What gift should I get my nephew who is turning 18? He's into video games.
What gift should I get my nephew who is turning 18? I'm afraid I don't know what type of video game or game console to get him, there's just too much to pick from.
If he is a gamer, how about a gift certificate to Game Stop or some other gaming store in his area.
I think a gift card would be best, but if you are looking to be a little more personal a subscription to World of Warcraft would be good if he doesn't have one. Also depending on what kind of console he is playing on you could look on Amazon and see what the top rated games are for that system and get him one of those.
Teens are tough to buy for. Cash is great! Or ask his parents before you spend your money on a Gift Card that he might not be able to use......gift cards are not redeemable for cash. Thanks for he Question.
I always given my nephew cash - and they love it! And you can put in a nice birthday card.
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