Father's Day is right around the corner and I know you want to get your dad something special this year. There are so many things you can give Dad that will show him how much you care. But some dads are hard to shop for and if yours is one of them, you probably need some ideas right away. and what if you don't have much money? This list has a great collection of budget-friendly Father's Day gifts that any dad will love. Now, go celebrate Dad and let him know just how much you love him!
1 Nut Tray
He'll go nuts over this assortment of snacks that includes roasted salted pistachios, smoked almonds, butter toffee pecans, and roasted salted cashews.
Whether he's a beef or pork fan, this book will help him become a top chef this grilling season.
Meat: Everything You Need to Know, $24.54; amazon.com
11 Power up
No one likes when their phone goes into low-battery mode, so give Dad a gift he'll really appreciate. Perfect for anyone who needs to stay in touch on the go, this present is definitely one he'll use over and over again.
Give Dad access to Netflix, Amazon Video, HBO Now, Hulu and thousands of other movies, channels, apps and games. All he has to do is connect the stick to his TV's HDMI port. Talk about the gift that keeps on giving.
Let Dad relive his childhood by giving him a video-game inspired flask. Resembling the same game cartridges he grew up with, he will love this grown-up version of his favorite thing as a kid. Even better—each label is a funny, alcohol-themed parody of a classic game. Cheers!
Forget pool-side tunes; give the gift of grooving right in the water. As he's taking a dip, the speakers will float and play his favorite songs for up to three hours. This super-cool device connects via Bluetooth to iPad, iPhone and Android phones. Bonus: this great gadget also doubles as a speakerphone so he'll never miss a call.
Wireless Floating Bluetooth Speakers, $44.99; amazon.com
23 Burning Books
Make sure Dad's never without a light with this special-edition box set: Each match "book" is a different title that school libraries once banned. Don't worry; they're not as raunchy as you'd think. It includes Black Beauty—yes, the story about the horse.
If Pop ever grumbled about using a coaster, he won't anymore. Each handsome wooden board hides a bottle opener, doubling its utility. Personalize them with an engraving he'll love, like "Frank's Man Cave" or "Robert's Bar."