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I know, gift shopping can be tricky. And when you’re shopping for multiple people, like your dad, coworker, sister, or best friend, it’s hard to keep track. That’s why I’m compiling a list including items from all of our gift guides the year to bring you the best gifts of 2022. Hopefully, this offers inspiration on what to give, or even spark some ideas on what to ask for as you make your own wish list.
Below you’ll find stellar presents, including trendy best-sellers, discounted gadgets, and tips and tricks on how to save on certain items. No matter if you’re shopping for a 1-year-old, your grandma, or just need something affordable under $5, we have a present on this list for you.
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Best Stocking Stuffers
1. Cooling Towel
A cooling towel ($7.25, Amazon) is an inexpensive yet thoughtful present for someone who likes to work out. Simply soak it in cold water before use.
2. Eggs and Bacon Crew Socks
I personally appreciate a pair of fun socks ($7.20 Hotsox.com) for the holidays, especially when they come in offbeat patterns. These socks are half off right now and available in sizes 6 through 12.5.
3. Ringke Slot Cardholder
For the guy who hates carrying too much stuff, this cardholder ($9.99 Newegg.com) easily attaches to the back of his phone. You get a pack of two in one set, so you can gift two separate people.
4. Cuff links
These cuff links ($9.99 Amazon) are a steal. They’re highly polished brass, and the monogrammed touch makes them feel extra special.
5. Apple Watch Charging Stand
This watch charger stand ($8.95 Amazon) is compatible with timepieces up to Apple Series 8. It comes in four different colors.
6. Beard Grooming Kit
Gift your bearded loved one with a special grooming kit ($9.97 Amazon). It is equipped with a small bag, perfect for on-the-go.
7. I Am Sheet Masks
8. Reusable Glass Straws, 8ct
These sleek straws ($6.44, Amazon) offer sustainability and portability if you don’t like sipping directly from restaurant cups. They even come with brushes for cleaning.
9. Waist Pack
This fanny pack ($8.99 Amazon) is simply chic. And it looks like a Lululemon Belt Bag, but a lot cheaper.
Related: 15 Lululemon Belt Bag Dupes at Considerably Cheaper Prices
10. Tequila Shot Soap Bar
This tequila soap bar ($8, Soap Distillery) doesn’t smell like a wild night out. Instead, it captures refreshing notes like lime, sea salt, and hints of dry desert wood.
11. Book Lovers by Emily Henry
If you like rom-coms, you’ll like this book ($9.99 Target). According to the reviews, it has “great characters, great story, and witty, funny dialogue.”
Best Gifts of 2022 Under $50
12. Que Bella Brightening Kiwi Peel-Off Mask
Give your skin a boost with this peel-off mask ($1.99, Target). It features kiwi seed oil, Vitamin C, and papaya enzyme to help brighten your skin.
13. Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Wheat Stem Stoneware Mug Sterling Blue
We like the handcrafted cozy look of this ceramic mug ($4.24, Target), but you can also find monogrammed cups or colorful options for around $5.
14. Eos flavorlab Lip Balm Set in Mango Melonade
Get two in one with this lip balm set ($5.49, Target). Throw it in as a stocking stuffer for your tween.
15. Mainstays Twist Jar Single Wick Scented Candle In The Zone
We like this lidded glass jar candle ($3.22, Walmart) because it comes in eight different designs and scents available for just over $3.
16. Sinful Colors Sheer Matte Collection Nail Polish in Hot & Hazy
Tweens and teens might appreciate these little nail polishes ($2.98, Walmart). At $3 a piece, you can buy multiple.
17. Better Homes & Gardens Modern Wire Tealight Candle Holder
A home decor piece and functional gift in one, this tealight candle holder ($4.13, Walmart) is as stylish as it is useful. Plus, it’s under $5.
18. Squishville Mystery Mini-Squishmallow Blind Bag
Squishmallows are in demand, and not always cheap. With this mystery pack ($3.25, Five Below), you can save when you shop a mini.
