The 10 Best Holiday Gifts to Pick Up at Costco — For $50 or Less

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Raise your hand if you’re behind on your holiday shopping. Well, here’s something to lift your spirits: In addition to bulk items and cheap wine, Costco also has a ton of great gifts. Here are 10 of the best options I found on a recent trip. Even better, they’re all less than $50.

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1. Contigo Thermal Travel Mug, $19 for two

Pair each mug with your favorite coffee beans for a thoughtful (and practical) gift for your work wives. Or give the gift of both mugs to the friend who is always losing things.

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2. Rabbit Electric Wine Set, $30

With an electric bottle opener, wire cutter, aerator, two stoppers, and a preserver for keeping bubbles fresh, this kit has all the tools for budding sommeliers.

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3. Pyrex 3-Piece Measuring Set, $10

Pyrex measuring cups are a kitchen staple, making these perfect for the recent (or soon-to-be) grad in your life.

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4. Miu Silicone Baking Mats, $13 for three

Serious bakers love these mats — maybe there’s one in your family who doesn’t have them yet?

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5. Gourmet Basics by Mikasa Emma Double Handle Bowl Set, $12 for six

‘Tis the season for soups and stews and all things warm and comforting — and these bowls, which come in an array of pretty glazes, are just the right size. Bonus points if you include a handwritten recipe.

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6. Tramontina Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillets, $30 for two

If anyone you know doesn’t yet have a cast iron skillet, pick up a set of these heavy-duty skillets. Your friend/dad/cousin will thank you.

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7. Bormioli Rocco Vino Regale Stemmed Wine Glasses, $19 for eight

Wine nights at your gal pal’s pad are always a blast, but that vino will taste even better when it’s served out of grown-up stemware. These generous glasses should do the trick.

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8. Heidi’s Signature Ceramic Cookie Jar, $20

Fill this jar with all the cookies for a super-sweet present for your mother-in-law.

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9. Pre-Built Gingerbread House Kit, $10

This present says: It’s okay to cut the corners. You can have all the fun with so much less of the work!

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10. Veuve Clicquot Brut Champagne, $47

If you’re not sure what to get, you can’t go wrong with a bottle of the good stuff — and Costco often has the best prices.

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