Father's Day 2014: 7 Best Gifts from Amazon Local

We've teamed up with Amazon Local to provide a selection of some of their best Father's day gifts; covering products and experiences to suit all tastes and budgets

Give your dad a gift to remember this year with Amazon's handpicked collection of wonderful offers.  Items can be searched by location and these categories; Restaurants & Bars, Entertainment & Travel, Shopping & Services and Health & Beauty.  Here are the top seven deals;


Golf Privilege Card with 18 Month membership

The Open Fairways Privilege Card offers amazing deals on golf course green fees throughout the world.  It can be used in your local area, on one of the UK and Ireland's 100 links courses, or even an overseas golf holiday in Spain, France, Portugal and beyond.  The Open Fairways Privilege Card is valid for 18 months.

Was £133.50 now £25; available across the UK and worldwide. 

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Mastering Beer Brewing Online Course

A passion for home brewing can be taken to a new level with a 'Mastering Beer Brewing' online course. During this four-day online course you will be taken through the entire beer brewing process from start to finish, gaining in-depth knowledge of the different varieties and processes used to create craft beer. Brew your own Blonde Ale, IPA and Imperial Stout as you learn the techniques required for extract, partial mash and all-grain brewing.

Was £495 now £29; available completely online. 

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Personalised Football Magazine Cover in a frame

If England's world cup antics don't manage to cheer your dad up, this should.  Support England ahead of the World Cup or pick your dad's Premier League team and see his name merged on the team shirt and held up by the team's football manager.

Was £29.99 now £15; available for UK delivery. 

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Car Drifting and High Speed Control Class

Next time your dad gives you a lift, it might be one you won't forget.  Help him become a master of the auto-mobile with this half-day introduction to drifting. Controlling an out-of-control car is a great skill to have under any circumstances, but learning it as a track sport is one of the most exhilarating things you'll ever do.

Was £199 now £69; available in four locations across the UK.  Buy now


Whisky Tasting Session

If your Father's a fan of a fine single malt why not treat him to the Whisky Mavericks experience - a free thinking and fun look at the wonderful world of uisge beatha - the water of life. This whistle-stop tour of all things whisky guides you through production methods, history and some of the crazy stories that accompany this sought after spirit.

Was £65 now £24; available in 21 locations across the UK. 

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London Skyline Tour with a Glass of Bubbly

Offer your father a glimpse of the secret agent lifestyle with a bird's eye view of England’s capital and the surrounding countryside with a VIP London Skyline Helicopter Tour. Enjoy a choice of one of two routes and watch as the beautiful rural countryside transforms into the iconic skyline of the City of London. Gasp and point at historic landmarks, stunning architecture and breath-taking scenery, finishing with a glass of cava to toast on landing.

Was £199 now £99; tour takes off from four locations around London. 

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Aircraft Flying Lesson

Let your father feel the wind beneath his wings as he soars high amidst the clouds with a flying lesson. Start the experience with a 30 minute pre-flight introduction to flying, aircraft controls and safety, before being taken up for 30 minutes flight time in this dual control light aircraft. Turn, climb and descend as a CAA licensed instructor guides through the basics and you feel the adrenaline rush of getting behind the controls of one of these beautiful planes.

Was £249 now £99; available for take off from either Elstree Aerodrome or Panshanger Lane. 

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