Your time to find a personal Valentine’s Day gift for your loved one is running out, but thankfully, two-day shipping on Amazon Prime exists. We’ve already rounded up the best Valentine’s Day gifts under $25 that you can buy on Amazon, but if you’re looking to spend a little bit more money, we’ve still got you covered. Below, 25 of the best last-minute Valentine’s Day gifts under $50 that you can buy on Amazon for every type of date. (And you might want to look at our best Valentine’s Day gifts for him and gifts for her on Amazon, too.)
For the valentine who’d rather make dinner at home
These miniature heart-shaped ramekins are the ideal size for a tart or crème brûlée, or even baked eggs the next morning if they’re a breakfast-in-bed kind of person.
For the tech-savvy valentine
This color-changing light bulb can be controlled with their Amazon Echo, and it’s equally useful for setting a romantic mood or throwing a house party.
For the valentine who couldn’t be trusted to keep a cactus alive
For the valentine who likes a good desk object
This retro-looking flip clock is both a practical and stylish Valentine’s Day gift.
For the valentine who needs a break
For the valentine who wants lots of candy
On the spectrum of Valentine’s Day gifts, this five-pound cherry-flavored gummy bear falls somewhere between a teddy bear and a box of candy — and is sure to impress a valentine with a major sweet tooth.
For the valentine with an all-natural sweet tooth
If your sweetheart is cutting down on processed sugar, but has always loved getting candy on Valentine’s Day, this raw honeycomb splits the difference. It’s entirely edible and can be enjoyed with cheese, on yogurt or ice cream, or just straight out of the box.
For the valentine who just wants chocolate
For the valentine who’d prefer to stay in and play board games
This well-reviewed board game can be played with up to five people, but is just as fun with only two.
For the valentine who likes to pop bottles
This Champagne-scented Jonathan Adler is festive, especially with the metallic canister.
For the wellness-obsessed valentine
For the valentine with a dirty sense of humor
For the valentine with a stationery habit
For the valentine who wants gold
For the valentine who loves breakfast in bed
Make fresh Belgian waffles in the morning with this highly reviewed waffle iron.
For the valentine who’s much happier after their first cup of coffee
Keep your valentine well-caffeinated with this glass Chemex coffee maker.
Don’t forget the filters.
For the valentine who crushed hard on David Bowie as a teenager
This tribute to David Bowie comes from his close collaborator and British photographer Mick Rock, and features images from the Ziggy Stardust tour.
For the valentine who wants to sit by the fire and eat fondue
This fondue set can be used for either cheese or chocolate, whichever your valentine thinks is more romantic.
For the valentine who’s too cool to celebrate Valentine’s Day
This light-pink, velvet fanny pack is almost too cool to be romantic, which is the ideal gift for a date who takes the same attitude toward the holiday.
For the valentine who wishes every date could be a picnic
For the photo-happy valentine who loves to document their relationship
A Kardashian-approved light-up phone case will make your couple-selfies look almost professional.
For the valentine who prefers to be outdoors
This camping hammock is wide enough for a couple and light enough to pack in any backpack.
For the valentine who enjoys a stiff drink
Give them a set of heavy-bottomed, modern-looking Old Fashioned glasses.
For the valentine who likes grand gestures
For the valentine who loves a classic
Not only can you order a bouquet of fresh red roses from Amazon, you can also get two-day shipping if you have Prime.
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