Secret Santa is supposed to be a fun and easy way of sharing the Christmas spirit without breaking the bank, but we all know picking an acceptable gift within the usual $25 price limit can often be more challenging than just splashing an extra bit of cash.
Never fear for Yahoo Lifestyle is here, and we have the perfect guide to gifting within the price limit.
Whether its friends saving cash, a co-worker situation or an attempt to curb the exuberant spending of family members, here’s the guide to the perfect Secret Santa gift this Christmas.
A bathtime treat
Nothing says Christmas holidays like an luxurious bath at the end of a long day shopping, cooking and socialising.
A perfect pint-sized present is a little bathtime treat the average Joe or Jill would never buy themselves.
Nothing is better than consuming your first beverage of the morning from a beautiful mug.
Add a twist with a sustainable option for those busy morning takeaways.
A slow burn
The poor old candle tends to get a bit of a poor rap when it comes to gift ideas but is always a solid staple that will always be used which is more than can be said for certain novelty gifts I have received in the past...
Socks for days
Now I don’t care what they say, socks are hands down the most underrated gift in the Secret Santa arsenal.
Practical, potentially plush, perfect for everyone.
Oh, and Happy Sock gift sets are on sale at David Jones...
There’s nothing like a bit of primping to get us into the Christmas spirit, so a cute beauty treat is always a safe bet when it comes to Christmas.
Shake it up by hopping on the plant trend that swept the nation in 2019.
An easy to maintain burst of green will liven up any room or office and will make the perfect gift within your price range.
Nothing says thoughtful gift like receiving the perfect tool to help you wind down.
From tea to colouring, to a sweet treat, it’s sometimes the unexpected which win the day in gifting.
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