Make Someone Smile With A Holiday Care Package
It’s that time of year…the time when college students buckle down and study like crazy to get through finals. This may mean irregular meal times, or meals skipped entirely while studying goes late into the night. The combination of sleep deprivation and stress can make even the most health conscious students give into junk food cravings. During this time, there is nothing better than receiving a fun care package from home. Amazon has some great options and if you have Amazon Prime, you can have them shipped directly to your student within two days. There is literally something for everyone. My mom sent my roommate and me a huge popcorn tin during midterms, and we loved it! Here are a few suggestions. As a college student, I can tell you, it doesn’t matter what you send, it will be appreciated!
Here is a cute reusable metal holiday tin. It holds a gallon of popcorn and comes with three flavors: butter, cheese, and caramel, or if you prefer, you can switch out the butter for kettle corn. Both options are only $24.99 and with Prime, shipping is free!
If you want to send something bigger, the same company has a two-gallon version for only $44.99. So, you can send twice the popcorn and save $5.
If you think the recipient would prefer a variety of individually packaged snack items, Amazon has those as well. Here is a great option for only $24.99.
They even have a Gluten Free Care Package option for $34.99. With 34 items, this is a fantastic deal!
Maybe you don’t have a student who needs a care package. Maybe there is someone else on your gift list who would appreciate a snack basket. These fun edible gifts would be enjoyed by young adults living on their own, or someone in an office setting. Perhaps, you want one for your own house for your kids and their friends who will be stopping over during the holidays. Check out all the options on Amazon. I am sure you will find something fun!
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