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Father’s Day should be a day to show your Dad your appreciate for everything he does and has done for you. However, unlike Mother’s Day when you can purchase some nice wine, flowers, or pamper treats for your Mum with total confidence that she will love them every time, Dads can be more difficult.
Most Dads won’t have a clue what they want, and there is only so many times that you can buy whiskey, beer and bad ties. For anyone who is struggling for Father’s Day gift inspiration, we’ve created a list of present ideas depending on the things your Dad does or enjoys the most;
• Office Dad – if your Dad spends most of his time at work, why not buy him a nice tie and matching cufflinks, funky socks, or something funny / sentimental for his desk e.g. a mug or photo frame. Alternatively, think about things which might get him out of the office and allow him to relax, for example an activity or experience day.
. Gadget Dad – if your Dad is really into his gadgets, why not treat him (perhaps getting your Mum or siblings to pitch in) to an IPad, IPod or latest Sat Nav? A gift like this will definitely go down well with practical Dads, as he will be able to use it all year round.
. Sporty Dad – if your Dad loves football, racing, rugby or if sport in general is his passion, why not give him the ultimate sports fan holiday and buy him tickets to an away game somewhere nice? He can watch his favourite team and enjoy a weekend away.
. DIY Dad – if your Dad is the type who can’t sit still and spends all his spare time doing odd jobs, why not buy him a new set of tools? Or perhaps something nice for the garden? You could even buy him a new project, for example a nice planter where he can grow flowers, fruit, veg or herbs?
. Cultural Dad – if your dad loves culture and history, why not really show your appreciation for him by getting him a weekend away, somewhere like Germany, Italy or France? Somewhere he can relax and explore.
Just remember, if you do purchase your Dad a holiday or trip, make sure he invests in adequate travel insurance before he departs. For more information on quality and affordable travel insurance, visit Holidaysafe.co.uk.Please note, Holidaysafe's online prices automatically include a 15% discount against our Customer Service Centre prices.
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