Here I am, already a week into December and I haven’t even begun to holiday shop! My family decided on an “everyone gets one big gift” sort of year, which makes my gift list a lot shorter and spending a lot more communal. My siblings and I are all grown, so our demands are easy to fulfill. I’ve been set on big screen television for months, my brother his own PlayStation 3 (because mine is now off limits to him), and my sister a GPS. However, when we ask our parents what they would like, their first response is “world peace,” and their second is “whatever you think I’d like.”
We want so hard to make our gifts meaningful to our loved ones, but sometimes we are just at a loss for that perfect something. Instead of stressing out in La Mesa stores this year, give the gift of their choice by shopping the electronic aisles for the holidays.
Stub Hub – Give the best seats in any arena at any concert, sports game, or other special event.
Pandora One – Upgrade their Pandora account so they can jam to their favorite songs in higher quality and commercial-free.
iTunes – Help them build their digital music library and groove on the go.
eBay - For the skilled bidder on your list, let them bid higher with a gift certificate.
Amazon - Let them find their perfect gift from anywhere in the world, or download the latest Kindle E-book.
Who are the hardest people to shop for on your lists, Alterra dwellers?