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21Best gifts for father's day


Father's Day 2022: Where to buy gifts online and pick up in store for Father's Day

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If you didn't order online in time or waited until the final moments to buy a last-minute gift for Father's Day, (which is tomorrow, June 19!) it's not too late to pick up something nice for Dad—we've rounded up all the stores open on the big day for shopping and in-store pickup, including top retailers like Walmart, Best Buy and Nordstrom. 

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Luckily, most stores will be open on Father's Day and in-store pickup makes it easier to browse online and, in most cases, grab your gift in under two hours. To help you sort through what will be open, check out our list of retailers below, which includes major chains like Home Depot, Bed Bath & Beyond and Macy's to help you figure out where you can shop Father's Day gifts in hours—or minutes.

  • Academy Sports + Outdoors: Academy Sports + Outdoors offers two-hour curbside and in-store pickup if you order before 8 p.m. (This time frame also depends on whether your item needs to be assembled.) Choose the "Pick Up" option when you check out and you'll get a text or email letting you know when your order is ready. For curbside pickup, park in a designated "Pick Up" space and click the link in your email or text to inform staff you've arrived. A staff member will then bring your order out to you.

  • Ace Hardware: Ace Hardware not only has curbside and in-store pickup but also "Delivery from Store," where you can place an order online and get it delivered to you the same day from your local participating store. For curbside pickup, head to your local Ace Hardware store and call the phone number on your confirmation email for a staff member to bring out your order.
  • Barnes & Noble: Barnes & Noble can have in-stock products ready for store pickup within two hours. For curbside pickup, go to your local store and call them with your name, order number and vehicle model so they can direct you on where to go.

  • Bed Bath & Beyond: Enjoy in-store pickup in under an hour as well as curbside pickup at Bed Bath & Beyond. You'll get free same-day delivery on orders over $39. (For orders under $39, you'll be charged a $10 delivery fee.) Delivery cutoff times vary by location.

  • Belk: All Belk stores now offer in-store and curbside pickup as well as free same-day delivery in an hour or less, so you don't have to worry about whether your local store is a participating member. For pickup, orders must be placed by 5 p.m. For orders placed after 5 p.m., you'll need to pick up in-store the next day.

  • Best Buy: Though Best Buy offers in-store, curbside and same-day delivery, these services vary by location, so verify that your local Best Buy has these options before you shop.

  • The Container Store: The Container Store has in-store and curbside pickup; select locations also have same-day delivery. If you're in Manhattan, NY though, you'll need to come to the store to pick up your order.

  • Dick's Sporting Goods: Dick's Sporting Goods offers three delivery services, including in-store pickup within an hour, curbside and same-day delivery,  but availability varies by location.

  • Dollar General: Dollar General has an in-store pickup through its app.

  • Dollar Tree: For Dollar Tree in-store pickup, ask to speak to a manager once you arrive after placing your order online; they will process your order. You can also arrange to have your online order shipped to your local Dollar Tree, though note that this may take 4-6 business days.

  • Five Below: Participating Five Below locations use Instacart for in-store pickup. You'll need to enter your address into Instacart to see if your local Five Below is a participating member. For items in Instacart's inventory, pickup is usually available within two hours.

  • Home Depot: Enjoy a variety of options at Home Depot: in-store pickup, curbside delivery and same-day delivery are all available, depending on location. For same-day delivery to your home, order before noon and choose your delivery window. Two-hour and four-hour time windows are available for an additional fee.

  • Ikea: Ikea's in-store pickup service is called Click & Collect. Make sure your local Ikea is a participating member and choose this option when checking out online. Once you arrive, follow signs for the Click & Collect service. Select locations charge a $5 fee on Click & Collect for orders under $49.

  • J.C. Penney: J.C. Penney offers curbside and in-store pickup: orders can be ready in as little as two hours. You have until two hours before closing time to place your order to be able to get it the same day.

  • Joann Stores: Joann Stores provides curbside and in-store pickup if you order by 3 p.m. When using the curbside service, let the store know you're coming by tapping the "I'm On My Way" button in your confirmation email. Once you've arrived, tap "I'm Here" so the store can bring out your order.

  • Kohl's: Use Kohl's "Buy Online, Free Store Pickup" option during checkout for in-store pickup; if your local store has your item in stock, your order will be ready for pickup within two hours.

  • Lowe's: Lowe's has a limited inventory available for same-day pickup that depends on your local store's stock. If an item is available, you will see the same-day pickup option during checkout.

  • Macy's: Macy's has same-day delivery on a limited amount of products. When shopping online, look for the "Same-Day Delivery" icon to ensure the option is available. Your item will be delivered to your home straight from a Macy's store. (Gift wrapping is not available with this service.) Note that same-day orders that qualify for free shipping will include a $15 fee for this service. For same-day orders that don't qualify for free shipping, you'll be charged a $25.95 fee.

