8 great Christmas presents for under £15


You don’t have to spend a fortune to buy a friend or family member the perfect Christmas gift, as the following eight ideas for presents for under £15 will prove. What’s more, a gift chosen with thought and attention will always be worth more than an expensive present picked in haste.

Pooch Selfie

Do you have a friend who loves their dog more than anything else in life, or do you have a budding pet photographer in your midst? If so, you need to buy the Pooch Selfie for £14.99 from Firebox.

Mushions

Stuff your face, or someone else’s, with a Monster Mushion , also from Firebox. The cool cushions, priced from £14.99 each are the ideal gift for the big head in your life.

They would also make the perfect present for someone who might miss you when you’re not there, or for a sentimental friend who needs a replacement to cuddle when they find themselves alone.

Ladybird for Grown Ups: The Wife Book

For only £5.24, you can give the gift of survival to a needy husband, in the form of this charming book with original artwork and new, brilliantly funny text. Buy it from John Lewis.

Beauty and the Beast Chip mug

This £11.99 mug from IWOOT is perfect for your favourite Disney fan, whether they’re young or just young at heart. It’s not being released for sale until the start of November – just in time for Christmas – but you can preorder now.

Prosecco O’clock Doormat

A doormat may not be your first choice of exciting Christmas gift, but can you resist this quirky example from IWOOT, priced at just £12.99, which is sure to amuse your Prosecco-drinking friends and family.

Oh! For fox sake coffee mug

A coffee break can be even more pleasing if you have this cheeky little mug from Zazzle, priced at a very reasonable £11.25.

Child’s smiling poop emoji t-shirt

Head over to Zazzle and pick up this bang on-trend emoji t-shirt for £13.47. What kids don’t like emojis – and poo?

Scratch and Sniff Wine Book

This £14.99 book from Qwerkity by master sommelier, Richard Betts, offers a fun and interesting introduction to the wine world.

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