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Father's Day Gifts Under $20
Good news fathers! Spending on gifts this Father’s Day is expected to increase 10%, according to the National Retail Federation. The average person is estimated to shell out $117.14 this weekend, but you don’t have to break out a Benjamin to show dad how much you care.

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Show Gratitude Without Blowing Your Budget

Want to spoil your dad without breaking the bank? From his toolbox to his tummy, we break down seven gift ideas that are sure to make his day special.

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Polo Shirt/T-Shirt

Keep dad looking fashion-forward by adding to his wardrobe. Many retailers, including Kohl's and Target are selling polo shirts for as low as $9.99.

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Lottery Tickets

Let dad count his lucky stars. Scratch offs are inexpensive, fun (especially if your dad likes to gamble) and could bring a hefty reward.  

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Multi-purpose Mini Tool

Give dad an extra set of hands. From the household to the fishing pond, a multi tool is convenient and serves a variety of functions.  

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Custom Photo Mug

Give dad something to smile (or brag) about while he sips his morning cup of Joe at the office. Personalize a mug with photos of his kids or grandchildren.  

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Multiple Gadget Charging Stations

Never let dad go without a charge. This useful gift for the tech-savvy dad will allow him to charge all of his electronics simultaneously and keep them organized.  Amazon.com has valets for as low as $17.99.

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Grilling Items

Replace old grill items with shiny new tools, skewers or a grill cover. Home Depot sells a number of accessories and sets for under $20.

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Treats/Baked Goods

Warm dad's heart and tummy. Whether its cookies, cakes, brownies or chocolates, spoiling dad with his favorite treat is personal, cheap, and yummy.

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Father's Day Gifts Under $20

Good news fathers! Spending on gifts this Father’s Day is expected to increase 10%, according to the National Retail Federation. The average person is estimated to shell out $117.14 this weekend, but you don’t have to break out a Benjamin to show dad how much you care.

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