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In case you weren’t paying attention, Father’s Day is almost here – it’s Sunday, June 20. I wish you’ve already made your way through our extensiveand found Pop the perfect thing. If not, well, it’s time to start considering freebies that aren’t dependent on shipping.
Don’t be afraid – I’ve rounded up some great last-minute Father’s Day gifts that you can give almost instantly.
Atlas Coffee Club
If Dad likes coffee, I’m pretty sure he will love it. Atlas Coffee is a subscription service that delivers beans from countries around the world. In the past, I have enjoyed beers from countries like Burundi, Costa Rica, and Indonesia.
Get the Java party started with code CNETTY, which gives you the first bag for free – you only pay the $ 5 shipping fee. Subsequent months cost $ 14 per bag, plus shipping. And the gift can last as long as you like.
How do you “give away” something that won’t arrive for a few weeks? Simple: print a nice picture of, say, Costa Rica and tell dad that coffee is on the way.
Help Dad fulfill his musical aspirations with Yousician, offering on-demand music lessons on guitar, bass, ukulele, piano, and vocals. Gift subscriptions are available for one, three, or 12 months. And promo code CNET25 Reduces the price of any of them by 25%.
Do you think Dad might like Bob Iger’s leadership lessons? Or Carlos Santana’s guitar instruction? How about Steph Curry’s ball handling techniques? MasterClass is home to all of that and more, and while the $ 180 annual membership fee may seem steep, it’s a gift that lasts for a whole year, not just a Sunday.
Plus, a current buy one get one promotion means your $ 180 buys you two subscriptions: one for you to keep and one to give to Dad. Or maybe one for dad and one for a graduate? Your call.
Golf outings, skydiving, beer tastings, escape rooms – many of the fun and relaxing things that disappeared in 2020 will be back in 2021. Groupon makes it easy to gift Dad experiences, and many of them are on sale right now. as companies reopen and seek to attract customers.
Is Dad the outdoor, adventurous type? Consider giving her the gift of an outdoor adventure, courtesy of 57hours. The company offers guided tours, walks, lessons, etc. They are expensive, but you can contribute a gift card starting at $ 100.
Does dad love to read? (I knew it was cool). Why stop at just one book or magazine when you can gift her a large quantity of both? Scribd is a subscription service that costs $ 9.99 per month, a price that includes unlimited access to Scribd’s library of e-books, audiobooks, sheet music, magazine articles, and more. You can give a six-month gift subscription for $ 50 or a year for $ 100.
Any other great last minute gift ideas to share? You already know the exercise: List them in the comments!
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