If you’re on a limited budget and keep track of every paycheck, you’ve probably allowed yourself some wiggle space to purchase for Christmas gifts.
After all, buying for your mother, father, brother, sister, spouse, best friend, coworker, and other loved ones may quickly become overwhelming.
We’ve tried numerous items, investigated shopping categories ranging from beauty to electronics, and strive to constantly present a varied range of pricing and styles to fit each reader.
We presented a plethora of possibilities, ranging from e-gift cards to things available on Amazon with two-day delivery, to make this a guide worth bookmarking.
Best Gifts Under $25
1. Electric Heated Feet Warmer, $16
Remember Wish? Well, it recently had a rebrand and we’re obsessed with all the rockstar gifts you can pick up for everyone on your list. One of our favorites is, without a doubt, its Electric Heated Feet Warmer. It’s your coziest pair of slippers, elevated.
If your gift recipient loves to cook and bake, they can never have too many aprons. Make a unique presentation with the Classic Solid Personalized Apron from Williams Sonoma that comes in a palette of colors.
When we shop for cookbooks, we love ones with easy-to-make recipes and beautiful pictures. “The Pasta Queen” fits the bill with scrumptious recipes (over 100, to be exact) and a wealth of inspiration for your next cozy dinner. If you know someone who loves to cook, they won’t be disappointed with this one.
4. Anthropologie Cozy Home Mug, $16
We can’t believe this adorable festive mug is less than $20, either. We’re pretty much obsessed with all of Anthropologie’s gifts, but its Cozy Home Mugs takes the cake. Not only will your giftee want to drink from it all winter long, but its “roof” keeps your coffee warm — how great is that?
It’s time to get the party started with the “New Phone, Who Dis” game — a derision of the fan-favorite What Do You Meme? that’s in-tune with modern-day communication and so much fun. As someone with plenty of adult card party games, this one takes the cake.
6. TP-Link AC750 WiFi Extender, $26, original price: $35
Give the gift of an improved Internet connection with this WiFi Extender — an affordable, around $20 option that adds practicality and convenience to anyone’s home.
We gifted this Double-Mitt Pot Holder to our moms and, truth be told, can’t imagine using our ovens without it. As seen on “The Great British Baking Show,” you slip both hands into the mitts’ inserts — the easiest way to put pans in and take them out when hot.
8. Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote, $20, original price: $40
If your TV ain’t smart, Amazon’s Fire TV Stick will make sure your screen is educated. It’s Alexa-compatible, delivers access to your favorite streaming platforms — including Spotify and YouTube — and enhances your watching experience. If you don’t have a super smart TV, this gift is perfect.
We found the perfect stocking stuffer for the person you know who loves well-manicured nails. Chillhouse is one of our favorite brands that makes press-on nails easy as can be (with unique and classic designs alike). For less than $20, Free People has them in stock.
10. 360 Cookware Trivet, $20
For the cooking-obsessed, pick up a practical trivet to rest hot plates and pans on (perhaps the fan-favorite Always Pan). 360 Cookware’s epicurean trivets add a stylish addition to your counter while being dishwasher-safe and 100% American-made.
11. Buff City Soap Holly Day Soap, $8
Whether you’re looking for an unbeatable stocking stuffer, seriously run to Buff City Soap. We can’t recommend the brand enough and, impressively, it’s perfect for sensitive skin and has heavenly scents. For less than $10, you’ll want to buy at least 10 of these (buy now, thank us later).
12. Pink Stories Dip Dye Bubble Candle, $21
These bubble-style candles have been extremely popular lately and are a nifty way to add a touch of modernity to your home. Whether they’re placed on a nightstand or alongside your bathtub for your relaxing bubble bath, this less-than-$25 is cute and great for gifting.
Who doesn’t like unwrapping a delectable chocolate bar? Perfect for one’s Christmas stocking or to gift as an add-on to the holiday present you’ve been planning, you’ll want to add plenty of these $5 bars to your cart for a sweet treat.
