Gifts Under $20 to Buy in Bulk
Whether you're buying for your family or buying for a big group, just about anyone will love these unconventional, affordable gifts.
Twenty-twenty has been a whirlwind year. If you're looking for ways to simplify going into the holiday season, we suggest buying gifts in bulk. When done thoughtfully, bulk gifts will not only save you time (and money) but also are an easy way to spread holiday cheer to loved ones near and far.
To help you get started, we've rounded up our top gift ideas to buy in multiples.
Dry winter skin plagues the best of us, especially when you add frequent handwashing on top of that. Escape the discomfort with this dreamy hand cream. The pint-sized packaging is perfect for tossing in a handbag, and it comes in rose, almond and citrus tea scents.
Sometimes you just need a stiff drink when you're traveling, and this compact cocktail kit is just the ticket. Your travel-loving friends and family will be thrilled to find this in their stockings. There's a flavor for every preference, from a Bloody Mary to a Margarita.
Each Swedish dishcloth is the equivalent of 17 rolls of traditional paper towels (and super stylish), which makes these a great gift for your eco-conscious friends. Your friends can simply compost them when they're finished because they're made from biodegradable materials. Choose from seasonless prints like this one or beautiful holiday prints to celebrate the season.
Light up everyone's day by gifting these adorable, printed tin candles. Each candle boasts bold and colorful illustrations to fit a variety of styles. Buying in bulk is easy-breezy, as the candles come in nine unique designs and scents. Plus, they come with a nice discount when you buy in pairs.
This board game combines creativity and strategy as each player trys to earn "chill points" by painting landscape features like Happy Little Trees and Almighty Mountains using colors and brushes from your hand of cards. If another player beats you to the brush, you may want to wash your palette and shift your painting plan. All the while, Bob sets the painting pace as he advances across the easel, offering sage encouragement and bonus opportunities for even more chill.