Last Minute Father's Day Gifts You Don't Have To Ship
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Father's Day is June 20, so unless you've already bought Pops a gift or have a special connection at the post office or something, you're too late. Don't worry: You don't have to scramble to make friends with your weird mail carrier (they probably don't have the hookup anyway). We've rounded up a number of gift ideas that don't require shipping, and if you use the code WELOVEDAD at checkout, you even get an extra 20% off. We procrastinators gotta stick together.
Rezi Résumé Software: Pro Lifetime Subscription, $23.20 (reg. $540) with code WELOVEDAD
Whether Dad's industry was hit hard by the pandemic or he's just ready to finally pursue his dream as an ice cream taster, give him a leg up with Rezi. This innovative résumé software helps you overhaul your résumé, beat ATS algorithms, and get to the top of every recruiter's pile.
Slidebean Presentation Software: Lifetime Subscription, $23.99 (reg. $480) with code WELOVEDAD
Make the Big Presentation easier for your dad with Slidebean, the user-friendly tool that lets you make full presentations with just a click. Just add the content you want to showcase, and Slidebean automates a beautiful design to save you hours of time better spent spying on the neighbors or watching old episodes of Friends.
VPN Unlimited Lifetime + PlayStation Plus 1-Yr Subscription Bundle, $39.99 (reg. $258) with code WELOVEDAD
Relive his glory Duck Hunt days and keep your very online dad safe at the same time with a one-year subscription to PlayStation Plus and one of the world's top-rated VPNs so a bunch of precocious hacklings don't break his stride.
Degoo Premium: Lifetime 2TB Backup Plan, $47.99 (reg. $1,200) with code WELOVEDAD
Give dad a safe space to store all those family photos and videos with Degoo, which offers a simply stupid amount of secure cloud storage space and the tools to manage files seamlessly. He probably won't need 2TB of space in his whole life, but hey, it's worth a shot.
Ultrahuman Holistic Fitness App: Lifetime Subscription, $63.99 (reg. $399) with code WELOVEDAD
If Dad has made noises about putting down the beer and pizza or just begun slapping his belly disconcertingly, help him out with Ultrahuman, the award-winning fitness platform that also helps people workout more efficiently, optimize their sleep, develop a meditation practice, and develop a healthier diet -- all in one. You know how much he hates a crowded app screen.
Studio SWEAT onDemand: 1-Yr Subscription, $79.20 (reg. $248) with code WELOVEDAD
Don't get Dad a Peloton -- he'll think you want something. Try Studio SWEAT onDemand (SSoD) instead. From cycling and kickboxing to HIIT, strength training, and more, he'll turn into Jillian Michaels practically overnight, no suspicion necessary.
SelectTV Streaming App: Lifetime Subscription, $79.99 (reg. $478) with code WELOVEDAD
As we've established, dads hate crowded app screens, so get him SelectTV, which organizes all of the web's entertainment into the world's most comprehensive digital media guide, managing more than two million video links every day. Less time flipping between services means more time yelling about the Great British Bake-Off.
Blinkist Premium: 2-Year Subscription, $79.99 (reg. $383) with code WELOVEDAD
If you've got a history dad but also a short-on-time dad, he's probably got a "to read" stack that's getting rather precarious, so help him get through his reading list with Blinkist. This ingenious app brings you the key ideas from top nonfiction books and podcasts in audio and text explainers that are designed to be consumed in just 15 minutes. Currently, it contains more than 4,500 bestselling titles across 27 categories, so he's bound to find something to bore you with.
Babbel Language Learning: Lifetime Subscription, $239.20 (reg. $499) with code WELOVEDAD
Help your dad become a true dad on vacation with Babbel, the top-grossing language software with an expert-developed curriculum that focuses on bite-sized lessons that dad can take anywhere at any time. Then swing by Target and pick him up some socks and sandals to wear in Japan once he's finished. He's earned it.
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