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30 gift ideas for men at every price point

A tie again? This year, give him something that will let him indulge in his favorite pastimes (or get better in what he likes doing).

We love our dads, granddads, partners (and friends) — whether it’s the guy who kept your secret when he spotted you rolling in past curfew as a teenager, the one sharing diaper duty or the one helping you pack school lunches now.

For this holiday season, we've rounded up creative options based on personality type at every price point so that you can gift the special man in your life something that adequately shows just how much you care.

Whether he loves cooking for the family, cheering on his favorite sports team or hitting the gym (and then enjoying a cold one), these gift picks will spare him from having to hang the hundredth tie in his closet and get him something that will elevate his lifestyle (and maybe his style).

See the full article by Brianna Steinhilber on NBC Better's website here.

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October 22, 2023

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