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5 Father's Day Gifts to Give Your Spouse

No more grills and golf, get him something he really wants

June 16, 2023

So should you get your partner a Father's Day gift this year? Hey, he's not your dad, right? But still, parenting isn't easy and he deserves a shout-out. The kids probably have the cute, handmade gifts covered (well we know who really did all the work, ahem). Most Father's Day gift guides think all dads are golf guys or bbq bros, but we're throwing out some ideas to celebrate Dad and encourage him to keep showing up in amazing ways for his kids.

1. Games
Whether family game night is a weekly staple or something you'd like to add to the rotation, a new game is always a great gift. Get him something he loved as a kid (Risk, Monopoly, Cranium) or a favorite from his bachelor days (Settlers of Catan, Wits and Wagers, Blokus) or something brand new to everyone. The family that games together...

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2. Lectric eBikes
Give him the best of both worlds, with Lectric eBikes. He can get a workout if he wants, or switch the motor on and enjoy the ride. Commuting, solo rides, or an adventure with the family, nothing beats Lectric eBikes. Heavy kids in tow are no match for the Lectric eBikes motors. Now he can take the hills with ease and still keep the dad jokes coming. Plus take advantage of their Father's Day sale through June 19, 2023, and get 25% off select accessories and a free seat upgrade with any eBike purchase.**

3. Experience Gifts
Remind him that spending time together without the kids is still a priority. Plan an afternoon, evening, or weekend away together. Get discounted tickets to a Major League Baseball game, a Major League Soccer game, a movie, or even a hotel. He loves those kids, but also loves a little time without them.

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4. Learn Something New
Provide the push he needs to try something new. Gift your guy lessons — cooking, music, woodworking, photography — whatever he's always wanted to learn but hasn't made time for. Not only will he gain new skills but he'll model lifelong learning and enthusiasm for the kids. Priceless combo.

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5. Yes Day
Gift Dad a day of all yesses. Let him pick the activities, the food, and give him full control over the remote. If he loves to go hiking, go along. If he loves donuts for breakfast, indulge his sweet tooth. He wants to watch the Shark Week marathon, settle in on the couch. You might discover you actually enjoy some of his weird interests, stranger things have happened.

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