Mothers Day Without Breaking the Bank: Gifts Under $50


Celebrating Mother's Day and the women in our lives who have helped guide and lead us in our own journey is meant to be a fun, loving day, where we show our appreciation to these amazing women. While we may want to go all out for our mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and loved ones because they deserve it, celebrating Mother's Day can get expensive!  Whether you want to show the special women in your life a good time or gift her with something sweet and memorable, there are plenty of things you can do for Mom and not break the bank.

Here are 5 Gifts Under $50 for Mother's Day

Mother's Day MAC Make Up Kit: MAC Cosmetics has a Mother's Day Kit for $39.50 that was originally priced at $88.00. The kit comes in 4 different shades of lipstick/gloss in Touché, Long Live the Night, Oh Honey, and Nice N Spicy.

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P.F. Chang's: P.F. Chang's has a promotion going on where you can buy one entree and get another entree FREE. Just go on to their website. Visit their website and fill out the form to receive your offer.


Memories for Mom: Personal Creations (www.personalcreations) gives you the opportunity to make your gift memorable and creative for your mom. You can have a custom message put on some cool puzzle piece decor to hang up for only $34.99.

Nail Salon: I don't know one woman that wouldn't enjoy a good mani or pedi on Mother's Day and it's one of the easiest gifts. Most local nail salons have Spa Pedicures starting at $25.


SaVor V: Duh! With our new Churro Cupcake in rotation and making its rounds around the country, make sure your Mother or special lady is one of the first to try it! We have a variety of amazing flavors to choose from starting at $6.99! Find them here

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  • Christian Cashelle

    All great ideas! I wish my mom wasn’t so picky :D. It’s easy to shop for her though, because she tells me exactly what she wants LOL


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