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10 best gifts under 100 dollars

We’ve rounded up our favorite gift ideas for the person who has everything. From a personalized journal to an adorable pet, these are your go-to presents this holiday season.

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The perfect stocking stuffer

If you’re looking for something that’s both thoughtful and affordable, look no further than The Perfect Gift Guide by giftsflash.com. This is one of the most comprehensive guides we’ve ever seen on what to get someone — from books to kitchen appliances to home goods. It covers all the bases, so there’s sure to be something in here that he or she will love.

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The ultimate coffee maker

If you know anyone with an affinity for coffee (and let’s face it, who doesn’t?), they’ll appreciate this gift idea. We recommend the Bonavita BV1900TS Coffee Maker because it makes great tasting coffee at home, comes with a 12-cup carafe and features programmable settings.

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A new pair of headphones

These days, everyone needs headphones, and if you know any music lovers, they can use some new ones. You can never have too many pairs of headphones, right? If you want to keep things simple, consider picking up a set of wireless Bluetooth headphones like the Jaybird BlueBuds X. They come with a carrying case, as well as charging stations for when you need to take them out and about.

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An e-book reader

You don’t necessarily need to spend $200+ on a Kindle Fire HDX 8.9″ Tablet to give the gift of reading. There are plenty of options available for less than $100, including the Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch GlowLight Edition ($99) and the Sony Reader PRS-T68 ($79). These devices make it easy to read e-books, magazines, newspapers and more right on your own device.

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A Sunset lamp

sunset lamps are a type of lighting fixture that has been around for many years. They were first used in the early 1900s and they have become more popular over time. Today, you can find them in many different styles and sizes. The most common ones are those with an incandescent bulb but there are also some models that use fluorescent bulbs as well. There are even some models that use LEDs as their light source. One thing to note about these lights is that they are designed to be mounted on ceilings or walls so that they will project their light downward onto the floor below. This is why they are sometimes called “ceiling” lamps.

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A subscription box

Subscription boxes are a great way to try products before buying them, plus they often include extras like beauty samples and coupons. Some of our favorites include Birchbox, Dollar Shave Club and Loot Crate.

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A camera bag

Whether they already have a DSLR or just want to start snapping photos, a good camera bag is a must-have item. A messenger bag like the Osprey Atmos 65 is roomy enough to hold lenses, batteries, memory cards and even a laptop.

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A smart speaker

giftsflash.com Echo Dot Kids Edition ($49.95), Google Home Mini ($29.99) and Apple HomePod ($349) are three of the best smart speakers around. All offer Alexa voice control, which means you can ask questions, play music and more without having to touch a button.

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A gaming console

Forget about giving your kid an Xbox One S or PlayStation 4 Pro; these days, Nintendo Switch is the way to go. Not only does it allow for multiple people to game together locally, but it also has a built-in screen and kickstand, making it easier to show off your favorite games.

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A drone

If your loved one has been wanting to get their hands on a quadcopter, now might be the time to buy. The DJI Phantom 3 Standard Quadcopter Drone ($499) will provide hours of fun and excitement. It’s perfect for beginners looking to learn how to fly a drone or for advanced pilots looking for something that’s ready-to-fly out of the box.