Found 9th Dec 2014
Hi I'm looking for a hamper as a gift for a couple (both in their 30s) I don't want to spend anymore than £50. Any ideas or sites I could check out would be awesome thanks..

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Get the hamper then fill it with things you know they'd like .Get far more for your money

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rogparki

Get the hamper then fill it with things you know they'd like .Get far … Get the hamper then fill it with things you know they'd like .Get far more for your money

That was the original plan, but I just don't have the time so would prefer a pre-made hamper

NGC danger

That was the original plan, but I just don't have the time so would … That was the original plan, but I just don't have the time so would prefer a pre-made hamper

go to the supermarket
Find a cardboard box - shred a bit of paper - next time you go to the supermarket (or order on line ) just get stuff . Who wants posh chutney and brands you've never heard of . You'll get loads for £50 -with a hamper you'll be lucky to get £15 value for £50.

Bhs have hampers. Ok value if you get them when they are on the 1/2 sale, otherwise I'd give them a miss

the Thornton's one on HUKD now at £20 with code rather than original £50.

Costco had some really good ones ranging from £20 to £400i think it was!

John Lewis have hampers filled with jam, shortbread etc in store. Here's a link to their website, where there's a bigger range:

Dobbies garden centre had some lovely ones if there's one near you. There's all different types - your usual jam & biscuits or pate or chilli sauce themed ones.

That was the original plan, but I just don't have the time so would … That was the original plan, but I just don't have the time so would prefer a pre-made hamper



If you haven't ordered from one of the large Supermarkets online, you might get a discount code for £10 - £20 from a £60 shop i.e. Tesco's. Then pick a good quality Sparkling Wine / Champagne / and or Red Wine, Biscuits (usually Shortbread), Coffee & Tea, Jams & Conserves, Christmas Pudding, Cake and Log, etc. Depending on when you giving the Hamper it might be possible to include fresh fruit, otherwise tinned or dried is a possibility. Takes roughly an hour to compile and order from the list but it's definitely understandable that working people (that includes housewives and mothers!!!!) haven't got any spare time. Also if you do order online someone might be able to give you specific suggestions on brands.

Edited by: "nemesiz" 10th Dec 2014

Have at look at Carluccio'ss online shop

B&m had some nice basket type hampers with stuff in relatively cheaply, i took the random stuff out and put extra stuff in - glass each, choccies etc etc

Why not get Boots' £29 give away on Friday. That would certainly go down well with the female half, and if she's happy...8)

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Try the East India Company. I've bought my mum, dad and nan something from there!

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Hi all thanks for the reply's, Gonna check out Dobbies today as I have a spare few hours(luxury these days) If not I will try one of the supermarkets online and see if I can use a code or 2.
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