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Best Valentine’s Day Gifts Under $50
Who doesn’t love chocolate? And, really, you can’t go wrong with a sixteen-piece assortment of Koko’s most loved pralines, ranging from white, milk and dark, and — for an extra $2 — a personalised cute message to boot.
Chocolatier’s Selection Praline Gift Box (16 Pieces), $39.90 on Koko Black.
Cute, simple and elegant, the Red Tilted Heart Solitaire Ring by Pandora is hand-finished in sterling silver and inspired by the story of William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet.
Red Tilted Heart Solitaire Ring, $49 on Pandora.
Looking for a charm that gives all the feels and still looks cute and chic? Pandora's Red & Pink Hearts Clip is a distinctive charm hand finished in sterling silver and features miniature enamel hearts in red and pink.
Red & Pink Hearts Clip, $49 on Pandora.
Personalise your Valentine’s Day gift even more with a gorgeous and simple necklace with their initials.
A-Z Necklaces Gold, $49 on The Silver Collective.
A Prim Petal brooch for the petal in your life💞.
Prim Petal brooch, $44.95 on Erstwilder.
Boy Smells’s Kush Candle is a blend of coconut, cotton and beeswax, with an enchanting fragrance featuring pot, suede, white musk, tulip and amber.
Boy Smells Kush Candle, $39.99 on Kogan.
Sure, you could get the guy, gal or non-binary pal you’re crushing on a bunch of real flowers, but they’ll likely die within the week. For a floral gift that keeps on giving, we recommend LEGO’s new line of lego bouquets. While there’s a gorgeous floral set and pair of roses, the Tulips are the cheapest — and currently only ones available — and still a great gift.
LEGO Tulips, $14.99 on Lego.
Crockd is an Aussie-made small business designing homemade pottery kits, Aka both a Valentine’s Day gift and Valentine’s Day gift wrapped into one clay bow.
Okay so yes, this kit is outside your $50 budget buuuut it’s worth it for the shared experience of creating something with your special person, and being a reminder of your relationship. Once you've made your pot, you can find your nearest kiln to harden it here.
The Original Crockd Kit, $80 on Crockd.
If you’re looking to get something techy this V-Day, why not consider this rose-pink Logitech mouse?
Logitech M350 Pebble Wireless Mouse in Rose by Logitech, $39 on Kogan.
Want to sprinkle a bit of selflessness and activism into your Valentine’s Day gift this year? For V-Day, Taronga Zoo are offering an animal parent e-adoption program, where you can wish your special someone the gift of caring for one of seven animals, including Koalas, Tasmanian Devils, Red Pandas, Asian Elephants and Meerkats.
Taronga Zoo Parent e-adoptions, $48 per year on Taronga Zoo