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10 Father’s Day gifts for every dad

Whether he’s obsessed with his lawn or more of a sentimental guy, get him the perfect gift.

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Maybe you’ve been unable to visit the father in your life lately, or maybe the two of you have been sharing closer quarters than ever. Either way, he deserves something special this Father’s Day. 

We’ve rounded up our top 10 favorite gifts for dads everywhere, to say thank you for all the time spent on diaper duty, the hard work, and the laughs. 

1. For the decorator dad | $65.00

Help bring the outside in and freshen up his space this Father’s Day with Bloomscape’s easy and affordable plants. Unlike buying a plant from a box store, his Bloomspace plant will arrive fully-grown and pre-potted so all he has to do is find a perfect spot for it. Just like your dad, this Ponytail Pam is fun, distinct, and hardy. Plus, it’s easy to care for, so it’s a perfect match for a green green-thumb.

2. For the cool dad | $169.95

Cornhole is old news. This unique lawn game combines golf and beer pong for hours of fun with friends and family. It’s the perfect present for a dad that loves to host, whether he prefers low-key gatherings, at-home barbecues, or legendary tailgates.

3. For the sentimental dad | $14.99+

Personalized gifts are often the most meaningful way to go. With Blurb photo books, you can make a memento of memories that he’ll always treasure. Starting at $14.99 for 20 pages, you can customize your dad’s photo book, straight from your heart to his hands.

4. For the behind-the-screens dad |$65.00 * 

Spending hours behind a screen day in and day out can be exhausting. Help protect his eyes and mental health with some of the best quality bluelight glasses from Tomahawk. This Father’s Day you may even save the old man a trip to the eye doctor.

*Use promo code Boston30 for 30% off.

5. For the lawn lover | $129.00 *

With this lawn care package, you can help your lawn-loving dad get his greenest yard ever. The Sunday custom lawn plan  starts with a  laboratory soil test, so they can deliver custom nutrient pouches based on his unique soil, climate, and lawn. A bonus: Sunday offers a 100% money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied.

*Use promo code Boston20 for $20 Off.

6. For the natural entertainer | $68.99

A sure fire way to bring the whole family together this Father’s Day, this device transforms your computer or iPad into a karaoke machine with access to thousands of songs. A family singalong may just be your fun-loving dad’s favorite gift ever.

7. For the biker dad | $27.99

If he loves his bike almost as much as he loves you, these JP & Cycles sunglasses might just be the perfect Father’s Day gift. This rugged and versatile eyewear converts easily from sunglasses to anti-fog goggles when he’s ready to hit the open road.

8. For the dad who used to dip into your Halloween candy | $30.00

What’s better than chowing down on bite-sized cupcakes? Chowing down on bite-sized cupcakes with family. You can choose a predetermined set of Baked by Melissa’s famous mini-cupcake flavors or customize your order. They offer shipping to anywhere in the U.S., so you’ll get these sweet treats straight from their kitchen to your doorsteps, just in time for Father’s Day.

9. For the wine connoisseur | $249.95

Say cheers to the dad in your life with Coravin, a new way to drink wine. This state-of-the-art kit will allow him to save opened bottles of wine for weeks, months, or even years without sacrificing quality. 

10. For the dad who has everything | Any amount

Not sure what to get dad for the holiday? With you’re able to buy a prepaid Visa for any picky pops to choose his own gift. Make it personal by choosing a custom background for the card, like a family photo, through their website. 

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