With such a variety on the shelves, I’m convinced that one can find the perfect gift for almost anyone at Ross. If the inventory falls short, just head over to TJ Maxx or Marshall’s and everything on your shopping list should be checked off. Over the next few weeks, I’ll share some gift ideas at discounted prices – leaving you with some extra to cash to bring home some of the items on your own list for Santa!
Starting in the kitchen aisles at Ross, here’s a few gift suggestions:
For the wine lover in your life:
Try a long-stemmed wine glass like these. Depending on the style, they can serve both a practical (and at 18 ounces, we’re talking very practical during the holiday season) and decorative purposes.
For the entertainer:
Consider this Gold Luster Mouth Blown Glass Beverage Dispenser ($29.99 compared to $49.99).
For the animal lover:
These studious animals are far too cute and under $10.
For the coffee drinker:
Ross offers an endless supply of mugs that change with the season. Ranging from monograms, to movie characters, to inspirational words that help you start your day on a positive note, there’s sure to be one in stock that suits any coffee lover. Here are some of my favorite finds this time around.
For the tea drinker:
Round out this “Keep Calm and Drink Tea” set with a tea bag collection, such as a 12 Teas of Christmas or Teas of the World box. Throw in one of these bold-colored tea kettles, too!
For the man in your life:
A few years back, I bought a set of Moscow Mule glasses for $70. If only I waited. You can purchase a set for four at Ross for $35.96 ($8.99 each) compared to $15/piece.
For the chef:
This 12-piece Cuisinart knife set ($19.99 compared to $50) is one way to brighten up the kitchen.
Dutch ovens seemed to be a popular item among the Black Friday catalogs this year. Here’s one from Mikasa, priced at $43.99 ($64.99 on Overstock.com).
Hope these help you get started! Stay tuned for more.