This year, we’ll celebrate our dads, uncles, grandpas and favorite guys on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 20. Even if you can’t be there in person, you can still let him know you’re thinking about him with these ideas for presents that you can order online and ship directly to him.
From splurges to budget buys, read on for the best ways to send him a special gift this year.
21 Father’s Day Gifts to Order Now
18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless 6-Tool Combo Kit (
$299 $199) at The Home Depot
DIY dads will love tooling around with this best-selling combo kit with more than 4,000 5-star reviews. He’ll have everything he needs for his next project, including saws, a drill and impact driver, a work light and a multi-tool—along with a charger and batteries to keep him going. Right now, get up to $100 off select tools and free delivery for Father’s Day—plus 3% cash back!
Father’s Day Classic ($145) Katz’s Delicatessen
Order up a gift box from the beloved New York deli with house-cured corned beef, slow-cooked brisket and pastrami, plus a loaf of rye bread, mustard and two quarts of Katz’s pickles for Dad to get his lunch on. It’s key to order early on this one! Katz’s recommends placing the order now and choosing a later ship date.
Margaritaville Bahamas Frozen Concoction Maker ($
199.99 $159.99) at Bed Bath & Beyond
Make his summer a little sweeter with a frozen drink maker so he can whip up margaritas and other delicious blended alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. It shaves ice like a champ, making pitchers of up to 36 ounces. Bonus: Dad can even customize texture, so he can make his drinks exactly how he likes them.
16-Foot Digital Tape Measure ($31.99) at Amazon
For all of his home repairs and projects, upgrade his regular tape measure to a 16-foot one with an easy-to-read digital display.
Portal from Facebook (starting at
With four different options to choose from, a smart camera that follows the action and Alexa built-in, he’ll be able to easily keep up with friends, family and colleagues at home with this video-calling device. Plus, you have the option to ship to multiple addresses for free in the same order—which makes it easy to gift one to Dad and one to yourself (no judgement here!).
Pop-Up 2 Hot Dog and Bun Toaster ($24.99) at Amazon
Toast buns and dogs at the same time with this retro-looking toaster that has an adjustable timer for his desired doneness. It looks pretty snazzy on the counter, too.
Bamboozle Food Composter ($39.99) at Amazon
This small, sink-side composter is made from biodegradable, dishwasher-safe bamboo fiber. It’s an attractive and easy way for a home gardener to start making his own compost.
Victorinox Fibrox Pro 8-Inch Chef’s Knife (
$54 $47.99) at Amazon
If he’s still using old kitchen tools for cutting and carving, this is a quality knife with a good non-slip handle. Designed for meat and larger foods, it will become his new go-to for barbecue time.
Solar Charger (
$56.99 $31.95) at Amazon
This solar charger will come in handy on his next outdoor adventure. Once it’s fully powered, it can charge phones and tablets up to 10 times! It even has a built-in LED flashlight.
Travel Organizer ($30) at Lojel USA
Get him excited about traveling again with this stylish and compact polycarbonate organizer to hold his passport, travel documents, cash, keys and more.
MicroPro Grill ($199) at Tupperware
No backyard? No problem! Tupperware sells a clever microwave grill pan (yes, seriously) so indoor grillmasters can grill and sear meats, fish, vegetables and more right in their microwaves.
Bushwick Kitchen Spicy Sampler Gift Box ($44.99) at Amazon
This gift box of sweet and spicy condiments contains Gochujang Sriracha, a spicy maple syrup and a spicy honey hot sauce from the popular Bushwick Kitchen line. The nicely boxed set also comes with five recipes and a chili pepper dish towel.
Beard Grooming Kit (
$35.91 $22.91) at Amazon
Treat him to a little self care with this kit that comes with everything he needs to keep his facial hair in top-top shape.
Giro Adult Verge Zoom Snow Goggles (
$40 $29.99) at Dick’s Sporting Goods
If he’s already thinking about winter and ski season, this budget-friendly pair of ski goggles are a good pre-season purchase.
Baseball Park Map Glasses (set of two, $35) at Uncommon Goods
Missing his favorite pastime? At least he can sip from a glass with his favorite team’s ballpark on the side.
And books, because when in doubt, you can’t go wrong giving him more cool stuff to read!
Countdown 1945: The Extraordinary Story of the Atomic Bomb and the 116 Days That Changed the World by Chris Wallace with Mitch Weiss
$13.99 at Amazon
Fox News anchor Wallace writes a gripping, behind-the-scenes account of the days leading up to the American attack on Hiroshima.
Remain in Love: Talking Heads, Tom Tom Club, Tina by Chris Frantz
$14.99 at Amazon
A memoir, rock and roll tale, and love story all in one from Chris Frantz, a musician, producer and drummer for the Talking Heads and Tom Tom Club.
Catherine House by Elisabeth Thomas
$11.99 at Amazon
A gothic horror style literary debut set in a remote, elite college that one critic raves is “brimming with dread.”
Fair Warning by Michael Connelly
$14.99 at Amazon
Best-selling novelist Connelly is back with his third Jack McEvoy story. This time the reporter has to catch a depraved killer who murdered a woman Jack once knew.
The Hot Hand: The Mystery and Science of Streaks by Ben Cohen
$11.99 at Amazon
Do streaks exist? Can someone actually have a hot hand? Sportswriter Ben Cohen tries to find out once and for all in this fascinating and instructive book.
The Bromance Book Club (Bromance Book Club #1) by Lyssa Kay Adams
$9.99 at Amazon
Is Dad a sucker for a romance? Pro athlete Gavin Scott realizes if he doesn’t get it together, he’s going to lose the woman he loves. Help comes via the Bromance Book Club, a secret romance book club made up entirely of men.
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