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Pop Culture Gifts for Pop’s Day

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If Father’s Day fills you with dread not knowing what to get the dad who has everyting, consider a subscription gift from Cratejoy which feature subscription gifts that keep giving and giving every month. With prices that range from as low as $3.95 per month to as high as $100 and hundreds of topics to choose from, there is bound to be something here that Dad needs.

For the pop culture-loving dad, we’ve found an even dozen of great finds including a sock club, a music service, comic book finds, Disney fun, magic classes, escape rooms, date nights and more. Check out what we found down below and then visit their extensive website for more Father’s Day options. You can even save 30% off your first box (valid on participating boxes).

Vinyl Moon

Each monthly record, developed with handpicked tracks from independent collectors, is an eclectic compilation of 10 artists on the rise and comes with the newest edition of Vinyl Moon, an art-and-music magazine to go with the album.

Mario’s Mystery Block

A monthly themed Mystery Block full of awesome fun surprises straight from the world of Nintendo. Each mystery box will contain three to six toys, novelties, plush, candy, t-shirts and more that values over $40.

Sleuth Kings

Each month’s box includes a new mystery to solve, plus all the puzzles, ciphers, and clues to crack the case. Mysteries can be solved as a solo-mission or with a group. Plus, for every 4 cases solved subscribers receive a bonus mystery!


Odd Blox

OddBlox is a monthly T-shirt subscription that delivers unique prints and designs in themes like psychedelic, retro, or just plain odd! Choose the theme that would speak to dad most and he’ll get a new T-shirt delivered to his door each month.

Comic Mystery Box

Get a box of 15 collector’s comics worth $60 with fast, free shipping. Does Dad have a favorite comic book hero? You can request them and they will try to include them in the box. Some of the comics date as far back as 30-40 years.

Date Night In

Each Night In Box includes everything you need to enjoy a night at home, no planning required. You’ll receive several activities, snacks, conversation starters, custom recipes, a Spotify playlist and more. Optional faith add on available.


Dreamers Box

Dreamers Box is said that it is created by a Disney fan for others who are in need for more Disney, Pixar, Star Wars & Marvel in their life. They “magically” put together themed boxes each month with mystery collectibles from various Disney movies.

The Intoxicated Intellectual

The Intoxicated Intellectual, is a monthly subscription service that pairs classic books with classic cocktails. Each month you’ll receive a classic book + everything you need to make a themed drink: all of the syrups, garnishes, bitters, mixers and bar tools and more! Everything except the alcohol!

Escape the Crate

Now you can bring all of the fun of an escape room into your own home…with a different time-traveling adventure delivered every other month. Work with your friends to solve riddles and conquer puzzles. Each game includes ciphers, letters, sleuthing tools, puzzles, and more.


My Box of Magic

Access unique tricks, custom props and apparatus, and secret links to performance and tutorial videos presented by world-renowned magicians. The boxes also cover the history of magic, the psychology of misdirection, and the science behind the tricks!

Bundlez Socks

It’s time to get rid of your old, dull boring socks. Bundlez Socks is about being bold, vibrant, eclectic and uniquely you! Each month you will receive one, two or three pairs of high quality, colorful epic designed styles right to your door step.

Game Over Box

This monthly subscription box is filled with four or more items from favorite Nintendo video games. Each box is guaranteed to include a t-shirt as well as three or more items like figurines, stuffed animals, patches, socks and other types of collectable items.

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Jeffrey Totey View All

I write about pop culture, arts and entertainment in the greater Seattle area.

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