9 Last-Minute Father's Day Gifts Dad Will Love

We've rounded up gifts that will get to your dad in no time!

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June 14, 2021
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Father's Day is right around the corner. Whether he loves to cook or just eat, we've rounded up some great options for your food-loving dad that promise a quick delivery. Keep him stocked on coffee and barbecue with a subscription service, or have his favorite spirit delivered in a matter of hours. No matter what you pick, he'll certainly feel the love this holiday.

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If your dad can't wait to hit the grill this summer, make sure he is ready with all the meats he'll want to cook. This assortment comes with four 5-ounce filet mignons, four 6-ounce boneless pork chops, four boneless chicken breasts, four 5.3-ounce filet mignon burgers, four 3-ounce jumbo franks, four potatoes au gratin, four caramel apple tartlets and one jar of signature seasoning. It's perfect for a couple big meals for the family.

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Start Father's Day off the right way with a delicious breakfast from a New York City staple. This breakfast set comes with enough to feed 12 with your choice of bagel flavor and cream cheese and one pound of lox.

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$49.99

Sure, it's summer now. But once winter rolls back around, dad might want to have a way to take his grilling inside. Plan ahead for him with this indoor smokeless grill, which ships in just two days with an Amazon Prime membership. The first really rainy night of summer, your dad is going to be thankful for this gift.

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Give dad the gift that keeps on giving — a subscription to a wine club. He'll simply take a quiz to get an idea of what wine he'd like best, and Winc tailors four bottles of wine to match his taste per month. You simply can't go wrong with this gift.

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If Dad's day doesn't start without a cup of coffee, make sure he never runs out with a coffee subscription. Through Trade, he'll get a personalized selection of coffee from top roasters in the country, meaning he'll be able to have some stand-by favorites delivered and try some new options.

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$36.99

For the dad who loves to add some spice to his food, keep everything organized for him with this electric spice grinder. All of his spices store in separate containers, and the electric grinder attaches to each to make spicing up any meal easier than ever.

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Set your dad up with a summer of barbecue with this subscription service through Goldbelly. Choose either a three- or six-month subscription, and your dad will get a variety of barbecue meats delivered straight to their door, with options including Los Angeles' Revered Bludso’s BBQ Rip Tips, North Carolina's King's BBQ Ribs & Pulled Pork or Memphis Legend Central BBQ's Dry Rub Ribs.

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Thanks to Drizly, it's easier than ever to have alcohol delivered in under an hour. And, that means, if your dad is a fan of wine, whiskey or any other type of alcohol, you can have their gift ordered and delivered in no-time.

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