Making Your List, Checking It Twice
For me, it’s all about my in-laws. The generous grandparents who shower family with gifts around the holidays. The grandparents who gush over every handmade ornament or craft du jour from the kids, because they really don’t need another sweater, or another delicious-smelling hand lotion set. They have everything they want, but we still search for that meaningful gift to show them how much we appreciate and love them.
Or maybe it’s your younger brother who is exploring the world, and needs something that travels light. Or your child’s favorite teacher, who will certainly get her share of mugs and baked goodies.
This year, consider giving the gift of curiosity! CuriosityStream is now offering its first ever gift cards. Your special someone will have instant, unlimited access to over 1,000 non-fiction documentaries on science, technology, history, nature, pop culture and more.
The gift cards are available in both electronic and physical gift cards, starting at $29.99 for a 12-month subscription. Electronic gift cards are available instantly at CuriosityStream.com/gift and physical gift cards can be purchased at Amazon.com, search “CuriosityStream.”
More proof a gift card is a great idea: the National Retail Federation’s annual holiday survey reports that gift cards continue to be the number 1 requested item. 58.8% of shoppers this year said they wanted a handy, convenient gift card more than anything else, making it the most requested present 9 years in a row.
So for me, the gift of curiosity is the answer to one of my toughest holiday gift-giving challenges. But shhh.. don’t tell my father-in law. I don’t want to ruin the surprise!