Monetary Gift Etiquette For College Graduation
The Main Rule Is That Monetary Gift Etiquette For A College Graduation Is A Bit Higher Than A High School Graduation.
Monetary gift etiquette for college graduation is higher than high school graduation gift etiquette because graduating college is not something everybody does and it's a great accomplishment.
Monetary gift etiquette for graduation depends on your relationship with the graduate:
1.If you are friends with the graduates' parents than you should give $50-$100 bucks.
2.If you are friends with the graduate but not really a close one you can get him/her a gift card $25 worth, to his favorite store or to Wal-Mart – everybody needs those, and of course – a nice card. (This applies also if you are a distant family-a cousin, nephew/niece, et.)
If you are a good friend of him then you can give him/her $50 as money or a gift that you know he/she will love/need.
3.If the graduate is your sister/brother: you can give the graduate $50-$100. You can give it as cash or you can get a gift, something personal and thoughtful.
4. Are you the graduates' parent? Congratulations! Your son/daughter achieved a huge accomplishment.You must be very proud!
Many graduates expect their parents to give them a big present for their graduation. It can be anything, including the expensive stuff that they can't afford to buy for themselves.
This is it! this is everything you need to know about monetary gift etiquette for college graduation.
Just One More Thing Before You Go To Buy The Perfect Graduation Gift…
Sometimes people expect you to give gifts that you can't afford.
Our advice is: never buy a gift that you can afford! And if the graduate loves you he/she would understand. If your son is graduating and he/she really wants a laptop but you can't afford it – just get him/her something nice but less expensive and promise him/her that he/she will get the laptop the minute you can afford to buy it.
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