Q: What are you buying for your Dad for Father's' Day?

LokaFreeThings2
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I am trying to get ideas on what to get my father and help my sister buy for my brother-in-law for Father's Day. 

Has anyone purchased anything for Father's Day or know what they are getting?

Happy Father's Day to all of the Dad's! 
LokaFreeThings2 posted Jun 01, 2013
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erick99
My dad died a few years ago and Father's Day is a tough day for me. For you folks that still have your dad, buy him something really, really cool :)
erick99 (rep: 17.4k) posted Jun 01, 2013
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LokaFreeThings2
Aw @erick99 I'm so sorry:( I appreciate you sharing that. I will take your advice absolutely!
LokaFreeThings2 (rep: 2.96k) posted Jun 01, 2013
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amy58809
I will buy mobile phone for him
amy58809 (rep: 2) posted Jun 02, 2013
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tpark6283
I ordered my dad photo blocks...there are 4 of them that read one word of the phrases, " I love you pop-pop" and each block has a photo of my daughter and my daughter. I'll also probably add in a wawa gift card so he doesn't have to buy coffee for awhile :-)
tpark6283 (rep: 12.5k) posted Jun 02, 2013
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tpark6283
Not sure if u ever checked out etsy, depending on ur dads hobbies u might be able to get him some cool personalized items. For his birthday last month I got him personalized golf ball markers.
tpark6283 (rep: 12.5k) posted Jun 02, 2013
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WideAnglePhoto
Got my hubby a tablet, great deal on a refurb.... and got my Dad some cash to use for plants, as he enjoys landscaping.
WideAnglePhoto (rep: 31.3k) posted Jun 02, 2013
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gangstabarbie
i am giving him a $50 bill.
gangstabarbie (rep: 9.67k) posted Jun 02, 2013
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mrbob
a maid
mrbob (rep: 153) posted Jun 02, 2013
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lilywow
A built in navigation system for his car.
lilywow (rep: 8.33k) posted Jun 02, 2013
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deby32953
My Dad passed away when I was very young. My husband bought his own presents & gave to me to wrap for our 14 yr-old to give to him on Dad's Day. That's what we do on most holidays. My eldest son and the dad of 3 + 1 on the way, graciously put a wishlist on Amazon which I was able to select from! I highly recommend this to all! He wanted several Dewalt tools & right now you can get the best deal at Toolup.com where they have 5 different deal on name-brand tools where you can save as much as $25 off $100 or more with f.s. I saved that much on a DEWALT DC9320 Heavy-Duty 7.2 Volt - 18 Volt Dual Port Charger. Check here for the codes: http://dealspl.us/coupons/toolup?r=deby32953
deby32953 (rep: 204k) posted Jun 02, 2013
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Junner
How about a trip?
Junner (rep: -5) posted Jun 03, 2013
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vicbrain
Trip is not bad at all
vicbrain (rep: 135) posted Jun 03, 2013
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vicbrain
I would suggested that spend the whole day with him, Make good breakfast, take him for lunch, share your childhood things.
He will me more happy than any gift.
vicbrain (rep: 135) posted Jun 03, 2013
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nthsll
My dad has everything he could possibly needs. He loves to read. I'll often buy him a gift card to Barnes and Noble and take him out to lunch. It is a gift for him and my mom.
nthsll (rep: 12.4k) posted Jun 03, 2013
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stella271
Check out Target stores...TV 70% off.
stella271 (rep: 35) posted Jun 03, 2013
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nararal
@vicbrain I am quite agree with u. Trip is an good ideal.Take father where he wanna go and be together with him.
nararal (rep: 198) posted Jun 03, 2013
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finggjans
I get him Samsung Galaxy S4 Smart Leather Cover Case 39% off and free shipping
http://www.theideasforgift.com/en/samsung-galaxy-s4-cases/355-samsung-galaxy-s4-smart-leather-cover-case.html
finggjans (rep: -2) posted Jun 04, 2013
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nthsll
How was what I said thumbs down worthy? I'ma get my dad a gift card and spend time with him...that's a bad thing?
nthsll (rep: 12.4k) posted Jun 04, 2013
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