Where can you get stocking stuffers that will wow your kids and not break the bank? Each of these five retailers is a top spot for stocking stuffers that will please everyone in your family. You can choose from gaming systems, mystical gifts, top reads for your bookworms and so much more.
12272 St. Charles Rock Road
Bridgeton, MO 63044
Arch City Gaming Company carries new and used games, consoles, accessories, DVDs and Blu-Ray titles at prices you can afford. Arch City Gaming is not limited to the latest craze; the store carries games for all gaming systems. Find all versions of Nintendo, Sega, Playstation and Xbox, also Atari, Colecovision and Intellivision. Take advantage of garage sale finds and purchase vintage games. You can fill the stockings with new and retro games that will make their eyes light up.
19 Patterson Plaza
Nagle’s in Florissant, MO is a stocking stuffer’s paradise. Wander down the aisles and you will find something for everyone on your list. Nagle’s carries Yankee candles, Sinful nail polish, Puzzle frames, military plaques and kitchen towels that will make you laugh out loud. The assortments of kids’ toys are amazing and nostalgic, including Golden books, doll clothes and Diecast cars and trucks. Nagle’s carries St. Louis Cardinals shirts and sundries, several lines of quality jewelry and a complete line of penny candies.Related: Top Spots For Last Minute Gifts In St. Louis
304 S. Main St.
St. Charles, MO 63301
Celebrate the whimsy and magic of the holiday season with stocking stuffers from The Enchanted Attic. The store carries glass fairies and angels, incense, essential oils and crystals. Browsing through this enchanting collection of small sundries, you will find wind chimes, silver jewelry, pendants, candles and unusual items to delight your family.
5025 Pattison Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110
Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate Company carries an awesome assortment of candy creations, including molasses puffs and heavenly hash, created by St. Louis’ premier candy company Mavrakos. Few people know that the original leather-bound Mavrakos recipe book, with candy recipes dating back to 1913, was given to Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate Company owner Dan Abel when the famous candy company closed.Related: Top Spots To Create Your Own Holiday Gifts In The St. Louis Area
399 N. Euclid Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63108
Remember the readers on your list. Left Bank Books has operated in St. Louis since 1969 as one of the largest independent sources of new and used books. Left Bank carries a complete line of traditional, contemporary and independent authors, so you are sure to find the perfect read. For kids, click here, or check out Left Bank’s recommended reading list.
Pennee Struckman is an accounting professional in St Louis, MO. She currently writes for Examiner.com on topics related to parenting teenagers and living well on a budget in St. Louis. She is also a professional financial management writer with articles and white papers published by a well-known information firm. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.