Thrifty Father's Day Gift Ideas
Dad’s love can’t be compared, but it can be uniquely celebrated! And we know a secret for finding a unique gift to show Dad how much he means to you. Here’s a little inspiration for thrifting the ideal gift for Father’s Day!
Video games, books, and albums
The sky is the limit in this creative category! Goodwill always has vintage video game systems like Sega Genesis or Sony Playstation! If your Dad is more of a bookworm, get him a hardcover book on his favorite subject! Goodwill has thousands of books literally to choose from, and most are in excellent condition! Or, if he is a music fan, shop through the vintage albums. Find out what his first concert was and look for that artist! So nostalgic, and he’ll always remember your gift fondly!
Goodwill has more sporting goods than you can shake a tennis racket at! This includes everything from golf clubs to rollerblades and, best of all, collectible items! If Dad has a favorite team, the chances are that Goodwill has collectible memorabilia! If you want to shop online, you’ll find sports trading cards, framed pictures, jackets, jerseys, and even watches on shopgoodwill.com/Albuquerque.
So you say your Dad is a tinkerer? Well, take your pick of all sorts of tools. There is always a special section at each Goodwill dedicated to tools. Take some time and poke through those items. You might even find something that turns Dad on to a new hobby!
If Dad is a diva and regularly adds ties, shirts, or jackets to his wardrobe, check out Goodwill. Our stores carry a selection of menswear that is in mint condition. You can even find your Dad’s favorite designer brands!
Take Dad back to his younger years with a great vintage tee. People like to collect vintage tees because of nostalgia. “While vintage tees are a street-style and celeb staple and can illicit a shocking price tag, you don’t have to (and shouldn’t) overpay for a vintage tee! Goodwill is stocked full of unique vintage tees for as little as $3.99 if you’re willing to do a little digging. ”, says Goldwilldigger.com. These are popular, so you may have to hunt, but that’s half the fun! Right?!