Related: Five Below Squishmallow Drop: Over 20 Holiday & OG Crew Squishmallows
19. Ombre Guided Gratitude Journal
We’ve seen gratitude journals selling for $15 – $35, but this journal ($5, Five Below) takes the win. At just $5, it can help your loved one start the day right.
20. Pod Skinz 3-Piece Kit for AirPods Pro
For silicone AirPods Pro protection ($1.59, Five Below), this is one of the cheapest options we’ve found. Plus, it comes with little sleeves for your AirPods too.
21. Personalized Turkish Towel
Opt for the hand towel size ($4.69, Etsy) and this makes a lovely—and cheap—gift idea for a newlywed or new homeowner. It comes in various colors and gives you the option to personalize for a small fee.
22. Beleaf In Yourself Monstera Leaf Bracelet
Spread some positivity with this bracelet ($3.95, Etsy). It already comes with a special message, but it’s small enough to tuck inside a card.
23. Promises Inspirational Keychain
Got a bigger group to shop for? Try these keychains with scriptures for those who read the Bible ($3.50, Etsy). We like that it feels personal without being pricey.
24. Let’s Do This Sheet 5-Day Sheet Mask Set
This sheet mask set ($12, Ulta) makes a great gift for a skincare-obsessed teen or someone who needs a break. It’s a five-day set, and you’re paying $2.40 per mask.
25. MZOO Sleep Eye Mask for Men or Women
Those sensitive to light will really appreciate this sleeping mask ($29.99, Amazon). We’ve seen this specific eye mask go on sale multiple times.
36. Onyx Bathhouse Champagne Wishes Foaming Body Scrub and Bath Bomb Set
Stock up alert! Here’s a great one to buy and keep on hand for last-minute gift giving. The bath bomb set ($5.98, Walmart) works for almost any occasion.
27. Beloved Coconut & Warm Vanilla Hand Cream Lotion
28. Hungry Plants 500-Piece Family Puzzle
This plant-themed puzzle ($13.99, Mudpuppy) is on sale now for 30% off. Mudpuppy has more modern art puzzles starting at $20.
29. Fresh Pop Electric Popcorn Maker
Use this popcorn maker ($24.99, Target) for an elevated at-home movie experience. It’s sure to be a hit at gatherings.
30. Urban Accents Popcorn Kernels and Seasoning Variety Pack
Gourmet flavors and unique spices make a popcorn set ($22, Amazon) a little more exciting. This multipack costs less than one trip to the concessions counters at the movie theater.
31. 100 Movies Scratch-Off Poster
32. Skyjo Card Game
It may be a simple card game ($14.95, Target) but it’s a fun way to bond with others, especially new friends at parties.
33. The Big One Oversized Supersoft Plush Throw
We’ve seen this plush throw ($26.99, Kohl’s) marked down to $9.99 – $15.99 depending on the weekly deals. Of course, we all know Kohl’s is famous for its ever-changing sales, coupons, and Kohl’s cash.
34. Stoneware Monogram Mug Spritz
Personalized mugs can get pricey, but a good monogrammed mug ($5, Target) can save you money. At this price, you can get a handful for everyone on your shopping list.
35. Fiesta Oval Platter
Add color to your holiday tablescape with a platter tray ($23.99, Kohl’s) for less than $25. Be sure to check if you have any Kohl’s Cash or coupons for even deeper discounts, like $10 off a $50 purchase.
36. VIE OIL Aroma Ultrasonic Diffuser With Soft LED Lights
Easily change the energy and smell of a room with an inexpensive diffuser ($14.99, T.J.Maxx). It even lights up, and comes with a 5 ml bottle of lavender oil.
37. Custom Face Socks
These socks make for an inexpensive pet gift ($15.95, My Face Socks), but it’ll also mean something to your dog-mom friend. Just account for extra shipping time (at least two weeks) since it’s a custom gift.
38. Amazing Dogs Coloring Books
Coloring books help slow time and calm you down. These animal-themed coloring books ($10.99, Amazon) are cheap enough that you can throw in some colored pencils with your gift.
