5 Last Minute Father's Day Deals

Because Father’s Day is this Sunday (you knew that, right?) CNN Money has put together a small list of last minute deals that will put a smile on dear old dad’s face. The list, inside…

Zachary Prell shirt: $165
“Prell spun his experience on Wall Street into the smart fitting business of shirts. And what he came up with looks as good under a three-piece suit as it does with a pair of slacks – thanks to a slim fit, contrasting stripe down the side, and spread collar that works opened or closed.”

The Art of Shaving kit: $100
“Rather than splurge on an old-fashioned hot-towel shave at a pricey men’s spa, give the do-it-yourselfer the tools he needs for a perfect shave from home.
The Art of Shaving’s full size kit with pre-shave oil, shaving cream, badger hair brush and after-shave balm promises optimal results (read: no ingrown hairs or razor burn).”

Krups BeerTender: $299
“The sleek countertop machine fits Heineken’s compact 5-liter draught kegs and is engineered to ensure that each serving pours a perfect pub-style draft. Beer is kept fresh for up to 30 days while a volume indicator shows how much is left in the keg so you never have to worry about tapping out. And with free shipping, your wallet won’t get tapped out either.”

Tivoli Model One radio: $119
“Even though it looks retro, the technologically advanced Tivoli is compatible with iPods and other MP3 players. Sound too good to be true? Enter the code DAD20 at checkout and take 20% off. “

A day of driving: $1,495
“You could go from zero to happy Father’s Day in under 4 seconds by putting dad on the list for a brand new 2009 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4, which starts at $203,000. But, for about $1,500, drivers can drive five such supercars along the wide open country roads of French Lick Indiana. As an extra gift, dads get crystal car keepsakes and a picture with their favorite car, which might just replace the family portrait he got last year.”

Last-minute Father’s Day deals
[CNN Money]

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