SECRET Santa is great for some festive fun, while also keeping costs down too.
But what if you land that one person who is tricky to buy for?
Here are some gift ideas that should hit the mark for any recipient — and they all come in under the £10 mark.
SOMETHING SILLY: Arguably, the best secret Santa presents are pretty random.
How about a portable party disco speaker with spinning light, £9.99, from The Range?
Buying for a bearded man?
Try a Beard Buddy, £4.50, from B&M, which is a bib that captures hair during a trim.
The Friends service bell and coaster set, £4, from Wilko, is great fun.
Or an argan oil-infused hair towel, £5.24, from New Look, is the beauty tool you never knew you needed.
SOMETHING THOUGHTFUL: Head to Etsy for something that shows a little extra effort.
There are plenty of options to personalise a glass, coffee cup or travel mug for less than £10.
A monogram purse or cosmetic bag with a name or initials comes in under budget.
Or delight a Marmite or Nutella fan with a personalised jar, £3 and £4.82, respectively.
Find out the star sign of your recipient and select the relevant book from The Art Of Living Well And Finding Happiness According To Your Star Sign series, £8.27, from WHSmith.
SOMETHING USEFUL: Giving food or drink tends to be foolproof.
A pretty refillable tin of Grind coffee, £9, from grind.co.uk is perfect for that person who loves a morning cuppa.
The Illy ground coffee Christmas pack, down from £12 to £10 at Waitrose, is another option.
Sainsbury’s Hoppy Christmas festive beer set is down from £8 to £6.
And the Baileys candle and chocolate, £8, Tesco, is sure to go down well too.
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