- With a $100 budget, you can buy anything from a smart speaker to an educational cooking class.
- These 77 gift ideas cover a wide range of interests and needs, so you can find something unique and thoughtful for everyone in your life.
- If your budget changes, here are our guides to gifts under $25 and gifts under $50. Check out all of our 2019 holiday gift guides here.
If you want to set a budget for your holiday gift shopping list, $100 might just be your magic number.
For $100 or less, there is a world of gift options that includes the latest and greatest tech accessories, useful kitchen tools, cozy cold-weather clothing essentials, luxury beauty and skin-care products, and unique just-for-fun goodies.
The abundance of under-$100 gift ideas is both a blessing and a curse, so we’ve picked out 77 of our favorites, many of which we’ve personally tested or gifted ourselves. You’ll find gifts suitable for friends, family, and maybe even your boss and co-workers.
The top 5 gifts under $100:
- An ebook reader that’s comfortable to read and hold
- The coziest moccasins we’ve ever worn
- Membership to a huge outdoor co-op
- A waterproof outdoor speaker
- An everyday stainless steel frying pan that professional cooks love
Shop more gift ideas by budget:
- 50 clever gifts under $25 that won’t end up getting regifted
- 50 gifts under $50 for everyone on your list
Shop the 77 best under-$100 gift ideas below.
The coziest moccasins we’ve ever worn
Can you practically feel the soft fluffiness of these slippers through your screen? L.L. Bean supposedly sells a pair of these cushioned sheepskin shoes every 7 seconds during December. Procrastinate on buying them and they might sell out.
A sleek fitness tracker that includes heart rate monitoring
Fitbit’s affordable Inspire HR tracker has no shortage of useful features to keep them informed about their physical activity. The heart rate monitor lets them be more strategic about their workouts by tracking calorie burn, resting heart rate, and heart rate zones.
A music subscription for people who love vinyl records
Record lovers are always on the hunt for the next record to add to their collection. Vinyl Me, Please sends them one exclusively pressed LP, one bonus record, and plenty of fun and unique extras every month. It offers three categories of tracks: Essentials, Classics, and Rap & Hip Hop.
A travel-friendly vanity case
They can stop using unsightly and wasteful Ziploc bags once they have this stylish and structured case in their possession. The exterior material is resistant to water and stains, and the clear window lets them easily identify the case’s contents.
Access to their own personal travel concierge
While travel concierge services have existed for years to help craft personalized experiences, they’re prohibitively expensive and created with a luxury clientele in mind. Journy, on the other hand, is a personal travel planning service and mobile app that only costs $25 per day of the trip.
Your recipient will tell their concierge all the types of things they want to do, see, and eat, along with other travel preferences. Then, they can sit back as the concierge takes care of the nitty-gritty details of their itinerary, including restaurant reservations and hotel bookings.
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A game that tests their penchant for puns
It’s a battle of who can devise the most clever puns in this family-friendly card game that requires a quick mind and even faster writing skills. Game on.
The outdoor game you see everyone playing at the park
It’s a gorgeous day out and you can’t help but notice a few groups having fun while playing some kind of new ball game. Chances are it’s Spikeball, the volleyball-esque game that your recipient can set up in any large outdoor space. It takes just 10 minutes to learn the rules.
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