Father’s Day Gift Guide: On A Budget

Want to show your dad how much you care but don’t have a lot of cash to splash? Well don’t break out the Papier-mâché just yet, because we’ve got the perfect gift for any budget…






Under £30


If your Dad fancies himself as a regular David Bailey, he might enjoy Practical Photography, which along with hot tips on perfecting snapping skills and reviews of all the latest tech, also showcases some stunning photography. Or if he’s more of a movie buff then Empire magazine will keep him bang up-to-date with cinema’s latest releases. Perhaps he’s an avid fisherman or angling for a new hobby, in which case you can’t go wrong with a subscription to Britain's best-selling fishing monthly, Improve Your Coarse Fishing magazine.





Under £20


If anyone knows how tough dads have it, it’s father-of-five Jamie Oliver, which is why his eponymous magazine Jamie is packed full of easy, quick and most importantly, delicious recipes that the whole family can enjoy.  If your father is already accomplished in the kitchen he might want to start growing his own produce in the back garden, making Kitchen Garden an aspirational gift. Perhaps he prefers steam trains over steamed vegetables, in which case, The Railway Magazine makes for a fascinating and informative read.





Under £10


All that time spent looking after others can lead to the infamous Dad Bod, but a subscription to Men’s Health can restore the physique of even the most ardent fast food fanatics. But what if your father prefers to exercise him mind over his muscles? Well History Today is ideal for those with a passion for the past. And finally, the perfect present for the modern man, a subscription to leading lifestyle magazine Esquire. Classy, cool, and under a tenner.


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