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The smart guide to Xmas shopping for people that leave everything until the very last minute

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Left your Christmas shopping until the last minute again? Of course you did. Lucky GiftFlick have the solution. With over 250 unique products and experiences ready to be gifted, just digitally wrap your gift (no awkward corners and sticky tape for you) and flick it to the lucky recipient via SMS or email instantly. You can do all your shopping in under ten minutes without leaving your bed, and that means more time to binge watch TV shows and not get out of your pjs.

To make things even easier we’ve chosen some of the best bits for all the special people in your life.

Your Mum: She’s probably spent a lot of time picking up your dirty socks and passing on sage advice so it’s time you give back. The I’ll Do The Washing For A Week (Priceless) voucher is a pretty easy place to start. While Mum’s got her feet up why not treat her to Bare Bros Co Coffee Scrub ($15.99). It’s the perfect gift for any coffee lover and comes in chocolate or orange & grapefruit flavour – and the best part, ten percent of all sales go to charity.

Your Dad: First Press Double Shot Coffee ($89) is literal liquid crack, this cold drip coffee has a double shot in each bottle and comes in a pack of 24 so you’ve got Dad sorted for a while. Finish off the gift with One Small Favour (Priceless). It’s pretty handy to have up your sleeve, even the fussiest person will appreciate receiving a gift as versatile as this one.

Your Partner: A Three Month Sock Subscription ($36) really is the gift that keeps on giving. Your lucky sock subscriber gets random, colourful socks delivered to their house each month, who wouldn’t be happy with that? If you need a good date idea, why not go with the 100 Movies to Watch Before You Die Poster ($49.95). What better way to keep your partner couch-bound until they understand any movie reference you throw at them?Maybe you’re a control freak or maybe you hate making decisions but a You Can Pick Where We Eat Tonight (Priceless) voucher really is priceless.

Your Brother: If there’s one thing you can always rely on, it’s a cup of instant noodles getting you through a long night of studying – a Box of Mi Goreng (40 pack) ($50) will ensure your brother owes you big time. Maybe they’re just graduating? Quit their job? Need some bucket list inspo? Well the 100 Things You Must Do Before You Die Poster ($49.95) is the gift of a life well-lived.

Your Sister: What comes after Christmas? Festivals. And plenty of them. Get your sister ready with the Festival Survival Kit ($44.95). It includes a rain-proof poncho, tooth brush, toothpaste, ear plugs and a multi tool so she’s ready for any situation. If she’s more of a sweet tooth, the Giant Tub of Nutella ($49) will do the trick. Three kgs is a lot of Nutella, so she’ll probably need a hand.

Your Furry Friend: Because they’re really the most deserving of all gifts. Cats like climbing in things, cardboard boxes usually, but the Cat Playhouse – Tank ($39.95) is a surefire way to keep your kitty looking cute, while keeping you laughing all day. If you’re feeling extra fancy, the Matching Cap & Collar (SOHO Collection) ($69.95) is a gift for you andyour pet – you’re sure to be the best dressed when out for walks.

Someone you don’t really like but have to buy for: We all have to do it – but we’ve got you sorted. Your Tea Hair of the Dog ($50) is the perfect hangover survival kit. This little pack of magic includes Hangover Tea to treat the nasty symptoms and Antioxidant Tea to clean your liver – what’s more perfect for this time of year? Candles are a surefire winner, and the Large Coconut Lime Candle ($35) will take them to a far-off tropical island – hopefully so far-off you don’t have to hear anymore stories.

Head on over to www.giftflick.com.au to view their whole range. What are you waiting for? Christmas?