Father's Day 2014: 9 best gifts under £15

Treat your dad on June 15 with one of these pressies that won't break the bank 

There's no need to spend loads on Father's Day to show you care.

We've found a range of useful, fun and tasty gifts that will mean you'll have a present and card sorted for under twenty quid.

Click on the gallery to see the IndyBest buys

Verdict

The Butcher Beef Cuts print makes and unusual present for a foodie that will look cool on the wall too. Young kids will love giving Dad the Chatty Feet socks - and playing with them. While anyone who can't be with their dad on June 15 should consider sending a special package from the Biscuiteers.

Buy now

1. Butcher Beef Cuts Print, £15 (A4)

2. Lord's Bicentenary Souvenir Cricket Ball, £12

3. Keith Brymer Jones Word Daddy’s Mug, £15

4. Biscuiteers Personalised Biscuit, from £6

5. Ted Baker Brogue A5 Notebook, £13

6. Octostand Phone Holder, £9.95

7. Chatty Feet Socks, £11

8. Craft beer from Eebria, from £2.80

9. Luckies Karoto Peeler, £8.30

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