Trump is giving supporters the chance to make the campaign louder with their very own mini-megaphone ($8).
“Make America Great Again!” pom poms, for $12.50.
The Bush campaign is selling a $75 “Guaca Bowle.”
Bush's campaign store is also selling a vintage tank top ($20).
A shirt ($25) with a quote from Jeb defending his father, in which he says Bush 41 "is the greatest man I've ever known."
The priciest item in all the candidates' stores came from the Paul camp – a copy of the Constitution, signed by the Kentucky senator, for $1,000.
A signed eye chart – Paul is an eye doctor – which will only set you back $500.
Hillary Clinton’s "hard drive," referring to the email scandal currently plaguing the Democratic frontrunner, is for sale for just under $100.
And then there's The Rand Paul "NSA Spy Cam Blocker" for your computer's webcam.
"Grill-ary Clinton" apron ($20), complete with catchphrase “amirite?”
'Chill-ary Clinton' koozie pack ($10)
The Clinton pantsuit …T-shirt ($30).
A stitch by stich throw pillow emblazoned with 'A woman's place is in the White House.'
Comic-book style T-shirt, labeled “Defeat the Clinton machine” ($19).
The Texas senator is selling a bumper sticker that says “This vehicle makes right turns only” ($10).
The Wisconsin governor is selling signed yard signs for $75 a pop.
With more than 20 candidates on the presidential field right now, campaigns are doing whatever it takes to raise money, win followers -- and get noticed. And in the niche market of campaign merchandise, that means bizarre is better.