The following are gift options priced below $50, the most expensive being under $20:
· Amazon Sold Hermell Cervical Collar for $12.99. This cervical foam collar looks like what people who suffer from whiplash are wearing. It is nice to help passengers get a decent sleep on the flights.
· Frommer's Remix Guides helps users to build personalised $9.99 guidebooks. An alternative is to receive free local advice from websites such as Chowhound, Yelp and Frommers.
· Stretch Island Fruit Strips for travellers on the go are ultra lightweight, super tasty healthy snacks. Prizes are subjective. Gift donors can customise packages from a range of options, including single-serve packets of peanut butter, granola bars and organic beef jerky.
· Go Gear 3 Pack three ounce plastic bottles from Cool Gear are priced at $9.99 and squeezable so that consumers can reach the last drop of liquid that is stored.
· Luxury City Guides priced at $9.99 are attitudes loaded, insider pamphlets better offered to friends who spend more free. They list interesting restaurants, shops and hotels for visitors who can afford them.
· MyBlueBoost from Smart Tech Items is priced at $44.95 and is lightweight, hard and works wellHealth Fitness Posts, taking mobile phones back from practically out of power to 99 percent charged with spare power in about two hours.
· Packing envelopes from Travel Products priced at $17.95 are water resistant zippered pouches which make it easy to find stuff in your luggage.
· The pendants of St. Christopher feature the patron saint of travellers. For Catholic travellers, this is a great present, and a wry one for an atheist road warrior.
· The Occasional Traveler 's strong tags are perfect stocking stuffers priced at $3.50 each. These creative baggage tags are made from tear-free paper like material that makes your luggage a breeze to recognise.
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