10 Cool Father's Day Gifts Under $75
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10 Cool Father's Day Gifts Under $75

Need help finding a Father's Day gift under $75? This list gives you a nice price range and starting point of ideas to help you decide what to give Dad on his special day.

Every June, kids (and moms) try to find that perfect gift for Dad. But how many ties, bowling balls, and golf club covers does one man need? Just can’t figure out what to get and Dad already has all the ceramic ashtrays and Popsicle pencil cups he could ever possibly use? Check out this list of unusual gifts for him that won’t drain your bank account.

Determine your budget and look for items that might mean something to your Dad. Is the Dad in your life a musician, a gardener, a mechanic, strictly business, whimsical? Does he have his “own space”? Think about it and then look around for something he doesn’t have already. Remember, it’s the thought that counts.

  1. $8 Drum Stick Drawing Pencils
  2. $13 A Magazine Cover all about Dad
  3. $18 Cooling Neck Band for Yard Work
  4. $20 Something For the “Handy” Dad
  5. $20 Personalized Garage/Shop Floor Mats
  6. $25 Compass Cuff Links
  7. $28 Skull/Warrior Chess Set
  8. $48 Custom Guitar Picks and Plenums
  9. $50 Custom Hubcap Clocks
  10. $60 Atomic Talking Watch

Even if you don’t see something you like on this list, you might find a different gift on one of these sites. The trick to effective gift-giving is to give something that Dad will remember he got from you or that you can use together. It doesn’t have to be expensive, it doesn’t have to be fancy, it doesn’t have to be perfect – it is just a token showing you considered him and his feelings when you shopped for him.

Maybe you don’t want to spend money on just one object; that’s fine, maybe you can create a project the two of you can do together that you will both enjoy…spending time with Dad can be special and beneficial to both of you. Add to a collection he has started or give him the first piece in a collection he has always wanted – include a display case…and voila! You’re on your way to years of not having to guess what to get him.

Thinking about what Dad does for the family and how he likes to spend his free time are two good indicators of what he might like when choosing a gift for him. Whatever gift you decide to give, the Dad in your life will be happy you remembered him on his special day. Giving your Dad (or husband if the kids are still small) a gift on Father’s Day lets him know you value his presence in your life.

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I like the cooling scarfs and the talking watch. I've emailed this one to my son and daughter in-law as well as my stepson and stepdaughter.