5 Last-Minute Father’s Day Gift Ideas That Doesn’t Require Shipping

Happy Father’s Day! If you are a last-minute person and still haven’t gotten dad anything, we’ve got you covered with some last-minute ideas that don’t require any shipping. Because let’s be honest, the window for shipping has closed, and shopping might be limited in the age of COVID-19.

Don’t worry, there are a ton of e-gift cards and subscription-based options out there that can be delivered on the same day, as well as some same-day delivery options, depending on what dad likes.

Let’s check out some last-minute ideas:

1. MasterClass subscription ($180 for annual membership masterclass.com)

Is dad looking to learn something new? MasterClass offers classes for everyone, whether dad wants to learn how to write like Dan Brown or shoot like Steph Curry.

2. Send a bottle of wine or liquor (Prices vary drizly.com)

Drizly works much like DoorDash, but for alcohol. You can send dad a bottle of champagne, wine, or his favorite liquor, and the site will show what is available for same-day delivery.

3. Food

Here you have some options. You can make dinner for dad, book a table at his favorite restaurant if it is currently open, or you can grab a gift card for when coronavirus restrictions are lifted. Another great option is to use one of the food delivery sites (GrubHub, DoorDash, Postmates, etc.) and send dinner right to dad.

4. Amazon Gift Card (amazon.com)

No clue what to get dad? No worries, Amazon has you covered. Amazon offers customizable print at home gift cards so you can let dad pick out his own gift.

5. The Humidor ($25-$300) thehumidor.com

Dad into cigars? The Humidor offers gift cards that are sent via email. You don’t even have to print it! How much easier can it get?

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