Made In, $99

Students across the nation are eagerly preparing for graduation and what awaits them beyond the classroom. 
Whatever they’re doing after graduation, there are some near-universal gifts that can help them navigate post-grad life with confidence and excitement. 
Find everything you should give your grad, from kitchen tools to travel gifts to subscriptions, at our Class of 2020 gift guide hub

Editor’s note: Graduation ceremonies across the country are being canceled and postponed due to coronavirus, but that doesn’t mean students aren’t still preparing to move on to the next phase of their lives. We hope this list provides some guidance for how to help them celebrate their accomplishments and smoothly transition to whatever form their next chapter may take.

For anxious students ready to leave school and start the rest of their lives, graduation probably feels like it’s inching toward them at a glacial pace. For parents and loved ones, it’s probably hurtling toward them way too quickly for their liking.  

As soon-to-be-grads experience the complicated feelings of finishing a chapter of their lives, the parents, relatives, and loved ones are right there alongside them to celebrate it all.

Your new grad could be continuing on with more school, starting work, or still figuring out what they want to do. Regardless of their plans, congratulations are surely in order, and there’s no better way to say so than with the following practical, thoughtful, and indulgent gifts. There’s something for everyone in the Class of 2020 in this under-$100 gift guide. 

Top five graduation gifts under $100

1. “How to Cook Everything: Simple Recipes for Great Food”

2. Hydro Flask

3. Logitech Keys-To-Go iOS or Logitech Keys-To-Go Android

4. STATE Lorimer Backpack

5. Year & Day Big Plates

32 gift ideas for your grad that won’t cost more than $100A foundational cookbook for the basics
Barnes and Noble

Gift “How to Cook Everything: Simple Recipes for Great Food”, $32.49

A lot of graduates are coming out of school with little knowledge of cuisine or the human palette as it pertains to tastes not including mac and cheese or $1 pizza (yes, it exists). A cookbook is a nice way to make sure they can get off on the right foot post-graduation, maybe eating some vegetables and enjoying the activity itself rather than relying on the same cheap eats out of habit or lack of know-how.

A Disney Plus subscription
Disney Plus

Sign up for Disney Plus, 6.99 per month or $69.99 per year ($5.83/month)

Graduating from college usually marks the beginning of “adulting,” but they’ll eventually need a break from being a grownup. With everything from classic Disney movies and shows from their childhood to Star Wars and Marvel movies, Disney Plus subscription is an almost sure way to stay entertained. Learn more about Disney Plus here

A popular daily planner to keep them focused and motivated
Panda Planner

Gift a Panda Planner, $19.97

It’s important not to get complacent after graduation. The highly popular Panda Planner not only helps them be productive but also blends in self-appreciation and happiness strategies to keep them motivated. 

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