Getting dad a gift on father’s day shows just how much he means to you—but let’s face it, it’s not easy to shop for dads. It’s always a battle to search for the perfect gift for the man who gave you everything.
You can, however, make it a little bit easier this year. Start by thinking through what he likes: ideally, you want to match the gift with his interests. Then, make sure that you choose something he will use. Need a little help? Here’s a list of quick and easy gifts to give your dad on Father’s Day.
Has he had the same old wallet for as long as you can remember? It’s time to give him an upgrade—preferably, a leather-made one with a custom touch.
This is perfect for the dad who loves to read. The waterproof feature of modern eBook readers makes them great for dads who hang out with their grandkids.
An insulated travel mug is ideal for the constantly busy dad. It not only fits perfectly in a car’s cup holder, but it also keeps dad’s coffee (or tea) hot.
Bottle of Wine
Grab a bottle of wine for your pop and let it tickle his taste buds on Father’s Day. With so many out there, make sure to take a look at what wines are best for Father’s Day. Once you find it, add some personalized wine glasses to the gift basket.
Beer Club Subscription
Not sure if he’ll like wine? Instead of getting him a six-pack of beer, how about a subscription to a local beer club? That’ll give him the option of choosing whatever drink he prefers for a week, month, year, or whatever period you choose.
Ball Game Tickets
Most dads live for ball games: whether it’s football, baseball, basketball, or soccer. Taking him out to a game will certainly make it a Father’s Day to remember, especially if you throw in a retro hat or jersey.
Digital Picture Frame
Dads love showing off pictures of their kids and grandkids. Grab a digital picture frame for him so that he can easily display all his favorite family photos.
Is dad getting into a new hobby, such as cooking? How about getting him a cookbook that contains all his favorite recipes. He just might surprise the entire family with a mouth-watering Independence Day dinner.
Does your dad like to sip on the best coffee, but he doesn’t fancy trips to the local coffee shop? We have your solution. Buy him a good “barista” that can make excellent at-home brews.
There you have it, quick and easy gifts to give your dad on Father’s Day. Be sure to shop in advance, so you don’t miss out on these great gifts.