- With a $100 budget, you can buy anything from a smart speaker to an educational cooking class.
- These 76 gift ideas cover a wide range of interests and needs, so you can find something unique and thoughtful for everyone in your life.
- Looking for more gift ideas? Shop 50 gifts under $50, along with all our 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 76 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.
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Shop the 76 best under-$100 gift ideas below.
A smart way to add Google Assistant to any room
The convenience and utility of Google live in this small but mighty smart home device that lets them do everything from check their calendar to play music, all hands-free.
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.
Soft and environmentally friendly socks made from hemp
The cozy socks are also sustainably made and made from a hemp yarn that’s four times more durable than cotton, a win-win all around.
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.
The Echo Show 5 is for tech enthusiasts who prefer a visual element to their smart speaker experience. It has a clock face and video calling capabilities, as well as the ability to show song lyrics, step-by-step recipes, and news highlights.
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.
A mini duffel crossbody with a distinctive look
Dagne Dover excels at making functional and versatile bags like work totes and this extra small version of its popular neoprene duffel. Inside, they’ll find a compartment just large enough for the day’s essentials, pockets to keep them organized, and a detachable key leash.
A streaming stick that gives them access to more than 500,000 movies and TV episodes
Roku’s Streaming Stick+ is exceptional for its 4K, HDR, and HD streaming, and long-range wireless receiver. Installing it is an easy process and starts by plugging the stick into his TV.
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.
Smart plugs that let them control their appliances with their phone
Through the corresponding app, they can schedule when their lights turn on and off, or use voice commands with Alexa, Google Assistant, and Cortana. It’s a suitable entry-level smart plug for someone looking to get into home automation.
Membership to a popular nationwide book club
If they prefer the incomparable feel of a hardcover book, set them up with a Book of the Month membership. It offers five curated titles, mainly from up-and-coming authors, to choose from every month.
Leather travel accessories
It might be difficult to snag them an under-$100 plane ticket, but the next best things are classy accessories to hold their passport and luggage tag. The full-grain leather set comes in beautiful colors and textures, and you can monogram it for an extra $20 if you’re willing to go slightly over your budget.
A compact and lightweight hand mixer
Not all baking tasks require a full stand mixer. Kitchenaid’s hand mixer doesn’t take up a lot of space but gets a variety of jobs done by offering five speed options. You’ll also have fun picking out a unique color for your recipient.
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.
A waterproof outdoor speaker
The surprisingly powerful speaker fits in the palm of their hand and can go swimming with them in the pool or ocean. It’s also dustproof and therefore suitable for hikes and other outdoor adventures.
A sleep mask made with high-quality mulberry silk
Few things are more luxurious than sleeping with a silk mask. Thanks to its all silk construction, your recipient’s face will feel cool all night long.
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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