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If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably lost all track of time in quarantine. Unfortunately, that means important dates such as Mother’s Day (it’s Sunday, May 10, FYI) may have escaped your radar—and shipping deadlines are getting tight. Before you start to panic, however, rest assured that there are still plenty of great things you can get your favorite maternal figure in the nick of time.
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I’ve rounded up seven gifts that will not only make her smile, but save you money, thanks to these perfect Mother’s Day deals.
A classic gift to send your mama? Flowers! You can still order a bouquet, a gorgeous arrangement or a potted plant from 1-800-Flowers and schedule for next-day delivery (though we’d advise ordering now, as Mother’s Day is one of the busiest delivery days of the year). If you’re really in a pinch, you can also peruse the site’s same-day delivery section, which gives you a ton of beautiful options to send. Better yet, you’ll save 15% on one-of-a-kind bouquets designed by a local florist, no code needed. While small and medium options are already sold out, you can still pick from large, extra large, deluxe and premium bouquets. And, as an added bonus, 1-800-Flowers is currently offering contactless deliveries, so no signature is required upon arrival.
2. A MasterClass subscription
For a gift that will last a lifetime, give her the gift of learning with a subscription to MasterClass. The online learning platform offers more than 80 classes taught by celebrities and successful public figures, such as cooking with Gordon Ramsay or creativity and leadership with Anna Wintour. Right now, the site is offering a limited-time promotion of two annual subscriptions for $180, which is 50% off the regular cost of $360. That means both you (or anyone of your choosing) and mom will each get an all-access pass to all courses. After checking out, MasterClass will send your gift recipient an email with a link to redeem their annual membership.
3. Something personal
Looking to go the sentimental route? You can design personalized projects, such as prints, calendars, books and more at CVS. While not every item is eligible for super speedy delivery, the site’s order online, pick-up in-store section is filled with a ton of fun options to send mom, many of which will be ready the same day you place your order. You can also promo code SUPER50 to get 50% off photo items through Saturday, May 9, including calendars, prints and photo books.
4. An e-gift card to her favorite store
Some moms are just tough to shop for, and that’s totally OK: With an e-gift card, she’ll be able to to get whatever she likes, thanks to you. A ton of online retailers are currently offering e-gift cards: You can snag one from popular stores such as ULTA, where you’ll get a free $20 eReward card when you buy $100 worth of e-gift cards, and Anthropologie, which is offering a $15 credit for every $50 e-gift card you purchase, granting your hard-working mama the ability to treat herself. They’re fairly simple to use, too: After checking out, she’ll get an email with a redeemable code. That’s it!
5. A Scribd sub
This one goes out to the moms that love to read or listen to audiobooks. You can treat your mama to 30 days of a Scribd subscription free of charge, allowing for unlimited access to books, magazines, audiobooks and more. Following the 30-day free period, Scribd charges $9.99 a month. You can also gift a three-month subscription for $25, six months for $50 or a year for $100. With a wealth of material to choose from, she’ll be able to devour her fave novels from home or tune into an audiobook on-the-go, all from her device of choice.
6. A subscription box
Subscription boxes—otherwise known as the gift that keeps on giving—are another fun option to send your mom this Mother’s Day. If she’s a wine connoisseur, you can treat her to a Winc Wine Club Membership, which delivers hand-picked wine straight to her door. You can get 15% off a three-month long membership or 15% off your purchase of $150+ gift card by using promo code LOVEMOM at checkout. If she’s not much of a drinker, Sips By is a tea subscription box that’s tailored to one’s personal taste, and you can send a gift card for three ($45), six ($90) or 12 months ($180). If you’ve never used Sips By before, you’ll get a 10% off coupon code to save on mom’s gift when you enter your email. Alternately, Cratejoy, a one-stop shop for subscription boxes galore, has a plethora of different discounted boxes to try out, like this monthly encouragement box, which is 50% off when you use coupon code UPBOX50. Check out the site’s coupon page for exclusive deals on other subscription boxes.
When in doubt, send food. With the option to enter a preferred delivery date, you can easily send something from Harry & David, which has discounted options that range from a two-pack coffee sampler ($10 off its usual $29.99) to a six-pack of Moose Munch popcorn for $49.99 (down $20 from $69.99). Select items ship also overnight, like these Cinnabon Cinnamon Rolls, or within two-days, like delectable sundried tomato truffle mac & cheese.
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This article originally appeared on Reviewed.com: Last minute Mother’s Day gifts: Shop presents for mom that will arrive just in time