Father’s Day gifts under $50

Looking to buy dad something but are on a budget? Check out these Father’s Day gift ideas for $50 or less.

If you’re a little strapped for cash but still want to find a unique gift your dad will love on Father’s Day, this list is for you. Whether you’re trying to find sports gear, clothes, accessories, or even a fun activity you can do together to celebrate, this list caters to everyone. Our best tip? The old saying is true: it’s the thought that counts. If you can’t find a gift you’re really happy with, have a little brainstorm and figure out a fun way to spend the day together.

Sportswear and Fitness Gear

Callaway Golf Hat
Sealskinz Walking Sock
Cotswold Outdoor
Tommy Hilfiger belt

Clothing And Shoes

Penny Logo top
Peter Alexander
Nautical anchor t-shirt
Billabong Pulse X Board Shorts
City Beach
Byron Bay Check Shirt
Just Jeans
Men's pants
Cheap Monday Denim
David Jones
Levi's Tee
Just Jeans
Knit Hoodie
Daniel V Neck

Accessories and Gadgets

Skinny Tie
Leather Card Holder
Leather key organiser
Cotton Handkerchiefs
Mr Porter
Scented Candle & Crystal Set
Set of three notebooks
Mr Porter
Wood Whiskey & Wine barrel
Mosmann Australia


Whale Watching
Jet Boat Ride For 2

Father's Day deals for the money savvy

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Alex takes care of the travel section here at finder.com.au. If there's a new sale on tours or cruises, discounted flights or hotels, or anything else that can be on offer, she'll fill you in.

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