  • Michaels: Enjoy in-store and curbside pickup with Michaels, as well as same-day delivery at select stores. In-store and curbside pickup are free, while same-day delivery incurs a $9.99 charge; you also need to be within a ten-mile radius of a Michaels store. For same-day delivery, order before 2 p.m. to get your item in time. Orders placed after 2 p.m. will arrive the next day.

  • Nordstrom: Nordstorm offers three quick delivery options: in-store pickup, curbside and ship to store. To make things easier, the retailer also offers pickup of Nordstrom.com items at select Nordstrom Rack locations. Enjoy free gift wrapping when you pick up your order—to get this service, choose the gift option when you check out.

  • Old Navy: Old Navy's Buy Online, Pickup In-Store service and curbside pickup options are available at select stores, only for items that are in stock. For curbside pickup, call the store when you've arrived and open the trunk of your car so the staff member can leave your items in the vehicle.

  • Sam's Club: Sam's Club offers curbside pickup on select items. The service is free for Plus members but will incur a $4 fee for Club members.

  • Staples: Staples customers can enjoy one-hour pickup for in-stock items and Instacart for same-day delivery services. Additionally, the "Pick Up In Store" option will get your online order shipped to your local Staples. Look for the "1-Hour Pickup" button when shopping online or click "Check other stores" to search that store's inventory.

  • Target: Enjoy same-day delivery and in-store pickup on items in stock at your local Target. The retailer has a separate section solely for searching items that are available for the same-day service so you don't waste time. You can also download the Target app for curbside delivery—it's called "Drive Up" in the app.

  • T.J. Maxx: Currently, T.J. Maxx offers in-store pickup and "Ship to Store" only in the Philadelphia and Chicago areas. You can check if your local one is a participating member at checkout.

  • Walgreens: Walgreens offers perhaps the quickest turnaround time for orders, letting customers pick up items in as little as 30 minutes. You have the choice of in-store pickup, curbside, drive-thru or same-day delivery in less than an hour. To get these services, your order must hit the $10 minimum subtotal at checkout.

  • Walmart: At Walmart, you can pick up your order in-store or, with Walmart's delivery service, choose a time slot to have your order delivered to your door. For in-store pickup, wait for the "Ready for Pickup" email; for delivery, wait for Walmart's email that the driver is on the way.

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    NBC's TODAY.com marks Father's Day with abortion advocacy: 'I wouldn't be a father without abortion'

    NBC's TODAY.com published Father's Day article promoting abortion's benefits for fathers. (iStock)

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    NBC's TODAY show website honored Father’s Day weekend this year with story about how abortion helped eight different dads "become the fathers they are today."

    TODAY.com reporter Danielle Campoamor opened by stressing the urgency of her own piece, writing, "Eight dads are sharing how abortion has helped them become the fathers they are today, on what experts believe will likely be the last Father's Day before the Supreme Court issues a ruling that would overturn Roe v Wade."

    After recounting a few details about the Supreme Court draft opinion leak on abortion and how the court is "poised to overturn Roe v Wade," Campoamor explained that TODAY put out a call on social media "asking fathers to share how abortion shaped their lives."

    Each of the gentlemen who responded to the request expressed that their family lives wouldn’t have worked out as well if it weren’t for an abortion they had earlier in their lives.


    NEW YORK, NY - MAY 07: Abortion-rights activists gather outside of a Catholic Church in downtown Manhattan to voice their support for a woman's right to choose on May 07, 2022 in New York City. The protests at the Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral, which have been occurring weekly and where a small number of anti-abortion activists worship, have been given added urgency by the recent leaked Supreme Court ruling on Roe v. Wade.  (Photo by Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)

    The first gentleman, Andrew – who has a five-year-old son – told the outlet, "I wouldn’t be a father without abortion." He explained that both he and his wife had abortions in prior relationships and when both revealed that to each other during their relationship, they found connection and support with one another.

    "If we had not been able to terminate an unwanted pregnancy, we wouldn't be happily married with a 5-year-old. It would have taken both of our lives in completely different directions," he stated, later adding, "abortion has allowed me to live my life and make the choices that I think everyone should get to make."

    Simon, who has a two-year-old, told TODAY that he and his wife had "an unplanned pregnancy that we decided to abort" earlier in their marriage. "Not carrying that first pregnancy to term was the right choice for us, and it allowed us to grow into people who were eventually ready to be parents," he claimed. 

    Garin, who has a young daughter and actually runs a pro-abortion non-profit group called Patient Forward, described how his wife had two abortions prior to their "healthy pregnancy." He stated, "About a month or two after my wife had her abortion, she was able to get pregnant again. So we really wouldn't have the kid that we have today if she wasn't able to access abortion care."

    Jacob from Washington, who has two kids, told the outlet that his wife had an abortion during the week he was arrested for misdemeanor assault and resisting arrest while out drinking. "My wife made the decision to terminate. It wasn't unilateral, but she had my full support. I wasn't able to be there for her, nor did she want me to be — and I understood why. I put myself in that position. We were father apart than we had ever been," he stated.

