This is a Father’s Day gift guide post.
What do you get for a dad that has everything? I struggle with that every year for both my dad and my husband. It’s not that they truly have everything, they just don’t need another funny t-shirt or mug.
As a family, we try to give experiences rather than physical products, but sometimes it’s nice to give someone a physical gift that they can unwrap.
So, for those of you looking for gifts for your dads or husbands, here are some Father’s Day gift ideas. Be sure to check out the bottom of the post for a giveaway.
What to Get Men Who Have Everything
* Prices and availability may change.
Give the Gift of MasterClass
For $180, give Dad an All Access Pass for MasterClass where he can learn Texas-style barbecue from Aaron Franklin, the Art and Soul of Guitar from Carlos Santana, Shooting, Ball Handling, and Scoring from Stephen Curry, and more.
For the cool dad, let Dad customize his own Nike shoes. There are lots of styles and options as low as $75.
Monopoly Game Customized for Dad
Give a completely customized Customopoly board game. When you place your order you can add his favorite pets, hobbies, and even special game pieces and money. Starting at $170.
Wherever Dad goes, he can carry around this handwritten keychain. How sweet is that? Right now, it’s on sale for $32.39.
What dad doesn’t love to roast marshmallows and sit around the campfire? Bring the fun to his yard with one of these firepits starting at $99.99.
Personalize a Pair of Ray-Bans
With 37 styles, 149 lens types, and 290 color options, Dad can log on and create his own pair of Ray-Bans including the engraving. The prices vary. It looks like they start around $176.
Give Him a Cameo
Have Dad’s favorite celebrity send him a personalized video. Depending on the celeb, prices vary. For example, a Cameo from Drew Brees costs $750, while a video from the Soup Nazi (Larry Thomas) is only $80.
Whether he’s a fan of Cobra Kai or just loves the outdoors, consider getting Dad a Bonsai tree. This all-in-one Bonsai Tree Kit comes with (4) Bamboo Pots (4) Drip Trays, (4) Wood Plant Markers, (3) Soil Peats, (1) Pack of Bonsai Fertilizer, and (1) Instructions.
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