Five Graduation Gift Ideas for 2017 from Liquidation.com
May 30, 2017
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This year’s top suggestions include:
- Cell phones and accessories. These days, cell phones and accessories are necessities of life. Why not surprise your grad with a new iPhone or Galaxy? Or maybe a wireless charging pad or cell phone case – perfect accessories that will ensure their phone is ready and charged, just in time to take that call from mom and dad.
- Desktop and laptop computers. Computers are big-ticket items many graduates can’t afford on their own, but they’re essential for class and post-grad life. Need more budget-friendly options? Check out accessories like headphones, graphics cards or routers. They’re fun and will score major brownie points with new roomies.
- Computer monitors. With the growing popularity of streaming video, monitors are a great accompaniment to a desk top or laptop. They come in all shapes and sizes – perfect for any budget. Your grad can now watch Game of Thrones on the big screen.
- Bedding. What shows your personality more than unique bedding? No matter if it’s a dorm room or first apartment, duvet covers, pillow cases, blankets and towels are always appreciated -- especially if they reflect your grad’s sense of style.
- Furniture. Another big-ticket item, but a have-to-have for some dorm rooms and that first apartment. Grads need the basics like beds and sofas. But smaller essentials, like rugs and lamps, are good alternatives that won’t break the bank.
“Graduating from high school, college or professional school is a major
life accomplishment,” said
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