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How to Spoil Your Dad on Father’s Day

Your dad probably doesn’t need an excuse to be spoiled, but it’s always nice to go the extra mile on Father’s Day. Now, he probably isn’t interested in getting another new tie or gag football gift, but fear not if you’re not sure how else to show your appreciation this year – we’ve got a whole host of brilliant ideas to make your dad feel like the king of the world.

Treat Him to his Favourite Food

Whether it’s his favourite home-cooked Shepherd’s Pie, a rare steak with chunky chips, a takeaway pizza, or a trip to his favourite restaurant, you can push the boat out with a choice of delicious meals that he’ll be bragging about with his other Dad friends. If you like, you can even cook with the kids for a personalised family experience he’s sure to enjoy.

Have a Movie Night

Gather together the family, some blankets, and a bucket of popcorn to sit back and watch his favourite film. You might not like the latest superhero movie, action-packed thriller, or horror movie, but allowing dad to watch his preferred genres with his favourite people will surely delight him.

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Give Pampering Gifts

Although your Dad might not be interested in bubble baths and spa days, he’ll still appreciate the gift of skincare, aftershave, or grooming essentials so he can stay looking his best. You could even add a pair of cufflinks or a new watch to the set to give him a new, sophisticated look with ease.

Homemade Crafts

Homemade gifts are a simple way to add a personal touch to the day, as you can take his personality and interests into consideration. You can make your own greetings card, trinket dishes out of clay, or mix your own barbecue rub into a charming presentation jar. No matter what you make him, Dad is sure to appreciate the effort you’ve gone to.

Ask Him What He Wants

Sometimes the best way to spoil someone is simply by asking them what they want to do. He can help you lead the day, so he’s getting exactly what he wants, and you’re safe knowing that Dad’s enjoying himself. Plus, sometimes, it’s the simple things that mean the most.

No matter how you choose to spoil your Dad this year, we have a wide variety of gift choices that's sure to make shopping a breeze.

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