It's Dec. 23, two days until Christmas, which means you're basically out of time to get something shipped. Amazon's free two-day shipping window is closed, and the one-day window is either closing or (if you're reading this late) already kaput.
Happily there's still time to give a gift that doesn't require shipping. Check out our full list of ideas in the gallery below.
Quick fix: Why not support your friendly neighborhood small business? Bet you can find some great last-minute gifts there.
Of course, as the clock clicks closer to Dec. 25, your retail options grow smaller. Thankfully, as long as there's ink in the printer (and, um, internet in the computer), you can score something great -- even with just minutes left before gift-exchange time. Note that CNET may receive commission from the sale of products featured on this page.
Here, then, is my list of the best last-minute gifts you can print at home or email from anywhere.
The gift of reading
Why stop at a single book or magazine subscription when you can gift someone a virtually unlimited supply?
Scribd, for example, costs $8.99 per month, a price that includes unlimited access to Scribd's library of e-books, audiobooks, sheet music, magazine and news articles and more. You can give a three-month gift subscription for $25, six months for $50 or a year for $100.
The gift of listening
If you know someone who still consumes music old-school -- LPs, CDs and so forth -- it's time to introduce them to the joys of unlimited on-demand listening.
In other words, give them the gift of Amazon Music Unlimited, Apple Music, Google Play Music, Spotify or another subscription service. And what a gift that is: All the music of the world (more or less) at their fingertips, with options for offline listening, playlist sharing and more.
Not sure which one to choose? Check out Spotify (which, if you're curious, would be my pick)? Here's .. Know for sure you want to give
The gift of watching
I've been a Netflix subscriber for as long as I can remember, so I'm always shocked to find that some folks don't have the service. How else, then, can they watch Black Mirror, BoJack Horseman, Glow, Godless, Maniac, , The Crown and countless other TV gems that can be found only there?
Yeah -- you need to help these people out. Here's, including the all-important e-gift option.
Hulu proper doesn't offer an actual gift card, however, so if you want to go that route, you can head to PayPal for a Hulu e-gift card.
The gift of Prime
At the risk of sounding like an Amazon shill, I can think of few better internet-based gifts than a subscription to Amazon Prime. I mean, talk about the gift that keeps on giving. For an entire year, the recipient gets to experience the joy that is free two-day shipping on most of what Amazon sells.
But that's just for starters. They also get a, including things like streaming movies and TV shows, and freely accessible libraries of music and ebooks. That's a lot of stuff for your $129. (Too steep? There's also a three-month option priced at $39.)
The gift of gift cards
Sure, you can run into your nearest any-retail-store-on-the-planet to grab a gift card, but that works only if you're about to see your recipient in person. If you need a gift card delivered, head to eGifter, which offers a huge selection of "cards" that arrive instantly via email. You can even include an online greeting card, invite others to chip in and add a photo or video for a more personalized touch.
The gift that comes every month
Don't forget the subscription-box option! Cratejoy's Geek & Gaming section can help you pick the perfect monthly delivery for your favorite tech-minded friend or family member and has boxes for lots of other categories as well.
Obviously the first box won't arrive in time, but you can print a here's-what's-coming certificate and give them something to look forward to.
And there you have it! Six awesome gift options that you can print and wrap (or email) in seconds. If you know of any other great last-minute gifts, share 'em in the comments. In the meantime, happy holidays to you and yours from me and mine.
Originally published on Dec. 23, 2015.
Update, Dec. 23, 2018: Added new information.
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