Say goodbye to neckties this Father’s Day
With Father’s Day coming up on June 21, it’s time to start planning what you will do to thank all the amazing men in your life. Whether you are celebrating your dad, stepdad, grandfather, or husband, you don’t need to spend a lot of time to shopping to make Dad feel loved and appreciated. To kick start your search for the perfect present, we’ve curated a Father’s Day Gift Guide that will elevate your gifting game beyond the standard necktie.
Father’s Day Gift Guide
The Sportsman: From playing a game of pick-up basketball in the backyard to a round of golf at a nearby course, a Muse headband will help dad keep his mental game on point so he can continue being the great sport he is. Want to win a Muse headband? Find out how.  
The Beverage Connoisseur: Give your father a caffeine kick with a monthly coffee bean delivery subscription from transcend. Think he might need something a little stronger? Hop Dawgs sells everything he needs to make his own handcrafted beer at home.
The Gadget Guy: This Father’s Day, surprise him with a Pebble Smartwatch that will track his fitness, and serve up text notifications and emails at a glance. Pebble Smartwatches are also water-resistant up to 50 meters and only require charging about every seven days or so. 
The Musical Man: Buy dad a new set of head phones from Best Buy so he can listen to his favourite old-school tunes in a whole new way. Or pick up a Bose SoundLink that offers a booming bass so he can share his favourite songs with you.
The Fashion Forward Man: You can make the father of your kids look handsome from head to toe with Kiel’s Facial Fuel Energizing Face Wash from The Bay, and these stylish yet comfortable shoes fromRoots.
The Gourmand: Get a gourmet snack basket from Brika. Dads, grandfathers, husbands and uncles will be oh-so-pleased to munch their way through snacks like popcorn, potato chips, crunchy pickles, small-batch home-baked cookies and other dad-dee-licious treats.
Affordable Ways to Celebrate
Don’t have a big budget? A nice hand written card or gesture, like a car wash or organizing a family game night, will always make Dad feel loved. Or, split the cost of a gift or a meal. Get your siblings to chip in with the PayPal app. It’s free when you send money with PayPal if you use your bank account or PayPal balance.

Kerry Reynolds, Head, Consumer Marketing, PayPal Canada

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