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Friday, 23 May 2014

Father's Day Gifts: A World of Opportunity

Men's magazine subscriptions
What would we do without good old dad? Who else would put the bins out, mow the lawn and make those all-important expeditions up into the loft?

With Father’s Day just around the corner – it’s the 15th June, in case you haven’t already got it etched into your diary – why not take some time to consider how best to say, “I love you Dad”.

With a whole host of magazine subscriptions designed to be used as gifts that keep giving throughout the year, let us steer you in the direction of some of our favourites.

For the sports-mad dad – browse our football magazines

World Soccer SubscriptionFor the dad who loves his football, a World Soccer subscription will be sure to tickle his fancy. With Brazil 2014 just days away, he’ll be keener than ever to keep up-to-date with the latest news and action, making this the ultimate Father’s Day gift for him.

Aimed at the more mature fan than Match or even FourFourTwo, this magazine features insightful columns from some of the game’s leading sports writers.

For the wannabe chef – try a cooking magazine

BBC Good Food subscription

Does dad fancy himself as the next Gordon Ramsey? Is he always in the kitchen, slaving away over the stove to conjure up his next masterpiece? Then here’s a gift to give him food for thought. A BBC Good Food subscription will mean dad gets the UK’s No. 1 food magazine every month, including hints, tips and recipes from professional and celebrity chefs.

He’ll also find out more about wine, with articles on choosing the perfect one to match any meal. And with dad keen to try out his new dishes, it could well mean a rather nice dinner for you from time to time!

For the car lover – get him a motoring magazine

Top Gear SubscriptionHe may have left his love of spoilers and body-kitted Clios behind him long ago, choosing instead to travel in a more safe and secure family wagon. But that doesn’t mean Dad’s lost his soft spot for speed and petrol fumes altogether.

A Top Gear magazine subscription is perfect for motoring fans. He’ll no doubt love the show, with its witty, no nonsense commentary and, with features from all the presenters, this publication will keep him entertained for hours.

For the entrepreneur – buy in a finance magazine
Money Observer subscription

Is your dad a go-getting businessman, whose finger is never far from the commercial pulse? Save him the effort of sloping off to the local shop or supermarket by ordering him a Money Observer subscription and he will have more time to catch up on his FTSEs, NASDAQs and Dow Joneses.

You never know, you might just succeed in bolstering your inheritance in the process – although probably best not to mention that one out loud!

For all these and much more, why not browse through the thousands of magazines available at www.uniquemagazines.co.uk now.

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