14. Dash Mini Waffle Maker, $13
The Dash Mini Waffle Maker has been picking up steam on Amazon (as if more than 217,000 reviews isn’t proof enough). We have one ourselves and love how it’s easy to store, easy to clean and easy to make a fresh batch of waffles with. Plus, it’s a great less-than-$15 gift any breakfast-lover will adore.
For the person you know who’s Type A to a T (and adores anything color-coded or organizational), we have the perfect $15 gift: Erin Condren’s Watercolor Stripes Designer Schedule Pad. Not only is it the perfect weekly to-do list but it’s super cute, too.
Best Gifts Under $50
To be honest, we want this adorable (and warm) boys joggers in adult sizing. Just over $25, you can’t go wrong with adding these bottoms to your cart for the little on you know. Plus, the brand has an impressive catalog of elevated kids clothing to choose from.
Treat the beauty lover on your list to a designer-fledged option from Givency. Available at QVC, the brand’s signature Rouge Interdit Temptation Black Magic Lipstick is less than $35, a top seller and comes in a variety of sultry shades.
Yes, even kids can be TikTokers (kind of). With the VTech KidiZoom Creator Cam — one of the Internet’s top-rated toys — it’s sure to be a boatload of fun for puppet shows, dancing and singing.
As a morning routine essential, the Five-Minute Journal is a quick, wellness-minded way to reflect on each new day. With prompts to fill out gratitudes, intentions for the day and daily affirmations, it’s a meaningful gift to give this season.
5. Schitt’s Creek Monopoly, $45
Enter the board game we didn’t know we needed: Schitt’s Creek Monopoly.
Pass GO, collect $200 and stay en-route to the Rosebud Motel with this themed set from a Netflix fan-favorite show. We expect it will sell out quickly, too.
6. Adidas Men’s Adilette Slides, $15, original price: $45
Whether you’re off to the beach, taking out the garbage out at night or running errands, these Adidas’ Adilette Slides are your best friend. And, they’re unisex, especially because I slip on my boyfriend’s pair all the time.
Gifting to a skincare lover this season? We can’t rave enough about Alpyn Beauty’s Creamy Bubbling Cleanser with Fruit Enzymes & AHAs. Paired with the clean beauty brand’s Bearberry & Vitamin C Glow Serum ($59) and PlantGenius Melt Moisturizer ($60), our skin has been looking incredibly radiant.
Knit in a dreamy sky blue, this sherpa jacket is one of our favorites, notably for its fuzzy fit, gold button detailing and generous color rage that’ll make you want to grab one for every person on your list.
If you give someone this 25-pack of Baked By Melissa miniature cupcakes, they’ll be empty before you know it. I was recently gifted a yummy bundle and will say one thing: if you love red velvet, you may want to opt for a 50-pack of just those because they’re that good.
Plus, it’s great for your long-distance S.O. or BFF.
10. Blue Microphones Snowball iCE USB Microphone, $45, original price: $50
You don’t have to be a podcast host to appreciate Blue Microphones’ Snowball iCE USB Microphone. It’s been a favorite of ours for years and sits right at our desks to enhance the quality of our video calls (hey hey, WFH home life). It comes in handy for any audio-related projects and creative pursuits, too.
11. Book of the Month Subscription, $50
Sure, picking up books at Amazon or the library may be routine, but Book of the Month takes the “what book should I read next?” thought out of your mind to spend less time researching for your next paperback or hardcover and more time actually reading.
With a brief quiz and the newest releases across historical fiction, contemporary romance and more, it’s a fun gift to give to book lover in your life.
12. Boy Smells x Kacey Musgraves Slow Burn Scented Candle, $46 to $96
If you’ve been jamming out to ‘Breadwinner’ as of late (we plead the fifth on that one), this Slow Burn Scented Candle, Kacey Musgraves’ collaboration with Boy Smells, is a divine cozy gift — with scent notes of amber, black pepper and raspberry, among other scents.
