Gifts Your Frugal Friends Would Love to Recieve




Frugal living and minimalism don’t always go hang and hand, but they certainly compliment each other. Same goes for being environmentally conscious. These gift ideas your frugal friends would love to receive will not only help them save money, they’re practical too.


Best Gifts For Your Frugal Friends


I love giving presents that people can use every day. These frugal living gifts are great for birthdays, housewarming gifts, wedding presents, or “just because”. At the very least, they’re going to make any avid money-saver’s life better!

Reusable UNpaper Towel Roll




Paper towel is way overpriced for something you’re just going to throw out. These UNpaper towels are super handy for cleaning up daily spills and machine washable to use and reuse. What’s especially cool is they’re still on a roll so you keep the convenience.


Suddenly Frugal: How to Live Happier and Healthier for Less




I love frugal living books. If you’re shopping for someone newer to the frugal lifestyle, or who can’t get enough information, this book is great. It focuses on daily habits that make a big impact on your budget.


Wool Dryer Balls





Dryer sheets are another disposable item that adds up. These wool dryer balls do the same job - but without the budget and environmental impact of disposable sheets. They’re also better for sensitive skin!


Reusable Storage Bags




Sometimes plastic bags just work better than containers when storing food. These reusable ones solve that problem so you get the best of both worlds. Which is great because those little baggies are such a waste.


Travel Mug




Making coffee at home is basically step one in frugal lifestyle changes. Help support them (and make their morning routine that much better) by giving a nice, high quality travel mug. 


Reusable Makeup Remover Pads




Little cotton pads aren’t super expensive, but over the years they can certainly be. Especially if someone wears make up every day. These soft pads do the trick just as well and will save their towels and washcloths from getting stained.


Flip-it! Bottle Emptying Kit




This nifty little invention is a must-have for frugal people! It helps you get that last little bit out of the bottle - even those awkward ones that don’t stand up on their own.


Clever Fox Budget Planner Pro



A lot of people use online budgets but some prefer to keep it written down instead. Not only does this budget planner have plenty of space for all the important info, it also tracks money wins! 


Google Nest Learning Thermostat




Turning down your heat or AC when you’re gone or asleep is one of the best ways to save money. What’s cool about this thermostat is that it actually learns your behaviour and automatically adjusts the temperature when you’ve left. 


FreshWorks Produce Saver




Did you know the average family of four in the US throws away $1,600 worth of produce every year? Containers like these help keep food fresh for longer so there’s less food waste. Which, for your frugal friends, means saving money too.


Silicone Micro USB Protector




These are fun little gifts your frugal friends would love to receive. You put it on the end of your phone cord and it helps keep it from bending or fraying. They’re cheaper than buying a new cord and can definitely extend the life of their chargers! 


Remote Control Outlet Kit




The way these outlets work is that you can turn the power on and off via remote control. Now, it sounds like something they’d just want for convenience, but it’s also a great way to stop phantom power from adding to their electricity bill. 


Beginner's Guide to DIY & Home Repair




Home ownership is expensive. But you can save a lot of money doing home repairs yourself! If your frugal friends aren’t super handy, a book like this is a great way to help guide them through those little DIY projects.


Instant Pot Duo Crisp Pressure Cooker




Instant Pots are great “do it all” appliances, which is great if your frugal friends are lacking for space. But they’re also superb at getting a quick meal on the table which, if take out is the other option, helps save money too.


Fresh Herb Keeper and Herb Storage Container




Like produce, fresh herbs seem to go back quicker than we can eat them. If your frugal friends cook with herbs this can help extend their life, saving both money and trips to the store.


Door Draft Stopper




Heating and cooling bills are one of the biggest items in our budget. Living in a drafty home or apartment can make things worse, but repairs may not always be possible. This little device creates a seal under doors to reduce those costs.


Large Piggy Bank




It’s no secret that frugal people love to save money. But there’s something extra fun about saving your loose change. Especially when you can see it fill up a piggy bank, like this one. The fact that it counts it and keeps track for you is fun, too. 


Rechargeable Battery Kit




Why are batteries so expensive, anyway? With rechargeable batteries they’ll save money, help the environment, and never have to worry about hunting down a set of batteries for a dead remote again.


HeatnBond Hem Iron-On Adhesive




This is one of those unique ways to save money, but it’s actually super cool! If your frugal friend often needs their clothes hemmed and pays a tailor this product might save a fair bit of money. It’s also great for DIY projects around the house (and cheaper than a sewing machine). 


Breville Barista Express Espresso Machine




This is kind of the be all, end of all gifts your frugal friends would love to receive. Maybe pool together and get it as a wedding, birthday, or housewarming gift? Still - thanks to this, no more missing out on boutique drinks because they’re too expensive. 


Other Ideas for Gifts Your Frugal Friends Would Love to Recieve


First of all, skip the wrapping paper or gift bag and instead use a reusable bag. Another thing I like to give frugal folks is some kind of splurge they wouldn’t normally do for themselves. Something like a gift card to the salon, a restaurant, or activity. Bonus points if you do it with them!



Author Bio


Anne loves finding the perfect gift idea that’s on budget. She has been writing about gift giving and personal finance online since 2012, as owner of UniqueGifter.com. Her favourite beverage is champagne and she loves figure skating, even if it’s harder now that she’s not 20!


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