39. Cat Lady for Life Mug
40. Custom Pet Portrait Bracelet
This personalized bracelet ($24.97, Etsy) would make a thoughtful gift to honor your loved one’s pet. Upload a picture to get a custom charm made for less than the cost of a basic bracelet at any department store.
41. Plaid Flannel Scarf for Women
Scarves are an easy gift because they’re essentially one-size-fits-all ($19.99, Old Navy). One Old Navy store hack we love is that there’s almost always a coupon code available on their home page. Be sure to copy and paste that coupon code at the end to get your discount.
42. Ring Loop Card Holder
Stylish and functional, this bracelet-style card holder ($18, Charming Charlie) is useful for parties or a night out. It can fit all your cards and coins in one safe spot.
43. LC Lauren Conrad Mother-of-Pearl Layered Necklace
Achieve the trendy look of layered necklaces ($18, Kohl’s) without emptying your pocketbook. We’ve seen this particular necklace go for as low as under $9.
44. Women’s Upturned Wide Brim Felt Fedora Hat
45. Gold Leopard Print Magnetic Bracelet
There are a ton of magnetic wrap bracelets ($17.99, Jill’s Jewels) for under $20 right now. I like that you get the look of multiple bracelets for the price of one.
46. Grandma Necklace
Personalized necklace charms ($24, Etsy) can stay with your loved one forever. You can customize the year and name. Just account for a few weeks’ shipping time.
47. Grandma Morse Code Bracelet
You want to give this morse code bracelet ($22.75 Etsy) to someone really special in your life. It’s 14k gold-filled and can be customized with your own secret message.
48. This Grandma Is Loved Personalized Keychain
Add personalization to grandma’s keychain ($10.79, Etsy) for a small fee. You can add several grandkid names to it while staying under $20.
49. Heart Family Tree Necklace for Mom
Map out the family tree with this heart necklace ($23, Callie). The necklace comes in a few colors, like gold, silver, and pink, and you can customize Mom’s name.
50. Message in a Bottle Earring Collection
Don’t underestimate the size of these post earrings ($18, Sugarboo & Co.) They’re sweet and simple and each comes with a special message.
51. Sipski Wine Holder
The wine lover in your life might appreciate this gadget ($10, Target). It lets you take your glass of wine anywhere, even the tub.
52. Beloved Coconut & Warm Vanilla Body Cream Lotion
53. World’s Best Grandma Candle
54. Silver Lilly Full-Length Plush Luxury Bathrobe
A plush robe ($34.99, Target) feels so good to slip into after a shower or bath, especially during the winter. These robes go in and out of stock regularly, but Target’s pretty quick with these restocks.
55. Miss Spa Premium Pamper Multipack Facial Masks
At-home facial masks ($15, Ulta) don’t cost a lot, but they’re a real treat. Ulta frequently runs sales, so keep an eye out. We’ve seen this go down to $9 when you shop online.
56. Mandala Lotus Optical Illusion Hanging Metal Spinner
Someone who loves to garden or spends time outdoors will appreciate this decorative garden spinner ($19.95, Plow & Hearth). Similar spinners can cost more than $100, so this 12-inch wide garden spinner is a steal.
57. Heart-Shaped Tabletop Planter
Gift this planter ($14.95, Gardener’s Supply Company) with a succulent or two to get it started for your loved one.
58. Floral-Printed Weeder Glove Spa Gift Set
Her garden gloves are probably used up and dirty. Upgrade them with these floral ones ($24, Uncommon Goods) that come with shea butter bar soap.
59. Mason Jar Indoor Flower Garden
Bring the flower garden indoors with hydroponic grow kits ($24, Uncommon Goods). They’re easy to use, and the success of growing your plants is more than satisfying.
60. Juegoal 34-Inch Butterfly, Dragonfly & Hummingbird Garden Stakes
Dress up potted plants or flower beds outside with metal garden stakes ($22.99, Amazon) that look like butterflies, dragonflies, and hummingbirds. These come in a set of three.
61. Choose Joy by Ink & Willow
Encourage her artistic side with an adult coloring book ($8.96, Target). At this price, you could afford to throw in a new set of colored pencils as well. Use your Target Redcard to save an additional 5%.
