Fun Gifts for Dad that Won’t Break the Bank

dad with two sons and fathers day card

It’s Dad’s time, and you want to go all out to make your all-time favorite hero happy. Fortunately, that doesn’t mean you need to drain your wallet. You can make Dad’s day, and keep your budget, too. Here are some fun and low-cost gifts that’ll make Dad smile this Father’s Day.

IPhone, Apple Watch and AirPod charging dock
This awesome charging dock can give some juice to an iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods all at the same time. With a sleek design and sturdy structure, the dock is compatible with Apple Watches and iWatches of all sizes and styles, and with all iPhone models as well. Get Dad’s 3-in-1 charging station for under $20 on Amazon.

BenShot pint glass with real golf ball
Does Dad love to golf? Surprise him with this unique pint glass that has a real golf ball embedded in it. Make him smile every time he fills up a frothy glass. Just $26 on Amazon.

KingCamp foldable fire pit
This awesome travel fire pit is like a campfire on the go. The rollable stainless steel net and folding legs are collapsible and compact enough to take anywhere. No assembly needed—just unroll and light up! Get yours here.

Classic charades
You don’t have to spend much to make Dad happy. The classic game of Charades, just $12 at Chroniclebooks.com, will help create warm family memories well beyond Father’s Day.

Open bottle wine rest
This adorable mountain-shaped wine bottle rest is the perfect gift for the outdoorsy dad who loves to enjoy a good glass of wine and save the rest for later.

Pizza socks box
Everyone knows you can never have enough novelty socks. The pizza-box packaging of these socks makes them a super-fun Father’s Day gift. Just $26 on Amazon.

Baby Yoda device holder
Let the Force be with Dad when you give him this device-holder that’s shaped like a baby Yoda. Prop up phones, video game controllers, and more. $25 on UrbanOutfitters.

Bluetooth speaker beanie
With its built-in Bluetooth speakers and a super-warm design, Dad won’t want to take this beanie off all winter! Under $20 on Amazon.

Mosiyeef pop-up wallet with money clip
Dad can finally toss that overstuffed and worn-out wallet when you gift him this minimalist, ultra-modern one! Crafted from aluminum and stainless steel, this pop-up wallet is lightweight, yet functional, holding up to six cards at a time, all of which can pop up at the push of a button. Available in 16 colors for only $18 on Amazon.

Fitness dice
At-home workouts are fun again with this innovative fitness dice set. Every roll gives you one out of 45,000 possible routines, all with no equipment required. Only $19 at uncommongoods.com.

Bean Box coffee subscription
If Dad loves his morning cup of Joe, he’ll love getting a regular delivery of fresh bags of whole bean coffee from artisanal brand Bean Box. Subscriptions are highly customizable and start at just $20.

Chillsner
Dad will never have to wait for his drink to chill again when he has this nifty little gadget. Keep the Chillsner in the freezer and pop it into any drink for an instantly chilled beverage. $10 at uncommongoods.com.

Harry’s Truman shave set
Dad will look dapper when he uses this luxury shave set, complete with a signature handle, textured rubber grip, three German-engineered blade cartridges, foaming shave gel and more. Just $15 from Harry’s.

Zippo FireFast torch
It’s a blazing flame whenever Dad wants it. Ultra-hot and precise, the torch will help Dad get his outdoor fire pit going, add some char to his entrée or dessert or light up a dark campsite. Around $22 on Amazon.

It doesn’t cost much to make Dad happy. Use this guide to find the perfect gift for Dad that doesn’t break the budget.

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