47 Last-Minute Father's Day Gifts That’ll Arrive Right on Time
Father’s Day will be here before you know it and, it’s the perfect opportunity to show some appreciation for the main man in your kiddo’s life. Whatever your family structure may be, this special day celebrates new dads, grandads and even cherished father figures. And although Dad may say he doesn’t want a gift, a thoughtful present is sure to make him smile.
As a reminder, Father’s Day falls on the third Sunday in June. But if this holiday snuck up on you—no worries! There are tons of last-minute Father’s Day gifts available online. The best gifts for dads play to his interests. Sports fans might like merch from their favorite team, while foodies will appreciate new kitchen gizmos. When in doubt, a personalized photo gift is always a nifty option. And, if you’ve left it to the last possible moment, Amazon Prime members can avail of same-day delivery on thousands of gifts. Ready to start shopping? From cool gadgets to sweet keepsakes and tasty treats, here you’ll find 47 products for Papa that’ll arrive right on time.
Online Father’s Day gifts don’t need to be pricey. Case in point: This personalized pop-up card. The colorful card contains a hidden surprise: Open it up and a loving message pops up. For an additional fee, you can add a photo and a custom note. Lovepop will even mail it out for you, no stamps required!
Buy it: Starting from $13, Lovepop.com
Amazon offers tons of last-minute Father’s Day gifts, including this sweet gift set by Bump Boxes. Designed for new and expectant parents, this box is filled with handpicked essentials. The items include a parenting handbook, slogan socks, keychain, soap and a sweet baby onesie that reads “I love Daddy”.
Sur La Table online cooking classes are a go-to virtual gift for foodies. Each interactive class is taught by an expert chef who’ll help Dad learn a new step-by-step recipe. Last-minute Father’s Day gifts that end in a delicious meal? Yes, please.
Buy it: Starting at $29 per household, SurLaTable.com
The best last-minute Father’s Day gifts can make you feel closer to long-distance family. Introducing Tribute, the online platform that creates collaborative video montages. It’s easy to use: Simply invite people to record using helpful prompts, compile the video and share.
Buy it: Starting from $25, Tribute.com
Pearhead offers some of the best Father’s Day gifts online. This set includes matching socks for Dad and baby complete with a pizza pun that reads “big slice” and “lil’ slice”. How cute is that?
Buy it: $10, Amazon.com
Ice cream delivered to your door? Yum! The bestsellers collection from eCreamery contains four pints of the brand’s mouthwatering ice cream. Flavors include: sea salt caramel brownie, chocolate cake, praline pecan and coffee toffee. Plus, you can customize the labels to include a special message for the dad in your life. Place your order before noon and eCreamery will ship your package on the same day.
Buy it: 4 pints for $90, eCreamery.com
I Love You, Daddy: A Tale of Encouragement and Parental Love between a Father and his Child by Jilliam Harker
Looking for affordable last-minute Father’s Day gifts? This storybook is a thoughtful option that won’t break the bank. It’s a tale of encouragement and unconditional parental love that Dad can read to baby at bedtime.
Buy it: $5, Amazon.com
Cameo is an online platform that gives you direct access to thousands of famous faces. Request a call-out from Dad’s favorite sports star or celebrity crush, for an unforgettable virtual Father’s Day gift.
Buy it: Starting from $1, Cameo.com
A gift subscription is one of the best digital Father’s Day gifts around. Why? It’s an instant solution to your gifting conundrum. Simply sign up online and send on the email confirmation. Cratejoy has tons of cool plans to choose from including the Rad Dad Box. This monthly box includes up to five items that promote self-care and father-baby bonding.
Buy it: Starting at $28 per box, Cratejoy.com
If Dad has a keen interest in genealogy, give him a virtual subscription to Ancestry. The platform offers a range of plans that gives users access to historical records and newspaper archives in the US and abroad. It’s a great tool to help in the creation of a family tree, complete with a new branch for baby.
Buy it: Starting from $99, Ancestry.com
If you’ve left it to the 11th hour to buy a present, an Audible gift membership is a great option. Dad will gain access to Audible’s immense catalog, which includes thousands of audiobooks, podcasts and documentaries. Upon purchasing a membership, Amazon will send the gift recipient an email on the day of your choice along with redemption instructions.
Buy it: Starting from $15 for a 1 month subscription, Amazon.com
If Dad loves the great outdoors, treat him to this trendy fire pit. The portable wood burning stove can be used in the backyard or at a campsite. It’s super-efficient and emits almost no smoke, meaning you can say goodbye to stinging eyes while you enjoy s’mores with the family.
Buy it: $350, Amazon.cm
Sleepless nights and a newborn go hand in hand. So why not treat Dad to a coffee subscription to help him get that daily caffeine kick? Atlas Coffee Club selects the best coffee from international suppliers with a focus on ethical and sustainable farming practices. The starter pack is a three-month subscription, which includes 12-ounces of freshly roasted coffee alongside flavor notes, brewing tips and postcards from each country of origin.