13. Corkcicle Insulated Water Bottle, $30
We can’t start our mornings without filling up our Corkcicle Insulated Water Bottle to the brim. It’s a game-changer for keeping on your nightstand because your drink will stay cold for 25 hours and hot for 12. Not to mention, it comes in a variety of colors for everyone on your list.
Sephora’s gift sets are all the rage — and for a good reason. Year after year, the sought-after retailer comes out with the most gorgeous packages that make the perfect wrappable item for your bestie.
Specifically, we love the Sephora Favorites Sparkly Clean Makeup Set, featuring all clean beauty brands. You’ll love trying out smash hits from Biossance, Caudalie, ILIA Beauty and more.
15. Mejuri Metallic Sphere Ring, $48
We’re big fans of Mejuri for providing quality, minimalist pieces at a fair price. As one of our favorite brands we reviewed, its stunning Metallic Sphere Ring is the perfect less-than-$50 buy for the holidays.
Not to mention, Mejuri is one of our favorite affordable fine jewelry brands.
A personalized beverage tub is an option we gifted to many people IRL (parents, in-laws and more). Not to mention, it’s great to fill up with wine, chocolate and other goodies.
17. Make Your Own Hot Sauce Kit, $42
A lover of hot sauce? This Make Your Own Hot Sauce Kit comes with assorted ground and whole spices, distilled white vinegar and everything else you need to create your unique bottles.
18. MechMax 149-Piece Home Repair Tool Set, $32, original price: $50
This 149-Piece Home Repair Tool Set is heaven-set for the home improvement gift recipient in your life. And, basically, the only kit they’ll ever need.
For more options, check out our guide on the best tool boxes and kits.
19. Milk Bar Dozen Assorted Cookie Tin, $46
As one of our favorite cookie delivery services, Milk Bar has a variety of yummy flavor options that come in the cutest box to gift. Plus, the brand has a Road Trip Box that comes with 12 delicious cookies.
20. Abercrombie Men’s Essential Popover Hoodie, $60, original price: $70
For the person who appreciates anything cozy, this Essential Popover Hoodie is a cold-weather staple that has unique detailing along the sleeve. Not to mention, it’s a great gift for just about anyone.
21. Pure Daily Care Ultimate Aromatherapy Diffuser & Essential Oil Set, $40, original price: $70
Our diffuser is positioned near our work-from-home setup and makes for the perfect flame-free way to boost your room’s scent. Plus, you can mix and match the oils to create the perfect scent.
The Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer Brush developed a cult following and it’s a product we swear by. The days of holding a blow-dryer and brush are long gone.
23. Stonewall Kitchen Mini Scone Pan, $42
Know a lover of scones? For the person who adores everything breakfast-related, this Mini Scone Pan from Stonewall Kitchen offers a fresh taste to your next gathering.
24. The Body Source Himalayan Salt Lamp, $30, original price: $35
Our Himalayan Salt Lamp is one of our prized possessions on our nightstands and sets the perfect ambiance for nighttime reading. If you’re gift-giving to a self-care aficionado this year, look no further.
25. Amazon All-new Echo Show 5, $85
Whether you want to play Spotify on a larger screen than your phone or prefer a nice display for pulling up Pinterest recipes, the Amazon Echo Show 5 is brand-new and less than $100 for a solid tech gift.
Especially great for the plant lover in your life, Horti is one of the best plant subscriptions we’ve tried, notably for its quality pots and unique selections. Specifically, the Peperomia Pink Indoor House Plant gives a great subtle pop of pink to my bedroom.
27. KiwiCo Baking and Fractions Playset, $50
If you’re looking for a great toy, we have to turn you on to KiwiCo. My niece is obsessed with its Baking and Fractions Playset and, though she’s too young to understand fractions, it’s a great educational learning toy she can grow into.
