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21 Last-Minute Gifts That Will Arrive By Father’s Day

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This year, Father’s Day falls on Sunday, June 20, which is just a few days away. We’ve been spending the past few weeks at the Strategist looking into the best Father’s Day gifts — including affordable options, fancy options, and gifts from Black-owned businesses, too. But by now, you’re probably just wondering if you can even get a gift delivered in time.

Fear not. To make things easier for you, we’ve pulled together a list of last-minute gifts across a range of price points. Order any of these today, and they’ll arrive by Father’s Day.

Under £10

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This pine-scented beard oil will keep him looking good for the family Zoom quiz.

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Strategist UK editor Ailbhe Malone says this solar fountain turned her garden into “a veritable North London Versailles.”

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For the dad that thinks the Times Concise crossword is too easy.

Under £15

This lemon-bright notebook is eye-catching enough not to get left on the kitchen table.

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Take him on a trip down memory lane with this new book exploring the periphery characters in the Beatles’ lives (it’s also available on Kindle, in case you leave it really late).

Bear Claws Meat Shredder

This meat shredder might prompt him to get the BBQ out more often.

Giant Pass the Pigs Set

This giant, inflatable version of one of our favourite games sees you chuck the pigs in the air and earn points based on how they land — and it’s surprisingly compelling.

Under £20

Give him this not-quite-a-seat, not-quite-a-cushion hybrid to make him comfy during a park picnic.


Just in time for Birkenstock season.

Under £50

Perfect for someone who has a lot of allotment pottering planned.

For the dad who lounges.

We love how neat this cafetiere-mug set is (as well as the striking yellow colour).

Under £100

Give his movie night an al fresco feel.

This trimmer comes recommended by Murdock barber Samuel Hickey. “It runs for 45 minutes on a full charge — ideal if you’ve got a lot of hair to work on.”

This “game-changing” massager would be good if your dad is still working from home at the kitchen table.

This electric toothbrush features five different brushing modes to choose from, including “sensitive” and “gum care.” Plus it’s a longtime Strategist favourite.

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21 Last-Minute Gifts That Will Arrive By Father’s Day