12 Thoughtful Friendsgiving Hostess Gifts That Cost Less Than $20

Show your friend you appreciate their hospitality without breaking the bank!

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November 06, 2019
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There is a lot to be thankful for, especially the good friends in your life. And, if you have a friend who's kind enough to host everyone for a big Friendsgiving, you should be extra thankful. Show them how much you appreciate both their friendship and ability to throw a party with a little gift this holiday season. We've rounded up a few affordable hostess gifts to bring to the party this year.

For the person whose apartment looks like a magazine spread, add to the chic aesthetic with these beautiful monogramed marble coasters. It's a small but thoughtful gift that your friend will certainly appreciate.

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This hostess gift is the perfect option for a friend who loves takeout and ordering food in. They can have the fun, restaurant experience of eating sushi with all the comfort of their own home.

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$8

For the friend who loves to cook, show them how much you appreciate them with a wooden spoon they can display on their counter and cook with. The sentimental note gives this hostess gift a special, personal touch.

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Give a gift that also doubles as your post-meal treat with these waffle cups. Fill with ice cream, espresso or beverage of your choice to toast to another great Friendsgiving celebration at the end of the night.

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Bring a little fun to your friend's morning with these whimsical mugs, which come in three different patterns. No matter who you are buying for, everyone loves getting another mug during the holidays.

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Make bar-worthy cocktails at your Friendsgiving gathering with these sphericle ice cubes infused with fruit, herbs or any flavoring of your choice. The molds make customizing your ice easy and your holiday cocktail insanely delicious.

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$19.98

Have a hot sauce lover in your life? We've got the perfect set that will last them the entire year with options from around the world. It's guaranteed to give your friend a little spice to their life.

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Give the gift of coffee-shop-worthy brews with this essential tool kit. Your friend will be able to froth their way to a cappuccino in no time.

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$8.48

Add a little spice to any meal — including pizza, cheese and wings — with this flavor-packed hot honey infused with chilies. Once you use this honey, you'll never go back.

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Help your friend prepare for holiday baking by gifting them these ceramic measuring spoons. They are equally decorative as they are functional, making for the perfect gift your friend will want to display all holiday season.

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$12.99

This simple cheese board and knife set is the perfect duo for any hostess with an affinity for cheese. It will go with just about any kitchen decor, making it a perfect option for everyone on your list.

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$15.99

Help your friend elevate their charcuterie game with this multi-functioning marble board that also slices perfectly sized pieces of cheese.

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