Father’s Day gift-giving can be stressful, especially for men who have everything.
With the rise of virtual shopping, subscription boxes have become a popular way to remind Dad you’re thinking of him all year long.
Here are the best subscription boxes for a last-minute Father’s Day gift.
Marketed as “boxes for people who give a damn,” Bespoke Post has a subscription box for dads with a variety of interests. Some examples of Bespoke Post’s subscriptions are the “Weekender” bag, useful for the dad who travels; the “Terra” knife set for the outdoorsy dad; and the “Carbon” box, dedicated to establishing a skincare routine for men. Each set is priced at $55 ($45 for club members).
“Free bacon for life.” That is the tagline associated with Butcher Box, the subscription site for meat enthusiasts. Customers can choose from four curated boxes or create their own custom box. Curated Classic size boxes come with 8-11 pounds of meat — enough to make 24 meals for $129. The Big Box size includes 16-22 pounds of meat to make 48 meals for $238.
Custom boxes include 9-14 pounds of meat (30 meals) in the Classic box size for $149, or 18-26 pounds of meat (60 meals) in the Big Box size for $270. All boxes come with free shipping.
If your dad deserves a steak dinner, send it to his front door this Father’s Day. Omaha Steaks offers Father’s Day themed delivery options. A “Build Your Own Father’s Day Package” allows customers to choose one steak, one burger, one chicken, one sausage and one seasoning. Everything needed to create a savory entree will ship for $169.99.
Nothing says “I love you” like a bouquet of jerky. Or at least that’s how subscribers of the Carnivore Club feel. If you’re looking for a unique way to show your dad how much he means to you, send him a box from this meat-centric subscription service. The Father’s Day Artisanal Gift Box is a seasonal special for $59.99. The box comes with Holy Cow Red Bear Whole Salami (6 oz); When In Rome Red Bear Whole Salami (6 oz); Sharp Cheddar Cheese (4 oz); Smoked Swiss Cheese (4 oz); Garlic and Pepper Mustard (140 ml); Rustic Bakery Olive Oil and Sel Gris Organic Sourdough Flatbread Bites (4 oz).
The classic subscription box, which comes with four to six premium cured meats monthly, is $44.99 plus $9.99 shipping per box. The subscription promises exclusive access to salamis, prosciuttos and bacon monthly.
Beer gift baskets are the new wave in Father’s Day gift-giving thanks to GiveThemBeer.com.
From IPAs to lagers to stouts, the site’s beer experts hand-picked “every microbrew to please even the most selective connoisseurs.” Variety packs, depending on the recipients preferences, are on sale for $80-$130. One of the best sellers, according to the site, is “Dad’s Favorite Beer Gift Basket” for $79. It comes with the best IPAs of 2021, including Blue Moon, Bud Light and Budweiser.
If the dad in your life appreciates a variety of beer, he will appreciate a Craft Beer Club subscription. Customers can choose an ongoing beer club membership or Craft Beer Club gifts to ship monthly, every-other-month or quarterly. A subscription earns up to three bonus gifts and $30 off. The subscription costs $44.75 per month.
This subscription box prides itself on having no membership fee, free shipping and requires zero commitment from its customers. Cellar’s Wine Club specializes in finding great wines from around the world for an excellent value. The site gives you the option to choose what kind of wine you like best, and makes a basket that speaks to your interests. The Cellar’s Wine Club starts at $29 per bottle and shipping is included.
If you want to keep the dad in your life guessing, get him a subscription to Winc. The wine subscription bases its monthly shipment on six questions to help assess the recipient’s unique tastes. If customers continue to rate the wines they receive, recommendations improve. Winc is currently offer four bottles for $29.95.
If you’re looking for a custom gift, Man Crates is the go-to. The site has a variety of themes and interests for dads who enjoy sports, drinking, outdoor activities and DIY projects. Crates are $59.99 and up, depending on the size and theme you choose.
Telling your dad he needs to shave his beard just got easier. Subscription boxes centered on keeping up with male grooming are available from Dollar Shave Club, offering blades, shaving creams, gels and scrubs. The “Shave Kit Set,” including five original Shave Club items, is $35.
Birchbox has a monthly beauty box. Customers receive a monthly package with a mix of five deluxe samples from a variety of categories — all handpicked by the Birchbox team, matched to the unique needs customers supply, and paired with helpful tips on how to use them. Shipping is included with the price of a subscription: $10 per month on a monthly plan; $60 for a six-month plan and $110 for a year.
Whether you are purchasing for a granddad, or a new dad, CrateJoy has customizable gifts ready to ship. Some of the most popular crates are the Grill Masters Club box with BBQ cooking items put together by professional pit masters ($24.99 per month); the Vinyl Record Club box with six records ($19.99 per month) and The Deadbolt Mystery Society Monthly Box, which has an “escape room” experience for ($21.67 per month).
This one is for the tech-loving dad. Each BreoBox contains hand-packed tech items, curated by professionals who choose the best five to eight items for customers monthly. The items typically revolve around everyday essentials, fitness/health and tech, curated to fit the season. A gift box is $159, or subscriptions are $309 for two boxes; $449 for three and $589 for four.
Is your dad a coffee addict? Blue Bottle Coffee has a subscription box for even the most intense caffeine needs. From cold brew sets to coffee from around the country, this subscription celebrates coffee. The set with “a little bit of everything” is the Blue Bottle Coffee x Timbuk2 Sabbatical Kit for $275. The set is a traveling case for professional coffee equipment, marketed as a “barista-level setup that gives you all the tools for a cafe-quality coffee on the road.”
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