Secret Santa Helper

It’s that time of year, the name has been drawn and you have just a short few days to sort a gift for your Secret Santa recipient. 

I do love doing a Secret Santa, so much so that I have been involved in more than one some years, but it is sometimes so difficult to know what to buy.

I’ve been searching around and have come up with this list which I hope will help give you some ideas.

The usual cost of a Secret Santa gift is around £10, so all my gifts are £10 or under. I really hope you find something you like. They are affiliate links which means if you click through and buy something it will earn me some commission with no extra cost to you. So thank you for your support.

Games for Family Fun

This is a perfect gift for everyone from the age of 10 to enjoy, a great way of finding out more about your loved ones as well as having fun. And only £10!

Mr  & Mrs Family Edition

Sticking with the games, this is a fun after dinner game for ages 10 and over for just £6.50

Clarendon Games Brain Elixir After Dinner Riddles

Food and Drink and Other Edibles

Do you know someone who loves their Gin? Well save yourself the expense and buy them some Gin and Tonic sweets to fit your Secret Santa Budget. These are just £5.00.

Piccadilly Sweet Parade Gin and Tonic Boiled Sweets

This super selection hamper will keep anyone happy and it’s only £9 at the time of publishing this post.

Christmas Super Fun Pack



 For those who love there hot drinks Whittards are offering 20% off their Christmas gifts like these baubles which you can get filled with coffee, hot chocolate or even chocolate honeycomb. Just £4.80 each.

Christmas Coffee Bauble

For Her

Okay it might be a cliche to buy toiletries, but over on Etsy you can get some lovely hand made and original gifts like these gorgeous bath melts for just £6.37

Squeaky Clean Skincare Secret Santa Bath Melts



Maybe you have no clue what to get her, well why not explain with a bracelet. This one is £9.49 and even comes in a  gift box with a card.

Secret Santa Pretty Bracelet

For Him

Has your Secret Santa recipient got a beard (maybe it’s Santa himself?) This beard elixir would be a fabulous gift at just £9.50

Mr Natty Famous Beard Elixir

What about a truly masculine waterproof notebook? This one is £10.

Gentleman’s Hardware Waterproof Notebook

For Chocolate lovers and Football fans, these fabulous Football themed selection boxes are just £4.87 at the time of publishing this post. 

Dairy Milk Selection Box Premier League

More Ideas

I had a friend who just had to have her radio on at all times, even in the bathroom. So I remember buying her a shower radio for her birthday and she loved it. Here’s one to suit your SS budget at £9.99

Red5 Shower Clock Radio

For the fabulous fans of basically anything, you are sure to find something suitable at My Geek Box Shop. How about a pop figure, this Harry Potter one costs £9.99. You can choose from many more.

Harry Potter in Pyjamas

I hope you have found my list useful. 

3 Comments

  1. December 17, 2018 / 10:49 am

    Great ideas for Secret Santa gifts. One I would add for a gift for a male co-worker when you haven’t a clue is lottery tickets. Seems lots of folks like that. #MMBC

  2. December 19, 2018 / 7:58 pm

    Lovely suggestions Anne! I love the little bath melts, how novelty! And I would like the little Harry Potter figure myself. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing with #MMBC. Hope you are having a good week. x

  3. December 22, 2018 / 12:16 pm

    Great ideas here. I especially love the bracelet. ? Visiting from Christmas linky. ?

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