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Any time a gift-giving holiday rolls around, some last-minute shopping is always inevitable, and Father's Day is no exception. Luckily, waiting until the eleventh-hour doesn't mean you have to settle for a lousy gifts. In fact, not only is it still very possible to find something he actually wants that will arrive on time for his special day, you can might actually save some money in the process thanks to Father's Day sales aplenty.
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We've rounded up the best deals we could find on last-minute Father's Day gifts with guaranteed delivery by this Sunday, June 21. Keep scrolling to find eight incredible markdowns on some of our top-tested products, from Sony headphones to AncestryDNA kits.
1. Save $70: The best noise-canceling headphones on the market
For any audiophile dads out there, these Sony WH-1000XM3 over-ears will revolutionize the way he listens to music. Industry-leading, innovative and smart, we found them to provide such an immersive audio experience in testing, naming them the best noise-canceling headphones of 2020. The "adaptive sound control" feature in particular will help him tune out the world whenever he needs a little extra peace and quiet (or just wants to focus on his favorite Eagles record) whether at home or on his commute. While they normally retail for $348, right now, these headphones are marked down to just $278 at both Best Buy and on Amazon in the black and silver colors—a $70 discount. Just choose free shipping to get your order by Friday, June 19 or select free in-store pickup at your preferred Best Buy location.
2. $100 off: This best-selling Ryobi power tool set
DIY dads who are planning some home improvement projects this summer will surely appreciate this comprehensive Ryobi six-piece tool set. It includes all the power tools he'll need to tackle any woodworking job, including a circular saw, a reciprocating saw, an impact driver, a drill, a flashlight and a multi-tool adapter, along with two lightweight lithium-ion batteries and a charger, so he'll never run out of power. Once $299, Home Depot has just dropped the price on this already-affordable kit by $100, meaning you can snag the entire set for just $199. Opt for free in-store pickup or scheduled delivery to get it by this weekend.
3. Combo deal: This assortment of steaks from a trusted meal delivery service
If you're planning a cookout this Father's Day weekend, what better gift to present the old man with than some juicy cuts of meat to throw on the grill? Omaha Steaks is offering up a great deal for dad on a wide assortment of tender cuts and juicy filets, all of which are up to 50% off their original prices. Orders of $179 or more will also get free shipping, plus a complimentary set of four 4-ounce steak burgers. While today, June 16, is the last day for standard delivery to ensure on-time arrival, you can also select faster options, including express and rush shipping. Fun fact: My dad has been a loyal Omaha Steaks subscriber for years, and I can personally attest to the company's excellent, reliable service and high-quality meats.
4. $80 off: The latest and greatest Apple iPad
This year, why not treat dad this year to the best tablet we've ever tested, the 7th-generation iPad? With its 10.2-inch screen size, it'll be a game-changer for him to use while FaceTiming with family, watching ESPN on the go or following a new grill recipe outdoors. Plus, it's very intuitive and user-friendly—even for the dad who is terrible with technology. He shouldn't have too much trouble using it, as it’s essentially just like a giant iPhone but with a longer battery life: up to 10 hours, to be exact. Once $329.99, you can nab the 32GB model on sale for $249.99 at Best Buy in gold, space gray or silver, which is $80 off its usual asking price. (We also found it for $10 cheaper at just $239.99 at MicroCenter if you prefer to buy it there.) At Best Buy, however, you'll also get free two-day shipping or can select in-store pickup from your local store.
5. Save $40: This DNA testing kit we love
If your father’s ever been eager to discover more about his roots, AncestryDNA is just the thing to help him do so. Even better? Right now, you can save $40 on a basic AncestryDNA kit, as it's currently going for $59 instead of the usual retail price of $99. We’ve written a lot about AncestryDNA—from using its subscription service to building out full family trees that span back centuries—and we think it’s well worth a try for anyone who just wants to know more about where they come from.
Each kit comes with a test tube to hold your saliva and a pre-labeled return box with pre-paid shipping. Once Dad sends his sample over, it will be analyzed by AncestryDNA’s lab experts. About six to eight weeks later, a detailed report breaking down his heritage across more than 500 regions will be sent back his way. That’s where the fun really starts, because if Dad downloads the Ancestry app, he can stay up-to-date on new data as it changes (AncestryDNA is constantly refining results as more historical data becomes available) and identify potential relatives through DNA matching—and so much more. If you order directly from Amazon, you can get this kit by Father’s Day.
6. 25% off: This Disney+ bundle with ESPN
If you think this insanely popular streaming service is just for kids, think again. Whether Dad’s a Star Wars fanatic, loves the Marvel universe or just enjoys watching some of the great classics that he grew up with, Disney+ offers a little something for everyone. Right now, there’s also a great bundle deal you can take advantage of that will give him access to all of that plus Hulu and ESPN+ for just $12.99 per month. That's $5 less than what you’d usually spend on all three together, or 25% off total. Though this deal has been around for awhile, it makes for an especially good last-minute gift for Dad—especially if you’ve been unsure about what to get him.
7. Save up to 50%: Our favorite online printing service
You’ve had so many precious moments with Dad over the years, and this mega Shutterfly sale happening for Father’s Day is your chance to give him the picture-perfect treatment. From now through June 17, you'll get get 40% off everything on the site, plus an extra 10% off when you use the promo code EXTRA10 at checkout. As our all-round favorite online photo printing service, Shutterfly gives you access to plenty of incredible print options. Whether you opt for a large, portrait-style image or a smaller pics that will fit well inside his wallet, the company's photos are sure to turn out great, as Shutterfly specializes in bright prints that seem to pop. If you want your gift to arrive in time for the big day, simply opt for one of Shutterfly’s various expedited shipping methods: You still have time to order Rush and Super-Rush delivery if you order ASAP.
8. A web price low: One of the best meat thermometers we've ever used
If you've racked your brain and are still stumped about what to grab for Dad this Father’s Day, Lavatools' PT12 Javelin Digital Instant Read Meat Thermometer is one of the best digital meat thermometers we’ve ever tested and you can currently get it for just over $25 in time for Sunday. The discount isn’t huge—it’s 5% off its usual price of $26.99—but we think this is just such a great product that saving any kind of money on it rocks. In testing, it was nearly our best pick overall because of its ultra-accurate readings and built-in magnet, which makes it easy to put on the fridge and grab when you need it. It was edged out only by the Thermoworks Thermopop ($34), which was slightly faster at temperature readings (3 seconds flat!). But bully for you, the Lavatools PT12 (5 seconds) is currently cheaper, making for the better deal. We're sure Dad can think of something extra to do during those two seconds, anyway—perhaps brag about what a thoughtful gift this was?
9. Save 30%: A new coffee subscription from Peet's Coffee
Java-loving Dads know a thing or two about what constitutes good coffee. If he seems to have everything his bean-loving heart could ever need, a coffee subscription, like the one that's being offered from Peet's Coffee at a discount, is a great idea, as it'll give Pops something new to enjoy every month. New customers can get 30% off the first month here with promo code NEWSUB30 at checkout. Prices start at $16 per month for a Curated subscription (meaning Peet's will choose the coffee for you based on the results of this quiz) or $14.95 per month if you'd like to pick them out for Dad yourself. As with all Peet's Coffee subscriptions, it will ship out within 24 hours of roasting and you can pause or cancel at anytime.
Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.
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