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42 Inexpensive Gifts You'll Probably Want To Buy Two Of

Everything's $20 and under, so you might as well add *two* to cart.

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1. A deck of The Golden Girls playing cards; each of our favorite ladies has her own suit (Blanche is hearts, DUH!) to give your next game night a little extra pizazz.

The deck of cards with illustrations of all the Golden Girls on the back

Stan is one of the jokers, too!

Get them from Amazon for $12.43.

Promising review: "These are exquisite! The care and thought that clearly went in to designing them is just so so wonderful to see. I wasn't expecting them to be very good quality and just decided to purchase as a little novelty item for my Golden Girls collection. But wow! The cards feel really good in hand. I can't convey just how happy I am with this deck of cards. They are beautiful and I love them. The Joker card was a funny surprise." —Angela

2. A Dash mini waffle maker in a favorite color so you can enjoy all the perks of a brunch out in the comfort of your own home. Now you & your bestie can make waffles, Facetime each other and gab — without having to put on real pants or go outside.

The mini waffle maker in blue

You can even make it a DIY gift set by adding in a waffle mix. I'd recommend my personal favorite, Birch Benders buttermilk pancake and waffle mix — just need add water and oil (aka you don't need to have eggs in the house!).

Get it from Amazon for $14.99 (available in eight colors, plus heart-shape, skull, pineapple, and pumpkin-shape waffle makers).

Promising review: "Definitely one of the best purchases I have made on Amazon so far. Just as described, it is a mini waffle-maker. Because of its size, it works quicker than a normal-sized one so even though you can only make one small waffle at a time, each waffle should be done in about a minute or two. The interior is also non-stick so it is really easy to clean, which was a huge bonus for me. On top of that, it comes with a little instruction pamphlet that tells you how to use it and and includes recipes and recipe ideas! Personally, I love it; it’s what I wanted and more." —Cristal M.

3. A 2021 Jeopardy desk calendar for the trivia buff who wants to prepare for their eventual game show domination. Each day has a different question and wager amount, so you can keep track of your ~score~ throughout the year.

Two examples of pages from the 2020 versino with the question, date, category (art and astronomy in the examples), and dollar amount of the wager

And you're going to want to buy it for decades to come — according to an Amazon question answerer, "I cannot tell you exactly how many years we’ve been using/enjoying this calendar—perhaps 30—and don’t recall any repeats."

I've already ordered mine — I bought the 2019 and 2020 versions and L O V E D them all year long! Check out my review for more info.

Get it from Amazon for $14.39.

4. A minimalist print of Elaine's iconic and hilarious moves for anyone who dances to the beat of their own drum — and looks darn good doing it.

The green print with three stills of Elaine doing the little kicks dance, with no facial features or detailing

Get it from The Film Artist on Etsy for $12+ (available in eight sizes and 20 background colors).

The Film Artist is a feminist Etsy shop making women-centric prints and posters of film and TV characters and real-life icons.

5. An 18K gold–dipped initial necklace hung on an angle for a fashion-forward addition to your outfit — you can find expensive versions of this necklace at tons of high-end stores., Amazon

Get it from Amazon for $7.99 (available in gold, rose gold, and silver and all 26 letters — plus a small initial size).

Promising review: "I love this necklace it looks just like the famous clothing store who sells the same thing. It’s a fraction of the price and seems to be good quality." —Mrs Hill

6. A 10-pack of sheet masks packed with vitamins, minerals, and Icelandic glacier water to refresh and hydrate your skin after you've been thoroughly stressed — after all that gift shopping, you deserve these. You can even split the pack up for easy stocking stuffers!

The set of masks

You get two of each of the five kinds: peach (for moisture), papaya (for exfoliation), litchi (for brightening), mangosteen (for calming), and almond (for nutrients).

Get the set of 10 from Amazon for $8.998 (available in two sets of 10 and one of 20).

