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While most of us would like to stay on top of the calendar, the truth is that it can be difficult to remember important dates—like Father’s Day, for example. Sometimes life gets in the way and we forget to plan ahead. It’s understandable, which is why we rounded up some easy online Father’s Day gifts you can send to your dad last minute. Whether you’re just a self-admitted procrastinator or live thousands of miles away from your dad, these gift ideas make it easy to show you care—even if you might have forgotten to snag a gift early.
Whether your dad is always wanting to learn something new, has an affinity for delicious treats or always talks about his love of beer, you’re sure to find the perfect online gift this year. Some of the gifts below are totally online—and can be sent the day of if necessary. Others, you can go ahead and order to have shipped directly to your dad’s door. Whatever you choose, your dad will no doubt deem you child of the year (you’re welcome).
It’s no secret that dads can be notoriously difficult to shop for, but these online gifts make it easy. Sometimes fathers don’t know what they want until you place it in their hands—or into their email. But with the help of these easy online Father’s Day gifts, you’ll be giving your dad something he might have never known he wanted—whether that’s a subscription to a beer of the month club, a gift basket full of goodies or a custom photo book. Your dad never has to know you waited until the last minute to pick out his Father’s Day gift. And we certainly won’t tell.
Whether your dad has always wanted to take cooking classes, learn how to sing or even get tips on gardening, he can do it all with MasterClass. Starting at $15 a month, users get access to all of the amazing online classes taught by experts and celebrities, so your dad can broaden his mind one virtual class at a time.
Perfect for the sports fanatic dad, an ESPN+ subscription will let him watch all of his favorite teams compete.
Milk Bar Cake
Treat your dad to an especially sweet delivery from Milk Bar. They’re known in New York for having some of the tastiest desserts around, but they also deliver their baked goods to wherever you (or your dad) live. It might not be his birthday, but the Birthday Cake is a total crowd-pleaser.
This genius service allows you to create quick and thoughtful videos to surprise Dad, without having to DIY. It offers a vast selection of themed and customizable templates that you can send to him instantly. Even better, enter code DAD20 at checkout to save 20 percent on gifts for dad.
Cameo allows you to create customized and personalized video shout-outs featuring your Dad’s favorite celebs. Have his favorite athlete or comedian wish him a Happy Father’s Day. We bet you he’ll be replaying the video all year long.
BREO BOX Subscription
If your dad seems to already have everything, try gifting him a BREO BOX subscription. This service finds the coolest gadgets and home goods, and puts them together in a curated box every three months. Past boxes have included drones, a digital luggage scale and even a USB candle lighter.
Amazon Prime Subcription
If your dad is anything like mine, he’s constantly ordering gadgets and tech gear online. Make it easier for him to get what he needs faster with an Amazon Prime account. When his orders arrive at lightning speed, he’ll know who to thank—you.
Dad probably already has Netflix and HBO Max subscriptions, but does he have Hulu? There are so many popular shows on the streaming platform. Some current buzzy ones are Candy and The Dropout, though MasterChef and Survivor are classics. He can even watch sports games if you get him the Hulu + Live TV subscription.
Goldbelly E-Gift Card
Trust us, Dad will fall in love with Goldbelly as soon as you give him an e-gift card. It’s a hub for tons of world-renowned chefs and restaurants that he can savor within the comfort of his own home. From Wolfgang Puck to Nancy Silverton, the foodie dad will drool over Goldbelly’s extensive options. We’ve done some major damage on Goldbelly and can’t recommend it enough. It’s a special treat the whole family can enjoy together.
Omaha Steaks E-Gift Card
We have some personal experience with Omaha Steaks, and let’s just say it’s every meat lover’s dream. Dad will have an absolute blast getting to shop for different steaks, burgers, chickens, fish and more. In fact, he can even order vegetarian side dishes and indulgent desserts straight to his door. To get his Omaha Steaks obsession started, give him an online gift card.
Chatbooks Custom Photo Book
Give Dad the gift of precious memories with a service that allows you to create quick and thoughtful photo books from Chatbooks. You can choose between hardcover or softcover, then fill it with photos, stories and inside jokes that are sure to make your dad smile.
Let your dad share his life story with everyone—even hundreds of years into the future. StoryWorth allows you to write your own memoir one week at a time with inspiring prompts, and then has them all printed into a hardcover book your dad can have and then pass along to future generations.