Christmas Gift Guide Under £50 December 05 2017
First up, Christmas gifts under £50:
1. Casio watch - £40
Combine 90s nostalgia and practical gifting with a Casio watch from Urban Outfitters. Not only is it a blast from the past but it'll also come in very handy when preparing the timings for Christmas dinner...
2. Lucky Voice Gold Karaoke Kit - £50 (on sale)
Know somebody who deserves a treat this Christmas? Treat them to a catalogue of over 8,000+ songs on Lucky Voice Online Karaoke and their very own gold Karaoke Kit! You'll find a microphone, mixer, all the cables and a free month of singing included - just what you need for the Christmas season this year. Make the most of the final days of our Black Friday sale and grab this bargain at £50!
3. Mini drone with camera - £35 (on sale)
Know a budding photographer who wants to take their work to the next level? This mini drone comes with a camera that'll soar through the house (mind your heads) and capture photography from a distance. It's the perfect tool for beginners and its indoor use means you won't find it stuck in a tree at the local park either!
4. Lucky Voice Bar Voucher - £50
Fans of our Lucky Voice karaoke bars are going to *love* this. Treat yourself (or your friends and family) to a £50 voucher to spend at our Soho, Islington or Brighton venues. We have everything from an extensive selection of the best cocktails, a delicious range of pizzas or private karaoke rooms complete with props and a rotating disco ball! After all, it isn't a proper night out until you've been to Lucky Voice...
5. Whisky Tasting Set - £40
This is the perfect gift for whisky fans and what better time to treat them to their favourite tipple than the middle of winter? Enjoy 5 30ml samples of Scotch whisky produced from 5 different regions of the country and your very own Glencairn glass to further enhance the flavours!
We all know a friend that has a severe case of Bieber fever. Surprise them this Christmas with a life-size cardboard cut-out of the star himself! Though he may not be able to serenade you with a festive version of "Mistletoe" - what's stopping you (we mean, your friend) from singing it to him?