Plus, the brand has so many gift bundles for each age.
28. iPlay Horse Stable Figurine Playset, $40, original price: $50
For the perfect gift for your one-year-old, consider the iPlay Horse Stable Figurine Set. Not only is it unique and interactive, but it comes with all the farm animals and their respective homes for engaging playtime — making it the perfect $50 gift.
When we say the 54 Thrones African Beauty Butter is one of the creamiest and most hydrating hand lotions we’ve ever experienced, we’re not lying. Not only is its signature formulation — which is infused with shea butter, baobab oil and jojoba oil — great for dry skin, but its trio set makes a wonderful bundle for the beauty lover you know.
Just shy of $50, this gorgeous snake-embossed leather wallet from & Other Stories is a practical, designer-looking buy for a fraction of the price. Plus, it’s small enough to fit in your mini bag or work tote.
We’re really serious about our coffee, and Atlas Coffee Club is one of the best services we’ve tried for fresh, unique blends from around the globe. Gift the brand’s World of Coffee Sampler to any person on your list who loves their morning (or afternoon) cup. It’s a wonderful gift for less than $30, too.
32. Bedsure Mellanni Hotel Luxury Sheet Set, $36, original price: $48
With nearly 320,000 whopping reviews, there’s no doubt about it — the Bedsure Mellanni Hotel Luxury Sheet Set is an Amazon best-seller and one investing in ASAP. Choose from your mattress size (or, your loved one’s) and enjoy catching those ZZZs in pure bliss.
For more options, check out our guide to the best bed sheets.
33. LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar, $45
For a unique twist on the typical LEGO gift, pick up this consumer-loved advent calendar to unwrap a new LEGO figurine leading up to Christmas. For less than $50, it’s great for the Star Wars fan you know, too.
34. Colleen Hoover Book Bundle, $32
For the reader you know who’s a major follower of #BookTok, the Colleen Hoover Book Bundle is one of the most anticipated gifts of the season. With four best-sellers from the author, it also comes with a bookmark to kickstart 2023 reading in the best way possible.
Searching for designer on a budget? Tory Burch has its signature scent in rollerball form for you to gift to your bestie or mom. With notes of neroli, grapefruit and peony (among others), it’s a lovely gift with a clean, fresh scent.
36. Cuddl Duds Crewneck Pajamas Set, $64
Doesn’t this pajama set just scream cozy? Not only do we love the wintertime pattern on this long-sleeve pajama set but it’s at a great value, too. You may want to pick one up for yourself to ring in the new year with some fresh sleepwear. Looking for matching Christmas family pajamas? We’ve got an edit on that, too!
Best Gifts Under $100
Who doesn’t love a good gift basket for the holidays? Whether you’re shipping your goodie to a long-distance loved one or want to treat the person on your list to something extra special, the GiftTree As Good As Gold Gift Basket makes a wonderful show.
For the lover of all things cozy, BaubleBar’s On Repeat Throw Blanket is the perfect gift under $100. Not only is it customizable but it’ll be a hit for anyone on your list. Not to mention, we rounded up our favorites here.
Le Creuset isn’t just known for its dutch ovens and fab stovetop tools. Its Heritage Square Baking Dishes Bundle is another quality option that will last for years of casserole-making, cinnamon roll-baking bliss.
4. Brooklinen Super Plush Robe, $99
Meet the cheese board I religiously used in my college apartment. The Compact Swivel Cheese & Tapas Board is a delight to serve charcuterie on, has a pillared display and is a dream to compactly store in your cabinet when not in use.
And, it’s one of our favorite charcuterie boards we rounded up this year.
6. J.Crew Slim Untucked Baird McNutt Irish Linen Shirt, $70, original price: $89
One thing we know for sure: you can never have too many dress shirts. Perfect to wear with chinos, the J.Crew Slim Untucked Baird McNutt Irish Linen Shirt is a top hit among our readers, especially if you’re looking for a great gift for your dad or boyfriend.