62. Farmhouse Style Kit Club
A monthly subscription to one of Annie’s Kit Clubs ($19.99, Annie’s Kit Clubs) can introduce your friend or family member to a new hobby, crocheting, quilting, and more. The first month is just $9.99 and you can cancel the subscription at any time.
63. Spot the Hidden Clues Agatha Christie Puzzle
It’s a 1,000-piece puzzle ($20, Uncommon Goods) that makes for a fun challenge for the puzzle lover. Once it’s put together, there is a second riddle to solve.
64. The Ultimate Brain Health Puzzle Book for Adults: Crosswords, Sudoku, Cryptograms, Word Searches, and More!
A big book of puzzles ($19.99, Lay It Flat) can help keep an adult’s brain exercised and engaged. this book comes with more than 130 puzzles.
65. Vintage Succulents Puzzle
Not only is this vintage succulents puzzle ($22, Uncommon Goods) beautiful, but it also comes in a carrying case that keeps everything nice and neat.
66. Artisan Truffles
Chocolate is never a bad idea (unless your receipient has certain food restrictions). This 16-piece assorted mix of truffles ($21.95, Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate Company) offers lots of flavor and variety.
67. Pick Two Teas
Harry & David teas ($24.99, Harry & David) always make smart holiday gifts for those who prefer unique tea flavors. If you’re a new shopper at Harry & David, you can sign up for emails and get a code for 10% off your first order.
68. Deluxe Chocolate Chip Cookies Sampler Box
69. Ferrero Golden Gallery Signature Fine Assorted Chocolate Gift Box
Don’t knock Walmart for a good set of chocolate ($27.99, Walmart). You get 24 pieces from Ferrero in this Signature Golden Gallery box.
70. Bean Box Coffee Sampler
Coffee snobs will appreciate this sample set ($24, Bean Box) that features four curated bags of coffee beans. Plus, you can save 10% when you gift someone a 6-month coffee sampling subscription.
71. Yeti Rambler
Water bottles like this one ($40, Yeti.com) don’t always go on sale, but they make a great investment since they keep cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot. Retailers like Dick’s Sporting Goods, Walmart, and Public Lands might have deals from time to time.
72. Urban Map Glass
Maybe your friend just moved or really loves their city, but these map glasses ($18, Uncommon Goods) make cocktail night a little more interesting.
73. Nest Mini with Google Assistant
The Google Nest Mini ($19.99, Best Buy) works as a voice assistant and mini speaker in one. Right now, this is definitely one of the cheaper smart speakers you can find.
74. Tooletries’ Toothbrush, Razor Holder, and Fog Resistant Mirror
Stick this grooming tool holder ($30.39, Amazon) to your bathroom wall. It’ll keep everything in one place for easy access.
75. French Kitchen Marble Wine Cooler
Use this bottle holder ($31.96, Crate and Barrel) to store wine or flowers. It’s currently on sale, and this is the lowest price it has been in the last 30 days.
76. Lush Relax Gift Set
Lush’s Relax gift set ($45, Lush) includes a shower gel, a body lotion, a bubble bar, and a bath bomb. You don’t even need to wrap this gift.
77. Revlon One-Step Dryer and Volumizer Brush
We’ve seen this viral Revlon styling brush ($38.87, Amazon) go for as low as $25. Just beware that it only works for certain hair types—users with thick, curly hair will have a harder time with it.
78. Wicked Plush Throw
Give the gift of comfort with this plush blanket ($29.95, L.L. Bean). If you have the time (like, give or take, two weeks), you can get it monogrammed for a personalized touch.
Best Gifts of 2022 for Kids
79. Pop Fidget Sensory Toy
Fidget toys ($8.99 Amazon) come in fun shapes, and you can get a package of two for under $10. Get a couple packs and break them up if you’re shopping for multiple kids.
80. Scented Squishmallow Blinds
These mini Squishmallows ($9.99 Amazon) are extra fun. They smell nice, and kids love the surprise element.
81. Animal Erasers
Vibrant desk erasers ($7.98 Amazon) might make school in the new year more fun. Plus, you can take these apart and put them back together.
