Christmas stockingsFilling stockings with small, personal items is one of the most gratifying and pleasurable endeavors of the season. Here are some of WalletPop's favorite stocking stuffers:

MovieTickets
BulkTix; $7.49-$9.49
Buy discounted movie tickets in versatile four-packs. You'll find them online - for up to 40% off - at BulkTix.com. Passes are available for AMC, Cinemark, Landmark, Pacific, and Regal theaters. And they never expire. A win-win for you, and the recipient.Company Stock
OneShare.com; $39 Plus Cost of Stock

How about a share of Hershey's for the chocoholic? One share of Starbucks for the latte lover? The gift of stock ownership - and an introduction to the wild world of stocks - starts with a stock certificate from OneShare.com. With more than 150 public companies to choose from, there's something for everyone.

2011 Entertainment Book
Entertainment.com; $19.99

In your local Entertainment Book, which you can preview online prior to buying. BTW, you'll find thousands of coupons on everything from restaurants to car rentals to groceries to travel. A must-have for anyone who likes to save.

Personalized Stamps
Photo.stamps.com; $18.99/sheet

Have a good picture of a family memory? A photogenic pet? Put it on a stamp! Just download your picture, then choose your borders (parties, pets, babies or even your favorite NFL team), and border colors. Makes for a fun stocking stuffer. And yes, the stamps are legitimate U.S. postage.

Charitable Donation
JustGive.org; $10 Minimum

The GiveNow card -- a charity gift card -- is the perfect stocking stuffer for anyone who'd rather give than get. Just choose the card design you want, the gift card amount, and add your personal message. You can either email the card, print it from your computer or have it mailed to the recipient, who can then use it to donate to any of more than 1.8 million charities.

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