For more options, check out our guide to the best J.Crew holiday gifts.
Two things to note: (1) we can’t stop wearing these slippers and (2) they have to be the most adorable pair to wear all winter long. Just above that $50 price mark, they’ll be a gift your bestie, sister, mom (or anyone, TBH) will never forget.
My mom gifted me the LEGO Friends Central Perk Building Kit last Christmas because of how many times I’ve rewatched the show and it was so much fun to assemble on rainy days. Not to mention, the detail of the coffee bar is exceptional.
9. Papier Monogram Leather Notebook, $55
Papier has become one of our favorite stationery and one-stop-shop for planners, notebooks and journals. We use our personalized notebooks to jot down work ideas and especially love the Monogram Leather Notebook for a high-end feel.
10. 23andMe Ancestry + Traits Service, $79, original price: $99
23andMe’s Ancestry Service makes a great gift to learn more about your heritage. We reviewed it and were amazed by our results.
After a quick saliva sample, you’ll have your results in two weeks and discover specific ancestral information. Plus, you can upgrade to see your personalized health report, flagging risks of cardiovascular disease, lactose intolerance and more.
I gifted Acqua di Parma’s Colonia Bath & Shower Gel last year and it’s a fresh-scented product that adds a touch of luxury when applied. Plus, you’ll feel like you’re at an Italian Riviera.
12. Adidas Daily 3.0 Shoes, $49, original price: $65
The Adidas Daily 3.0 Shoes come in a variety of colors and are a basic yet stylish pair to add to your gift-giving list this season.
13. BlankNYC Flannel Shacket, $98
As one of our favorite shackets of the year, BlankNYC’s beautiful plaid style will turn heads. Plus, it’ll double as a transitional piece as we approach springtime.
14. Brightland The Duo Olive Oils, $74
Oh, how we adore Brightland. We reviewed the all-over-Instagram brand and its quality olive oils and vinegar are truly worth the buy. The Duo comes with the Awake Oil and the Alive Oil to give to anyone who appreciates the finer things in life.
15. By Rosie Jane ‘James’ Perfume, $70
When I ran out of my perfume, I was on the hunt for another scent. By Rosie Jane’s ‘James’ Perfume is one of my favorites for a quick spritz, leaving behind a fig, amber and gardenia triage that’s fresh and clean — just like its minimal and sleek packaging.
As a department store favorite cologne, Chanel’s Bleu De Chanel Eau De Toilette Spray is a fine gift for the man in your life to feel like a million bucks.
17. Click and Grow The Smart Garden 3, $70, original price: $100
No, you don’t have to pick up a pair of gardening gloves (although these floral ones are so cute) and tend to your basil. With Click and Grow, you’ll have the seed-to-herb experience and a lovely display piece for the kitchen. Read our review for our impressions.
18. Madewell The Zip-Up Lugsole Rain Boot, $75, original price: $88
Madewll’s Zip-Up Lugsole Rain Boot is basic, practical and has a stay-warm design. So yes, they’re the perfect pair for hassle-free commutes and running errands when it’s pouring (we’re currently wearing them while typing this).
19. Giantex Jewelry Cabinet Armoire Box Storage Chest, $90, original price: $98
The famous words, “diamonds are a girl’s best friend” is one we take to heart. With ample storage for longer necklaces and chunky bracelets, this armoire is a great gift to give.
20. Hardcover Photo Book, $61, original price: $72
Deliver a sentimental present to anyone on your lift with a handmade, self-designed Hardcover Photo Book from Artifact Uprising. The brand delivers quality flip-throughs of fond memories that can sit nicely on a coffee table, too.
21. HelloFresh Subscription, prices vary
As one of our go-to meal delivery kits (and one we reviewed), HelloFresh is much-talked-about for a reason — it’s fresher-than-fresh and provides unique meal ideas for a busy week. Anyone, whether a beginner cook or sworn-in pro, would appreciate a box this season.
