The 8 best Father’s Day deals on tech gifts in 2022

Now that summer has officially begun and Memorial Day passed, Father’s Day is approaching quickly. If you’re like us, finding that perfect gift for Dad can be a little tricky, and while it’s easy to gift an Amazon gift cardsometimes you want to surprise him with something a little more exciting.

Tech gifts are a way to show your appreciation for your dad, especially if he’s not too keen on yet another Craftsman power drill (though if he wants that we are not one to judge). Thankfully, retailers are keeping prices low post-Memorial Day, so you can save big on Father’s Day gift deals for dads.

Below, we’ve rounded up some of the best deals for Father’s Day, taking into account the different interests of every father. Be sure to check the list out–and be sure to act sooner rather than later. While we check these regularly, stock is low and some of the deals might be lightning deals, or deals that last only a couple of days max.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds2

  • Current Price: $100
  • Original Price: $149

Noise-canceling earbuds are a must-have for subway commutes, workouts, and even listening to your favorite podcast while you’re working in your yard, and these Samsung Buds2 are a great fit for fathers everywhere. They come with up to 10 hours of battery life, ambient noise, and noise canceling. They’re 10% smaller than their predecessors, the Galaxy Buds+, and they come with tap controls for easy and fast playback options.

This is one of the lowest prices we’ve seen on arguably Samsung’s best earbuds. Amazon has the lowest price, but those that prefer to shop at Best Buy can buy it for $5 more.

HyperX Pulsefire Raid wired gaming mouse

  • Current Price: $29
  • Original Price: $59

If your dad prefers a wired gaming mouse, then the Pulsefire Raid mouse is the perfect deal. Featuring 11 programmable buttons — including the right and left clickers — and a braided cable, HyperX’s wired option brings up to 16,000DPI for those incremental moments in gaming.

The lowest price we’ve seen on this gaming mouse is $24, but that was a part of a daily deal. We don’t expect it to drop that low again any time in the foreseeable future.

Hiluckey Outdoor Portable Power Bank

  • Current Price: $39
  • Original Price: $57

If your father loves camping but always forgets to charge his phone (we’re not judging as we are also guilty of this), then a portable solar charger is the best option for him. The 25000mAh High Capacity battery will charge a phone to capacity in about three hours. That being said, it can charge phones up to nine times and tablets up to four times before it runs out of power. Even then, since it’s solar powered, it’s easy to recharge it.

Camping aside, it’s a great tool to have during any emergency, whether a derecho took out power or a hurricane. Keep in mind that in winter, like any battery device, it will take a little longer to charge.

This is the lowest price we’ve seen on this handy device.

Keurig K-Supreme Coffee Maker

  • Current Price: $129
  • Original Price: $159

Sometimes a good ol’ cup of Joe is the way to go, and this single serve Keurig is the way to go, especially for dads that are the sole coffee drinkers in the house. The machine brews coffee in a few minutes, and it can be brewed as a regular cup or a stronger cup with the “strong” setting. Choose from 6oz to 12oz cup options in this smart coffee maker.

The lowest price we’ve seen is $119, but don’t expect it to drop any further. The $119 was part of a daily deal sale, and we don’t foresee it dropping any further in the future.

MacBook Pro 13-inch M1

  • Current Price: $1,149
  • Original Price: $1,299

While Apple users got a glimpse of the latest MacBook Pro power with the M2 chip announcement, the M1 chip still provides impressive performance. Packed into the 13.3-inch laptop, the M1 chip uses 8-core GPUs and CPUs for a computing powerhouse. You can upgrade to 16GB of RAM for more spec-heavy use, and while this model comes with 256GB SSD storage, you can opt for a 512GB SSD. Heads up – only the 256GB model is currently on sale.

We’ve extensively covered Apple MacBook Pros over the last few years, and still think that it’s one of the best laptops on the market. Reviewer Jason Cipriani loved the speed of this laptop, saying at the time of his review that it was, “the fastest Mac I’ve ever used. From the moment I opened the lid before setting it up, only to already see the Apple logo and set up screen waiting for me, to opening a handful of apps as I sit down at my desk each morning, it’s incredibly quick.”

Read Jason’s review here.

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SteelSeries 9X Wireless Gaming Headset

  • Current Price: $155
  • Original Price: $199

Maybe dad’s mouse is in order, but what about spatial audio and a 20-hour wireless battery life? Check out the SteelSeries Arctis 9X wireless gaming headset, which comes with both of these features. The headset also works with XBox so you can game from the comfort of your couch without any annoying wires tethering dads if they need to get up to grab more snacks.

The lowest price we’ve seen on the Arctis is $149 during the gaming company’s spring sale, but we don’t expect it to drop any time soon, even with the release of the latest flagship headphone the Nova Pro Wireless.

Sonos Roam Bluetooth wireless speaker

  • Current Price: $143
  • Original Price: $179

For dads that love podcasts, music, and grilling, look no further than the Sonos Roam. You can opt to get one for $143, or grab a two-for-one special for $286 (saving $71 or 20% off original price). The Bluetooth speaker comes with up to ten hours battery life and has a rugged design specifically to handle pool and other water-focused conditions.

We love this Bluetooth speaker, so much that it’s our top pick for bluetooth speakers on the market right now. And at $143, it’s the lowest price we’ve seen on this great speaker.

Microsoft Surface Pro 7+ 12-inch
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  • Current Price: $649
  • Original Price: $929

If your father needs a portable device, a tablet is a great option. You can opt for the popular Amazon Kindle Fire HD 10 tablet, but the Surface Pro 7+ tablet is designed to be a two-in-one tablet. Your father can expect speedy responses thanks to the Intel Generation Core i3 chip. It’s also a great tablet for reading since he can download the Kindle, Libby, and Barnes and Noble apps and enlarge the text to accommodate his needs on the 12.3-inch touchscreen. Dual HD cameras also make it easy for him to catch up with long-distance family members on video calls, too.

The lowest price we’ve seen is $599, but even so, at $280 off, this is a great deal.