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Gift Certificates for Dad

Jun 10, 2010

Dads sure can be tricky to buy for! They always make it seem like they’ve already got everything they could ever need or want. Sometimes, when you ask what kind of gift they’d like for Father’s Day, they just tell you to be good or clean your room or help your mom or stop fighting with your brother or sister! Here’s our list of the best gift certificates to get dads that are impossible to shop for!

No. 1: Hardware Store

Face it: lots of dad like tools and tooling around the house. If your dad’s a Mr. Fix-it, go to your local hardware store and ask to purchase a gift card for your father.

No. 2: Music

We have yet to meet a dad who doesn’t love rocking out in the car while he’s driving. Whether he’s a rock-n-roll fan or just as into Justin Bieber as you are, get him a gift certificate to a music store or, better yet, to an online song store like iTunes.

No. 3: Books

Reading might not be YOUR fave thing to do, but if it’s something your dad does often, let him pick out his own library by getting him a gift card to a bookstore. There’s probably one by your house, or you can always get him credit at an online book seller like Amazon.

No. 4: Food

We all gotta eat! Get your dad a gift certificate to his fave restaurant or dessert place. You can even buy gift cards and load them up with dollars at the regular coffee shop he stops by every day before work!

No. 5: Events

OK, so this one’s more like a ticket than a certificate, but if you know of a major event that coming to our city or town in the near future, why not cop a pair of seats to it for you and your dad? It could be a baseball game or a concert or even just a movie – spending time with your dad is something he’ll probably appreciate more than anything you can buy him!

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