What’s better than gifting a quality leather wallet for the holidays? Well nothing, if the person on your list is in desperate need of a good, practical card and cash storage option.
Jane Austen is the bow-down Queen of classic novels and, if there’s a reader on your gift-giving list, this deluxe Complete Works 7-Book Boxed Set is a special bundle that offers Pride & Prejudice, Emma and more.
As one of the best kids jackets we rounded up, L.L. Bean designed a warm, color-blocking style that’s practical for the colder months and even better for staying warm for school or trips to the park.
25. Men’s Stretch-Knit Bamboo Lounge Tee, $64, original price: $85
We practically live in my matching set from Cozy Earth and for men (who, let’s face it, love their tees), this Bamboo Lounge Tee offers a wealthy stretch-knit and a wide array of color options.
26. Natasha Denona Retro Palette, $69
Natasha Denona is one of our favorite brands to shop for eyeshadow palettes and its most recent launch, the Retro Palette, has 15 gorgeous, winter-esque and warm tone shades that’ll have you serving looks for days.
27. Nespresso Aeroccino 3 Milk Frother, $68, original price: $99
Nespresso’s Aeroccino 3 Milk Frother is a tried-and-true essential for any coffee lover. In less than two minutes, you’ll have a sweet Starbucks-inspired foam at the top of your lattes.
And, to complete the look, opt for the Nespresso Vertuo Plus Coffee and Espresso Maker ($205) that also comes with the frother.
28. New Balance Women’s Fresh Foam Roav, $85
As a style featured in our best New Balance sneakers roundup, the brand’s Fresh Foam Roav are fresh, clean and have some pizzazz with a neon pink ‘N’ and orange and blue detailing.
We can write paragraphs on why I love OXO’s Good Grips POP Containers. They were indispensable in our college apartment and ones I still use. From storing pasta and cereal to granola and coffee beans, it’s a perfect present for the organized person on your list.
30. Ring Video Doorbell, $60, original price: $100
It’s the 21st century, so gifting the Ring Video Doorbell is on-beat and practical for the holiday season. Plus, it’s motion-detected and privacy zone-operated.
31. SKIMS Cotton Rib Bodysuit, $62
As one of the best bodysuits you can buy, the SKIMS Cotton Rib Bodysuit fits like a glove and makes you feel comfy and confident at once. Not to mention, you can dress it up with jeans and heels for a night out or with a pair of lounge shorts for knockin’ around the house.
32. Sophie Faux Fur Throw Blanket, $98
Who doesn’t love a solid cozy throw blanket to snuggle up in? Anthropologie’s Sophie Faux Fur Throw Blanket is a great option to sink into that comes in many moody tones.
33. Spanx Faux Leather Leggings, $98
We were so excited for the launch of Spanx’s faux leather leggings collection (we tried them, too) and the structured yet wearable fit makes it a winner in our book. Gift a classic black pair or opt for its camo variation.
34. Sperry Saltwater Pop Outsole Duck Boot, $110
The Sperry Saltwater Pop Outsole Duck Boot made the cut in this gift guide, much ado to its gorgeous hues and textures. We also adore the lace-up detail is pure perfection and they withstand any weather.
For more options, check out our guide to the best rain boots.
35. Starburst Huggie Earrings, $52
AMYO Jewelry is one of our favorite affordable fine jewelry brands, simply because of how unique and beautiful each piece is crafted. Its Starburst Huggie Earrings are perfect if someone on your list loves gold, dainty jewelry with a subtle statement and ooh-la-la.
36. UGG Men’s Scuff Slipper, $90
UGG is the poster brand for comfort and its Men’s Scuff Slipper is a plush slip-on that isn’t super clunky for any man on your list — husbands, boyfriends and more.