Buy it: $60 for a three-month gift subscription, AtlasCoffeeClub.com
Preserve family memories in a beautiful keepsake book. Storyworth is an online service that collects and collates memories, stories and more into a hardback volume. Each week, your loved one will be sent a question via email. At the end of one year, their stories are gathered in a bound volume.
Buy it: $99, Storyworth.com
Planning to celebrate Father’s Day weekend with a family barbeque? Take things to the next level with this seasoning gift set. It includes 20 unique rubs and spices to expertly flavor meat, fish and veggies.
Buy it: $40, Amazon.com
Dad can unbox something new each month with a Bespoke Post subscription. But if you’re after a one-off gift, you can also purchase a single box. There are tons of cool options to choose from, including the Deploy kit. This EDC-inspired gift set includes a keyring tool, a pocket-sized grappling hook and a pair of precision tweezers, meaning he’s ready for anything life may throw at him.
Buy it: $70, BespokePost.com
Searching for funny last-minute Father’s Day gift ideas? Check out this cheeky lowball whiskey glass that reads “Daddy’s sippy cup.” It’s a fun option he’ll actually use.
Buy it: $17, Amazon.com
If he’s not into whiskey, why not opt for a wine club subscription instead? Winc builds a unique flavor profile for each member, and delivers four bottles of wine tailored to their taste preferences each month.
Buy it: $60 for a 1 month subscription, Winc.com
New parents have a lot on their plate, but it’s still important to practice self-care. That’s where Headspace comes in. This mediation app has hundreds of guided meditations, workouts and sleep stories to help first-time dads achieve a moment of zen.
Buy it: $70 for an annual subscription, Headspace.com
Did you know Target also offers same-day delivery on selected items? One such product is these second generation Apple Airpods, which come complete with a charging case. Dad can use them to listen to his favorite tunes or maybe even a parenting podcast.
Buy it: $400, Target.com
If he wants to work on his “dad bod”, give him a virtual subscription to Obé Fitness. The platform offers live and on-demand workouts across a variety of categories, including strength training, hiit sessions and yoga—plus, the site has awesome kids’ classes too.
Buy it: Starting at $27 per month, ObeFitness.com
Funky socks are an easy way to jazz up any outfit, and Sock it to Me has men’s designs in every print and pattern imaginable. Pick out a pair or opt for an online voucher for an excellent virtual Father’s Day gift.
Buy it: Starting from $5, SockittoMe.com
The lightly textured surface of Gaiam’s foam roller provides a gentle, effective massage that relieves muscle tension at the end of a long day with baby. Plus, it comes with a digital workout to help get him started.
Buy it: $16, Target.com
Treat true crime aficionados to Hunt A Killer, an immersive murder mystery game. Each month they’ll receive an “episode” filled with documents and clues to help crack the case. It’s a fun family activity, parents can play once baby is safely tucked in bed.
Buy it: $165, HuntaKiller.com
Give the gift of American Wagyu with this collection of four fantastic steaks. This package includes tender filet mignon and mouth-wateringly meaty sirloin—plus a seasoning from Jacobsen Salt Co. that’ll enrich the flavor of your meal.
Buy it: $145, SnakeRiverFarms.com
Here’s a last-minute Father’s Day gift that’s sure to impress: A ResortPass gift card. With ResortPass you can browse 600 awesome hotels across 30 US states. The credit never expires, and Dad can use it to book a daycation, golf trip or even put it towards a family adventure.
Buy it: Starting from $50, ResortPass.com
The first year of parenthood is full of life lessons. And for those who still have a lot to learn, there’s this tongue-in-cheek “survival” manual for new dads. The slim volume is full of MacGyver-esque tips and no-nonsense advice on how to babyproof, change diapers and survive the first 365 days of parenthood.
Buy it: $13, Amazon.com
A diaper bag is an essential bit of kit for new dads. And this durable backpack is perfect for hauling all of baby’s gear. The military-grade bag has a roomy interior, double bottle pockets and a changing mat.
Buy it: $140, Amazon.com
Cookies by Design offers same-day delivery on tons of tasty treats. We’re drooling over the gourmet tin, which contains 12 freshly baked cookies. The only possible downside? Same-day and next-day delivery is limited to certain areas. Enter your zip code on the site to see if it’s available in your area.
Buy it: $34, CookiesbyDesign.com
How sweet is this photo frame that tracks the progression from the first ultrasound to baby’s arrival? The frame has space for three photos and is the perfect keepsake to decorate Dad’s desk. Heartfelt last-minute Father’s Day gifts are always winners in our book.
