For those whose fathers have played an extremely important part in their lives, and taken on the role of; taxi driver, football coach, bike mechanic, enthusiastic spectator and generally and all round supporter of everything they have tried and sometimes failed miserably. Father’s Day is an opportunity to tell the old man how much you appreciate him and one thing for certain is that he will definitely not like being called an old man. Deciding what to by for your Dad is often really difficult because he generally has everything that he wants and if he wants something expensive it is not really your call to buy it.
Father’s Day is really a commercial spin off of Mother’s Day and in the scheme of things is not the most important celebration but does require some degree of recognition – after all you don’t want your dad thinking that you don’t care about him.
Setting yourself a maximum budget of what you would like to spend is often a good way to start your quest for a fabulous present. If you shop in good time and don’t buy something that specifically has, ‘Father’s Day’, written on it you should get more for your money. Our challenge is to find ten great Father’s Day Gifts for under £20:-
This is the perfect gift if your Dad is both a BBQ and Star Wars fanatic and for only £19.95 from Prezzy Box. As well as being a splendid set of tongs the light saber sound effects will keep your Dad occupied for hours.
For £20 these headphones combined with ear warmers from I want one of these will ensure that your Dad can listen to music while keeping his ears nice and warm.
At £18.50, this is one expensive pork pie. If your Dad is partial to pastry and loves his pies then this would be a fantastic way to show him how much you care. Available from Not on the high street.
This stunning Nike football is a masterpiece at exactly £20. Whether your old man is a sofa soccer star or likes a kick around himself, this shiny black ball can either be displayed or used as a great adult toy. Avaliable from John Lewis.
We couldn’t make Father’s Day present suggestions without including socks. This three pack of Diesel socks are a useful addition to your Dad’s wardrobe. At £20.97 in the Stand-Out.Net sale.
This sentimental glass ornament from Getting Personal is £19.99 including gift wrapping, it basically says it all and will show your Dad that you appreciate everything he does for you.
This cool desktop drum kit is a brilliant present for those of us whose Dads have always been aspiring rock stars. At only £7.45 from Genie Gadgets this gift is not only good value but will definitely be liked,
This gadget is probably the best we have seen for £15.50 from The Great Gift Company. This little box projects images from your smart phone on to the wall enabling you to take your own cinema with you everywhere.
This engraved beer tankard from Gift Pup is £14.99 and will most certainly be used proudly by your dad. All he will have to provide is the beer.
We couldn’t suggest gifts without choosing something classy and sophisticated like this wine and cheese gift set from Regency Hampers. At only £19.80 it is extremely good value and looks as if it cost an awful lot more.
What ever you choose to buy your Dad this Father’s Day make him feel special – a phone call or a chat would do. Take time to get to know him.