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6 Affordable Father’s Day Gifts From Costco

A dad and his young daughter chopping vegetables in the kitchen while she hands him a bite to eat.

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Father’s Day is fast approaching and now is the time to start shopping for great gifts if you haven’t already.

If you don’t have tons of spare cash in your checking account, Costco can be a great place to shop for affordable gifts for your dad’s special day. Check out six great gifts you can buy at Costco that won’t give your credit cards too much of a workout.

1. Some comfortable clogs

Costco’s Hurley Men’s Puff Clog Shoe is comfortable enough to act as a slipper but it can be worn out of the house too, thanks to its durable rubber outsole. Dad will be delighted to open this gift and see stylish clogs that feel good on the feet.

Best of all, the shoe costs just $9.97 and it’s part of a promotion Costco is currently running where you can save $25 if you purchase $100 worth of clothing (or $60 if you spend $200 or more).

2. A nice bottle of cologne

Costco has a huge selection of colognes, including Giorgio Armani Acqua di Gio, Montblanc Explorer Utra Blue, and more. Costs vary, but Costco is currently offering members-only pricing and extra discounts including up to $70 off on certain cologne brands.

3. Some new earbuds

If your dad needs a little break from the noise and chaos on Father’s Day, some new earbuds could do the trick. Costco has Beats Flex Wireless Earphones for just $39.99. These are compatible with both Apple and Android devices and they provide up to 12 hours of listening time on one charge.

Costco’s price is considerably cheaper than the $69.99 these earbuds sell for elsewhere. The earbuds also received 4 out of 5 stars, with users claiming the earbuds both sound great and are easy to use.

4. A comfy travel hammock

Whether you’ll be heading out camping with Dad this summer or your father simply wants to relax outdoors in the backyard, this $24.99 travel hammock could be the perfect gift. It can fit between one or two users, comes with its own carry bag, and can be hung in minutes with two included carabiners and straps with 18 loops.

Similar travel hammocks are priced at $40 from competitors, so comfort will cost you less if you splurge on this treat for dad from Costco.

5. A shoulder and neck massager

Dads often get stuck doing the heavy lifting, so a shoulder and neck massager could be just the thing to give the dad in your life on his special day.

This Sharper Image Realtouch Shiatsu Neck and Shoulder Massager from Costco is available at a bargain price of $69.99 with manufacturer coupon. It includes optional heat and six massage modes, and reviewers claim it “really does feel like a Shiatsu massage.” While this is a little more of a splurge than some of the other items on this list, dad will likely get a ton of use out of it over time.

6. Henckels 9-Piece Outdoor BBQ Set

If your dad loves manning the grill, consider adding this awesome set to his outdoor cooking tool kit. The nine-piece set includes scissors, tongs, and knives of various sizes perfect for slicing all the meat your dad wants to dine on.

The ergonomic handle makes this BBQ gear easy to use, and the fact it’s dishwasher safe means dad won’t have to spend hours cleaning. The tools will also be durable and are sure to last, since they are forged of German stainless steel.

At $99.99, this set is still under $100 and the numerous positive reviews suggest it will be well worth the money. With the same item priced at $150 elsewhere, you’ll still get a bargain by adding this to your Costco cart.

Each of these items comes at a good price and may make the dad in your life happy. Just be sure to stick within your budget for Father’s Day presents and consider using a credit card that offers rewards and cash back so you get the most bang for your buck — just like your dad would probably want you to do.

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