The Best Deals From eBay's Huge Father's Day Sale [Updated]

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Father's Day is next Sunday and if you need to buy something for your dear old dad you can head over to eBay for some not quite last minute gift shopping.

eBay is offering 20% off by using the code 'Parent' at checkout on select items. This deal cover everything from jocks to Lego sets.

Here are some highlights:

ROVA A10 Black Flying Selfie Drone, $47.20: The price for this drone has already been slashed from $299 and then adding another 20% discount on top makes this a great, cheap drone for dad's who want to buzz around taking photos.

Philips R2 D2 Aqua Touch Electric Shaver, $51.60: Not a fan of dad growing his beard out? Send an unsubtle message by giving him a Star Wars themed electric shaver. A BB-8 version is also available for parents with inferior taste in droids.

Adidas Neo Daily 2.0, $72: Comfortable, casual shoes are never a bad idea. Even dads need to look spiffy from time to time.

2L Quench Hydration Backpack, $23.96: Tell dad to take a hike with this backpack that contains a 2L water bladder.

Lego Creator MINI Cooper, $121.60: Buying a car as a father's day gift isn't an option for most people. Giving him a Lego Mini Cooper is a much more viable alternative.

Game Of Thrones Red Wine Blend, $71.99: Three bottles of officially branded Game of Thrones red wine so your father can enjoy the final season when it airs next year. Just don't drink this at weddings.

Three Piece Rattan Bistro Outdoor Furniture Set Chair, $154.20: It never hurts to have something nice to sit on in your backyard and this weather-resistant outdoor furniture set does the job quite nicely.

Philips SHB8850NC Active Noise-Cancelling Headphones, $127.20: Let dad drown out the noise with these noise-cancelling headphones.

Roccat Kone Pure Naval Storm Gaming Mouse, $47.20: Gamer dads need gifts too and this gaming mouse is a great upgrade from the default mice that come with pre-built computers.


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      Thanks for the heads up. Fixed them up now.

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