What are You Getting Dad for Father’s Day?

Posted by Madison on June 11, 2009

Father’s Day is just around the corner, June 21 to be exact. I’m struggling to find something for my dad, who is one of those guys that has everything he needs. My husband is also on my list, since my kids are little. I like to help them pick out a little something for their dad to go with the cute stuff they bring home from preschool.

Amazon is offering their Father’s Day DVD and Blu-Ray sale with up to 60% off and other Father’s Day Deals right now. I’ve been browsing, but I can’t find anything I like.

What are you buying the dads in your life? Bonus points if it’s something frugal!


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Comments to What are You Getting Dad for Father’s Day?

  1. “who is one of those guys that has everything he needs”

    I’ll bet he doesn’t have enough time. Or services. Or company.

    Speaking for myself, I don’t need any more “stuff”, because anything I really want I’ll buy for myself. But I do like it when people buy me things that I wouldn’t otherwise get for myself — like a spa treatment or a round of golf with someone I don’t normally get to spend a lot of time with. Or a gift certificate to that fancy restaurant in town that I can’t bring myself to spend my own money on, but that I enjoy.

    Don’t buy him stuff, buy him an experience and a memory.

    MITBeta @ Don’t Feed the Alligators

  2. I agree with MITBeta…but kind of along those lines, tickets to a baseball game/concert whatever type of event he likes is good too.


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