Promising review: "I bought these on a whim and I fell in love. I have really dry skin and these soften and hydrate my skin. I have turned all my girlfriends to these masks as well!" —Christine Sunny

7. An iridescent Snitch fidget spinner you can play with wherever you go, just like James Potter in days of yore.

The rainbow toy that looks like a Flying Snitch with wings coming out of the sides

Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

Promising review: "This fidget spinner is a hefty little toy! I was expecting a cheap toy for my son but it was so much more! Great quality and spins really well. We have all really enjoyed this spinner!" —Awesterlund87

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8. A stylish and compact crossbody bag with built-in credit card slots (that are also RFID-protected) and a main compartment for your phone, glasses, and lipstick so you can find everything you need at a glance.

That friend who can never find their things? This is for them (and also you).

Get it from Amazon for $16.99 (available in 57 colors and patterns)

Promising review: "It is a great little bag to just throw on and go!! It can hold my cell phone, my credit cards plus the little extras like lipstick and keys. This bag is great for errands and running around to my kids' sporting events. The feel of the bag is great and seems quite durable. I will be buying a couple of these bags for my teenage daughters!!" —zammama

And btw, this was one of Oprah's Favorite Things in 2018 — check out this year's list for more!

9. A Dolly Parton tray they'll want to put on display on the coffee table or kitchen counter to make fueling up for another grueling workday just a little better. Pour yourself a cup of ambition, bb.

The beige tray with an illustration of Dolly and text "Pour yourself a cup of ambition"
Feliz Modern

Get it from Feliz Modern for $20.

Feliz Modern is a Latinx-owned brand based in San Antonio carrying all kinds of amazing home items, games, accessories and more — all perfect for gifting. Check out their full selection of trays here.

10. A pair of custom socks for anyone who is thinking about creating an Instagram account just for their dog (or has done so already), because filling our feeds with their furry friends deserves to be rewarded.

Four pairs of socks with different dog's faces on each

Just upload a clear image of the pup's face and you're good to go!

Get them from Amazon for $15.59 (available in 41 colors).

Promising review: "I ordered a pair of socks for a friend who worships her dog. I was not sure if the socks would be fabulous, but I figured for $15, it wouldn't be the end of the world if they weren't. LOL! These socks are so fabulous! The picture of puppy Sophia Loren came out perfect on the socks. Creating doggie socks will now be the gift I give everyone who has a dog!" —Kathy Posner

11. A llama-shaped duster to serve as a reward for cleaning the house from attic to basement regularly this year (...or vacuuming just once, I don't know their life!).

Two of the fluffy llama duster's in pink

Practical gifts that bring you joy? That's a win-win, folks.

Get it from Amazon for $15.

12. A Breakfast at Tiffany's-inspired eye mask for anyone who's either a big Audrey Hepburn fan, Big Little Lies fan, or both!

A model in the blue mask with gold trim and embroidered closed eyes and fringed lashes

Or at least a big fan of looking glam while sleeping a full 10 hours.

Get it from Amazon for $15.99+ (available in three colors).

Promising review: "Comfortable, soft and cute! Gives enough darkness for a peaceful sleep without feeling suffocated like I have with other sleep masks. The elastic is secure but not too tight." —K. Garrett

13. A decoder ring you'll basically *have* to buy two of so you and your bestie can pass secret messages only the two of you can crack.

The spinning ring with numbers that correspond to different letters when you spin it

Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (available in ring sizes 6, 8, 10, and 12).

Promising review: "Very sturdy and yet beautifully made ring. My teen daughter loves wearing it and leaving secret messages for us to decipher. It fits her well, and is easy to manipulate to solve the codes." —Jessica

14. A two-in-one facial cleansing brush with one silicone side for deeper exfoliation and a gentle bristled side for gentle cleansing. It's like giving a facial over and over (and over and over) again — for under $10.

The brushes in blue and pink

Get it from Amazon for $7.99 (available in two colors).

Promising review: "One side is covered in short rubber bristles the other side has long and soft bristles that lathers cleanser well. Very soft and gentle feeling to use on my face and helped with breakouts." —Dylan Kuhlman

15. An elegant Bodum pour-over coffee maker for a fancy five-star hotel room service style brew in the comfort of their own home.

The glass pour over coffee maker with cork around the middle

Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (available in two colors and several other sizes/styles).

