45 gifts from Target for everyone on your list — plus free 2-day shipping on nearly everything

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Keurig K Mini Coffee Maker, $79.99

Going to a different store for every item on your holiday shopping list can be a huge headache, so it’s important to start with stores that have a wide selection of gifts.

Target is a one-stop-shop year-round, so it’s a super convenient destination during this time of year. On top of that, the retailer is offering free two-day shipping on almost everything. 

To help you shop, we rounded up 45 awesome gifts to buy at Target. With everything from bikes and toys to tech to smart home gadgets, and even kitchen appliances and beauty products, you’ll be sure to find something for everyone on your list, regardless of your budget.

Shop at Target now, or keep reading for our top picks.

Looking for more gift ideas? Check out all of Insider Picks‘ holiday gift guides for 2018 here.

SEE ALSO: All of Insider Picks‘ holiday gift guides, in one place

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An instant film camera

Fujifilm Instax Mini 9, $59.99 (originally $69.99) [You save $10]

The Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 is a modern take on an old-school way to capture life’s moments instantly. Instead of using Instagram, this pocket-sized film camera will print your photos on demand as a fun alternative.

 

An electronic ice cream maker

Cuisinart Electronic Ice Cream Maker, $119.99

Since ice cream makers aren’t a kitchen essential, there’s a good chance the foodie or chef on your shopping list doesn’t own one yet. The Cuisinart Electronic Ice Cream Maker can be used to make up to two quarts of frozen yogurt, ice cream, gelato, and sorbet in minutes.

A Super NES Classic Edition for throwback Nintendo gaming

Nintendo Super NES Classic Edition, $79.99

Loaded with 21 classic Super NES games, this console will bring a nostalgic feeling to Nintendo gamer from the ’80s and ’90s.

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