Posted on Jun 11, 2019

Best last-minute Father’s Day gifts

In case you have forgotten, Father’s Day is this Sunday. Yep, in just a couple of days! Don’t worry, no need to panic about finding the perfect present last minute as we have the best gift tips to suit every budget for you.

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Feed your dad this Father’s Day

If your Dad is a carnivore non plus ultra, there’s nothing simpler than nipping down to your local Morrisons for the perfect present for him. Morrisons has prepared an ultimate meat box, containing over 600g of top-notch cuts, to please your Dad’s taste buds. The best part? It won’t break the bank as it is a £5 bargain! To be found in the butcher’s section of your Morrisons supermarket.

A traveller’s dream

If your padre takes every opportunity to take off to a different part of the world, a Scratch off world map (from £8.97) would make a great decoration for his home. Not only is it satisfying to scratch off every country he has visited but it will also easily serve as an inspiration for future travels. There are different types to be found on the internet, from colourful flags to Europe-only, to suit every type of traveller.

For a barbecue lover

Is your fondest memory from your childhood your dad grilling a mouth-watering barbecue in your garden? In that case, get him a personalised BBQ flipper (£17) this Father’s Day! With a personalised text, it makes a thoughtful gift that your dad will appreciate but that will also benefit you in the future in the form of more delicious BBQs. It’s a win-win!

Chef Daddy

There’s nothing like a family Friday night curry. Did you know you can gift your dad a curry recipe kit subscription (from £26) to make this a regular occasion? The Spicery offer a range of subscriptions sending the gifted person recipes and all the spices needed for a very special curry. Every pack serves 4 so clear your schedule to be invited over next Friday night. You’re welcome.

Personal touch

If you’re looking for something more touching, get your Pops this eco-friendly, made-in-Britain handmade leather photo keyring (£29). It’s classic, simple, yet effective and it will remind him of his favourite daughter/son every time he uses his keys.

Old school is the best school

Was your Dad always kind of old school? Does he still have old tapes stored in the garage that he never uses? Maybe it’s time to change that! Throw it right back with a cassette boombox from Aldi, that costs only a reasonable £29.99. Now the question remains; what will it be - The Beatles, Elvis Presley, or Notorious B.I.G.?

A piece of tech

Any cool dad will enjoy a piece of tech as a present. With hot weather and holidays coming up, why not get him some wireless headphones (£33.95)? This makes a pretty versatile gift that you can’t go wrong with as he can use them whilst jogging, at the gym or lying on a beach.

Classic socks upgraded

We know what you’re thinking - socks are a boring gift. Let us prove you wrong! This sock subscription (from £40) from The London Sock Exchange offers subscriptions ranging from 6 to 12 months and will send your papa a fresh pair of socks every month. This way, he’ll be stocked up until Christmas when you can renew the subscription and another gift sorted - that’s a 2-in-1 idea for you.

Premium grooming

Gifting should be about giving your Dad something he wouldn’t usually buy for himself. Treat your Daddy this Father’s Day with a luxurious skincare and bodycare kit, for example this Lookfantastic special Father’s Day box (£49) full of premium grooming products that will make him feel like a King.

Gift your time with him!

Last but by no means least, you can give your Father a special day together. From a football game to a road trip, think of something your Dad would enjoy doing and do it with him. We can guarantee that spending time with his daughter or son will be the most memorable gift of them all anyways.

Posted on Jun 11, 2019