Promising review: "Super easy to use, makes a mean cup of joe, and is nowhere near the price of a Chemex. I use mine on a daily basis and would absolutely recommend this product to any of my coffee loving friends." —Brad Lemons

16. A ribbed stretch headband you can wear and tie several different ways to complement your look.

Model in the yellow ripped band tied in a knot on top
Wrap Life

Get them from Amazon or Wrap Life for $16 each (available in seven colors; also available in a larger size head wrap for $26)

Wrap Life is a Black-owned business that makes hair wraps and bands — and they have tons of tutorials on their site to help you create tons of amazing styles!

This was one of Oprah's Favorite Things 2020 — check out our roundup of things under $50 for more picks.

17. A pair of socks to wear with your Hallmark film buddy so everyone knows not to interrupt you guys — unless they're bringing you sustenance to complete your weekend-long movie marathon

The socks that say "if you can read this" on one and "I'm watching hallmark Christmas movies" on the other

Get them from Amazon for $8.99 (available in three colors plus a style that says "if you can read this bring me wine").

Promising review: "These socks are perfect for wearing this time of season (especially with nonstop hallmark movies!) got these as a gift and my mother loves them! good condition and fast delivery!" —Annaleen Bautista

18. And a cozy pair of cable knit and faux fur-lined Bluetooth headphone earmuffs so you can jam out to your favorite songs while taking long winter strolls so you can feel like you're in the most dramatic part of a Hallmark holiday film masterpiece.

Model in the grey earmuffs with faux fur around the ears


These have controls built onto the headband and are wireless for convenience, and they fold up for compact storage in your pocket or bag.

Get them from Amazon for $15.99 (available in grey and white).

Promising review: "I hesitated to order these earmuff headphones because of mixed reviews, but I figured if nothing else, they would be good earmuffs, and they are. Not too tight, not too lose. They also produce pretty great sound to accompany me on winter walks. I mostly listen to podcasts and the quality is perfect. It wouldn’t be the highest fidelity for music, as it is a tiny bit muffled." —A. Jones

19. A ~beary~ smart portable pack of soap sheets, because when public bathrooms run out of hand soap (especially in times like ::gestures around::) that is *not* a good feeling. We love a cute *and* practical gift.

The pink plastic container with ears and a nose, plus the pink paper-thin soap sheets

Get a set of four boxes (two pink, two blue with 50 sheets each) from Amazon for $9.99 (also available in packs of two and six).

Promising review: "Exactly what I wanted! Hands feel very clean after wash! Highly recommend! I read other reviews and decided these had the best reviews, those reviews did not disappoint! Each sheet of soap produces enough soap to give the comfort of knowing your hands are throughly clean. We liked our first order so much that we bought 10 packs for my fiancé's work crew to help make keeping their hands clean during this pandemic! ( he’s a delivery driver/repair tech). If you have wanted to try something like this product, I highly recommend this brand!" —Clippin4you

20. A Dracula garlic mincer for anyone who appreciates irony, has strong feelings about their favorite vampire, or just really loves garlic bread. And if they're on board with all three like me, even better.

The mincer that looks like Dracula (just twist the head to mince) with garlic bread

Brought to you in part by my current Vampire Diaries rewatch.

Get it from Amazon for $18.90.

Promising review: "I purchased this as a gift for my friend who is a fantastic cook--she uses fresh ingredients almost exclusively — but pressing fresh garlic is a task usually delegated. No longer — Gracula is there for her. She uses him nearly every time she needs garlic (which is basically daily) and months later still makes a point of saying how much she enjoys the gift. I'm pretty sure she likes it better than other gifts I've gotten her which were more expensive/thought out, and I'm fairly certain it's what took me from "good friend" to "best friend," but it be that way sometimes.Anyway, definitely recommended for people who cook with garlic and have a sense of humor." —L

21. An external battery that'll be like giving them the gift of an always-charged smartphone for years to come — and really you too when you're out together, since it can charge more than one device!

The phone-sized external battery, plugged into a phone, in a hand, and being put into a purse

This has two USB ports to charge two devices at a time, and it holds enough juice to charge THREE iPhone 8s — so it's OK if they forget to charge *this* bb all the time too.

Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

Promising review: "This thing is amazing and I’d give it 20 stars If I could!! You will NOT be disappointed! My phone was at 48%, I plugged this in, and in 45 minutes it was up to 100% with plenty of charge left in the charger bank!! I plug it in at night after I use it and it’s fully recharged in a couple of hours — and it has awesome light to show you how much it’s charged. It’s flat and fits in my purse or pool bag perfectly. The quality is fantastic and better than any other bank I’ve owned!!" —shayk

22. A miniature Bluetooth speaker masquerading as a retro radio to prove your "R-E-S-P-E-C-T" for your giftee.

The mini vintage style radios in green, white, blue, black and pink

It charges via USB and has an up to three hour playback time!

Get it from Amazon for $19.89 (available in six colors).

Promising review: "The speaker is very cute. A perfect little speaker. This is exactly why you will get surprised how good this little guy sounds. The bass is very deep for the size of the speaker, yet the bass does not overwhelm the treble, so the speaker sounds clear. The sound this small speaker puts out truly is amazing. It charges quickly and with Bluetooth tech it is truly portable. A rich full sound, totally satisfied. I LOVE THE COLOR!!Highly recommended." —jingyuan jiang

23. A handheld electric milk frother that'll basically transform any kitchen into a schmancy little coffee shop. It even works to create cold foam!

A mason jar with iced coffee and thick foam

It's battery operated — just run it in some soapy water for an easy cleaning!

Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (available in five colors).

Promising review: "Love this little thing! I have every thing you can think of at home for making coffee and espresso... Well I love the Starbucks pumpkin cream cold brew with foam. I set out to make my own. Well I can now make cold foam thanks to this little tool. Love it!" —Gav's mama

24. A gorgeous textured travel wallet for anyone with first class taste but a coach budget. This'll store your cash, boarding pass, passport, credit cards, and more — all while looking like a chic mini clutch.

The rose gold wallet open to show how much it holds

It's made of Rfid-blocking material too.

Get it from Amazon for $14.99 (available in 34 colors).

Promising review: "I absolutely love this wallet. I needed a new travel wallet, and this holds everything I need all in one place, and it still closes nicely and stays flat! Boarding pass, passport, ID and credit cards, money, checked baggage tickets, receipts, etc! Yet it doesn’t bulk up or look like an overstuffed mess. Just amazing. The description says it only holds US money, but I just used the boarding pass flap to hold all my Japanese Yen (¥), which are larger. I didn’t use the zippered pocket for coins as I much prefer a separate coin purse for that sort of thing. I definitely recommend to anyone who travels a lot!" —Anthony Luu

25. A pair of hairy-good slippers you're basically contractually obligated to wear while binge watching the whole extended edition of the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

The slippers that look like hairy hobbit feet

They're so cozy, you might get in the ~hobbit~ of wearing them on the regular.

Get them from Amazon for $19.95 (they fit up to a women's size 8.5; also available in a size up to men's 11).

Come for the LoTR puns, stay for this delightful Amazon review:

Promising review: "Got these for my mom during her hospital stay. We had fun with the nurses and doctors, hiding my mom's slippered feet under the sheets, and then complaining of swollen feet. When they pulled back her sheets, most of them gasped and then laughed and laughed. Its nice to have some humor during difficult times." —Wendy Salerno

26. Other-Wordly, a beautifully illustrated collection of unique words from languages around the world any bibliophile would love to ~check out~.

The book
Chronicle Books

Get it from Amazon for $12.14 or from Bookshop for $13.79 (to support local bookstores).

27. A wedge ice cube set that'll perfectly chill any libation WITHOUT watering it down — and it also happens to look really cool.


The set comes with a double old-fashioned glass and a silicone mold to make the wedge of ice.

Get it from Amazon for $18.99.

28. A screaming goat figurine that'll help them release all that stress. Just press the button on the stump he stands on to hear those bleats that can't be beat.

The goat with box and booklet

And it comes with a 32-page, illustrated booklet all about goats, making this product the G.O.A.T. itself.

Get it from Amazon for $7.40.

