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Best Mother's Day gifts in 2022

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Mother's Day is right around the corner. Don't drop the ball on picking out a gift. Getty Images

Show the mother of your children, your own mom or any other important mother in your life some appreciation this Mother's Day with a thoughtful gift. Consider something to pamper her, something new for her to wear and more and gift her an Amazon gift card.

For the mom who has everything: Amazon Mother's Day gift card, $20 and up

Pick up one of the best Mother's Day gifts in 2022 below in time for May 8. She'll appreciate one or more of these gifts for a variety of budgets.

Amazon Mother's Day gift card

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Let mom get exactly what she wants for Mother's Day with a Mother's Day gift card to Amazon. You choose the denomination of the gift card (up to $2,000). It comes in a decorative floral box that says "Happy Mother's Day."

Amazon Mother's Day gift card, $20 and up

Apple Watch Series 7 (41 mm): $329

The Apple Watch Series 7 in new colors midnight, starlight, green, a new blue and (PRODUCT)RED. Apple

The Apple Watch Series 7 is a gift that is sure to impress mom. It comes in new case finishes: midnight, starlight, green, a new blue and Product Red.

The base 41 mm model (352 x 430 pixels), which connects to the internet via your iPhone, sells for $329 on Amazon and Walmart -- the best price we've ever seen. You can upgrade to a model that features cellular service for as low as $430 today. Additional monthly fees from your wireless provider may apply.

(Note: Some colors are available at different prices.)

Apple Watch Series 7 GPS (41 mm), $330 (reduced from $399)

Apple Watch Series 7 GPS + cellular (41 mm), $430 (reduced from $499)

Apple AirPods Pro: $174

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Mom will surely appreciate receiving the Apple AirPods Pro. They feature active noise cancelation technology, water resistance and health tracking in a more compact, better fitting design. They're also lauded for their great sound quality. But all that comes at a steep price -- specifically $250, which is why this deal on Amazon is a big one.

Now at $174, the Apple AirPods Pro are at a major discount on Amazon.

Apple AirPods Pro, $174 (reduced from $249)

Café Bellissimo semi-automatic espresso machine

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Is mom a serious coffee fanatic? This powerhouse espresso machine from Café offers the option to customize flavor with 15 grind settings from coarse to fine. It also features a built-in, 180-degree rotatable steam wand. A huge extra perk? It looks gorgeous sitting in your kitchen with its sophisticated and sleek looks. It's available in white, matte black and stainless steel, all with copper accents.

Café Bellissimo semi-automatic espresso machine, $579 (reduced from $679)

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