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Good For Cheapskates

  1. painless shopping
    The Best Cheap-But-Expensive-Looking Ashtrays on AmazonDesign-y ashtrays you can also use for plants, keys, loose change, or jewelry.
  2. mothers day 2019
    The Cheapest, Nicest Mother’s Day Gifts From the Most Expensive BrandsFrom Chanel and Gucci to Le Creuset.
  3. gifts they might actually want
    The Cheapest, Nicest Valentine’s Day Gifts From the Most Expensive BrandsIncluding an egg-shaped Chanel hand soap.
  4. gifts they might actually want
    The 30 Best Gifts Under $25 (That You Can Buy on Amazon)Including sushi-shaped gummies, Portuguese toothpaste, and Birth of Venus socks.
  5. gifts they might actually want
    50 Non-Boring Stocking Stuffers Under $25 (That You Can Buy on Amazon)From Unicorn Poopsie Surprise to a fish-eye lens for your phone.
  6. holiday gifts 2018
    20 Stocking Stuffers (That You Can Buy on Amazon) for Every Kind of ManFrom spicy honey to a set of spiky dryer balls.
  7. gifts they might actually want
    25 Stocking Stuffers Under $5 (That You Can Buy on Amazon)From a knife sharpener to Black Panther claws.
  8. gifts they might actually want
    25 Last-Minute Gifts Under $10 (That You Can Buy on Amazon)From toddler ballet shoes to trendy seltzer.
  9. gifts they might actually want
    35 Stocking Stuffers Under $15 (That You Can Buy on Amazon)Including a chocolate rocks and a Bluetooth speaker.
  10. gifts they might actually want
    25 Office Secret Santa Gifts Under $25 (That You Can Buy on Amazon)From a reusable coffee mug to fish-shaped cat toys.
  11. this thing's incredible
    My Holy Trinity of Warm-Weather Dresses Are All $33 at TargetAnd one of them is just $30.
  12. deal spotting
    More Cheapest, Nicest Gifts From the Most Expensive BrandsIncluding a Tom Ford comb.
  13. this thing's incredible
    Todd Oldham on His Absolute Favorite Incense SticksThey’re just $11 and smell fantastic.
  14. stocking stuffer alert
    Cult Toothpicks: A Good Last-Minute Gift Under $10I have single-handedly turned a lot of people into toothpick enthusiasts.
  15. printed matter
    15 of the Year’s Most Giftable BooksGifts for everyone your list, including Niece Trying to Occupy Trump Tower and the Complicated Cousin.
  16. this thing's incredible
    My Favorite Pencil Was Used by Chuck Jones to Draw Bugs BunnyIt was discontinued in 1998, only to be brought back in 2010.
  17. the best gift i ever got
    This Japanese Spork Revolutionized the Way I Slurp RamenThe problem with a run-of-the-mill spork is that it’s a less functional version of the “sp” or the “ork” at a given time.
  18. this thing's incredible
    I Slather Myself in Kim Kardashian’s Favorite Body OilIt’s meant for acne scars and blotchy skin, but I love it as a moisturizer.
  19. gift guide 2016
    The Under $50 Gift GuideFrom a $1 red lipstick to a $50 wooden coffeemaker, with plenty of enamel pins, bottles of booze, and next-level home goods in between.
  20. weird gifts we love
    The Rainbow Maker Is a Little Bit of MagicStick it on the window and watch colors dance around the room.
  21. good for cheapskates
    The Toilet Nightlight That’s Swept the NationIt’s an admittedly goofy gift they just might use.
  22. a gift so nice we posted it twice
    I Would Weep If They Stopped Making This Pine-Scented CandleIt smells like the holidays and I give it to everyone.
  23. a gift so nice we posted it twice
    The Squatty Potty Is the Best Hunk of White Plastic $25 Can BuyFor the first few seconds nothing happens. Until suddenly it does.
  24. this thing's incredible
    The Best-Designed Notebook I’ve Ever UsedThe secret’s in the Japanese memo pad’s perfect spiral and non-bleed paper.
  25. things we don't talk about
    I Can Finally Shave My Back Thanks to This Plastic WandIt’s like a hair-removing back scratcher.
  26. this thing's incredible
    I Found the Best Nail Clipper at the Airport in JapanI gave them a whirl on my winter-ravaged toes and was floored.
  27. this thing's incredible
    The Best Foot Peel Is Japanese and Called Baby FootAt this point I won’t even buy a beauty product unless there’s an extensively illustrated Reddit thread devoted to its efficacy.