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5 Fabulous Christmas Gifts You Can Buy on Amazon for Under $50

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Many people find themselves conflicted during the holidays. They want to shower the important people in their lives with generous gifts, but they don't have an unlimited savings account balance.

If that's the boat you're in, Amazon just might be able to come to your rescue. Right now, you'll find a host of great gifts on the site for under $50. Here are a few worth checking out.

1. HoMedics Bubble Mate Foot Spa

A day at the spa can be an indulgent experience, but it could also result in a large credit card tab. That's what makes this foot spa a great gift. It's designed to rejuvenate tired feet after a long day and comes with a removable pumice stone for easy callus removal. Treat someone you care about to a product that will leave their feet feeling soothed and relaxed. You can buy this foot spa on Amazon for $29.74.

And if you're wondering if $29.74 is a good deal, it seems to be the going price. Walmart has it listed at the same value -- though if you're an Amazon Prime member, you can get it in two days for free.

2. Bedsure Heated Blanket Electric Blanket

On those ultra-cold winter nights, sometimes, even the best working home heating system isn't enough to take the chill out of the air. If you know someone special who's always cold at home, this heated blanket makes a great gift. It comes with six different heat settings your recipient can customize and is available in a variety of colors for only $34.99 for the throw size.

Compare that to this similar-looking model at Target that's available for $45.99, and Amazon's offering looks like a great deal.

3. Crock-Pot 7 Quart Slow Cooker

Have a friend or close family member who's resolving to cook more in the new year and spend less money on restaurant meals and takeout? This Crock Pot could be a great gift. Your recipient can use it to whip up a variety of soups and stews in a flash, and it's large enough to allow for plenty of leftovers. Amazon has it discounted right now to $42.99, but even its original price is just under $50.

It's worth noting, though, that Target has what looks like the same item for $41.99, so that price is actually better by $1. But if you have the Prime Visa, the 5% cash back you get on your Amazon purchase makes up the difference.

4. Hasbro Gaming Trivial Pursuit Master Edition

Looking for a great family gift? Consider a classic board game like Trivial Pursuit. This version is available on Amazon for $36.58, and it comes with almost 3,000 challenging questions across six categories. It's the perfect addition to Family Game Night. At Walmart, the Master Edition costs $57.47.

Another option? Buy a branded version of the game based on your recipients' interests. There's a Harry Potter version for $18.95, for example. There's also a Friends version for $21.99 for fans of the classic TV show.

5. SMIRLY Charcuterie Board Gift Set

Know someone who loves to host? This charcuterie board set could be a great gift. It's made of high-quality bamboo and comes with four serving knives, six sampler forks, and two ceramic bowls for dipping sauces. You get all of this for $39.99 -- but sorry, the cheese isn't included.

Walmart sells this set for the same price but notes an original price of $56.62, so now seems a good time to scoop it up.

These are just five of many reasonably priced items Amazon has available. But don't wait too much longer to do your Christmas shopping on Amazon. You never know when a package might get delayed or lost in shipping purgatory. The sooner you place your order, the less likely you'll be to run into a situation where you don't have all of your gifts in time for the holiday.

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