8 Last Minute Gift Ideas For the Christmas Holiday Under $75

8 Last Minute Gift Ideas For the Christmas Holiday Under $75

The clock is ticking and you only have about a week left to find those perfect gifts for Christmas. While it may seem impossible to get everything you want, you don’t have to resort to giving gift cards or cash this year. There are plenty of ideas out there that can help you find just the right thing for that special someone that shows you care. Here are a few last minute gift ideas that will hopefully help.

Coffee Maker Cuisinart DGB-600BC Grind and Brew Coffeemaker I actually own one of these, and it is a fantastic coffee maker. If you know someone on your list that enjoys coffee, especially the ability to grind whole beans, this is a fantastic choice. As an added bonus, since it uses a thermal carafe, it uses less energy since it doesn’t need to run a heating element to keep the pot warm. Starting at $69.00

Screwdriver Black and Decker LI3000 3.6-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Screwdriver – Do you know someone who recently moved into a new house or just got married? This is another fantastic item that I received as a gift last year, and I have to say, it is one of the best gifts we received. It is small, relatively inexpensive, yet extremely handy to have around the house. Starting at $39.00

Keyboard Combo Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 300 – Free your friends or family from the wires that keep them attached to their computer. A wireless keyboard and mouse combo is a fantastic idea for a niece or nephew at college, or for anyone who enjoys computing. Again, I am recommending this product because I have one and throughly enjoy the freedom it provides. Starting at $39.99

NXT Tour Golf Balls Titleist NXT Series Golf Balls – Every golfer needs golf balls, yet they are one of thinks they hate to buy. So, find out what type of golf ball your friend or relative uses and buy them a dozen. I can guarantee they will love it. I personally use Titleist NXT Tour balls, as they provide a great compromise of feel, distance, and price. Starting at $35.99

Cutting Board Norpro Wood Cutting Board (19-by-15-Inch) – Every aspiring chef deserves a good cutting surface. Nothing is more frustrating than trying to prepare a meal on small and flimsy cutting boards. A large sold wood cutting board like this is an amazing tool in the kitchen. If you know someone who loves to cook and doesn’t have a large board or chopping block, this is a must-buy gift. Starting at $39.90

Khet Khet: The Laser Strategy Game – Classic strategy with a modern twist. If you or someone you know enjoys strategy games, Khet may be a winner. You place and move different pieces on the board with mirrors that redirect a laser beam. This game was also a Mensa select winner a while back. Starting at $44.95

Headphones Sennheiser Rs120 Wireless Headphones With Charging Cradle Introduce that special someone to a wireless world of personal audio. These amazing headphones will allow the listener to hear their favorite television show, movie, or music from over 120 feet away, even through walls. These would make a great gift for the audio lover on your list. Starting at $64.81

Fountain Pen Cross Fountain Pen – Perfect for the professional in your life, a fountain pen is a classy upgrade for any office. Cross makes some of the finest pens, and they have a fantastic selection of fountain varieties. All of their pens come in a very attractive gift package to make your job even easier. Starting at around $50

Author: Jeremy Vohwinkle

My name is Jeremy Vohwinkle, and I’ve spent a number of years working in the finance industry providing financial advice to regular investors and those participating in employer-sponsored retirement plans.

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