They'll never know you forgot, because the promise of these presents will arrive in their in-box by morning. 
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1. Bring old memories into the 21st century with Legacybox; it converts photo prints, negatives, videotapes, and more into digital files or DVDs. $45 for starter kit with code PARENTS;

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2. A gift subscription to Rocksbox lets your gal pal borrow three pieces of bling at a time and swap them out for something new anytime. $79 for 3-mos. membership;

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3. Whether she reads the gossip rags or, ahem, just became a mom, a premium subscription to Texture allows unlimited access to more than 160 magazines (including Parents!). $15/mo.;

MasterClass video courses
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4. Encourage a friend to learn a new skill through MasterClass video courses. Whether it's perfecting her swing with Serena Williams or harmonizing with Christina Aguilera, she can practice on her own time, like at 9 P.M. once the kids are in bed. $90/course;

Dollar Shave Club
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5. Make purchasing razor blades painless—or at least a whole lot smoother—by enrolling your man in the Dollar Shave Club, which lets him customize a delivery schedule that fits his shaving needs. $1 to $9/mo. depending on blade selection;

Tone It Up Nutrition Program
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6. If your bestie's been talking about getting fit in 2016, gift her a Tone It Up Nutrition Program, which unlocks access to a customizable meal plan and seasonal workout challenges. $150 membership;

Interagency Annual Pass
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7. Give your sister's family a year of access to more than 2,000 recreation areas, including national parks and wildlife refuges, with the Interagency Annual Pass. It covers standard amenity fees at many locations too. $80/yr.; 

Smartphone and MoviePass credit card
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8.Tired of hearing your dad complain that there's nothing to do during retirement? Keep him busy with a subscription to MoviePass, which will let him see up to a flick a day at participating theaters. $125/3 mos.;

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