Practicality is key. My best friend is an INTJ and I listen to her complain about her presents, a lot. I usually let her pick out something while we're out, she doesn't need to be suprised. Practicality overrides it.
What is normal to one, is incomprehensible to another.
ALL anger in this world stems from a lack of control.
All of reality bows to the illusion of life and death.
My INTJ dad figure doesnt like gifts...for all the previously mentioned reasons. He buys whatever he wants himself. Instead he asks to spend time with family. He loves his grand kids very much and to watch his face when he sees them is very beautiful.
Some sort of homemade inside joke.
-its cheap enough to not be a waste of the earth's scarce resources
-understood to be "thoughtful" and therefore somewhat flattering
-not a borring giftcard
-they'll appreciate the laugh