Birthday Gifts To Guests
Who said that if you are the host of a party, you cannot offer gifts to your guests? If you want to be the most appreciated host in the world, you should be different from the rest of them and surprise your guests with some little products that can be bought online from Amazon, for example. I have selected this site, because it is the company that offers to you almost anything you want to buy in terms of electronics, fitness products, books, home products, garden products, toys, clothing, shoes, jewelry, sports and outdoor products, automotive and industrial items and others.
A birthday party is usually held with your friends and family members; if you will have more than 20 persons coming at your birthday, you have to buy for every one a product that is identical to the rest (you don't want your guests to get upset because of the little product that you buy for them). If all your guests have mobile devices, one of my recommendations is to offer to them a code that will allow them to get a discounted application for that mobile device they have. But taking into consideration that on the market there are so many free apps, probably they will not be so interested in your gift. Nevertheless, it is worth a shot.
If you are interested in a cheap product, you can browse the gifts that are available on Amazon according to their prices. You can select to see only the products that are cheaper than $25, or perhaps those that cost between $25 and $50. The other 2 categories in which the gifts on Amazon are included are: between $50 and $100 and luxury products. Because I believe that you don't have enough money to get $100 products for every guest that you have, I will name only a few gift ideas that are under $25.
And in this category we have all sorts of gadgets, cookbooks, calendars, MP3 albums, board games, small appliances, golf gear, DVDs, umbrellas, picture frames and CD box sets.
I am really interested to see what are the small appliances that you can buy: hot air corn popper ($17.54), quick read thermometer ($12.85), programmable coffeemaker ($20.49), personal blender with travel lid ($15.44), cool wall toaster ($17.99), round manual slow cooker made of stainless steel ($20.13), custom grind hands-free coffee grinder ($19), knife sharpener ($17.95), 6 speed mixer ($20), electric iced tea maker ($22.59), microwave multi-popper ($16.88), electric wine opener with wine chiller ($24.97) and more. The entire list is presented on Amazon.com, the Small Appliances category.
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