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Christmas Gifts For Couples

They say the best things come in pairs: fish and chips, salt and pepper, Ant and Dec, the list goes on. If you know a couple that are seemingly joined to the hip, why not buy them a joint Christmas gift this year? That way, you can kill two birds with one stone and save yourself a pretty penny in the process. It’s a win-win situation for everyone!

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Let’s face it, we all know at least one couple that feel as though they’re part of a set. It’s not that they don’t spend time apart, but they’re just so much better when they’re together. Whether they’ve just married and this is their first Christmas as husband and wife, or they have recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary, why not team up and get them a joint Christmas present they can share? We bet they’ll simply relish the opportunity to spend more time together. After all, Christmas is the perfect time to celebrate a cute couple and their relationship!

If you’re buying for a young newlywed couple, why not treat them to a few quirky bits for their home? If they’ve recently bought a new house Christmas is the perfect excuse to get a few luxury items for it! Our matching Mr Right and Mrs Always Right Mugs are a great ‘his and hers’ present that are funny enough to be a talking point for any visitors.

However, if they’re a bit older, and don’t get to spend as much quality time together as they used to, why not buy them a gift experience they can both enjoy? For example, our One Night Hotel Stay with Dinner for Two is a great opportunity to recharge their batteries and get them into the Xmas spirit.

Of course, you needn’t spend a fortune buying a couple a special gift. We’ve plenty of inexpensive and cheap options they’re sure to love. Our Personalised Map Jigsaw Coasters are an adorable reminder of where the happy couple met at a reasonable price. They’re also fun, cute and small, what’s not to love?