Millennials are tough to please on a usual day, but add in having to buy them a gift makes it even harder. But you don’t have to break the bank to give a great present.
We compiled our favorite items ranging from $300 to $50. Get into it below!
Fujifilm instax® SQUARE SQ10 Instant Film Camera
Take the opportunity to express your inner photographer with this timeless format. Instant prints anytime, anywhere.
Via FujiFilm: http://bit.ly/2AkIGwo
Monogrammed Leather Travel Bag
If there’s one way to show personalized details, it’s definitely via quality craftsmanship and monogrammed initials. Whether it’s for your travel-loving bestie or your on-the-go for work family member, this is the perfect way to blend functionality and fashion.
Via The Sharper Image: http://bit.ly/2gMZwQd
Bose Soundlink Bluetooth Speaker
It’s hard to find someone who doesn’t absolutely love to listen to their favorite music at a great sound level. Give them the opportunity to do so with this sleek Bose speaker, which is the best of the best.
Via Amazon: http://amzn.to/2yQryB3
A Food Subscription Box
Perfect for the healthy eater and budding chef, you can gift a month (and for some plans even two) of pre-packaged food plans like HelloFresh or Blue Apron which feature healthy and fresh ingredients. And the best part is if you buy yourself a subscription, you can actually give them away for FREE!
Via HelloFresh: https://www.hellofresh.com/
Uber or Lyft Gift Card
Technically you can give this card in any denomination, but $50 is a great gift card to give to anyone who could use a little help in the transportation department. Whether it’s coming home from a party or saving a day to pay for parking, your loved ones will thank you for getting them to where they need to go.
Oversize Initial Necklace
Keep it stylish, affordable and fabulous with this adorable oversize initial necklace. You won’t break the bank and you’ll have everyone asking your recipient where she got her fabulous necklace.
Via Etsy: http://etsy.me/2zFckMy
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