Last year I was super lazy buying gifts for my nieces and nephews. Partially because they have enough toys but mostly because I was lazy and wasn't feeling it. As a result, everyone got gift cards to the movies.
You know what's funny about giving a gift card? You often spend more on the gift card then you would buying a reasonable gift, thanks to discounts and coupon codes. Now, that's not to say I'm cheap but when you're buying gifts for a lot of people you have to be economical about it. We live in the suburbs of New Jersey not Hollywood.
I know people have a love/hate relationship with Amazon but it really is one stop shopping. They are The Walmart of The Internet. All of these gifts were purchased for $20 or less (except #4.)
I bought two of these for my 5 and 6 year old nieces. Click here to find the Glambrella
2) For the 4-8 year old boy in your life, consider these:
I think my 5 year old nephew will love this! Lights and sirens on his bike/scooter? What's not to love about that! Click here to find the Hornit
The Hungry Bear Shooting game can be found a various retailers and online - be sure to price check for the best deal. I purchased two of these from a store for $17 each not seeing the online reviews ... ugh ... well, let's hope we have a better experience and if not, it can always be returned.
3) For the (kid) WWE fan in your life, consider these two things:
Personally, I don't get the WWE but my 10 year old nephew is obsessed with it. These two things should keep him busy!
4) For the tween girl in your life, you can't go wrong with fashion. Monogrammed items are all the rage these days and I think my 11 year old niece will like these boot cuffs, thanks to an Etsy seller.
I have one nephew left to buy for and he's a huge hockey fan (plays and watches) so I'm looking into some Flyers fan gear for him.
See? Christmas owned in a about 2 hours of online shopping. Go me!