Trust Us: Your Dad Wants a MasterClass Membership for Father's Day (& It's on Major Sale as We Speak)

Give dad the gift of knowledge

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A close up of a few MasterClass instructors.

As a reminder, Father's Day is coming up on Sunday, June 18. And in our search for the best gifts for every type of dad, one thing kept coming up: a MasterClass membership. If you're unfamiliar with the online platform, all you need to know is it's like taking classes from a star-studded roster of industry professionals in various fields. And from now through June 18, you can snag up to 50 percent off monthly subscriptions. So rather than paying up to the usual $20 per month (billed annually), you can get any of them for just $10, including the family plan, which can be shared on up to six devices!

So if you're thinking of buying it for your dad, grandpa or partner, you can probably reap the benefits, too (we're sure they'll be down to share). Regardless, dads will be able to choose from more than 180 lessons offered, including mastering the markets with investment guru Ray Dalio, tapping real estate secrets with Robert Reffkin, learning the athlete's mindset from Wayne Gretzky and loads more.

But don't just take our word for it. Here's why one MasterClass reviewer is hooked: "I've watched 36 MasterClasses by tuning in while I'm in the bathroom, eating and doing chores around the house. MasterClass teaches us how to live with passion, grit, humility and with a process that makes our life journeys something to savor instead."

Sounds like something dad (or anyone in your life) would be into? Then you know what to do. Oh, and BTW, MasterClasses can be viewed on smartphones, personal computers, Apple TVs, Amazon FireTVs and Roku streaming services, so subscribers can access lessons in whatever way is most convenient for them. And regarding delivery, a gift subscription can be sent to your guy's email ASAP (ahem, last-minute shoppers, take note), so you can focus on barbecuing instead of shipping deadlines. Here are five of the coolest classes offered on the site that dad will love.

1. Ray Dalio and More on Mastering the Markets

  • Class Length: 4 video lessons for a total of 3 hours

Investment gurus including Ray Dalio, Meredith Whitney, Joel Greenblatt and Seth Klarman share their secrets to success on Wall Street.

2. Steve Martin Teaches Comedy

  • Class Length: 25 video lessons for a total of 4 hours 40 minutes

If dad is going to learn how to find his comedic voice, who better to get advice from than the iconic Steve Martin?

3. Ringo Starr Teaches Drumming & Creative Collaboration

  • Class Length: 12 video lessons for a total of 1 hours 49 minutes

Got a Beatles fan on your hands? He'll love tapping into his musical passions with the band's legendary drummer himself, Ringo Starr.

4. Gordon Ramsay Teaches Cooking Restaurant Recipes at Home

  • Class Length: 15 video lessons for a total of 4 hours 14 minutes

When the class ends, dad will have learned how to make 13 restaurant-inspired dishes, from appetizers to desserts, using go-to ingredients.

5. Serena Williams Teaches Tennis

  • Class Length: 10 video lessons for a total of 2 hours

Since private lessons with the world's #1 ranked women's tennis player are highly unlikely, he can still get many useful tips from the best.

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