48 Last-Minute Father's Day Gifts to Scoop Up

He'll never even know you left it until now.

selection of father's day gifts including cartier perfume and headphones
(Image credit: By Brittany Holloway-Brown / Courtesy of Brands)

Let's not say you procrastinated. Rather, you simply forgot that Father's Day is coming up on June 20 because you've been so caught up in what to get the OG guy in your life, and, well, we're still very much in the middle of a pandemic. Save yourself the time and stress with these last-minute Father's Day gift ideas, below, that are totally worth the express two-day shipping fee or rushed in-store pickup. Whether he's into sports, art, fitness, tech, or cooking, there's a Father's Day gift idea for everyone on this list. 

We've even taken the time to break all of the best Father's Day gifts down by their price point. Most of the items on this list are priced at under $100, but there are a few pricier items on this list, too, from brands like Apple (because he needs the brand-new AirPod over-the-ear headphones!), Loro Piana (because he loves to watch Succession and has been trying to emulate the Roy family's larger-than-life style lately), and Mejuri (because a classic gold chain necklaces are never not a great gift for your very stylish dad.) I've even bought some of the gifts on this list for my own father, so consider them officially dad-approved.

Keep scrolling to shop all of my favorite last-minute Father's Day gifts, and prepare to become his new favorite child for the rest of 2023. 

Last-Minute Father's Day Gifts $50 and Under

Last-Minute Father's Day Gifts $200 and Under

Last-Minute Father's Day Gifts Under $500

Last-Minute Father's Day Gifts Under $1000

Rachel Epstein

Rachel Epstein is a writer, editor, and content strategist based in New York City. Most recently, she was the Managing Editor at Coveteur, where she oversaw the site’s day-to-day editorial operations. Previously, she was an editor at Marie Claire, where she wrote and edited culture, politics, and lifestyle stories ranging from op-eds to profiles to ambitious packages. She also launched and managed the site’s virtual book club, #ReadWithMC. Offline, she’s likely watching a Heat game or finding a new coffee shop. 

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