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Christmas gift ideas for someone who has everything

Here's a guide to shopping for that person that seems to have just about everything. Scroll through to see a list of top gift ideas.

We all know someone that really does seem to have everything. So when Christmas comes round, they are certainly the hardest person to buy for.

Since you're probably stuck for ideas, we got our expert shopping team together to create a hand-picked list of the best cool, quirky and unique Christmas gifts. You're sure to find just the thing for the person in you life that has everything already.

Top Christmas gifts for the person who has everything

Typo Monopoly
Cotton On
Cotton On Women Bo Serving Platter
Cotton On
Cotton On Women Draper Cocktail Shaker
Cotton On
Mayde Newport Towel
Moschino Swim Towel
Top Handle Bag
Mon Purse
coworker gift, hashtag travel mug, personalised, ...
Custom Pet Portrait
Wood Desk Accessories, Home Office Storage, Desk ...
Hogwarts Astronomy Tower 3D puzzle
Give a UNICEF Inspired Gift
Jet Set Kit
David Jones
Personalised Double Handle Cosmetic Case
Cotton On
Custom BBQ Branding Iron
Latest Buy
Absolut Vodka Mini Flavour Mix 50mL
Dan Murphy's
Glenfarclas 15YO 700mL + 21YO & 25YO 50mL Scotch ...
Dan Murphy's
Grow Me Money Does Grow On Trees
The Hut
Sweet Rosalina - Gift Hamper
Macarthur Baskets
Bar Station Platinum Hip Flask Gift Set
Dan Murphy's
Chilly Feet Penguin Drink Coolers - Pack of 18
The Hut
Movie Tickets
Moët & Chandon Nectar Imperial
Dan Murphy's
Cheers Hamper
Bockers & Pony
Hello Fresh Food Box
Colour Pop
Flowers for Everyone
Adrenalin Gift Voucher
Cubebot Small | Wooden Robot Puzzle
Yellow Octopus
iVenture Card: Sydney
Round the World
STA Travel
360fly 4K Camera

Top six retailers for gifts

Still not right? Well, your friend does have EVERYTHING. To help you on your Christmas quest, here are six of the best retailers about for gifts for that darn person in your life who has it all.

Yellow Octopus
Yellow Octopus
Dan Murphy's
Dan Murphy's
Bockers & Pony
Bockers & Pony
Marks & Spencer
Marks and Spencer

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What do you buy the person who has everything for Christmas?

Don’t panic. There are plenty of Christmas gift ideas for someone who has everything. There are just a few key things to remember when choosing a gift

  • Don't buy them something they want or need. They'll probably already own it.
  • Think outside the box. What is something that they would never buy themselves?
  • Pick something quirky. Things like movie or book memorabilia or sports merchandise. Obscure books, weird boardgames or gag and novelty gifts work too.
  • If all else fails, choose something that is meaningful or handmade. A photo collage of pictures of you together or maybe matching printed t-shirts are things they're unlikely to already own and will make special and sentimental gifts.

Stephanie Yip

Stephanie is the travel editor at On top of being an avid traveller, she's an all-round bargain hunter. If there's a deal on hotels or a sale on flights, she'll know about it. And she'll let you know about it, too. Though probably not before she buys her own ticket.

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