A Complete Guide To Buying The Best Father's Day Gifts

From cheap gift ideas to funny cards, here's your complete roundup for all things Father's Day.

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It’s time to celebrate the guy who taught you everything you know about telling grade-A dad jokes.

But between the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and protests against police brutality, you might have forgotten that Father’s Day this year is on June 21.

Figuring out what to get your dad for Father’s Day this year might seem trivial, but it’s more important than ever to celebrate the loved ones around you. This is especially true if you haven’t seen your dad in person in a while — and don’t know when you’ll be able to see them next.

So why not send dad something to shows him how much you’re thinking about him this time of year?

Whether you’re looking to celebrate your father, husband or any new dad in your life, come Father’s Day you want to show them just how much you care. Below, we’ve rounded up all of our 2020 Father’s Day gift guide into one easy-to-browse list.

Take a look:

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Nordstrom has a clearance sale running now through Father’s Day that includes up to 60% off clearance items — plus an extra 25% off those already marked-down items. There are a ton of men’s sale picks to browse from dad-approved brands like Bonobos, Ted Baker London and Vineyard Vines. Check out our Nordstrom sale shopping guide for Father’s Day.

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There are a lot of budget-friendly Father’s Day gifts on Amazon that are unique and thoughtful, like this practical $20 magnetic wristband for the DIY dad to keep his loose screws and nails within reach while working on a home improvement project. Check out our full gift guide to Amazon Father’s Day gifts.

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We could all use a little bit of laughter right now. Fortunately, there are plenty of Etsy shops featuring Father’s Day cards that push the envelope. Whether it’s poking fun at his dad jokes, a spin on his favorite pop culture reference or a little social distancing humor, you’ll find the perfect handmade card for your dad this Father’s Day. Check out our full guide to funny Father’s Day cards for 2020.

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Whether your dad likes sports and is missing his games this year, is into outdoorsy things or is more Richard Gilmore than Luke Danes, there’s something in this gift guide for every kind of dad.

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We found 15 of the best personalized gifts out there from places like Etsy and Uncommon Goods. These are gifts that he’ll actually use, including a backpack-slash-briefcase that’s perfect for when he goes back to commuting and an organizer for everyday essentials like his keys and favorite watch. Take a look at our full guide to customized Father’s Day gifts.

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From a techy thermometer that can let your dad know when his steak is done to a grill pan that’s specifically for shrimp, your dad will truly feel like a grill master with one of these one-of-a-kind gifts. (Just tell him to be careful when he’s playing with fire). Check out our full guide to grilling gifts for dad.

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If you’re in the market for a practical gift for the new dad in your life, you might turn to something to cure his sleep deprivation, like an apartment-sized espresso machine or some comfy slippers for midnight feedings. Check our our full gift guide for new dads.

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From a mortar and pestle set that’ll give him guac on the side at no extra cost to a mandoline that’ll give him restaurant-worthy thinly-sliced carrots, these Father’s Day gifts are perfect for the dad who misses going out to eat.

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There are plenty of great gifts for sports fanatics out there, from useful coasters covered in sports facts to these fancy cuff links made from the seats of an actual stadium. Check out our full Father’s Day gift guide for sports fanatics.

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