Promising review: "This little piece of screaming plastic has created an excellent outlet for resolving frustrations in our home. Every time a conflict or struggle arises we push the little goat, get a gratifying screech, chuckle and move on throughout our day. No regrets on purchasing this. When you get one, get four or five because you're going to want to share with family and friends." —Amazon Customer

Learn more about the brilliance of this in If You Need A Quick And Easy Gift, This Screaming Goat Is The Answer.

29. A toasty *fleece*-lined beanie to finally put an end to that frustrating forehead itch from 100% wool hats. Cuteness, comfort, and warmth — we really *can* have it all.

The cable knit hat with pompom in pink

Get it from Amazon for $13.99 (available in 11 colors, and in packs of two at a slight discount — how *convenient*.)

Promising review: "This is the best, cutest hat. And so warm with the fleece inside. I got so many compliments in the sub-zero weather. My head is large (not disproportionately, however I don't like hats that are too tight) and the fit is perfect. My friend even wanted the link so she could order one in a different color! I recommend this, two-day shipping, arrived just in time. I would buy from this seller again." —April Johnson

30. A gift box of scrumptious chocolate-covered pretzels, because even if you've been ~salty~ all year, you can make up for it with a sweet treat.

The milk white and dark chocolate pretzels
Li-Lac Chocolates

Get a box of 20 pretzels from Li-Lac Chocolates for $19 (available in milk and dark chocolate).

Promising review: "Order these for my wife's birthday or valentine's day every year. They are her favorite since growing up near Li-Lac on Christopher Street in the village. I just hope she shares with me because they are delicious!!" —Siobhain B

31. The Extraordinary Book of Useless Information, a fun fact–filled volume of only the best (and least useful) tidbits for small talking like a champ and winning every single pub trivia night.

The cover of the book

Get it from Amazon for $13.79 or from Bookshop for $13.80 (to support local bookstores).

32. A face mask set that's sure to be the perfect ~fit~ for anyone who's always felt that the villains were the best part of Disney films.

The set of masks

They even *look* like the villains' face when you put them on. The set includes Cruella, Maleficent, and Ursula, so tell them to start perfecting that evil cackle.

Get the set of three from Firebox for $19 or from Amazon $17.95.

33. An extra large skull ice cube mold for the ~coolest~ drink of all time — and like a "king cube," you only need one per glass!


Each silicone mold makes two at a time, so you and a ghoulfriend can enjoy your scotches together.

Get it from Amazon for $10.95+ (available in black and grey).

Promising review: "I was looking just to make fun ice cubes for parties and came across this. I was a little skeptical at first but followed the directions and wow! The ice came out in skull shapes perfectly. Removal from the silicone tray was simple. These are great for parties or for everyday use as they last longer than regular ice cubes." —RJM 73

34. A Kellerman's motel-style keychain straight out of Dirty Dancing for your forever dance parter or for the Jessica Day in your life who also watches this movie after every breakup.

The rhombus keychain with "Kellerman's mountain house Catskills NY" on one side and "I carried a watermelon" on the other
Twisted Egos

Get it from Twisted Egos on Etsy for $8.

Twisted Egos is an LGBTQ+-owned Etsy store based in West Hollywood making pop culture–themed masks, keychains, pins, and more.

35. An 18-shade eyeshadow palette that'll deliver Sephora name brand–results, for a "wait, you only spent HOW much?!" price.

The palette of golds, pinks, browns, and creams

We're talking five matte, nine shimmer, and four duo-chrome shades, all super pigmented and with minimal fall-out.

Get it from Amazon for $12.

Promising review: "I AM BLOWN AWAY BY THE QUALITY. There's almost zero fallout, extremely pigmented colors, blends creamy like butter, and the colors are beautiful. This rivals any of my Too Faced palettes — in fact far less fallout. These are the same quality if not better than my Urban Decay. Seriously not kidding. AND rivals my Kat Von D palettes. I rarely review anything, but this deserved a review." —Chandra

36. A book of RuPaul's Drag Race paper dolls to gift the person you've watched every season with. And then also give to yourself, because "if you can't love yourself, how in the hell are you gonna love somebody else?"

