12 last-minute Father's Day gifts that don't require shipping
Don't worry, there's still time to get a gift
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Father's Day is this Sunday, June 21—and if you haven't yet gotten a gift for Dad, there's still time. While it's too late to order some of the most popular Father's Day gifts to arrive by this weekend, there are a few that don't require any shipping. You can wait until the very last minute and still show up to Father's Day with a present in hand.
Below are 12 of the best last-minute gifts for Dad with no shipping, including a subscription to MasterClass, our favorite wine delivery service, and some of the most popular subscription boxes right now. Whether you print out your gift or have it delivered directly to your (or his) inbox, you'll be able to show Dad how much you love him this Father's Day—present included.
1. A meat delivery service like Crowd Cow
Burgers, steak, wings—if it's meat, Dad will eat it. Make him the happiest carnivore this Father's Day with a subscription to a meat delivery service like Crowd Cow. I've used Crowd Cow myself and am obsessed with how convenient it is and how delicious and high-quality all of the meat is. One of the best parts is that Crowd Cow only sources its products from independent ranchers and farmers who raise their livestock in a sustainable and ethical way without any added hormones or unnecessary antibiotics.
2. A monthly box from Dollar Shave Club
One of the best Father's Day gifts of 2020, Dollar Shave Club is the perfect blend of convenience and quality. With quarterly restock boxes, Dad will get a box full of everything he needs for the smoothest, closest shave, from super sharp razors to moisturizing shave cream. Bonus: You can also opt to include other must-have skincare products for Dad, like beard oil, shave butter, and acne eraser.
3. A MasterClass subscription
What do you get the dad who has everything? An All-Access Pass to MasterClass, for starters. He can take classes from some of his favorite celebrities on almost any topic, like cooking with Gordon Ramsay, basketball with Steph Curry, or comedy with Robin Williams. Our editor-in-chief (who also happens to be a dad!) has used MasterClass himself and says the classes are inspiring, interesting, and, most importantly, self-paced so Dad can learn on his own time.
4. A hot sauce subscription box
If your dad is of the belief that everything tastes better when it's drenched in Sriracha, then a hot sauce subscription box is the gift for him. Fuego Box is one of the most popular options, thanks to its wide variety of small-batch craft hot sauces in everything from mild to "pain-seeker." Dad will get three bottles delivered every month plus a tasting notebook so he can keep track of all his favorites.
5. Our favorite wine delivery service: Firstleaf
Bars might be closed but Dad can still enjoy happy hour at home with a boozy subscription service like Firstleaf. Every month, he'll get a curated selection of six bottles of wine delivered right to his front door, so he doesn't even have to leave his house (so convenient!). One of our editors tried out Firstleaf and loved that the wines—from reds to whites to rose—were all high-quality and delicious and that you could personalize your picks based on your tastes.
6. A subscription to Kindle Unlimited
For the dad who is a voracious reader, sign him up for Kindle Unlimited. He'll have instant access to thousands of e-books, audiobooks, magazines, and podcasts so he can read (or listen) anytime, anywhere. And no worries if Dad doesn't have an actual Kindle—he can use the Kindle Unlimited app on almost any device, including his phone, tablet, or laptop.
7. An REI membership
Whether he camps, hikes, runs, or simply loves anything that involves being outdoors, Dad will benefit from a membership to REI's Co-Op program. For just $20 for life (!!), he'll get plenty of perks including discounts on rentals and classes, special sales, and invitations to exclusive events (post-quarantine, of course) like member hikes and hangouts at breweries. However, the biggest benefit of all is that he'll get an annual dividend from the Co-Op, which is 10% back on any purchase he makes at REI.
8. Gift cards
Gift cards are a popular present for a reason—they let your giftee choose whatever it is they actually want (so you don't end up getting Dad yet another tie that will sit in the closet unused for years). Whether it's to Amazon, Target, Walmart, or their favorite retailer, many gift cards can be ordered online and either printed out or delivered instantly via e-mail.
9. The best coffee subscription: MistoBox
If Dad relies on a strong cup of coffee to make it through his day, he'll love a subscription to MistoBox, which delivers delicious java right to his doorstep. After reviewing some of the top coffee subscription services, our experts found MistoBox to be the best overall. Each box contains some of the freshest-roasted, highest-quality coffee and we liked that you (or Dad!) can curate your own mix of blends and flavors based on your personal preferences.
10. A monthly underwear and sock delivery from MeUndies
There's no such thing as having too much underwear or too many pairs of socks—and that's why Dad will appreciate a subscription to MeUndies, which will deliver a high-quality pair of their Instagram-famous underwear or socks to his home each month. One of Reviewed's writers swears by MeUndies, saying they're hands-down the softest underwear he's ever owned (or worn!).
11. A subscription to ClassPass
Dad bod? Not for this guy. If you've got a dad who's more into running marathons than Netflix marathons (or just a dad who wants to be that dad), give him a subscription to ClassPass. The popular group fitness app has thousands of on-demand workout classes taught by professional trainers, from boxing to yoga to HIIT. He can even attend livestream classes anywhere in the world right from his own living room.
12. Homemade treats
Dad have a bit of a sweet tooth? Treat him to some homemade goodies baked with love by you (and your family members if they're around!). Not only will he appreciate an excuse to indulge in a deliciously fudgy brownie or a chewy chocolate chip cookie, but he'll be really touched knowing that you went through all that effort just for him.
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