With Valentine's Day quickly approaching, it may be time to tap into the depths of Amazon to see what quirky, random, and affordable gift ideas float to the surface. After all, the limitless site is not only a treasure trove of functional, everyday buys and hidden gems (heck, we even have a whole roundup dedicated to the unexpectedly great stuff on Amazon), but it's also one of the few ginormous retailers that guarantee your goods will be delivered by a certain date — which, in your case, is February 14 (*big, obnoxious wink*).
Not to toot Cupid's horn, but we're pretty decent at excavating good sh*t at angelic prices on the supersite (and, if you need further convincing, allow us to point you in the direction of our dedicated Amazon hub). It's why we've put together this charming gift guide featuring some of the best cheap Valentine's Day gifts on Amazon we've uncovered. The word "cheap" is subjective, of course, but for the purposes of this V-Day shopping roundup — whether you're gifting your hubby, your GNC partner, your best pals, or your hookup — everything ahead is under $55. Do you love us? We love you.
We definitely don’t require a pile-up of presents to make Valentine’s Day feel special. Sometimes all it takes is a cute, cheerful card — especially for non-romantic loved ones.
This Charleston, South Carolina-based skin-care brand is responsible for a host of handmade products elevated by eye-catching, nautically themed packaging — each of the coastal company’s made-in-USA offerings is inspired by the sea. This four-pack of coconut milk bath bombs will make the most hum-drum of tubs feel like a spa, thanks to the milk’s sweet aroma and the addition of soothing Epsom salts and hydrating olive oil.
A love stronger than your relationship with pizza? This person deserves the world, but would probably settle for a sentimental message tucked into a stylish pill capsule. This apothecary-style glass bottle contains 25 happy-faced mother’s little helpers, each of which is equipped with a rolled-up piece of paper for jotting down your true feelings. These would make lovely micro-keepsakes in lieu of a traditional card or a heartfelt message-swap activity for your Valentine’s Day get-together.
What better way to show someone they have your heart than with anatomically accurate jewelry?
Dial up the cozy vibes with a campfire-inspired candle that is just the right amount of woody, smoky, and sultry.
As much as we love them, the thing about fresh flowers is that they're expensive and then they die. Tragic. A more cost-effective (and more fun!) alternative is to gift a Lego set of blooms. Besides, what's more romantic than sitting by the fire (or, um, the radiator) and assembling these fleurs with your beau?
For the "Babe, it's our song!" person in your life (maybe that's you), we can't think of a better trinket than a bespoke keychain set that can be customized with the Spotify song code of your favorite sentimental bop.
For some of us, buying chocolate is a daily practice (*raises hand*), but Valentine’s Day marks a glorious 24-hour period where our sugar addictions are considered socially acceptable — even romantic — behavior. While there’s a dizzying phalanx of cacao-based gifts out there, you can't go wrong with a festive box of creamy Lindt truffles.
Try a new and tasty spin on conversation hearts with these classic Jelly Belly beans! Each order comes with a pack of three, which means there's one for you, one for your boo, and another one for you.
Wes Anderson movies are set in environments that you only wish were Airbnb-able with your boo. The thing is, there are real places in the world that are "accidentally Wes Anderson" (see what we did there?), and this gorg coffee table book captures those far-flung romantic destinations.
Picture this: It's Sunday morning. You and your S.O. just woke up, and you're both starving. We're thinking that a love-themed brunch featuring a stack of these heart-shaped waffles is sure to satiate.
"Personal massager," huh? Whatever you say, Luna. However — and wherever — you see fit to utilize this buzz-worthy gadget, consider the vibrating wand a mutually beneficial gift.
The only tea we're spilling is that this is such a cute gift idea for the hot-beverage lover in your life.
This bar of soap, made from real merlot, is a gift that your clean-freak wino S.O. will surely appreciate.
This gigantic sherpa hoodie blanket is the gift of your No. 1 couch potato's dreams. And if you get one for yourself, you can make believe that you and your S.O. are part of a secret love cult.
Did you know that Sanrio has a whole collection of zodiac hoodies and sweatshirts featuring Hello Kitty cosplaying all 12 signs? Well, now you do. Run, don’t walk.
A classic, va-va-voom red manicure is never not chic — but for Valentine's Day? It's practically a requirement.
Some may think it's a crime to buy something from Amazon that looks so handmade and DIY — but listen, not everyone is crafty and dexterous. Besides, you can't deny this is a cute, gender-fluid accessory for the y2k-trend-loving person in your life.
If the thought of gifting a real plant gives you anxiety, opt for a pillow that still adds much-needed greenery to a living space.
It's a quiet marvel that a gua sha stone comes in the shape of a heart. This V-Day, make it an entirely pink jade moment with this face roller and de-puffing set.
No matter what the haters say, Crocs are now considered fully acceptable footwear. (Though we implore you to use your best judgment re: the occasion.) But if we're talking about getting comfy with your person, there's no reason not to get all squishy by getting them a pair of these house clogs.
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