Valentine’s Day is just over three weeks away, so if you haven’t started searching for a great gift, now is the time. Here at the Strategist, we’re no strangers to finding fun and thoughtful presents for any giftee, whether they’re the boyfriend who lives in loungewear or the wife who decided to take up gardening. And because Valentine’s Day means different things to different people — some go all-out; some keep it simple — we’ve found gifts at every price point and level of luxury. Right now, all of them will arrive by Valentine’s Day unless otherwise noted. But we’ll also be updating this piece up until Monday, February 14, with more in-stock, on-time options, so be sure to bookmark this page. And if you want to stay on top of our gift coverage, sign up for our newsletter so you won’t miss a thing.
If you’re not sure where to start — but you have an idea of how much you want to spend — start with our guide to the best Valentine’s Day gifts under $50 for just about every type of valentine. This top-rated, reader-favorite weighted blanket won’t break the bank and will be much appreciated by any restless valentine. Read more here.
You don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to find a thoughtful gift, and we found dozens of Valentine’s Day gifts under $25 to prove it. Nighttime readers (and their partners) will enjoy this mini clip-on book light that’s free of blue light, meaning it won’t disrupt anyone’s circadian rhythm. Read more here.
Gifting flowers for Valentine’s Day isn’t exactly groundbreaking, but it’s always nice — and there are plenty of colorful options that you can order online, like this classic rose bouquet from UrbanStems. Read more here.
Whether you want to re-create a fancy restaurant dinner at home, or you just want to please them with a box of chocolates, we’ve rounded up the best Valentine’s Day food gifts for every taste. These mini marzipan fruits are a delightful alternative to the traditional chocolate box, but they’ll still satisfy any sweet tooth. Read more here.
There’s no one perfect gift for every man, but there is a perfect gift for every type of man. We rounded up 35 Strategist-approved gifts he’s sure to appreciate, like this roll-up chess set for the valentine who’s trying to reduce his screen time. Read more here.
Has she been wearing the same pair of sweatpants for the past two years? Does she always forget to water her houseplants? Does she start each day with a vinyasa flow? We found her the perfect cashmere sweatpants, faux monstera plants, yoga mats, and much more. Read more here.
The husband whose office is still the kitchen table will appreciate this kneeling chair, which forces him to engage his core and sit upright no matter what he’s using as a desk. If his office is already tricked out, don’t worry; we’ve found 70 other gift ideas for every type of husband. Read more here.
We rounded up the best Valentine’s Day gifts for every type of boyfriend, whether you’ve been together for a month or a year or even longer. For the boyfriend who’s already watched Peter Jackson’s new 8-hour-long Beatles documentary multiple times, bring him further into the fandom with this book about the band’s final album, Let It Be. Read more here.