The secret to holiday shopping is giving yourself (and delivery companies) enough time to have your items delivered. So, now is actually the best time to shop to ensure delivery before Christmas. And, if you don’t know where to start, we’ve listed the eight best Amazon gifts that arrive before Christmas below.
If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you’ll get all of these in as little as one day! However, if you’re not a member and don’t want to sign up, they’ll still arrive at your doorstep weeks before Christmas day.
The Best Amazon Gifts That Arrive Before Christmas
The Stanley vacuum-insulated tumbler is, by far, the No. 1 best-selling drinking vessel of 2023. After selling out for months throughout the year, it's finally back in stock! While there are a few limited-edition colorways currently available, the tried-and-true charcoal color is currently back in stock on Amazon.
If you're still unsure of what all the hype is about. This tumbler keeps drinks hot for up to seven hours, cold for up to 11 hours and iced for up to a whopping two days.
Genuine leather products are usually pretty expensive. While brands like Coach Outlet have seriously discounted their leather bags and wallets for the holiday season, this one on Amazon is one of the cheapest we've seen — but it still feels super luxe.
This 100% premium genuine full-grain buttery-soft leather wallet has 10 credit card slots, one ID window, four slip pockets, two zip pockets and one back slip pocket.
Shopping for someone who has a serious sweet tooth? This Lindt LINDOR gift set has an assortment of individually wrapped chocolate truffles. The variety includes milk, dark, white, 60% extra dark, hudge swirl and sea salt chocolate.
Wrangler makes some of the best men's staples, especially for the fall and winter months, and this fleece quarter-zip is a No. 1 best seller. With over 20,000 reviews, shoppers love the fit, quality, color variety and, best of all, the price! Sizes range from S to 3XL.
This adorable gift set is the perfect stocking stuffer! It comes with three claw clips and three scrunchies that are perfect for the holiday season. If these blue, purple and silver hues aren't what you're looking for, choose from seven other color sets.
Soy wax scented candles are both safe and burn beautifully. This gorgeous 12-piece candle set includes scents like Mexican orange blossom, lemon verbena, cranberry clove, vanilla cream, saffron, sandalwood and more. They also have a long burn time of 15 to 20 hours.
This No. 1 best-selling Amazon smart display has over 80,000 reviews for a reason. It's the perfect hub for those who love Alexa and has a built-in camera for video-calling your friends and loved ones and a decently sized screen for following YouTube video recipes or watching your favorite shows while you cook.
If you're looking for one of the absolute best pairs of noise-canceling headphones that will literally last forever, these from Sony are my top recommendation. They also last up to 30 hours on a single charge, are super lightweight and have comfortable ear cushions that don't hurt your ears after long wear times.
On the first Monday of December, it is pouring with rain in Walsall. The council cannot be blamed for this; the drab grey winter sky is not their fault. The Christmas tree occupying pride of place in the West Midlands town centre very much is.
A woman who was shot dead in Hackney, east London, on Tuesday has been named as Lianne Gordon. The Metropolitan Police said the force is considering the possibility the shooting was "gang-linked". Jackie Finnigan, who has known Mrs Gordon for 15 years, said she was "completely heartbroken" when she found out her "best friend" had been shot.
These drone pictures show the aftermath of a flooded residential park that saw dozens of elderly residents forced to flee their homes. Emergency services were called to Primrose Hill Residential Park in Charlton Adam, Somerset, last night (Mon) to reports of severe flooding. There were concerns for the welfare of around 100 residents with many of the caravans on site flooded and others had lost electricity and water supplies. All the residents were checked over and many had to be extricated to dry land alongside their pets for further care and assistance. Aerial images taken this morning (Tues) after the rescues show water still engulfing around 30 caravans on the site. Among the large number of search teams to be deployed to help in the rescue was Wiltshire Search and Rescue. It's understood that water rescue specialists were initially alerted to the incident at around 9pm, with the peak of the flooding in the early hours of the morning overnight before levels began to drop. A spokesperson said: "On arrival, we were briefed about an emerging issue at a caravan park, with flood water up to 5’ deep in places, and the welfare of around 100 residents was unknown. Some of the caravans were flooded, and others had lost electricity or water supplies. "The five teams deployed and worked alongside the fire service to locate, assess, and where required extricate the mainly elderly residents and pets in boats. "Once back on dry land they were checked over by paramedics at a casualty collection point and then taken to a place of safety. "We train to the same flood rescue standards as all the emergency services in the UK. The importance of this was massively apparent last night; despite having never previously met the vast majority of those involved before, we were able to work together seamlessly, confidently and efficiently." Involved in the rescue was two flood teams who were rapidly formed consisting of Lowland Rescue volunteers from Wiltshire, Dorset and Hampshire, who were initially sent to a holding area at Yeovil police station. There they joined up with Mountain Rescue colleagues from Exmoor Search & Rescue who had also been tasked. Witnesses said the flood peaked overnight at waist height for residents and with the only way out blocked there was no option other than to use the boats. Footage this morning showed much of the site still underwater with an estimated 30 caravans impacted. A woman, who turned up to try to help her elderly relatives living on the site, said that police stopped her from accessing the area. "When I turned up last night my mum and dad were so distressed, really scared. "But the police had closed the road and it was too dangerous to get closer. "They said they had the situation under control. "We came back at 8am and spoke to some workers, they said everyone was accounted for and helped us get access to check in with them and they were okay thank God." One observer said: "You can see how bad it was just from the pictures this morning. It must have been a worrying time for everyone involved."