Last Minute Father’s Day Gifts

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Father’s Day is Sunday June 21, 2020

It’s time to show your appreciation for Dad for Father’s Day on June 21, 2020.  If you haven’t shopped yet, (and some of us haven’t) there’s still time to pick you something special for Dad. There are also some deals and freebies at restaurants that you might want to check out. Here’s The Recessionista’s list of last minute gift ideas deals and freebies.

Nordstrom Men's Half-Yearly

The Nordstrom Men’s Half-Yearly sale is on.


The Nordstrom Men’s Half-Yearly Sale is on offering savings of 40%.  If Dad hates to shop for clothes, this is a good time to pick up a quality item for him on the sale, or a gift card so he can shop during the sale.  Check your local Nordstrom store to see if you can order online and pick-up at the store.


Other retailers with sales include Old Navy and Ted Baker.
Old Navy has a great selection of cheap & cheerful Tees you can order for Dad!


For gift cards you can email to Dad, look for savings  electronics, music or books. has a great selection of items you can buy and send Dad an e-gift card about.


Kohl’s has everything for Dad, from Food Network items, clothes, grills & patio gear.

Spa:  Go to and get your Dad a gift card for a massage.

Deals on Food & Coffee

  • Starbucks Get a Starbucks e-Gift card for Father’s Day.
  • Omaha Steaks  Omaha Steaks is offering the special deals on dinner for Father’s Day Dinner that includes two (24 oz.) T-Bone steaks, steakhouse fries, caramel apple tars and Omaha Steaks signature blend seasoning.
  • Restaurant Gift Cards: On sale at Costco, your local grocery store or via the restaurant’s own website. Pick-up a gift card to get Dad a meal out at his favorite place.

So if you haven’t shopped for Dad yet, there’s still time.   Do some late night dot com buying or hit the stores tomorrow with this list of deals.


Since 2008, Mary Hall has been the author of The Recessionista Blog, which is read by thousands of regular readers in over 160 countries. An internationally recognized expert on the art of the living the good life for less, she has been a commentator on local, national, and international radio and TV shows. Her advice has been featured in over 2,000 media outlets, including The New York Times, Reuters, Life & Style magazine, ABC News, NBC News and now The Huffington Post, among many others.