Shop from Home with these Last Minute Christmas Gift Ideas

Ideally, you started shopping back in October and finished your Christmas shopping on Black Friday. That’s best case scenario but as we all know, rarely does that happen. If you still have a number of people on your list who don’t have a present with their name on it, time is running out fast. Despite years past, you don’t need to fight your way through traffic and crowds at the store to finish up your Christmas shopping. All it takes is a few clicks and you’re set. Online shopping has made Christmas shopping extremely convenient, leaving you to spend your time doing more important things like decorating. Let’s take a look at the best last minute gift ideas that you can order from the comfort of your home.

  1. Nikon D3300 DX-format DSLR Kit

For the photographer on your Christmas list, this Nikon kit is the perfect foundational collection. Whether you are buying for a beginner or a veteran who is looking for a new barebones kit, this is the perfect gift for the price. You’ll get the Nikon D3300 along with two lenses, which are the 18-55mm DX VR II and 55-200mm DX VR II. You can find this hot buy on Amazon.

  1. DigiHero Texting Gloves

In this digital age, your professional and social life is available to you within the palm of your hand. When the cold comes bustling through and your hands are covered up, texting and swiping is impossible. If you know a smartphone junkie, grab them this pair of texting gloves. Made with a unique material at the fingertips, these gloves keep your hands warm and your phone busy. Check out this deal on Amazon.

  1. Black Ops III, FallOut 4, and Madden NFL 16

Everyone has the gamer on their Christmas list. Lucky for you, it’s never been easier to choose a hit game that will become their favorite gift of the year. Black Ops III, FallOut 3, and Madden 2016 are currently at the top of the list of the hottest games of the year. They make great stocking stuffers and are sure to please for months. Check out Best Buy for free shipping and a price match guarantee!

  1. Jumbo Talking Minion Dave

If the last person on your list to shop for is a kid, then look no further than Jumbo Talking Minion Dave. Kids love the movie, Despicable Me. The only things they love more than the movie are the minions! This unisex friendly gift idea will quickly become that child’s favorite toy as he or she scrolls through all of the minion’s sayings. Kids can play with the toy during the day and take it into bed at night as the outside is soft plush material. Check out this popular toy on Amazon or Target. Free shipping is included!

  1. The Survival Strap

It’s small, convenient, effective, and it makes the perfect stocking stuffer! The Survival Strap is a survival bracelet that secures itself gently around your wrist. It’s made from military grade paracord and it’s able to hold up to 550 pounds with ease. It’s fashionable and can be taken anywhere you go! Whether you’re an avid hiker or always doing projects around the house, this is one gift idea that is sure to be extremely useful. Check out the latest collection of Survival Straps today!

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