While it’s great to grab some of the more popular retail bargains from all the Black Friday ads, why not get creative with virtual gifts this holiday season? If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s to think outside the box, and that’s just what I did to come up with this list for you. By no means are these your only virtual gift options, but they should get you started.

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1. Give an eGift card from GiftCardGranny.com.

Not sure what to get someone this Christmas? Send an eCard with a special message from GiftCardGranny.com. They carry store brands like Kohl’s, Walmart, and Old Navy. The best part is all of the cards offer either a percent off or cash-back savings. So it’s a win-win for you and your recipient. The minimum amount you can select is $25, and delivery typically comes within five minutes.

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2. Gift a Disney+ subscription for a year.

For $69.99, you can gift someone special an entire year of the Disney+ streaming channel. They can enjoy all the new and classic Marvel, Star Wars, Disney, and Pixar movies, series, and more. All you have to do is provide the recipient’s email address, select when you want the subscription sent, and include a message if you want. Unfortunately, this gift is only for new Disney+ subscribers. After the year’s up, they can either continue the subscription or cancel.

 

3. Buy a MasterClass annual membership.

A one-year MasterClass membership can encourage anybody who wants to learn from the greats. Whether it’s cooking with Gordon Ramsay, photography with Annie Leibovitz, or playing basketball with Stephen Curry, an all-access pass MasterClass subscription allows your recipient to take any number of classes. To gift an individual course, just click on any class from the MasterClass homepage and tap the “Give This Class” button.

 

4. Gift unique online Airbnb experiences.

Gift Airbnb online experiences. With these unique opportunities, your recipient can enjoy global adventures without leaving their living room. They can experience and learn from a wide collection of activities that includes Italian grandma pasta cooking classes, science exploration with Bill Nye, and museum tours.

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5. Give a virtual wine tasting with real wine.

Wish you could get out and enjoy a glass of wine with family and friends this holiday? Why not share a virtual wine tasting with Priority Wine Pass. You select a winery and buy the wines you want to taste, ranging from $59 up to $500 per shipment. Select a date and time for your virtual wine tasting and provide a list of guests you would like to join. The winery will ship everyone their bottle of wine. Tastings are held through Zoom and often led by the winery owners and/or winemakers themselves. If wine isn’t your thing, you can also select craft beer or craft whiskey.

 

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