37. Urbanstems ‘Verona’ Bouquet, $68
Especially fitting if you’re gift-giving to a loved one a state or two away, Urbanstems’ ‘Verona’ Bouquet is a gorgeous pair of fuschia and blush that’ll make anyone’s day. Plus, there are so many fresh-cut stems to choose from, making it one of our go-to flower delivery services.
Regularly sized bottles of wines are great and all, especially if the person on your list loves trying new blends, but miniature bottles designed for one glass? That’s next-level.
With Usual Wines, you can select how many bottles you like (the most popular being 12) and if you’d like a mixed pack of brut, red and rosé. It’s a unique brand that’ll lift anyone’s spirits.
39. PDPAOLA Letter Necklace, $90
We’ve given the PDPAOLA Letter Necklace as gifts before and we mean it when we say it: everyone always compliments the gemstone pendant. Simply choose the initial you’d like and enjoy its delicate, precious style.
40. HP Sprocket Instant Photo Printer, $60, original price: $100
For an unbeatable gift, run to the HP Sprocket Instant Photo Printer. For less than $65 right now, it’ll help keep all of your memories organized (no more hunting through your camera roll!) and is perfect for the DIY-er you know.
For more options, check out our guide to the best printers.
41. Fjallraven Kanken Art Mini Backpack, $85
New from Fjallraven, the Kanken Art Mini Backpack is the perfect carry-on to take with you to concerts, trips to the city or running errands. We love its on-trend colorblock design as well as its comfortable, ergonomic straps. For $85, we’re impressed.
As soon as we came across Bey-Berk’s Men’s Leather Single-Watch Travel Case, we knew it earned a spot in this gift guide. It’s just so chic and practical, ensuring his finest watch will be tucked securely away when on the go. Plus, its snap closure is a nice protective touch.
As one of the best shampoos we reviewed, Adwoa Beauty’s Baomint line is something you have to try for yourself at least once. Namely, its minty scent and fresh formulation give you that salon feeling, and its Deep Conditioning Treatment is simply divine.
44. Bala Bangles, $55
For the fitness-obsessed person on your gifting list, you can’t go wrong with the infamous Bala Bangles. We wear them all the time (even when we’re cleaning out our closets) because it allows you to have comfortable yet constant resistance. Plus, the color selection is endless.
For more options, check out our guide to the best Amazon fitness essentials.
45. Amazfit Bip 3 Pro Smart Watch, $50, original price: $70
Speaking of fitness, the Amazfit Bip 3 Pro Smart Watch makes a great gift (for less than $75, too) for the gym-lover and tech-lover you know. Impressively, it boasts more than 60 sports modes, has an included heart rate monitor and is water-resistant.
46. Beautiful Appliances High-Performance Touchscreen Blender, $50, original price: $59
Beautiful is the only way to describe this High-Performance Touchscreen Blender from Drew Barrymore’s signature kitchen line at Walmart. Not only is it less than $75 but it’s an appliance that you’ll actually want to use; it’s smart and looks elegant on your counter.
For more options, check out our guide to the best blenders.
47. Béis Weekend Travel Bag, $98
Grab a chic overnight bag from Shay Mitchell’s signature brand with the Weekend Travel Bag. As one of the line’s latest drops, it also comes in pink and black, where all colors are embossed with its sleek, water-resistant canvas exterior.
48. Firstleaf 3-Bottle Red Wine Bundle, $60
As a phenomenal gift for wine lovers, the Firstleaf 3-Bottle Red Wine Bundle is an excellent way to try three quality wines for just $60. With three unique blends, you’re bound to find your new favorite flavor.
Please note that due to state regulations, Firstleaf can’t ship this bundle to Arizona.
49. Glasvin The Decanter, $75, original price: $80
When we spoke with a certified sommelier on the best wine glasses, Glasvin was recommended as a top brand. Its Decanter has a simplistic modern shape that pairs perfectly with a good bottle of wine. Not to mention, it’s great for entertaining.