The question is do you buy them something separately or something they can share? Too many times I have seen my grandparents open up the same old present year after a year.
For my Grandad it's the usual Shirt and Tie combination, a pair of slippers and aftershaves and for my Grandma its blouses, slippers and bath foams.
So what gifts are best when buying for Grandparents? Well there are a few different types of gifts that you can look into, and believe me research and time go a long, long way when it comes to choosing the right gift.
So if you are buying a gift for them to share try looking at wines and champagne gift sets, and by gift set I mean a champagne bottle nicely presented in a box or gift bag along with either 2 champagne glasses or some chocolates.
You could also buy photo frames, digital photo frames, gardening gifts such as solar lights, garden benches or you could even buy them a hamper and get it delivered to their doorstep.
However the option of buying separately is also available, and for this you can buy your Grandad a leather wash bag, a leather wallet, or a cufflink and watch box.
For your Grandma you could get her jewellery box, a bracelet (personalised if possible), a set of earrings or a watch.