Hi! I'm Sally and I'm a third year Psychology student. I love music, photography and going to watch West End shows. I am very passionate about mental health and am currently the Mental Health Project Editor.
Father’s day is nearly here… but, we’re students. Which means, we’re living off a student budget…
So, we need to find some nice Father’s Day gifts that don’t cost too much! Here are a few ideas on what to get that won’t break the bank!
This sounds obvious, but Tesco has some great gifts that are really cheap! There are gifts that will apply to all different types of people and I’m sure there will be a gift that your dad would enjoy! Here are a few examples of some of the gifts!
2. B and M
This might seem like an obvious one, but if you didn’t know – B and M is a great place to look for cheap gifts. They have a lot of things on offer and if you look on their website first then they have categorised the gifts by price. So if you only want to spend £5 then you can look for gifts under £5.
3. Prezzy Box
This place is slightly more expensive but offer some great personalised gifts that are a bit quirky! They have some more general gifts but also a personalised section that isn’t too expensive.
Amazon can be a great place to find some cheap deals. There are a few great books that you can get if you wanted some more ideas. These are great for some quirky gifts and for dads who love funny gifts.
Etsy is always a great place to start for gifts! It has amazing unique things and great ways to give gifts that are thoughtful. It is also a great way to support small businesses!
Overall, I want to emphasise that your Dad will be happy with anything you get him and would rather have a call or see you than have you spend lots of money on him! You could even try making a handmade gift to save even more money and create a thoughtful gift.