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Way to Pick the Right Birthday Gift

# Know your budget

How much are you willing to spend for a birthday gift? My logic to this is, if the person is well off I tend to give gifts that can be memorable but not necessarily expensive, however if the person has less in life, I tend to splurge a bit more on the gift I will give him. It all depends to the person you will be giving the gift to. This comes easy when the person directly tells you what he wants for his birthday. Only kids can do this, and if they do, give in to what they want only if it is within your means.

# Know the preference of the person

Giving a birthday gift to someone is easier to do when you really know the person. Because by then, you would know his likes and dislikes. With this info, you can now look for the gift that you know he will like to have in the first place. If the person is someone not close to you, you could start asking around or try to investigate. If he is a co-worker, ask him questions beforehand about his hobbies, or does he collects stuff. This will give you a clue on what to give him.

# The age matters

You can choose the right birthday gift if you know the age of the recipient because it is easier to look for the ones appropriate for them. This holds true most especially for younger celebrants. Choose the gift that you know will be useful for them or they would enjoy using. Giving a necktie to a 5 year old is something out of the window. Birthday gifts are meant to make people closer. The giver and the recipient can seal the friendship even more with exchanges of these presents. If you are a giver, try to look for the birthday gifts that will have meaning and purpose to the person you will be giving it. Do not just give for the heck of it; give because you like to give.