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15 Cool (Cheap!) Father's Day Gifts

  • 3d glasses

    A New App and 3-D Glasses

    If your dad is always looking out for the newest tech trend then he is probably obsessed with 3-D and virtual reality applications that are now available on most smartphones. What he may not know is that VR headsets don’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Instead, treat him to these Kikkerland Virtual Reality Glasses that will bring all of his favorite apps to life without breaking the bank.
    Kikkerland Virtual Reality Glasses ($15, bloomingdales.com)

  • sriracha to go

    Sriracha 2 Go 

    For the dad who adds hot sauce to everything, this gift is sure to give him a laugh when he attaches a to-go bottle to his keys. This Sriracha bundle includes a Sriracha 2 Go, a mini keychain, and a 9-ounce bottle of Sriracha so Dad will never be without his favorite condiment. ($16, sriracha2go.com)

  • scrabble game

    Scrabble Game

    If you know a dad who is a master wordsmith, he’ll love being able to show off during a game of Scrabble. This Scrabble board even features a tile-lock design so words stay put and features pads on the bottom of the board, making it super easy to move. ($20, bedbathandbeyond.com)

  • coffee club membership

    Atlas Coffee Club

    Treat Dad to a trip around the world without ever having to leave the kitchen. With coffee beans that have been specially roasted in a different country each month, treating Dad to this coffee club will be like giving him a passport in his morning coffee. Pro tip: This is an especially thoughtful Father’s Day gift for new dads—they could use the caffeine! ($14+, atlascoffeeclub.com)

  • dollar shave club

    Dollar Shave Club

    If your father figure is the forgetful type, why not try shaving something off of his to-do list? With Dollar Shave Club razor cartridges, shaving cream, and even other personal care products can be shipped right to his door. That means he’ll never forget to pick up any grooming essentials again. With starter kits staring at just a few dollars, and add-ons to customize kits for any dude, this is a gift you know Dad will appreciate. ($5+, dollarshaveclub.com)

     

  • dad is fat

    Dad Is Fat by Jim Gaffigan

    Jim Gaffigan shares his hilarious views on parenting in his New York Times bestselling book. With five kids of his own, Jim Gaffigan understands the joys, and horrors, of parenting. This clean-mouthed comedian will bring a funny spin to parenting that all dads can definitely relate to. ($10, barnesandnoble.com)

  • bamboo mouse

    Bamboo Wireless Mouse

    This bamboo mouse will give Dad’s office a natural touch without the responsibility of a plant. Compatible with a variety of operating systems and computers, this wireless mouse will work for him, no matter if he’s a PC guy or a Mac fan. ($18, amazon.com)

  • mischief maker's manual

    The Mischief Maker's Manual by Sir John Hargrave

    The Mischief Maker's Manual, a hilariously illustrated book, was written for kids but is great for anyone who still laughs at fart jokes and loves pulling pranks. You might want to read it first, so you know to watch out for the "Diet Coke Explosion" trick, and the "World's Largest Butt Photo." But even if you get duped by the "Invisible Toilet Force Field" prank, try to laugh and roll with the punches—it just means your husband is having a blast. ($6+, amazon.com)

  • popcorn popper

    Outdoor Popcorn Popper

    The outdoorsy and indoorsy dads alike are going to love this popcorn popper. Gather the family around a campfire, or a gas grill, and in just a few minutes enjoy freshly popped popcorn. This Father’s Day gift will be a treat for all on family movie night. ($17, uncommongoods.com

  • tie clip

    Tie Clip

    If you know the best dad, this tie clip is for him. Hand stamped with “#1 Dad” it’s the perfect reminder for how much he’s loved. Tip: For any first-time dads out there, you’ll want to get him stocked with “world’s best dad” gifts pronto. ($25, etsy.com)

     

  • birchbox

    BirchBox for Men

    Who says Dad can’t treat himself? Birchbox will send him five curated grooming products to try out every month. You’ll know he’ll love the products he receives with the Grooming Profile Birchbox subscribers fill out beforehand, so if he’s just trying to switch up a few products or re-create his morning routine, Birchbox has him covered. ($10+, birchbox.com)

     

  • very embarrassing book of dad jokes

    The Very Embarrassing Book of Dad Jokes by Ian Allen

    Every dad thinks he’s hilarious—but if your dad actually is (or if you know a dad who could use a few pointers) he’ll love this collection of jokes. Dads from all over the world came together to create this book filled with horribly funny and just plain horrible jokes. Take caution when giving this to Dad; his dad-joke game will be even stronger after reading this book. ($14, urbanoutfitters.com)

  • pizza shirt

    Pizza Shirt

    This super-cute shirt allows dad to share with the world his love for pizza. It even comes in child sizes and is a unisex design so the whole family can wear their favorite food on their sleeve, or shirt. Just think of the adorable family photos! ($27, whistleandflute.com)

  • paragon sports

    Paragon Sports Gift Card

    Got a sporto dad? Let the experts at Paragon Sports spoil him with a personal shopping experience tailored to what equipment he's currently coveting and needs, from camping gear to golf clubs to running sneakers. Pair this experience with a gift card for the ultimate gift Dad is sure to love.

  • audible

    Audible

    It's hard to find kid-free quiet time these days, but Dad likes his own storytime too. With Audible.com, he can download his favorite book and listen to it on the go—in the car, during a run, or even doing chores around the house. Audiobooks are compatible with iPods iPhones, and for some, even GPS devices. Take advantage of the 30-day free trial, and if Dad loves it, it’s only $14.95 a month.

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