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Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Gift Guide: Ten Father's Day gift ideas for dad that are under $50.

Since early April, this old Father's Day gift guide (link) has held it's spot in the top three most popular posts on R&W.  This gift guide was posted in 2016.  In other words, it's a little outdated.  To eliminate panic, I decided that I should post an updated Father's Day gift guide right away!


ten father's day gift ideas for dad that are under $50

Last year was one of my favorite Father's Days.  Instead of investing in a gift, I hosted a super tinyCOVID19 friendly barbecue.  I made a tray of sausage and peppers, blew up our inflatable pool, played an intense game of hide and seek, and then made s'mores over the fire pit.  While we were roasting marshmallows, my dad entertained us with his spooky tales of Sasquatch in the woods.  

If you're not inspired by my experience as in invest in memories instead of things and still want to invest in a gift, this guide should be super helpful!

unique and inexpensive gift guide for daddy


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Ten Father's Day gift ideas under $50.


Many of us reestablished our love for puzzles and creating during the lockdowns.  This is the perfect gift to feed that creativity.  Many find the creative process as a fun outlet to relieve stress.  As a double bonus, they'll be left with a lifelike car model.  The automobile loving dads out there would LOVE this gift.
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Many of the men in my life take great pride in their fig trees, especially when they have enough fruit to pass around.  For Father's Day, get the man in your life started with their very own fig tree.  If you're nice, he may even share a fig or two with you!
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Growing up, my dad would take us fishing every single Monday.  These are some of my fondest memories of my childhood.  Sometimes he even took our friends.  We'd cast out our fishing poles, throw down some crab cages, eat a bagel with cream cheese, and wait for a bite.  This would be the perfect gift this Father's Day so your special man can make similar memories with his family.
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My uncle brought these slippers up at a family gathering, and every man in the room expressed a desire to have a pair of their own.  The sandals are designed to pin point different areas of your foot in order to effect other areas of your body.  Of all the gifts, this one definitely wins for coolness.
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This is the perfect Father's Day gift for the dad's that love a homemade drink in the comfort of their own home.  This pretty set comes with a stand hello, organization, bar accessories, a cocktail shaker, and a little flip book of recipes.
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My father was after one of these so that he could take nicer pictures from his smartphone while hunting in a tree stand.  Not a hunter?  That's ok.  There's a million other reasons why this is the perfect gift for Dad on Father's Day.  One of them may be birdwatching..
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There's just something about a hammock that screams relaxation.  This hammock is budget friendly, large enough to hold a couple, and comes in two different neutral shades.
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This inexpensive Father's Day gift is perfect for those gassy dads with a good sense of humor!  Not going to lie, my immature sense of humor had me laughing way too hard at this one.
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These comfortable slip on shoes aren't just for women.  They make plenty of styles specially for men.  These specific shoes are a dark denim color with a brown trim, so they'll basically match anything.
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For the dads that enjoy manning the grill, this is the perfect Father's Day gift to surprise them with.  You can personalize the apron to say what you want with a picture of your choosing.  They'll think of you and smile every time they flip a burger.
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What's your favorite Father's Day memory?

8 comments :

  1. Great list of things I bet my husband would love. He's actually been wanting a foot bath for some time now, so I'll suggest that to our oldest when she waits until the last minute to text me and ask what she should get him LOL.

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    1. We had a foot bath in the basement for years because we never really had the time or energy to use it. My aunt took it so it would go to use, only to find out that ants made it their new home. Oh well! At least the ants enjoyed it.. LOL

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  2. We've had a small fig tree in the yard for about ten years and it never really yielded more than two or three little sad figs a year LOL That story about wasps living and dying in them just scares the fig out of me.
    I've never really had a father or a father figure in my life, so I don't have any pleasant memories either, sadly.

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    1. lol You forever ruined figs for me with that. In fact, I still burst out that little tidbit of knowledge whenever appropriate. hahaha

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  3. We have just never done much for Father’s Day, so it’s hard to think of a favorite memory. My son made a really cute mug in art class for his dad once. It featured Mr.Peanut, since my husband loves peanuts.

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    1. That's a cute one! Wasn't Robert Downey Jr. Mr. Peanut most recently? Idk why, but him as that cracks me up.

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  4. The World's Best Farter mug could go to my hubby and my boys 🤣 Last Father's Day was a really good one. We spent the day outside playing games, BBQ'd, and had fun with the kids. That's how we like it. This year, things will be a bit a different, but we're adapting.

    Elsie

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    1. Things are slowly getting back to normal here. I'm hoping after this Summer life may revert back. As long as all stay healthy, it's fine with me. :) I hope your adapted Father's Day is just as enjoyable!

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