Struggling to find a few good retirement gifts? Finding a personalized retirement gift might feel impossible, especially if you don’t know the retiree outside the office. After all, how can you give a personalized present if you don’t know anything personal about the retiree in question?
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Below you’ll find excellent ideas that work for folks regardless of interest, background, or gender. When you’re ready to finish your hunt for the perfect gift, and get back to more pressing matters, read on.
1. Monogrammed Luggage
One of the most popular gifts for retirement is luggage. Why? Because the retiree in question finally has time to travel!
One way to support that retiree is to help them gain momentum to get out the door. You can do that with a tote bag, backpack, or an entire luggage set.
Pro tip: decide how much you want to spend before you head out on a shopping spree. Otherwise, you’re likely to come home with more than you bargained for. It’s not uncommon to spend over $1,000 on a quality luggage set.
2. Elegant Wristwatch
If you’re looking for durability, accuracy and reliability, consider fine men’s and women’s wristwatches, like those made by Tissot, Bulgari, or Omega. Sure, Rolex is the most well-known name in the industry. But they’re not the only name in the industry.
Rolex isn’t even the best choice for most folks. When you purchase your unique retirement gifts, consider the person who will receive your gift.
If it’s a watch, what model would be best? Does that person skydive, scuba dive, or travel frequently? Would a quartz watch or a mechanical one be more in line with that person’s lifestyle?
Whether your retiree plays golf, reads, or spends his time sculpting, a membership is a good bet. It’ll allow your retiree more access to their hobby. And now they’ll have more time to invest in that hobby.
It’s one of the best retirement gift ideas because it’s so versatile. You can find a membership appropriate gift for just about any hobby: skiing, yoga, scholarly pursuits, painting, etc.
4. Luxury Spa
Does your retiree need to destress? What better way than in a spa? If it’s a family member who’s retiring, you can even head into the spa together.
Some fear that a spa day might not show enough appreciation, that they might need to buy other retirement gifts for her. But consider what you can find in a spa:
- Body Treatments
If your retiree is a man, it can also be one of the best retirement gifts for him.
Western values are profoundly different than Eastern values. In the West, both men and women work until they burn out. That means both men and women need a way to decompress.
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Now you have a few retirement gifts that’ll work for anyone, but you can personalize for your retiree. Be sure to create your budget before you start shopping. It’ll limit your scope and save you time.
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