Jump to: Choosing the Right Gift Basket
Classier than a gift bucket and more sensible than a gift spittoon, gift baskets are the perfect present for any occasion. Today's deal will cover them all: $50 worth of gift baskets and more at Incredible Edibles for $25. You must order your gift basket online, but you can either pick it up at Incredible Edibles' store in Clearwater or have it shipped to the most remote corners of the United States—making it the perfect gift for that special deadliest catcher in your life.
A personalized array of gourmet chocolates, cheeses, fruits, wines, spa products, and more makes a delicious prezzie for holidays, birthdays, and anniversaries. But gift baskets can also be used for more specialized gifting. If you're worried that lingerie might send the wrong message to a prospective client, you might prefer an Executive Tote ($120) overflowing with rosemary asiago crackers, caramel macadamia popcorn, coffee, pineapple pepper jelly, and more. If you want to subtly rib a friend for living in Maine instead of Florida, send them a Taste of the Tropics bursting with Floridian delicacies ($65). The selection is vast, and prices range from $9.99 to $125.
Incredible Edibles makes its baskets by hand daily, so your friends with new babies, graduating family members, and grieving pen pals won't have to worry about receiving a basket that isn’t in the vigor of its baskety youth, wide-eyed and ready to take on the world.
As of 1:30 p.m. Eastern, individuals are limited to 1 purchase.
Choosing the Right Gift Basket
If you’re having trouble pinning down people’s preferences in order to customize your holiday gift baskets, take a look at these idea-starters for everyone on your shopping list:
- Parents: Moms and dads traditionally appreciate gifts that are handmade. Make your own gift basket using rebar and Quikrete and fill it with sentimental photos you’ve taken of famous criminals.
- Next-door neighbors: Most next-door neighbors love the smell of your experimental cooking. Hide in a gift basket that you’ve packed with fresh ingredients and a travel-oven, and have another neighbor drop it on their doorstep. When they open it, jump out and let them watch you attempt to cook a gourmet French meal.
- Friend’s or Relative’s Baby: Newborns love anything that stimulates the senses. Load up this basket with shiny stainless-steel kitchen appliances, videos of you reading poetry at open-mic night, and the latest zoopraxiscope release.
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