How much do you typically spend on a birthday gift for a child?

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Question by Allison's Mom: How much do you typically spend on a birthday gift for a child?
How much do you spend when getting a child a birthday gift. The age of the child would be around 5-6.

Best answer:

Answer by helpme
30 to 100 dollars. depends on how well you know them/ their parents.

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6 Responses to How much do you typically spend on a birthday gift for a child?

  1. Just me says:

    For me, it depends on whose child it is:

    Mine – $ 300 – $ 400 (including party for friends and large Italian family and required food and gifts)

    Relative – $ 40 to $ 50

    Friend from school – $ 20 to $ 25

  2. Love my baby boy! Account 2 :( says:

    No more than 20 bucks.

  3. lillilou says:

    15

  4. Kris H says:

    For my child I usually spend $ 100 including the cake and gift. For someone else’s child I spend about $ 20.

  5. Ray says:

    lots of love. Nah umm i would spend $ 10-25 maybe 30 if you wonted to. but hey you could always give them a paper note i mean kids love them, but if it is your child you should really be spending $ 100 all up.

  6. ?Happy mom of 3? says:

    Usually for our children we spend around $ 300.00 for birthdays. Including the party.

    EDIT: Sorry I though I read for your own child. On other ppl’s children we spend around $ 20 and for godchildren between $ 50-$ 100

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