A new RetailMeNot poll finds:
- 69% of Americans plan to make a Father’s Day purchase this year, regardless of COVID-19 limitations.
- The average shopper plans to spend $89 on dad.
- The average man will spend $114, and the average woman will spend $62.
- As for the top gifts dad wants this year:
- 40% want a gift card
- 32% would like dinner from a restaurant
- 27% would like an at-home prepared meal
- 27% prefer clothing
- 18% would like an alcohol purchase
Now, with Father’s Day only a few days away, it may be too late to order him a gift online, but that doesn’t mean you have to skip the gift this year. Several stores are open for curbside pickup, and many are offering deals. For example,
- Dick’s Sporting Goods is offering 50% of apparel, footwear, golf equipment and more.
- DoorDash is offering $15 off and free delivery for dinner with dad.
- Golf Galaxy is offering 50% of Father’s Day deals.