Buy it: $15, Amazon.com
Email gift cards for dads are a good option when you don’t have much time to shop around. Outdoor Voices offers comfy yet cool activewear that’s suitable for the gym and the school run. The brand sells digital gift cards that can be redeemed online and in-store.
Buy it: Starting from $25, OutdoorVoices.com
Looking for last-minute Father’s Day gifts from baby? Take a peek at this sweet and affordable keychain. It has a baby footprint design and reads: “I’ve had my Daddy’s heart since the first time he heard mine”.
Buy it: $10, Amazon.com
Swanky Badger is home to plenty of personalized last-minute Father’s Day gift ideas. We like this adjustable leather bracelet that can be customized with a heartfelt message. Bonus: Use code THEBUMP10 to get 10 percent off.
Buy it: $30, SwankyBadger.com
Score some serious brownie points with an ESPN+ subscription, which gives Dad access to exclusive live sports, documentaries and more. Simply choose a delivery date, and ESPN will email the gift card with instructions on how to redeem it on the spot.
Buy it: $70 for an annual subscription, ESPNPlus.com
Lugging baby (and all the gear that goes with them) can be tough on your body. The solution? A massager that uses percussive therapy to reduce inflammation, soothe sore muscles and relieve stiffness. Trust us, this last-minute Father’s Day gift will get plenty of use during the first few years of parenthood.
Give Dad the gift of a home-cooked meal with Hello Fresh. The meal delivery service sends fresh, pre-portioned ingredients along with step-by-step instructions straight to your door. Sign up or buy an e-gift voucher that will be delivered by email on your day of choice.
Buy it: Starting from $70, HelloFresh.com
Dollar Shave Club sells top-quality razors and skincare products made from natural botanicals. The brand has tons of gift sets to get Dad looking (and smelling) his best. However, shipping takes five to seven working days, so if you’re short on time go for an e-gift card instead. If you’re looking for last-minute Father’s Day gifts he’ll use daily, this one is for you.
Buy it: Starting from $25, DollarShaveClub.com
Ever heard of Pappy Van Winkle? You may not have—but this whiskey brand is the stuff of legend. This bestselling book tells the true-life history behind the Kentucky family that took the liquor world by storm.
Buy it: $17, Amazon.com
For truly virtual Father’s Day gifts, head to Masterclass. This online streaming service allows users to watch or listen to video workshops from top chefs, authors, musicians and business leaders. Dad will be delighted to receive an annual subscription to this clever platform.
Buy it: Starting from $15 per month, Masterclas.com
Budding gardeners will be delighted to receive this trio of house plants. The plants change seasonally and will arrive in grow pots ranging from 2.5" to 6" wide in diameter. Although The Sill don’t offer same-day shipping, you can avail of curbside pickup and local delivery in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Boston.
Buy it: $52, TheSill.com
Give Papa an all-access pass to Fender Play. New and returning guitarists can learn to play their favorite songs in a matter of minutes, thanks to the bite-sized video lessons. You never know, he may even reunite with his college band to play at baby’s first birthday party (don’t say we didn’t warn you!).
Buy it: Starting from $50, FenderPlay.com
If Dad prefers to listen to music, invest in a retro record player. The compact device is wireless and has a built-in carry case, meaning he can spin his favorite vinyl inside the house and in the backyard. Last-minute Father’s Day gifts don’t get much better than this.
Buy it: $49, Amazon.com
Here’s yet another food related present dads will love: A Goldbelly e-gift card. This online platform is home to hundreds of gift baskets put together by master chefs. Better yet, you can order from top-rated restaurants in your area (Think: Momofuko in New York and Chef Wolfgang Puck in Los Angeles).
Buy it: Starting from $25, GoldBelly.com
A VMP membership is the perfect present for seasoned collectors and folks that are new to the world of vinyl. Dad will be invited to choose his preferred genre (classics, essentials, country and hip-hop) and each month he’ll receive a record of the month—plus, exclusive extras like liner notes. And, if the monthly vinyl isn’t his jam, he can swap it out for something different. Talk about an awesome last-minute Father’s Day gift!
Buy it: $119 for a 3 month subscription, VMP.com
From mixology to tarot readings and tie-dye tutorials, Uncommon Goods offers virtual Father’s Day gifts to suit every interest. Our top pick? A one-hour lesson in sleight of hand with internationally renowned magician Ming Da.
Buy it: $25, UncommonGoods.com
Still searching for last-minute Father’s Day gift ideas for a new dad? Check out this camo-print baby carrier by Boppy. The ComfyFit is super-supportive and the yoga-inspired material stretches to fit all caregivers. Thanks to the two carrying options, it’s suitable for use from birth.
Harry and David offer two-day express shipping, making it a great place to buy last-minute Father’s Day gifts. This deluxe charcuterie hamper includes a mix of delicious cheese, cured meats and crackers to enjoy together.
Buy it: $90, HarryandDavid.com