12 best last-minute Father's Day gifts you can still get in time

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Time is ticking! Father's Day is this Sunday, June 19. (Photo via Getty)

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It's a tale as old as time: Despite our best intentions, the last-minute Father's Day shopping scramble has officially begun.

With Father's Day landing on Sunday, June 19, the clock is ticking on the time you have left to pick up a gift. However, if you don't have time to hit the mall, you can still shop for one of these eleventh-hour options.

From subscription services and downloadable prints to once-in-a-lifetime travel experiences and food delivery, scroll down to shop the 12 best last-minute gift ideas you can get (almost) instantly this Father's Day.

Bespoke Post Subscription Box

Bespoke Post Subscription Box with weekend bag, whiskey, knives, pancakes, shaving (Photo via Bespoke Post)
Bespoke Post Subscription Box (Photo via Bespoke Post)

What a FabFitFun box is to women, a Bespoke Post box is to men. Choose between a one-time buy and monthly membership and enjoy a personalized mix of unique products.

From $49 at Bespoke Post

Downloadable Retro Wall Print

Downloadable Retro Wall Print. more espresso less depresso art print next to plant on wooden table (Photo via Etsy)
Downloadable Retro Wall Print (Photo via Etsy)

This eye-catching print is perfect for the office, the kitchen, or wherever you have space to fill. Plus, it's instantly downloadable, so you only need a printer for a great piece of art! To check out more from the StellaGraceDigital store, click here.

$7 at Etsy

Tinggly Experience Gifts

Tinggly Experience Gifts super man box with monster truck photo (Photo via Tinggly)
Tinggly Experience Gifts (Photo via Tinggly)

Give dad a lifelong memory this year via a Tinngly gift experience. Tinngly experiences are available in more than 100 countries and don't have an expiration date. With every purchase, a portion of the profit goes to sustainable projects to remove polluting plastics from the environment. Experiences in Canada include an ice walk in Jasper, whale watching in Quebec and much more.

From $129 at Tinggly

Revive Superfoods Smoothie Subscription

Revive Superfoods Smoothie Subscription with papaya and fruit inside on kitchen counter (Photo via @revivesuperfoods/Instagram)
Revive Superfoods Smoothie Subscription (Photo via @revivesuperfoods/Instagram)

A perfect gift for health-conscious dads, this meal subscription service has a range of superfood options from smoothies to frozen desserts. New shoppers can save up to $100 with the code RSFFB.

From $57 $72 at Revive Superfoods


MasterClass subscription  with hilary clinton, and other famous people (Photo via MasterClass)
MasterClass subscription (Photo via MasterClass)

Whether your dad is into cooking, music, business, tech or art, MasterClass covers every topic under the sun. Individual courses are taught by some of the most famous faces on the planet, including Hillary Clinton, Gordon Ramsay, Serena Williams, Neil deGrasse Tyson and many more.

From $20 at MasterClass


HelloFresh subscription box with black and white cat sitting on top  (Photo via HelloFresh)
HelloFresh subscription box (Photo via @hellofreshca/Instagram)

HelloFresh sets you (and dad) up for culinary success. Each box comes with delicious recipes, fresh, pre-measured ingredients and easy-to-follow instructions so that you can turn every dinner into a restaurant-worthy experience.

From $83 at HelloFresh

Amazon.ca eGift Card

happy father's day Amazon.ca eGift Card (Photo via Amazon)
Amazon.ca eGift Card (Photo via Amazon)

Stuck on what to give dad this Father's Day? Let him decide and give him an Amazon gift card instead. Denominations start at $25 and custom photo and video gift cards are available.

From $25 at Amazon

Headspace Subscription

Headspace Subscription yellow background with orange smiley face (Photo via Headspace)
Headspace Subscription (Photo via Headspace)

A unique gift idea for dads who need a little more zen in their lives, a Headspace subscription gives them access to meditation, sleep, focus guides and more.

From $13 at Headspace


ClassPass subscription on blue background (Photo via ClassPass)
ClassPass subscription (Photo via ClassPass)

What to give the man who has everything? Try ClassPass. A ClassPass subscription gives worldwide access to thousands of top-rated gyms, fitness studios, salons and spas.

From $49 at ClassPass

Disney+ Membership

Disney+ Membership with wanda vision on TV, tablet, laptop and phone (Photo via Disney Plus)
Disney+ Membership (Photo via Disney Plus)

A Disney+ membership gives dad (and everyone else) instant access to all his favourite Disney movies and shows, including the Star Wars franchise, Marvel movies and classic Disney animated films.

From $12 at Disney+

Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone logo subscription with blue icon (Photo via Rosetta Stone)
Rosetta Stone subscription (Photo via Rosetta Stone)

Whether she's planning a long-awaited vacation or has always mentioned wanting to learn a new language, a Rosetta Stone membership can give her the language tools she needs. Learners can choose between dozens of languages, including Spanish, French, Arabic and Mandarin.

From $36 at Rosetta Stone

Ticketmaster Live Entertainment

Ticketmaster logo on blue background (Photo via Live Nation)
Ticketmaster (Photo via Live Nation)

Live entertainment is back — and it's time for dad to get out and enjoy it. From concerts and comedy shows to broadway and sports tickets, thousands of shows in cities across the country are up for grabs right now.

From $25 at Ticketmaster

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