The cover
Weldon Owen

It includes 10 punch-out paper dolls from the first eight seasons, plus 64 pages of outfits!

Get it from Amazon for $18.98 or from Bookshop for $18.95.

You can also get a Drag Race–themed book of MadLibs for even more fun.

37. A mega-pack of acrylic, golden, and pearl hair clips for immediately improving any bad hair day. No one will ever guess the last time you washed your hair.

The set of clips including slides barettes and clips

Get a set of 20 from Amazon for $12.99.

Promising review: "This might be one of my favorite Amazon purchases to date! These clips are adorable, the quality of each is so great for the price, and there are so many options that are perfect for mixing and matching. I usually put two clips in my hair and they stay in great all day. I've been wearing these clips for weeks and none of them have broken or tarnished in any away. They are the perfect accessory! I highly recommend." —Madison Meehan

38. A pair of cushiony inserts that'll transform any pair of shoes into Uggs.

The fluffy cream insoles

Get them from Amazon for $19.95 (available in women's sizes 5–12 and in men's sizes 7–15 for $19.95, listed separately).

Promising review: "Move from slippers to loafers to boots — I cannot be without. Just bought a second pair and will probably get a third pair. I use them in my Ara loafers & sneakers, my well-worn UGG slippers and boots, anytime I want to feel dreamy, soft comfort. They can be trimmed if needed, you know; and you can remove the existing insole to use as a pattern." —Frozenaddict

39. A throwback-style '90s marble print Caboodle to *finally* organize all those beauty products — and do touchups, thanks to the built-in mirror.


Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (available in five colors).

Promising review: "Look, I wanted the pink one with every fiber of my being but this purple marble is exactly what I had in 1993. I love this something fierce. It is every bit as glorious as I remember it. All of my girlfriends are getting one for Christmas. Pro tip: you could even hide a liquor bottle in the bottom of the trays and no one would be the wiser. The only bad thing about this is that they call the line 'vintage,' which makes me feel like I have a case of the olds and I’m only 37." —Suzy Goodwin

40. A mega-lengthening Vivienne Sabo mascara for your makeup-enthused friend — but also one for yourself, because their lashes can*not* look better than yours. Not fair.

It's cruelty-free, smudge-proof, and removes easily at the end of the day with water.

Get it from Amazon for $12.95.

Promising review: "I never write reviews for things, but this mascara was just so great I felt like I had to! I love lashes, and my friends are used to me wearing thick coats of mascara at all times. Despite this, I got complimented on my lashes basically every time I wore this mascara this week. Multiple people even asked if I had extensions! This mascara isn't clumpy at all, and makes your lashes super long and defined without sticking them together. I've never had any problems with flaking, and although it isn't waterproof, I've definitely used eyedrops, shed a tear, and gotten stuck in rain without them smudging or running down my face. All in all this is my new holy grail mascara, and I'm thrilled!!" —Sophie Johnson

41. A cashmere-esque blanket scarf that'll basically be like giving the gift of the coziest warmest hug — but this'll last longer and won't make your arms fall asleep.

Model in the cream colored scarf with fringe

Get it from Amazon for $15.99 (available in 14 colors).

Promising review: "Extremely impressed with the high quality and great price of this scarf. DOES NOT look cheap...I own an Acne Studios wool scarf ($250 retail) and would say while this one is a bit lighter weight (still super warm and cozy) it is comparable in style, color and quality to my Acne scarf. Would definitely buy again—both for myself and as a gift." —Natalie

42. Travel Listography, a journal designed in lists so any experienced wanderer or wanderlust-filled beginner can create bucket lists, document the places they've been and want to go, etc., and look back on it in the years to come.

The cover of the journal
Chronicle Books

The lists range from everything from "world cuisines to try" to "animals I've seen in the wild."

Get it from Amazon for $14.65 or from Bookshop for $15.59 (to support local bookshops).

There are a ton of Listography journals available for documenting your life in all sorts of ways. Check them all out to pick the perfect one for your friend or loved one!

When you turn shopping for others into a treat-yourself moment:


Reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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