82. Personalized Crayons
These initial and name crayons ($5.00 Etsy) are a fun way to teach kids about colors and letters. Plus, they’re personalized.
83. Jenga Mini Game
For older kids, you can’t go wrong with Jenga. This mini version ($5.41 Walmart) is packaged perfectly for a Christmas stocking.
84. Fisher-Price Baby’s First Blocks with Storage Bucket
Shape-sorter toys ($9.97, Walmart) help kids learn their shapes and colors. And if you shop at Walmart, in-store or online, you’ll save $1 over Target prices and $2 over BuyBuy Baby on this classic Fisher-Price toy.
85. Melissa & Doug Deluxe 10-Piece Alphabet Nesting and Stacking Blocks
This stacking set ($11.99, Walmart) helps with motor and dexterity skills. Also, we found that Walmart has the best price to get it.
86. Mega Bloks First Builders Let’s Get Learning
Mega Bloks building set ($24.98, Walmart) is a baby toy your child can use even in preschool. While Walmart had the best prices, we found it at Target and Amazon for just $0.40 more.
87. Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Farm Animal Puzzle Electronic Baby Toy
Little ones can learn animal noises, sort, and match with this playset ($16.44, Walmart). It’s available for this price only at Walmart.com and Amazon.com, though we’ve seen it for higher at other retailers.
88. Melissa & Doug 75 Multi-Colored Wooden Blocks
Walmart’s a great place to save on Melissa & Doug toys, including this 75-block set ($15.97, Walmart). You get 75 multi-color pieces for creating masterpieces.
Related: The Best Melissa & Doug Black Friday Sales
89. Lamaze Puffaboo Elephant
Babies ages 1 and older will have fun squeezing this elephant toy ($14.95, Fat Brain Toys). It squeaks and puffs air, plus you can fold over its ears.
90. Zoom ‘n Vroom Ladder Launch Crane
Kids who love cars and trucks might enjoy this set ($19.95, Fat Brain Toys) that you can push and pull. It goes in and out of stock, but we also found it for a similar price and shipping fee at Walmart and Amazon.
91. Fat Brain Toys Baby Toddler and Learning Toy MiniSpinny
92. WhoopsyDoo Bead Coaster
You get colors, shapes, and sorting galore with this wooden bead maze ($12.95, Fat Brain Toys). While so simple, it’ll keep baby engaged for hours.
93. Green Toys My First Tugboat
The price for this bath toy ($14.99, Amazon) was better on Amazon than it was at Fat Brain Toys, Walmart, or Target. And if you factor in the free shipping, it’s a no-brainer!
94. Little Tikes 3- Trampoline
Trampolines are not cheap, but we were able to find a somewhat cheap one on Amazon ($77.45, Amazon). It’s a fun way for kids to exercise and burn off some energy.
95. USA Toyz Pop-Up Kids’ Tent
This toddler tent ($22.99, Amazon) is currently at the lowest price we’ve seen in a while. It can be used all year long, just make sure to keep it indoors.
96. Crayola Color Caddy
Keep markers, colored pencils, crayons, and other art supplies organized with a caddy ($18.74, Amazon). It comes with Crayola supplies that you can take on the go.
97. Create Your Own Comic Book Kit
The kids can channel their creativity with this comic book kit that allows them to create their own stories and illustrations ($30, Uncommon Goods). Send it back in the mail and they’ll receive a professionally bound copy of their work.
98. LumiClock Bunny
This kid-friendly alarm clock ($39.99, Crate and Barrel) plays soothing sounds when it’s time to get up. It can switch to different faces and funny sounds, too.
99. Little Tikes Tobi 2 Robot Red Smartwatch
Instead of getting kids an actual smartwatch, start with this toy version from Little Tikes ($44.80, Amazon). It has over 50 watch faces and can take videos and selfies. You’ll be able to stay within your budget for a cool kid tech gift.
100. Fao Schwarz Makeup Vanity Mirror Set
Complete with foundation, primer, blush, nail polish, and so much more, this vanity mirror set makes a great first makeup kit ($39.99, Target).