If social media is any indicator, once a dad hits age-30, they tend to get really into a hobby or activity. We don’t mean like, “oh, he likes working in the yard,” but more like, “dad’s entire identity is the lawn having stripes like a golf course.”
There might be a clinical explanation for this phenomenon, but as much as you think it makes Father’s Day shopping simple, it doesn’t. If your dad, or father-in-law, or other fathers in your life fall into this category, then let us ease your burden.
He doesn’t want more socks or novelty mugs. Get Dad a Fancard Mastercard®️ Gift Card. Basically, you gift him his favorite college team, and he can get what he REALLY wants!
If the dad you’re shopping for is a college sports fan, then getting him a Fancard is a slam-dunk. He’ll be able to get the specific things he wants and probably keep the card as a keepsake because he loved the card art so much.