9 Gifts To Get People That You Don't Know What To Get
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9 Gifts To Get People That You Don't Know What To Get

It's that time of year to spend money you don't have!

9 Gifts To Get People That You Don't Know What To Get

We've hit December. Christmas shopping is in full swing and it's time to get gifts for people. Not the best at picking out gifts AND you're on a budget? Hopefully this shopping list helps.

1. Roku Player

They start at $29 for the express and it allows you to watch Netflix, Hulu, and much more on your TV. An added gift would be a Hulu gift card.

Get it here!

2. Yeti Cups

Starting at $19.99, they range in sizes and keep drinks super hot or super cold.

Get it here!

3. Wool socks

Starting at $14.95, Smartwool socks are warm and will last for years to come. A good pair of socks from any company is always a good gift.

Get it here!

4. Wireless headphones

Some start at $10 and a pretty good pair is at $20-$30.

Get this one here!

5. Phone Accessories

Amazon has some great iPhone chargers. A good phone cases is often something we don't buy for ourselves too!

Amazon Phone Charger


6. Gloves

North Face can have great deals and these ones in particular are on sale for $26.99.

Gloves here!

7. Cologne or perfume

Prices vary, but this is always a good idea (and a cute stocking stuffer)

8. Coffee or tea

A little more thoughtful than just a giftcard to get coffee.

Check out Starbucks coffee here!

9. A good book

Even if someone tries to tell you 'they don't read,' there's nothing like a good book.

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