There’s always someone on your holiday shopping list that keeps you totally stumped. Every year, it’s my little brother (he’s 15 now). Last year, I got him a tabletop game like this tabletop billiards game ($34.99) so he could play with his buddies and this year, since he made the high school hockey team, we got him a new game for his PS4, NHL15 (now on sale for $49.99!), though any video game makes a good teen gift- just make sure you know what system the kids are playing these days! If you’re looking for something a little more gender-neutral, you really can’t go wrong with a Fandango gift card for the movies ($25+). Did you go to the movies like every weekend in high school? I definitely did. There’s no doubt, teens love technology, so if you’re feeling like a splurge, an Amazon Fire HD7 ($139) or a Fujifilm Instax mini instant film camera ($99.99) would make super cool, best aunt/uncle status gifts. For the lady teens, funky accessories are always popular, like the Ban.do ‘Frills’ Keychain Pouch ($25) or the always adorable On the Mark Necklace from Stella & Dot ($59). If you are really stumped, funny gifts always go over well with the teen crowd, such as a cheeky sticky note set ($16), a hilarious graphic tee like this Pizzza for Breakfast one ($29) or a pretzel-shaped pillow ($20.99) with the promise of a mall-pretzel date. Hopefully now you’ll feel a little more comfortable shopping for the teenagers in your life- keep it fun and light and you can’t go wrong! – Jaimie
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