Fabulous Father's Day gifts under $50

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There’s no denying how much Dad does for the family, and Father’s Day is your big chance to show your gratitude for all his TLC. But if you’re sick of giving the same old ties—or spending a small fortune on a present—you’re in luck.

From quirky cufflinks to grilling gizmos to top tech gear, flip through for nine great gifts Dad is sure to love.

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We Spin You Right Round

These vinyl record French cufflinks will add a little bit of rock ‘n’ roll to your favorite music lover’s formalwear—or to his more laid-back blazer-and-jeans look. If music isn’t your man’s thing, FrenchCuffed.com also offers cufflinks featuring sports team logos, cartoon and video game characters, jokes and more, each for a nice price.

Vintage Vinyl Record Cufflinks, $14.95; FrenchCuffed.com.

Courtesy of PeterLuger.com

Raise the Steaks

Peter Luger’s steak sauce is famous for a reason—it’s the best. And it’s as delicious on a hamburger, chicken or vine-ripe tomatoes as it is over aged porterhouse. The signature condiment of the Brooklyn-based restaurant that created it falls somewhere between cocktail sauce and a traditional steak sauce, thanks to ingredients like horseradish, tomatoes, garlic and onion.

And if Pops is a real steak lover, you can also order some of the best-cut meat out there, which will be delivered in a reusable cooler with two complimentary bottles of the super sauce.

Peter Luger Steak House Old Fashioned Steak Sauce, $37.50 for 6 bottles; PeterLuger.com.

Courtesy of Bantam Books

Royal Rumble

Even if you don’t get HBO, you’ve probably heard about its new show Game of Thrones, based on the books of the same name. Catch your guy up with the epic fantasy about lords battling over the throne, and find out who wins and who dies, with this set of the first four books of the series.

A Song of Ice and Fire: Books 1-4, Starting at $20.00; Yahoo! Shopping.

Courtesy of Koss.com

Listen Up

Whether Dad takes along entertainment on a run or likes to jam while doing housework, he’ll happily wear these headphones. They were rated the best lightweight ones by ConsumerSearch.com. The head set and padding at the temple promise a secure, but comfortable fit. And each set comes with a protective carrying case and a lifetime warranty.

Porta Pro On-Ear Headphones, $49.99; Koss.com.

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Lightweight and flexible, this stainless steel ID case and credit card holder is silky to the touch, but as durable as the unbendable metal. The really fantastic part, though: The fabric protects against high-tech identity theft.

The Stainless Steel ID Case, $49.99; SharperImage.com.

Courtesy of Brookstone.com

Australian for Beer

If anyone knows beer, it’s the Australians. Dishwasher- and freezer-safe, this Aussie-approved 16-oz. double-walled glass will keep your beau’s brew cold without any condensation, no matter if he’s inside watching the game or in the backyard manning the barbecue.

Australian Beer Glass Set, $39.99; Brookstone.com.

Courtesy of Target.com

Smooth Operator

For the dad who needs a close shave every day, make the experience a pleasure with this four-piece silver-plated shave set, complete with a lather brush, soap dish, razor and stand. It’s the perfect way to start the day in style.

Silver-Plated 4-Piece Shave Set, $28.99; Target.com.

Courtesy of Cuisinart.com

Courtesy for the Chef

Dad may think he’s a grilling master, but you can elevate his game with this 14-piece deluxe grill set, which includes a chef’s spatula, grill tongs, silicone basting brush, cleaning brush and more—all in resilient stainless steel.

14-Piece Deluxe Grill Set, $39.99; Cuisinart.com.

Courtesy of Cheryl's

Hole in One

For the dad who loves golf and sweets, this metal, reusable golf ball basket comes filled with treats, like chocolate golf balls and shortbread cookies in the shapes of golf bags and golf shirts. Moist, chewy brownies and chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin cookies make this basket more than par for the course.

Cheryl's Golf Basket, $34.99; Cheryls.com.



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