Gift baskets from wine sellers, chocolate makers, breweries and home goods providers are available this holiday season at a number of online retailers.
Thousands of people send gift baskets during the holiday season. They are a convenient gift for co-workers, acquaintances or loved ones. And chances are the recipient will be able to share the gift with friends and family.
And sales at top gift basket retailers this holiday season will ensure the price is right for gift givers.
For the hot beverage lovers on your list, Starbucks has a number of reasonably priced gift baskets containing gourmet coffee, tea and serving supplies. Wine Country Gift Baskets is selling a Starbucks coffee and Tazo Tea collection with a set of mugs for $50. Cherry Moon Farms has a holiday-themed Starbucks gift basket for $70, which includes coffee grounds, mugs, biscotti and tea.
Amazon has a wide variety of gift baskets for anyone on your list.
The online retailer is selling a Godiva Connoisseur Basket for $50, which includes several kinds of whole chocolate and hot chocolate mixes.
Amazon has an extensive stock of Art of Appreciation gift baskets that cater to specific tastes. For instance, gift baskets include snacks of various flavors from sweet to spicy to alcoholic.
Harry & David has an extensive supply of gift baskets. The gourmet food retailer offers classy options for the people on your list. Buy a basket of fruit, expertly picked and arranged, for $70. For a change of pace, you can also by someone a membership to the Harry & David Fruit-of-the-Month Club, which will send a different gourmet fruit to recipients for a certain number of months.
The Popcorn Factory has gift baskets as low as $20 with a variety of popcorn, pretzel and chip flavors.
Winebasket will sell gift baskets of a variety of wines, grouped by region, color, grape or taste. And BeerGifts.com will have a Beer of the Month Club three-month membership available for around $100.