid 18K gold, and further enriched with black and white celluloid details. It will set you back a bit though; € 3,900 ($4,414).

One website is listing the pen for £41,075 ($53,833); we'd suggest that only die-hard fans spend this much.