When the holidays sneak up on you, there's barely enough time to prepare for get-togethers, let alone assemble gifts. If you’re tight on time—or just want to save on wrapping paper—take a look at 11 Christmas gifts you won’t need to wrap.

1. Playstation Plus: 12 Month Membership; $59

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Give the gift of annihilating productivity all year with this 12-month subscription to the PlayStation Plus online gaming portal. Alongside enjoying a rotating selection of titles, gamers can also enjoy multiplayer sessions and exclusive deals on games.

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2. Amazon Prime Membership; $119

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The benefits of Prime are considerable, so in reality this present is like many gifts in one. Some perks Prime members can enjoy are free two-day shipping, a vast library of streaming content, Kindle reads, free PC games via Twitch, and other special deals. You can send the membership right to your gift recipient’s inbox, so no paper required.

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3. Wine Cork States; $35

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Whether celebrating with a bottle for a special occasion or just enjoying a day like any other, wine lovers can now keep corks with sentimental value thanks to this wall-mountable board. It’s a bit too unwieldy to wrap, but slipping it into a gift bag will make sure it stays a surprise until it’s time to exchange presents.

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4. Infloatables; $17

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If you have a fan of plush toys on your list, Infloatables make for a simple gift, because each one comes pre-wrapped in a gift bag. Choose from a whale or an elephant, both of which come with a dry-erase patch to write a personalized message. Or you can pick between a llama and a penguin, which don't come with the patch but do have their own unique accessories, like a blanket for the llama and earmuffs and a scarf for the penguin.

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5. Pizza Socks; $26

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Let your gift recipient think you’ve ordered them a pizza by handing them this delivery box. When they open it, they'll be greeted by three pairs of pizza-themed socks with different “toppings,” such as pepperoni, capricciosa, Italian, Hawaiian, and vegetarian, as well as one pair that looks like the fluffy crust.

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6. Paper Bag Recycling Bin; $58

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In this case, the bag is the gift. Coming in white or black and made from 100 percent recycled plastic, this bag-shaped bin looks unobtrusive and gives users a place to put their recyclables.

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7. Quiet Courage Necklace; $52

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This sterling silver charm necklace can help wearers remind themselves to pursue a positive mindset. Handmade and coming in its own attractive gift box, this piece isn't only easy to give as a gift, but it also comes with a card that explains the meaning behind each stone.

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8. Fire Escape Shelf; $99

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Surprise your gift recipient by installing this decorative shelf that resembles a fire escape. The 25-inch-tall shelf can hold plants, candles, photos, or anything else you’d like to display.

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9. Bean Box Three-Month Coffee Subscription; $68

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Indulge the caffeine fiend in your life with this subscription box that remits a variety of fresh Seattle coffee to their doorstep each month. Recipients get four blends with each box, and you can choose from a variety of roasts including dark, decaf, espresso, and more.

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10. Personalized Record Doormat; $35

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Take the vinyl lover in your life for a spin with this customizable 23-inch doormat that resembles a record. Alongside the recipient's name, you can add the title of a real or fictional album on the label.

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11. Amazon Gift Card Reveal; $15 and Up

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Gift cards don’t always make a big splash during gift exchanges, but they’re often the best choice for people who prefer to do their own shopping. With this gift box reveal from Amazon, the card is presented when the recipient pulls on the top.

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