Father’s Day Gifts You Can Team Up For

June 01, 2014

Father’s Day Gifts You Can Team Up For

Remember how much your parents loved it when you played nicely with your siblings? Give them a chance to savor that feeling again by teaming up on a gift this Father’s Day. You can join forces to get one big-ticket item, or choose gifts that work together to create a little wow. Here are some ideas to get you started.

The BBQ Box Set


Summer is nearly in full swing which means one thing: Your pops has fired up the grill. Give him an upgrade this Father’s Day by going in on a group gift full of extras that he wouldn’t necessarily splurge for himself. Start with a six-piece set of stainless steel barbecue tools, add an insulated barbecue mitt, and then finish off the gift with a kitschy apron and a sauce set.

The Shave (Without a Haircut)


Putting together an old school barber’s kit can be surprisingly pricey. But split the gift with your brother and sister and you can treat dad to the ultimate shaving experience: a five-piece shave set plus a bottle of skin-softening after shave care.

The Amateur Oenophile


While you can’t give dad the cellar of his dreams, you can chip in for a wine fridge. This is a great group gift as most state-of-the-art options cost a couple hundred dollars or more. Look for something sleek, silent, and energy-efficient. If he’s short on space (hey, apartment living) invest in one he can wall mount.

The Timeless Classic


Your dad loves an excuse to dress up. However, gifting him a tie feels so elementary. And purchasing him a suit is too tricky of an endeavor. Instead, go in on a sleek time piece he can show off any time of the day. Include a watch box, so he has a safe place to store it.

The Health Nut


You’ve been begging your father to cool it with the burgers and fries and incorporate a few more veggies into his diet. Gift him a juicing package and he’ll no longer have an excuse. We’re talking a high-end juicer, recipe book, and to-go tumbler. This is a great gift to go in on with mom.

The Free-Time Filler


Retirement has your pops looking for hobbies to fill his time. Pool has always been his bar game of choice, so grab your siblings and go in on a billiards table. Stay on your mom’s good side by investing in one he can fold up and tuck away.

Happy Father’s Day!

Megan Mostyn-Brown

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