Is anyone else finding it hard to believe that it’s December already? The holiday season totally creeped up on us and the clock is ticking to find the perfect gifts. Next up on our Gift Guide Series is gifts for the whole family – all under $50! You don’t have to go over budget to treat yourself and your entire family. Here are our top picks for Mom and Dad, teens, and kids.

For Mom and Dad

For Mom and Dad

Gua Sha Facial Massage Tool 

$29.00 at Indigo 

Give Mom, or Dad, the gift of a gua sha facial massage. If you’re wondering what the heck we are talking about, let us explain! Gua Sha is used as a facial treatment or therapy technique with various benefits such as: reduced puffiness, lymphatic drainage, and decreased muscle tension. Don’t worry, this gift comes with a how-to guide. You can also find various tutorials on YouTube to receive optimal benefits from this cooling and relaxing massage tool.

Magic Bullet

$49.99 at Bed Bath & Beyond

If your family is in need of a new blender, the Magic Bullet is a reliable and affordable blender that won’t take up too much space on your counter. This set also includes a cross-blade, 3 different size cups, 2 lip rings, 2 resealable lids, 1 to-go lid, and a recipe guide. Even though this is a gift for Mom and Dad, the whole family can enjoy it too!

7-Piece Godinger Exquisite Whiskey Decanter Set 

$19.99 at Kitchen Stuff Plus 

For the whisky lover in your family, pick up this gorgeous 7-Piece Whiskey Decanter Set from Kitchen Stuff Plus. This luxurious gift will certainly impress Mom and Dad and it won’t break the bank, since it’s on sale right now for only $19.99!

For the Teens

For the Teens

Google Chromecast 

$39.99 at Best Buy 

With streaming platforms more popular than ever, a Chromecast is the perfect gift for those without a Smart TV. Gone are the days where you needed to plug in your laptop to the HDMI port. This device allows you to stream any of your favourite shows, movies, or YouTube videos directly from your phone.

The Five Minute Journal

$26.95 at Indigo 

2020 has been a stressful and difficult year to say the least. Give the gift of a gratitude ritual this holiday season. From daily affirmations, to list-prompts that encourage you to reflect and evaluate, this five minute pastime is an inspiring and uplifting way to start and end your day.

Cooling Weighted Blanket 

$49.96 at TSC 

Weighted blankets have become a very popular item in the last couple of years. With many health benefits, weighted blankets are proven to improve feelings of anxiety, sleep troubles, and calm a restless body.

For the Kids

For the Kids

Lego Harry Potter 

$42.45 at Toys R Us 

Bring the magic of the wizarding world into your home with this awesome lego set that allows you to recreate the legendary triple-decker Knightbus from Harry Potter. A definite crowd-pleaser for the Harry Potter fanatics in your family. 

Present Pets Interactive Pup 

$49.97 at Walmart 

Has your child been begging for a new puppy? Here’s one way you can dodge the real thing. Keep your kid occupied with the Present Pets Interactive Pup instead. This interactive puppy has over 100 sounds and actions and will even paw its way out of the gift box! This pup is sure to bring tons of excitement for the whole family. 

Little Tikes First Oven 

$49.97 at Walmart 

Kids can take their play to the next level with this Little Tikes First Oven. This toy is packed with interactive features such as stove top burners that light up, clickable buttons, an oven light, and turning burner dials. It also makes various familiar cooking sounds like water boiling, sizzling, timers ringing, and more! 

Be sure to grab these items while they are still on sale to snatch them all for under $50. You can check out the Flipp App and the “Deals” feature to find more gifts under $50 this holiday season. 

Happy Holidays from our Flipp Family to yours.

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