QVC launches dividable gift sets

2022-12-29 09:30:52 By : Ms. Sara Ye

Nail the grandkids' stocking stuffers with one swipe of your credit card! Scoop up teacher gifts in one fell swoop! Knock out the nabes in a single bound! Yes, we've culled a list of fab giftables that are all totally splitable. QVC has kindly launched an entire section devoted to “dividable gifts” to make your holiday gifting easier, more equitable and way more affordable. Brilliant!

Below we've narrowed down the offerings to seven top-rated gift sets, featuring items your friends and fam will want — from stainless steel straw packs at just $3 a pop to mini knife sharpeners at $10 a pop. Plus, all of these items will arrive before Christmas, so you won't find yourself frantically searching for a last-minute replacement present.

If you're a first-time QVC shopper, you can score free shipping with code FREESHIP. The site even lets you opt for five interest-free payments, thanks to its Easy Pay program.

Now go knock out that list!

Sip, sip hooray! Enjoy holiday cocktails or your everyday iced coffee with these stainless steel, reusable straws. When you buy this product, you get three individual packs of four different drinking straws. Some are straight and some have a slight bend for the perfect drinking angle. There's a wide straw in each pack that's perfect for sipping super thick smoothies and boba tea, too. All come in a unique rainbow finish which appears iridescent from all angles. When you're done using your straw, clean it with the included brush.

Here's the best part. This three-pack is usually priced at $21.70, but it's currently on sale for just $8.90, meaning you can stuff three different stockings for just under $3 a pop. You cannot beat that deal!

This reviewer loved that it was an environmentally friendly gift: "Very pleased with price and quality. The tiny brush included for washing is a big plus. Received set of three and will use two as gifts. Really do like these straws and the positive environmental impact."

Consider this the gift that keeps on giving. These sweater mugs are actually candles. Once you finish burning your winter wax, wash the mug and enjoy hot beverages in it for years to come. This three-pack of mug candles features a green, red and white candle. Each mug has a unique, textured finish reminiscent of your favorite cable-knit. No ugly sweaters here. These delightful candles are sure to satisfy any recipient on the list.

Originally priced at $48, this three-pack is on sale for just $23.56. By the time you split each mug up in their included gift box, you'll be able to cross three people off your list for just under $8 a pop. Not a bad deal! The scents included in this purchase are Buttered Rum, Mulled Wine and Coffee Shop.

There's more than meets the eye with these handy gifts. Each of these keychain flashlights works to illuminate just about any space when you're on the go. Keep them in your car or purse for easy access. You'll be happy you have them because these powerful little devices also act as portable power banks, which means you can charge your phone and any other compatible device with it. Talk about practical!

You'll get four individual flashlights/power banks with this purchase. Originally priced at $22.50, this quartet is on sale for $17.99. That means you'll have four little stocking stuffers at $4.50 each. Available in jewel tones or metallics, depending on who you're shopping for. Each comes with its own gift box, so it's ready to go Christmas morning.

Here's another winner sure to make any recipient a happy camper. Most lighters are easily lost and frequently replaced. They're small, hard to use and they all eventually run out of lighter fluid. Not so with these rechargeable numbers. There is no fluid or gas required with these sleek, long-handled lighters that make lighting everything from candles to campfires easy as can be. Slide the button forward to generate a flame and set up to 450 different items aflame before you need to plug it in to charge again.

This three-pack of beautiful, metallic colored lighters is just $41.98 which means each costs just $14. It makes a great gift, especially if you have time to pair it with a holiday candle! Each lighter comes in its own gift box, ready to hand out.

This reviewer loved how easy they were to use: "Anyone who lights candles a lot knows how difficult it is to light them when the wick is low. This makes it so easy and keeps me from burning my fingernails and fingers. Lighting the fire pit, grill, birthday candles and so much more it so easy now. I recommend this to everyone!!!"

Got a few home chefs on your list this year? Look no further. This three-pack of mini knife sharpeners is sure to delight anyone who knows the pain of dicing onions with a dull blade. Each sharpener can be secured to a kitchen surface via suction and offers three stages of sharpening. Stage one is a Tungsten rod for coarse re-edging. Stage two has diamond rods for diamond sharpening and State three has ceramic rods for fine sharpening and finishing. It also works for serrated blades (but keep your ceramic knives and scissors away from these).

The pack is on sale for just $29.98 which means each comes to about $10. Plus, they're packed and ready to go in their individual gift boxes. Now all you have to do is show up to the shindig with gifts in hand.

Sure, these mini flashlights will light up a darkened street or room for maximum security, but there is so much more to these handy little gifts. Each flashlight also works as an emergency hammer, work light, seat belt knife, and COB red emergency flasher light. Everyone on your list will feel safer and better prepared with one of these safely stowed in their purse or vehicle.

Each flashlight features a glow-in-the-dark on/off button, a hook, an easy-grip handle and a pop-up body. They're safe to use both indoors and outdoors. On sale for about $20, each will cost you just $5. Choose from three different color palettes: classic, fashion or matte metal.

This reviewer said they made a the perfect gift: "Great stocking stuffers. I was impressed with the amount of light it puts out. Worth the money."

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

We’ve got your holiday shopping list covered with fantastic gift ideas for everyone on your list. You’ll find expert picks on the best tech gifts on Engadget, the best gift ideas for car lovers at Autoblog, gifts for the young (and young at heart) at In the Know, and picks for just about everyone else on your list (moms, dads, teens, nurses, you name it!) in Yahoo’s holiday gift ideas section. On AOL, you'll find for gift ideas for seniors shopping for moms, dads, teens and toddlers.

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