Father’s Day Gift Guide


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With Father’s Day just around the corner, the last-minute dash to the shops for a bottle of red and Family Guy socks is imminent. You’ve been here before… “Next time I’ll be more prepared” you promise, knowing full well you’ll end up in Tesco like every other year.

But this is the man that took you to swimming club every Saturday, the cool dad that collected you from nights out and took you driving to practice before your test – socks simply won’t cut it anymore. If you really want to treat your old man this Father’s Day, check out our handy gift guide below…


For the Sports Obsessed Dad… Whyte v Rivas Boxing @ The O2


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Nothing gets a man’s testosterone pumping like an arena-sized boxing match, especially when his wife has forced him to watch Strictly Come Dancing three weekends on the trot. On Saturday 20th July 2019, Dillian Whyte will go head-to-head with Oscar Rivas in what is thought to be a thrilling match between the heavyweight powerhouses. What more could a sport-loving dad want?


For the Rockstar Dad… Bon Jovi @ Wembley Stadium


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You certainly won’t be giving love a bad name if you rock up on Father’s Day with a pair of Bon Jovi tickets. Not only will you join the legendary band at London’s world-famous Wembley Stadium, the package also includes a 1-night hotel stay – allowing you and your dad to make a proper night of it. Think beer, food, and plenty of late 80s hits.


For the History Loving Dad… Flanders Fields 3 Night Minicruise


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If you really want to push the boat out (no pun intended), there’s no better way to do it than with a 3-night minicruise to Belgium. Not only that, the trip includes a full day tour to World War I battlefields ‘Flanders Fields’ – a must for any history-obsessed dad. Setting sail from Hull, spend 2 nights aboard a P&O ferry and 1 night at a 4* hotel in Ypres town centre. There’s even the opportunity to explore the beautiful city of Bruges for a few hours!


For the Class Clown Dad… Impractical Jokers @ The O2


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A group of 40-year-olds playing pranks on each other? Your old man and his terrible dad jokes should feel right at home. Give the gift of comedy this Father’s Day as you join Sal, Joe, Murr and Q for an evening of belly laughs, bold dares, and epic punishments. The American foursome take to The O2’s stage on Thursday 17th October 2019, giving your dad plenty of time to practice his wisecracks in preparation.


For the Football Fanatic Dad… Manchester United Stadium Tour


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Some presents need no explanation, especially if your dad’s a massive Man United fan. Not only will he get a behind the scenes tour of renowned football stadium ‘Old Trafford’, he’ll also get to explore the team’s history at their award-winning museum. From standing on the manager’s spot in the dugout, to finding your favourite player’s peg in the changing room, the interactive tour features countless photo opportunities too!


For the Devoted Game of Thrones Dad… Belfast Game of Thrones Tour


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If he doesn’t mind hopping over the Irish Sea to Belfast, a Game of Thrones Tour is the perfect Father’s Day gift for lovers of the hit TV show. The coach takes fans to the show’s most recognisable filming locations including The Dark Hedges, Cushendun, Ballintoy Harbour, Larrybane, and Inch Abbey. It even visits the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and the Giant’s Causeway – two of Northern Ireland’s most famous attractions!


For more gift inspiration, why not head to our dedicated page and treat your dad this Father’s Day!


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