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Written by Kristin on March 5, 2015

mothersdayWe all want to make our mums feel spoilt and special on Mother’s Day, but it can be hard to do on a tight budget. And while your mother would love a fancy piece of jewellery or a lavish holiday, you can still treat her to something great without going into credit card debt!

We’ve got ideas for all ages and interests, from the mummy-to-be to grandmother, all under £100. And as usual, we’ve got plenty of money-saving codes so you can grab a gorgeous gift for less!

If you’ve got £30:

If mum needs a safe place to keep her jewellery, this gorgeous butterfly engraved trinket box from Find Me a Gift is only £22.99 and can be personalised with up to 3 lines. Use our 10% off code if you spend over £30.

Use one of our many codes for I Want One of Those to save big on your mother’s day gift – and choose from a huge range of products that are well within budget. They’ve also got selected gifts 3 for £20, so you can grab mum several gifts, or split them up between people. I’m loving this colour-changing heart-shaped candle (£6.99), desktop herb garden (£14.99) and Baylis and Harding 2-piece French lavender and cassis gift set (£6.99).

Who doesn’t love sweets? At Thorntons, save 20% on Mother’s Day gifts with our code. Try the World’s Best Mum Chocolate Gift Collection, now 30% off. It’s got fudge, truffles with an I love Mum message, a continental collection and more, all for just 20 quid. Perfect if you know someone who’s expecting a little one and craving some choccies!

If you’ve got £50:

At The Present Finder, they’ve got a huge range of gifts in their Mother’s Day category. I’m loving the personalised champagne (£49.99) for a really fun gift that mum will remember. Use one of our codes for a free gift if you spend £40!

At Oka, get free delivery on all gifts in the Mother’s Day category with our code. Their range of silk flowers is full of gorgeous blooms that won’t die in a week’s time, and she’ll think of you every time she sees them on the table! My pick: the faux large flowered ranunculus posy (£42).

Pia Jewellery have got some lovely pieces for mum, and many are under £50. My pick: the Innocence of Amethyst duo (£40), with a sterling silver and amethyst trillion pendant and matching pair of earrings. Use one of our codes and save 10% off or get a free brooch with your purchase!

If you’ve got £100:

Fancy a short break for Mother’s Day weekend? Macdonald Hotels are offering Mother’s Day getaways from £99, so you can treat Mum to a lovely stay for less. I’m loving the Macdonald Kilhey Court, with a relaxing location in the Lancashire countryside. You’ll also get a £10 credit to spend during your stay when you book with them online. Can’t afford to stay overnight? Book a Mother’s Day tea or lunch at one of their properties from £14 per person.

Finally, give your mum a truly one-of-a-kind piece of jewellery from Not on the High Street: a bangle with her little one’s fingerprint on the charm! You’ll get a kit to capture the fingerprint and send it back, then a customised bangle bracelet from Button and Bean (£135) will be created just for her.

What are you buying for mum this year? Share with us on Twitter at @twit_codes or in the comments section here. Happy Mother’s Day! 

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