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Gifts for under $10 that actually don’t suck – February 2018

Buying gifts on a budget doesn’t mean they can’t be amazing. If you don’t believe us, then have a look here for the best gifts you can buy online for $10 (or less)

Lots of people to buy for? On a bit of a budget due to bills, holidays, life? We hear ya! While our intentions might be there to gift that special someone with something special, sometimes the money part of things can get in the way. But that doesn’t mean you have to end up buying them a card or a gag gift in lieu of something that really speaks volumes of your relationship. This is why we’ve compared and compiled the best gifts you can give that WON’T break the budget.

Top gifts for under $10 – February 2018

Sriracha To-Go Bottle Keychain
Urban Outfitters
Harry Potter Uniform 14 oz Mugs
ThinkGeek
Space Capsule Tea Infuser
ThinkGeek
Emoji Smiley Plush Cushion
Amazon
Army Man Bottle Opener
Amazon
Apple EarPods with Remote and Mic
Walmart
The Honest Company Face & Body Lotion
Nordstrom
ReTrak - Bluetooth Selfie Stick - Black
Best Buy
Hershey Chocolate Candy Bar Variety Pack
Amazon
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Top sites for cheap (but good) presents

These sites know the importance of cheap but good quality presents. Hit them up for presents that won’t make your wallet cry in pain.

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How to choose gifts for under $10

Buying gifts on a budget can be difficult and time-consuming. Just because the gift doesn’t cost you an arm and a leg doesn’t mean you don’t have to put the effort in and sometimes the less expensive gifts require the most time and effort. Here’s a quick guide to help you choose your gifts.

  • Personality Consider the personality of the person you’re buying for. Are they loud and outgoing? If so they might enjoy an experience gift or something for entertaining. If they are more quiet they might enjoy something they can use at home or a voucher so they can choose themselves.
  • Occupation The occupation of the person you are buying for can help you a lot because that is where they spend the majority of their time. Do they work in a physical job? If so, they might like a present that they can use to relax on the weekend. If they work in a technical job they might like the latest gadget or even a voucher to buy apps.
  • Do your research Ask around – maybe their family or friends know what they might like. When large occasions such as Christmas are looming people are often talking about gift ideas or things they would like to receive, so be sure to listen because they may be dropping subtle hints as to what they might like.
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Mary Brown

Mary Brown is the Shopping Publisher for finder.com. She enjoys finding ways to save and sharing those tips with others. An avid adventurer, she explores the world in her free time (and is always looking for a good deal).

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