In this post, you’ll find my Father’s Day Gift Guide – 10 gifts under $80 (9 of which are below $50)!
Father’s Day is so special. As I get older, the more I understand setting aside a specific day just to celebrate your parents or who you may claim as ‘dad’.
It’s important to remember that just as we are getting older, so are our parents. This year, I’m able to fly out to California for my younger brother + sister’s high school graduation, and am staying through Father’s Day weekend!
I might be alone here, but I have a much easier time shopping for moms vs dads. It could be just because I’m a girl so I have a better understanding of “girly” gifts, so I figured a Father’s Day Gift Guide would be helpful for any of you in the same boat as I am and need a little inspiration on gift ideas!
Most of my reader demographic tends to be girls/women, while a good portion is college aged. Being so, I also wanted to find budget friendly gift ideas, so throughout this list, you’ll find that 9 of them are under $50, and all of them are under $80. Some are as cheap as $15!
My favorite thing to do when I look at gift guides is to grab 1 or 2 things off various lists and then try to create gifts that have a few different aspects of it, but are cohesive. For example, I’ll get a grilling set, but also wine-infused planks that he could use with the set! What’s your favorite way to shop around?
The list below is clickable; simply select the option that sounds appealing to you and you will be brought to it. Best part? All 10 options are found on Amazon, so if you’re a Prime user, you get free 2 day shipping!
- Whiskey Ice Wedge
- Putting Green with Ball Return
- Stainless Steel Grilling Set
- Wine Infused Grilling Planks
- Plank Grilling – 75 Recipe Book
- Noise Cancelling Headphones
- Wooden Six-Pack Holder w. Bottle Opener + Matching Beer Flights
- Home-Brewing Master Beer Kit
- Engraved ‘Dad’ Mug with Kids Birthdays
- #1 Dad Golf Ball Set
-Questions for you-
- What’s the best gift you’ve ever received?
- What are your plans for Father’s Day?