Gift Ideas: What Dad Needs This Father's Day
Dads can be hard to shop for. He might say that he doesn't want anything or buy everything he wants himself. Typical gift suggestions include "Best Dad" mugs, or baseball tickets. Why not give Dad something he didn't even know he wanted?
If Dad is adventurous, consider indoor skydiving. It tends to be less expensive than traditional skydiving and doesn't rely on the weather. It's also open to those 3 and older, so the whole family can go. Check out the iFly website to find a location near you. If Dad would prefer an intellectual challenge, an Escape Room might be perfect for him. Depending on the location, each room offers a unique challenge along with a specific theme. Search Yelp for Escape Rooms in your location or see if Groupon has any deals.
The newly released BlackCard is a must have for Dad's wallet. It's the size of a credit card, so it will blend in seamlessly. With a range of 500 feet and the loudest buzzer yet, it's the perfect gift to help Dad keep track of what matters most. Purchase one from the Pebblebee website and use code PB4DAD for $15 off.
Does Dad love listening to music? Consider gifting a Spotify Premium subscription. They are currently offering the first 3 months for only $0.99, until June 30th. Spotify also offers a family plan, allowing 5 users to access Premium for only $14.99/month. If Dad wouldn't use Spotify, consider signing him up for Amazon Prime. Amazon allows gifting, so a 3 month or 1 year Prime subscription can be prepaid and then emailed to Dad on a select date. Amazon Household allows families to share a single Prime subscription at no additional charge.