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Purim Gift Baskets

26 products
The Ultimate Purim Gift Tower
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$93.99
Purim in a Box
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$62.99
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$49.99
Festive Purim Gift Basket
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$139.00
Hamentashen Gift Tin
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Classic Sweet Basket
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$89.50
Classic Purim Gift Box
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Shabbat in a Bag!
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$63.95
Crate of Celebration -Purim Delights
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$95.00
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$82.50
Holiday Gift Basket
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$189.95
Sweet Tooth Gift Tray Large
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$46.99
Chocolate & Nuts Wood Tray
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$64.99
Deluxe Kosher Snacks Gift Basket
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$149.99
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$129.00
Deluxe Candy Gift Tray
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$56.99
Premium Chocolate Gift Tray - Purim Gift
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$76.99
Deluxe Dried Fruit & Nut Wood Tray
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$65.99
Purim Mailer - Ships FREE
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$29.99
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$27.99
Dried Fruit Willow Platter
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$69.99
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$63.99
Elegant Chocolate & Nut Tray
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$36.99
Babka Duo
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$29.95
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$23.99
Wooden Candy Tray
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$38.99
Gourmet Nuts Willow Platter
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$64.99
Rugelach Gift Tin
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$42.99
Basket of Love
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$99.99
Taste of Home Rugelach Gift Basket
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$55.99

What is Purim? 

Purim, also known as the "Feast of Lots", is a Jewish holiday marking the saving of the Jewish people from persecution of the Persian Empire. This even can be found in the Book of Esther, and begins in the city of Shushan with an evil Prime Minister named Haman. 

Haman convinces his king (King Achashverosh) that all Jewish people should be slain. This stems from a previous event with a Jew named Mordecai, who refused to bow down to Haman. However, unbeknownst to Ahasuerus, his wife Esther (Mordecai's niece) is a Jew. 

When Achashverosh discovers that his wife is Jewish, he reverses Haman's decree to slay the Jewish people. Instead, Haman and his sons are killed in the process. This event is celebrated today as Purim (meaning "lots" in Hebrew) by people of the Jewish faith to commemorate the triumph. 

Purim is Wednesday, March 16 - Thursday, March 17 2022

Order by March 8 for guaranteed on time delivery.

If you have any questions call us at (833) 443-8567 , info@giftkosher.com or chat with us online.

All items are certified 100% Kosher Pareve, All baked goods are Pat Yisroel & All dairy chocolates are Cholov Yisroel. 

Make a mark with our unique and beautiful Purim Gifts - Mishloach Manot. Send gourmet delights with joyful wishes that are sure to captivate the Holiday spirit.