Researchers who polled 2,000 dads found three quarters expect to receive a gift – and think their kids should spend an average of £20 on it.
Photography accessories, a pizza oven and power tools are also on wish lists this year - along with a supercar experience, bicycle gear and a trip to the pub. Other desired items include football tickets, fancy coffee, vinyl records, headphones and beard oil.
Half of dads would be disappointed if they did not receive a present this Father’s Day.
Amid this, 44 per cent go one step further to ensure they get what they want and tell their children exactly what to buy them and of those 97 per cent of those go on to receive that very item.
Despite this, it appears dads do appreciate the efforts to make Father’s Day special, with nine in 10 saying their family put lots of thought into what to get them.
However, watching the World Cup is up there too, along with a day out with the kids and breakfast in bed – all just ahead of a lie in.
“The nation’s fathers have low expectations this year, with many thinking something pretty unexciting is coming their way on Sunday," said a spokesman for quality burbon, Woodford Reserve, which commissioned the research.
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