    Jacob added, "But I was very lucky. The abortion gave me the time and space to get myself regulated. And it allowed us to take the time we needed to heal our relationship and our family." 

    The Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. A TODAY.com article lamented that the court is "poised to overturn Roe v. Wade." (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)


    Father of two Allen recounted how he and his wife couldn’t make room for a third child in their family. "Together, we decided to terminate the pregnancy. I was so grateful. It's hard to imagine how we'd have fit the pieces together with a third child," he said, before admitting that he’s "horrified at the thought of the end of Roe v Wade."

    Peter from Massachusetts explained that he had two abortions, one with a previous partner and one with his current wife. Of the first, he claimed, "I also would not have found my wife and be the more emotionally mature father that I am to my child," and of the second, he claimed, "The foreseeable exhaustion and resentment and discord that would have come with a second child we weren’t ready for would have come at the detriment to not only me and my wife, but my existing child as well."

    Roy from Colorado didn’t provide many details on his "son’s" abortion, he just stated, "In my son's case, what we ultimately faced was really only when he would die. There wasn’t an if. Those kinds of decisions are something that no one ever wants to face." 

    He added, "My appreciation for the healthy and happy children we have is empowered by the one we lost."

    An anti-abortion rights activist holds a baby doll during a protest outside the Supreme Court building, ahead of arguments in the Mississippi abortion rights case Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health, in Washington, U.S., December 1, 2021. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst     TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY


    And Andrew from Washington praised his wife’s abortion that she had just prior to meeting him. He declared, "If she hadn't displayed the courage in what I can only imagine was a really tough decision, we wouldn't have our beautiful children and life we have today."

    Gabriel Hays is an associate editor at Fox News. Follow him on Twitter at @gabrieljhays.


    This Father's Day is extra special for the Nevins

    This story was excerpted from Rhett Bollinger's Angels Beat newsletter. To read the full newsletter, click here. And subscribe to get it regularly in your inbox.

    The odds of having a son in the Major Leagues is incredibly rare, and it’s even more rare for an active MLB manager to have a son playing in the Majors.

    But it’s the case for Angels interim manager Phil Nevin, whose son, Tyler, made his debut with the Orioles last year and is currently serving as Baltimore’s everyday third baseman, the same position his dad played in the Majors from 1995-96. So that’s why this year’s Father’s Day is so special for the elder Nevin, who nearly got choked up when asked what Father’s Day means to him.

    Nevin, 51, hasn’t had a chance to see his son play in person in the Major Leagues, as Tyler didn’t play in any games against the Yankees last season when Nevin was serving as New York’s third-base coach. But he’s slated to get that chance soon, with the Angels heading to Baltimore for a four-game series from July 7-10.

    “If we were playing Baltimore on Father’s Day, it would’ve been a difficult one for me, but it’ll be difficult in a few weeks when we see him,” Nevin said. “My dad [Norm] is more proud of this than anything when I was playing. This is something he’s always wanted to see. It’ll be a special day for him and for me, too. And then I get to see Tyler a few weeks later.”

    The last time an active manager had a son in the Major Leagues was in 2017, when John Farrell was managing the Red Sox and his son, Luke, pitched for the Royals and Reds. They even made history with Luke pitching against the Red Sox to mark the first time a player pitched against a team managed by his father.

    Buddy Bell also incredibly had two sons in the Majors at different points of his managerial career. When Bell managed the Rockies in 2000, his late son, Mike, played with the Reds and then his other son, David, played from 1995-2006, while Bell managed the Royals from 2005-07. Other recent examples include Hal and Brian McRae in the early 1990s, Felipe and Moises Alou in the 90s and Chuck and Bruce Tanner in the mid-80s. The last time a position player played against a team managed by his father was when Moises Alou's Cubs played Felipe Alou's Giants in 2004 but that should change in a few weeks when the Angels head to Baltimore.  

    Nevin said he tries to watch his son play on television as much as possible and said day games work the best because he can watch them early on the West Coast before heading to the ballpark. He said it’s more difficult when the Angels and Orioles are playing at the same time. His other son, Kyle, was a standout first baseman at Baylor University but announced last week he’s transferring to the University of Oklahoma.

    “My dad watches our games but he’d rather go see his grandkids play, whether it’s Kyle in college or Ty in the Major Leagues right now,” Nevin said. “But my dad manages the game along with me. I get texts after the game, so I know I have to deal with him.”

    Tyler spoke to MLB.com’s Zachary Silver, who wrote a great article about how much it meant to Tyler to see his dad hired as the interim manager to replace Joe Maddon. It’s worth a read, in full, but Tyler joked about what it’ll be like to play in a game against his dad as manager.

    “I talk to him about my at-bats a lot and tell him what I feel like is giving me fits. And now it's like, 'Well, guess he's gonna use that against me,’” Tyler said. “It's part of it. … But it's just funny, having those conversations, and then now he's going to pick the pitchers that face me.”

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