Frugal Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Father’s Day Gift Ideas.

Dinner Or Lunch

Dinner or lunch is always a great way to celebrate dad. I’m sure he would appreciate the night/afternoon off from cooking and cleaning up, right? Many places offer some type of promotion on Father’s Day, such as dad’s meal for free or free dessert. Check around for the best deal!

Write A Letter

Write a letter to your dad, reliving all of the wonderful memories you have with him and all of the things you have learned from him. Tell him how much you love him and what he means to you.


Bake a big cake in his favourite flavour and give him the first piece.

Photo Album

Dad’s love pictures just as much as mom’s do, so why not make your dad a family photo album filled with pictures of all of the people he loves?

Clean The Car

Clean out the car, vacuum and wash the outside. Dad will sure love to get into a shiny, clean car – without having to clean it himself!

Yard Work

Mow the lawn, pull the weeds – all of the stuff that dad does outside – do it for him! He will appreciate that he gets a break from the yard work.

Garage Clean Up

Spend a few hours completely cleaning out the garage for your dad. Scrub the floors (YES, REALLY!), wipe down tools and cabinets and work spaces. Put everything away so it’s nice and clean and organized.

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  1. Nicki says:

    Just another idea for you!…. I’m new, but I LOVE your site!

    Get some other dad’s and friends together for a pick-up match of your favourite game. Baseball, soccer, football, pick dad’s best sport and spend the day cheering him on. Don’t forget some hot dog’s, burgers and pop’s, as many of our city park’s already have BBQ’s, so you don’t even need to tote your’s along! Not only will he be thankful for the time with his friends, but he’ll spend the day with his favourite cheerleader’s, you, and your kids!

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