There’s still time to find a present before Father’s Day on June 17th.
Check out our handy guide to the best Father’s Day gift ideas broken down by budget – making it easy to find the perfect gift.
You’ve got to hand it to your dad. He put up with all that crying when you were a baby. He taught you all kinds of things, showed you patience and kindness and always supported you, whatever you wanted to do. Now it’s time to say thank you with the perfect Father’s Day gift.
Gifts don’t have to be expensive to be great. We’re sure your Dad wouldn’t want you to break the bank just to get him a gift. There’s no need to worry if you’re on a bit of a budget this year.
Personalized and customized gift ideas
Make Father’s Day personal. Choose a custom photo book or a funny T-shirt for a gift that’s creative and perfect for your dad. You could also choose to have something engraved for your dad, like a flask or a pocket knife. Whatever you choose, we’re sure your dad will love the personal touch.
Personalized Leather Passport Cover and Luggage Tag
Personalized Flask - Real Wood
Personalized BBQ Tool Set including Canvas Tote with Font Selection
Funny, cute and serious cards to give your dad
From cute poems and serious sayings to silly slogans and the ultimate dad jokes, find a card that matches your dad’s personality. If you can’t track down the perfect card, you could also create your own. Stuck on what to write inside your card? Check out our ideas to cure your writer’s block.
Father's Day Cards from EtsyView details
Unique Father’s Day gifts
If you’re sick of the same old gifts, think outside the box. Maybe your dad would appreciate a unique experience gift that allows him to try something new. You could also get him a ring or pocket knife that features his birthstone for a one of a kind, personal present. Ultimately, it comes down to knowing your dad and his interests, but we have some suggestions to help you get started.
'Scratch the World' Travel map
Men's Birthstone Rings
Las Vegas Skydiving
Editors Picks: Unique Gifts for Him from EtsyView details
Unique Father’s Day experiences
We’re all about doing something a little bit different for Father’s Day. So if you think your dad is over socks, collared shirts and new wallets, check out these out of the box ideas we have to really make this Father’s Day stand out from the rest. Whether you choose a Cloud9 Living experience like letting your dad drive a race car or take a helicopter ride or you get him tickets to see his favorite team or band, experience gifts are always a hit. We’re sure your dad will never forget this.
How to choose a gift for Dad
All dads are not created equal. Yours is unique and you know him best, so don’t be nervous. We’re sure you’ll pick out a gift he’ll love. Remember to consider these factors when choosing your gift.
- Age. Of course, he’s older than you, but how much older is he? Don’t buy your hip young dad a gift more appropriate for a grandpa.
- Personality. If your dad loves to spend time outdoors, he’d obviously prefer a new fishing rod to a new book. But a couch loving dad who prefers to spend time inside might feel differently. Consider your dad’s unique personality when choosing his gift.
- Hobbies. Think about what your dad spends the most time doing, outside of work. Can you get him a gift that contributes to that? It’s always nice to receive a thoughtful gift.
Top three retailers for Father’s Day presents
If you haven’t shopped on Etsy yet, you’ll be shocked at just how huge its selection of homemade gifts are. You’ll find every kind of personalized and one of a kind present you can imagine. And if you don’t find exactly what you want, you can always place a custom order.
You can never be certain what you’ll find on Groupon, but it’s always interesting to look. Treat Dad to a night out at a fancy restaurant, a scuba diving class or some other interesting Groupon discovery for an unforgettable Father’s Day gift.
If you want a traditional dad gift like a barbecue or a power tool, Lowe’s is your best bet. It offers both high quality and competitive prices so you can get a gift dad loves.
Father’s Day deals and coupons
Save a few bucks on your present with these Father’s Day promo codes and deals. There’s no reason to spend more than you have to, after all. Buy Dad a beer or two with the cash you save.
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Father’s Day poems and quotes
Can’t find the right words to say to dad in that Father’s Day card of yours? Don’t worry. Here are some key phrases that’ll melt his heart. Feel free to take these ideas and make them your own for a unique and touching sentiment.
Poem: Father, I love you
Daddy, I love you for all that you do. I’ll kiss you and hug you ’cause you love me, too. You feed me and need me to teach you to play, so smile ’cause I love you on this Father’s Day.
Poem: Father’s Day
It’s Father’s Day and one thing rings true. You’re my best friend and a great Dad too. I love you, Happy Father’s Day
By: Tracey Priddle
He didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.
By: Clarence Budington Kelland
Any man can be a Father but it takes someone special to be a dad.
By: Anne Geddes
My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could give another person, he believed in me.
By: Jim Valvano
Dad, you’re someone to look up to no matter how tall I’ve grown.
Poem: Parent’s Murphy’s Law
- Parenting is a 24-hour-a-day job with no salary, no raises, no promotions and very few vacations.
- Parents are responsible for everything that happens to their children.
- Guilt and self-blame are occupational hazards.
- Parents don’t get worker’s compensation or any other fringe benefits.
- Parents can never retire — even when their kids ask them to.
- Parents “don’t get no respect” –until they die–and then it’s too late.
By: Bruce Lanksy
Whether you’re a dad or not, Happy Father’s Day. Don’t forget to celebrate with your old man this year. We suggest you get him an amazing gift, but even a phone call could mean the world to him, so no excuses.