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Gifts For Under $50 For Everyone on Your List

Gifts under $50

If you are trying to find gifts for under $50 look no further than Lands’ End.  I recently got this Dog Needlepoint Kindle/Nook Case for my son’s new tablet he is getting for Christmas for just $39.50!  It’s a great gift idea that will protect my more expensive investment, his new tablet.  The thing I like best about it is it’s ease of use.  I decided the more simple it is for him to use (slips in and out) the more apt he will be to use it.  The bonus?  It’s high quality!


A new look for your ebooks.

  • Fits Best: Nook®, Kindle Fire®, iPad® mini
  • Device must be removed from case to use
  • Inside sleeve style design to store device
  • Snaps securely closed
  • Reinforced cover
  • 6½″ x 9½″
  • Monogram it!

The front design is handmade in 100% wool. The rest is 100% cotton velvet — including the sleeve the device fits into. Spot clean. Imported.

As with most leather products, the initial fit will be snug but over time the case will mold to the device for a close-to-custom fit. 

 Lands’ End has a ton of other gifts for under $50 as well and I hand picked a few of my favorites to share with you.  Lands’ End offers quality merchandise at fair price points. I’ve been relying on Lands’ End for years (all my bathing suits and all my slippers especially).  It’s easy to order online and they have great customer service and return policies that make it especially easy to order online.

Kids’ Hand Knit Animal Hat

These are all the rage this year.  My nephew and his friends were these everywhere (and we live in Florida).  I don’t necessarily understand the fashion statement, but I think the hats are adorable!


Warmth with a wild side.

  • 100% wool
  • Choose from: reindeer, lion or monkey 
  • Fleece lining for added warmth and a soft touch that’s not itchy
  • Hand wash cold, dry flat away from heat
  • Imported

Kids love these hats. And if you’ve ever not won the battle of getting them to wear a hat on a cold day, meet your secret weapon.

Men’s Regular Long Sleeve Heavyweight Jersey Rugby

The quality of Lands’ End clothing rivals that of brands that sell for triple the price.  This heavyweight rugby is sure to keep your man warm this winter for under $50!


This rugby’s got it all, including a great price.

  • Beefy-knit 100% cotton jersey
  • Authentic game-style details
  • Garment washed to resist shrinkage
  • Tennis tails with taped side vents
  • Reinforced shoulder seams
  • Long sleeve with rib-knit cuffs

You’ll love our Rugby. It’s breathable 100% cotton jersey, knit good and heavy like the authentic rugby shirts from way back when. It’s garment washed so the fabric is softened up, broken in but not broken down. (Garment washing minimizes shrinkage too, so there’s no need to size up.) As for features, we include a slew of neat stuff. Like game-inspired rubber buttons, twill collar and covered placket. Also quilted elbow pads, nicely finished tennis tails with twill-taped side vents, long sleeve with rib-knit cuffs. We even match the stripes at the front and sides, just one more example of our obsession for perfection. By the way, the stripes are yarn-dyed to look crisper and last longer. Machine wash. Imported.

Women’s Regular Solid Rayon Sleep Pants

Sleeping is important, being comfortable while you sleep is a necessity.  These rayon sleep pants are new to Lands’ End – they evidently discovered that sleeping wrapped up in a soft, silky feeling pair of sleep pants is what every woman wants!


Soft and sweet.

  • Soft, fluid rayon knit with a hint of stretch
  • Shimmery satin trim at the pocket and leg bands
  • Comfortable full-elastic waist with satin drawstring
  • Single back patch pocket
  • Inseams: Regular, 30″; Petite, 27 1/2″

Here’s something special: soft, silky rayon jersey trimmed with satin. The fabric is fluid, yet never sheer or immodest. Elegant, yet easy care. So this sleepwear is feminine, but not so frilly as to compromise your comfort. 94% rayon/6% spandex with 100% polyester trim. Machine wash. Imported.

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Lands’ End, however the opinions provided are my own.


  1. I love those hats. I know a few little ones who would love them. Thanks for the suggestions, I’m so bad at finding gifts.

  2. Wow! Really cool and affordable gift ideas, thanks for sharing them! I’ve always preferred the cheap gifts, the value of a gift doesn’t depend on the price you’ve payed for them…I often prepare something on my own, or bake some cake as well. I think it’s more personal..