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Gift Guide: The Jet-Setter

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  • It's expensive out there, with inflation and other cost of living increases taking a bite out of your budget.

  • We’ve got you covered with 10, budget-friendly gift ideas for the jetsetter in your life.

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For the one who’s on a different corner of the world every week (we all know them), we’ve got some stocking fillers to elevate even the longest trip. Whether it’s cozy accessories for the plane, or clever packing solutions for their suitcase, there’s a first-class gift for all of them here. We got you.

1. Pouch set

We’ve all been there –you’re standing at the check-in desk rooting in your giant carry-on for your passport, holding up a long line. Well this clever pouch set for $50 from Indigo is the antidote to that, and pretty much anyone who’s been to an airport, ever,  will thank you for them. Also, did we mention how cute they are? Made even cuter by the 5% cash back you’ll get using your KOHO card.

2. Natural hair oil

If you haven’t heard someone raving about Toronto brand Amazing Hair Saviour, you must be living under a rock (or maybe at a retreat in Bali – don’t worry, self-gifting is the best gifting). Their Natural Hair Oil is the perfect formula to get those well traveled locks back to their former glory for $39.

3. Buildable magnetic travel capsules

We have a special place in our heart for clever packing and any well-seasoned traveler will too. These Cadence buildable, magnetic travel capsules not only look cool, but are super handy for storing all your bits and pieces, like pills and lotions, while you’re on the move. And they start from just $14.

4. Air tags

Peace of mind really is the perfect gift for any jet-setter, and their greatest peace will come from knowing where their luggage is upon landing. Gifting an Apple AirTag will never go unappreciated, and for $39 you’ll know that souvenir you asked for will be safe on the way back.

5. Travel wallet

Yep, you guessed it, more storage solutions. We can’t help it. This Love & Lore Travel Wallet for $39.99 from Indigo (Remember, 5% cash back!) is one of the cutest we’ve seen and it has sections and pockets for days.

6. Airbnb gift cards

For the more fussy frequent-flyer, you can always get a gift card, and one they’ll actually use at that. Airbnb’s gift cards never expire, can be a custom amount, and you can add your own personal message too.

7. Megamushroom hydra-mist


For keeping fresh on the flight, or during a long bus journey, there’s nothing your adventurer will thank you more for than a cooling, calming facial mist, and this Origins Mega Mushroom Hydra-Mist for $35 from Well.ca is the perfect 100ml bottle to bring on board. Plus, a little 4% extra cash back with your KOHO card for you sweetens the deal.

8. Waterproof phone case

If you’re looking for a cheap and cheerful stocking filler, or a Secret Santa gift, look no further than this waterproof phone case from Amazon at $11.69 for all their mermaid Insta moments.

9. Faux Shearling Slippers


Comfort is key on a long haul flight so treat their feet to something extra cozy with these Faux Shearling Slippers for $39.74 from Indigo – giving home comfort realness, no matter what row they're in.

10. Oak and Fort bucket hat

Winter blues? Never heard of them. Remind them that the sun is just a short flight away with one of these stylish Oak and Fort bucket hats for $29. It’s a staple every season.

Wishing you all a happy holiday season <3

The KOHO team

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