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Father’s Day 2020: Cheap gifts under $50

Looking for a Father's Day gift on a budget? Check out these affordable gift ideas that will set you back just under $50.

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If you’re not looking to spend big 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.


Top Father's Day gifts under $50:

Sapiens : A Brief History of Humankind
Sapiens : A Brief History of Humankind

The Book Depository

Murdoch Books - 1001 Whiskies You Must Try Before You Die
Murdoch Books - 1001 Whiskies You Must Try Before You Die

David Jones

Riedel - Drink Specific Glassware Rock Glass Set of 2
Riedel - Drink Specific Glassware Rock Glass Set of 2

David Jones

Father's Day Blue Polaroid Photo Upload Mug
Father's Day Blue Polaroid Photo Upload Mug

Moonpig


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