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Valentine's Day is a chance to show our loved ones that we care ... and perhaps gift them a token or two of our affection.

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Whether your Valentine is a friend, family member, new date, or treasured spouse, check out 37 gifts under $50 that will make them smile.

We didn't include chocolate or flowers, because: duh.

And remember — a homemade, heartfelt card is usually just as appreciated.

The heart turns red as you fill the mugbed pillow covers, for another boost of affection with every cup of tea.

Price: $7

Bake and decorate cookies with your Valentine, then enjoy them with your cubicle-mates.

Price: $10

It might be made for rings, but there's no rule it can't hold earrings, cuff links, or keys.

Price: $10

Is it still snowing where you are?

Price: $12

Former FBI agent Joe Navarro explains how to read between other people's lines ... and your own.

Price: $14

It wouldn't be Valentine's Day without heart boxers. Try this fun pair to make your date's weekend a little more festive.

Price: $14

What else do you need to say?

Price: $14

Writer and actress Mindy Kaling's second collection of essays and memories is the perfect read for an afternoon on the couch or an evening on a plane.

Price: $15

Anyone can use a little pick-me-up during the work (or school) day.

Price: $16

If you binged your way through Aziz Ansari's original Netflix series "Master of None" this year, his grounded, fun insights into millennial dating and relationships are a natural next step.

Price: $17

Don't you have somewhere nice to go?

Price: $18

It's about time you got a decent photo of the two of you together.

Price: $20

If you're going to keep them out anyway, might as well use your favorite screens for "Game of Phones," a silly scavenger hunt any texter can enjoy.

Price: $20

It will never get lost in the office kitchen.

Price: $22

These quirky animal drink stirrers can add a little glitter to everything from your guests' cups to your declining desk plant.

Price: $22

Play sous chef as your date experiments with Fruity Cereal, Red Velvet, or Chocolate Molten flavors.

Price: $48

Website Bird and Stone puts 15% of the net profits from this bracelet ( and many others) toward microloans and financial training for widowed women entrepreneurs in Kenya. Your Valentine can look good and do good at the same time.

Price: $26

You get four in a set, so multiple Valentines are allowed.

Price: $28

Valentine's Day is on a holiday weekend this year. Come time to return to work, someone will probably need an extra nudge.

Price: $30

Hosting this Valentine's Day? (Or birthday or Easter or Fourth of July?) You'll find a use for this.

Price: $31

All you need is a smartphone ... and popcorn.

Price: $32

Or pack the airplane-friendly bottles in his bag for a surprise getaway.

Price: $35

It goes with anything.

Price: $36

Because men aren't the only ones who can enjoy a festive boxer for every holiday.

Price: $38

Pick foodie dice for a choose-your-own-adventure dinner, or cocktail dice for anything-goes drinks.

Price: $38

There are some benefits to February.

Price: $39

Add a little finish to their outfit with this gingham pocket square, available in blue, yellow, green, and, of course, red.

Price: $40

What's more romantic than an outdoor picnic together?

Price: $40

Make tomorrow fun, too.

Price: $40

The classics are classic for a reason.

Price: $40

Do we need to tell you it's supposed to include a picture of you two together?

Price: $40

Not everyone wants a gift in the shape of a heart.

Price: $40

Today, it's for Valentine's Day. Next weekend, it's for brunch.

Price: $40

Nothing is more romantic than victory.

Price: $45

If you aren't going to go big with the price tag, go big with the statement.

Price: $49

Haven't you been meaning to teach them backgammon?

Price: $49

Just in time for a weekend in the sun.

Price: $50

Renting an apartment or home is a cost-effective option for anyone who's making their first foray into the real estate world or moving somewhere new'no home remodeling costs! No cost of selling a house to worry about!'but living in a temporary space can cramp anyone's interior design game. Although you pay a monthly rent, someone else ultimately owns the space and is in full control of what you can and cannot do to their property. Chances are, you can't drill big holes into the walls, add a carpet to your bedroom, or replace your kitchen's awful backsplash.

Last updated on February 14, 2018