37 Awesome Graduation Gifts That Cost Under $100

2. Event tickets

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Few grads can afford to splurge on tickets for theater, sports or symphony performances, making them an especially welcome gift. The cost of sports-event tickets, for example, will vary a good deal from town to town but $50 buys a pair of game tickets in most places. If tickets for a first-tier concert would set you back too much, consider tickets for performances at a nearby college, university or community orchestra or theater.

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