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geeksugar's Last Minute Gift Guide!

geeksugar's Last Minute Gift Guide!

It's holiday gift-buying crunch-time. If you haven't finished your gift purchases (or started, ahem), then it's time to start thinking of ideas that can be bought or delivered quickly — and when I say start thinking about, I mean, I'm here for you. Here are a few ideas that don't rely on overnight shipping or getting your butt to a store.

  • Your best bet is the much pooh-poohed but fabulously well-received (in my experience) gift card. iTunes gift cards are crowd-pleasers since they can be redeemed for music, movies, and apps for iPhone and iPod Touch users.
  • I seem to give at least one Netflix gift membership each holiday, and 90 percent of the time, the receiver has decided to keep subscribing, and then I look awesome.
  • Amazon's emailable gift cards are the best, and can just be sent to someone's inbox. They also offer a printing option if you want something physical to give.

And for more gift ideas, be sure to visit HolidaySugar!

cocomadmoiselle cocomadmoiselle 8 years
iTunes giftcards can't be redeemed for apps...boo!
Pegona Pegona 8 years
iTunes giftcards have long been my go-to last minute gift. I've received an Amazon gift certificate a few times, and they've definitely been among the most USEFUL gifts I've ever gotten. They're especially handy for students. The Netflix subscription, as others have said, is a great idea!
melizzle melizzle 8 years
Netflix is a fabulous idea, always a hit!
kia kia 8 years
I got my papa a Netflix a year ago, or two? It worked well and was quick.
TidalWave TidalWave 8 years
just so you know, the itunes gift cards are physically shipped to the person. i have no idea why they can't just send the code in an email like amazon, but they don't
bethinabox bethinabox 8 years
I just bought my dad a Netflix subscription. :) Pretty simple, but I think he (and my mom!) will enjoy it.
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