Not sure what to give your dad for Father’s Day? You can’t go wrong with monthly gifts for dads! Subscription services have evolved from the old gift-of-the-month trend. Nowadays, subscription boxes come in a large variety, so you can easily find one that matches your father’s personal tastes and interests. They are literally the gifts that keep on giving and every month your dad will be treated with an awesome surprise.
Listed below are just four monthly gifts for dads for you to consider this Father’s Day.
- Cooper & Kid. This subscription box is perfect for dads who want to spend more time bonding with their kids. Every three months, a themed Cooper Kit will arrive with toys for dad and kids to build together. There are also activities, books, and even recipes. Here’s one example kit called, “How Things Fly,” which included a catapult toy, sky lantern activities, a storybook about a fly and airline-inspired recipes. This gift can literally bring fun to the whole family.
- SprezzaBox. Style gift-of-the-month subscriptions like this one are perfect for dapper dads. Each box includes a tie, socks, and other accessories such as pocket squares, sunglasses, lapel pins, and tie clips. The gift boxes also include special bonuses such as cigar cutters, wallets, corkscrews, and leather cleaner.
- TeeBlox. Does your dad like to keep his wardrobe casual? Is he also a major fan of geek culture (video games, comics, sci-fi series, etc…)? If so, consider getting him a subscription to a company like TeeBlox. Just choose his favorite genre and t-shirt size and every month a “premium licensed shirt and two super awesome free gears” will arrive at his doorstep. You can learn more here.
- Mantry. For dads into trendy foods, there is Mantry, the subscription service that sends “top artisan” treats and recipes directly to his door. Each box has a theme such as “Tailgate Tour,” which features “sweet heat” pecans and special black bean dip or “Bourbon BBQ,” which features chipotle popcorn and Vermont smoke and cure pepperoni. Plus, everything in the box is made in America. Check out their website to find out more.