Want to use February 14 as an excuse to send your college kid a care package with a few Valentine’s themed treats? Here are 25 gift ideas for your college kid, teen or young adult.
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Valentine’s Day Gift Guide
Our favorite candy company, Sugarfina, makes a wide selection of inventive flavors for adults. Take a look at what they offer for Valentine’s Day for a trendy candy gift in gorgeous packaging.
A classic Valentine’s Day gift, these chocolates will be a hit with your college student and their roomies since, with 20 pieces, there are plenty to share.
You never really know when you are going to need a toll that does absolutely everything – 18 functions including propping up a phone and it fits inside a wallet.
This might remind your grown up kid of the silly putty of their childhood but this improbable stretchy “liquid glass” and it will serve them well now as both a toy and stress reducer.
This iPhone case has the perfect amount of light for selfies.
Our big kids love toys and this table-top soccer game is exactly that, a fun toy.
This looks so delicious that we might order some for our kids AND some for us, too. Swirl them into hot milk for the perfect cold-weather drink!
Watch Netflix on a phone, hands free, when you clip it into this holder and clamp it onto a desk, a treadmill, or the kitchen counter.
Why not treat your daughter to a little spa experience on Valentine’s Day with these bath bombs that come in amazing scents?
March Madness begins on March 11 with Selection Sunday, so send a pair of socks with your kids’ favorite team’s colors.
Notes to Self sells socks with built-in messages of encouragement. We think these socks in this pretty heart-shaped box are the perfect Valentine’s Day gift.
We are big fans of this jewelry line and think they have some gorgeous pieces that would make a great Valentine’s Day gift for your daughter. These earrings caught our eye but they have many earrings, bracelets, and necklaces to choose from.
Heat up water super fast for a cup or tea or a hot chocolate in this pretty electric kettle.
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A classic piece of jewelry, these freshwater pearl earrings will never go out of style.
It’s not too early for soon-to-be freshmen to get a little help for next fall.
Your kids may already be playing this at school but, if not, treat them to a set so they can join this super-poplar, athletic, and group game trend.
Sipping coffee from a new thermal mug like this one will get your college student’s day off on a energized (and caffeinated) foot. We love this red one for a Valentine’s Day gift but they come is lots of colors and have university logos for many big schools, too.
This jacket is both warm and lightweight, making it a practical and stylish way to add an extra layer of warmth.
This 10-foot charging cord is weighted to keep the tip from falling off a bedside table at night.
With a waterproof liner, this great-looking travel bag comes in lots of colors and designs.
With a high quality sound in a slim speaker, your kid and four of their friends can all sync up to this wireless speaker at once.
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If Valentine’s Day is a little too saccharine for your kid’s taste, consider sending a box of snacks for your kid, their roommate and the entire hall.
College kids can always use a little extra $$$. Think about packing a few bills into an empty candy box. Bad news, no chocolates. Good news, $$$.