Everyone remembers Mother's Day. Poor dad always seems to get slighted a month later. Blame it on the summer or the simplicity of the cookout over the brunch. It doesn't matter. Ultimately you find yourself making a Saturday night run to Neckties Galore, and your father understands. After all, he was probably there at the store, too, picking up a bow tie for your grandfather.

Thankfully, the Internet has given procrastinators a bit of a reprieve. While it's probably too late to load up on delivered goodies, the medium has evolved into a bonanza of digitally delivered gift certificates.

Sure, bellwether Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) has been doing this for ages. However, how about a gift certificate from eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY) for those spring-cleaning leftovers instead? Even if your dad isn't online, the Internet can still be your high-tech pal.

If he has a DVD player, why not treat him to a month or more of rentals from Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX)? You can fill up the queue with his favorites and keep him guessing all subscription long.

If your father shares your stock market zeal, it probably bears mentioning that all three of those online companies have been singled out as Motley Fool Stock Advisor newsletter recommendations. If your father enjoys undiscovered equities, your timing couldn't be better, as this is the last week to subscribe to Hidden Gems at the discounted charter rate. If mutual funds are more his speed, then perhaps Champion Funds will fit the bill. Then there's also our brand-new Money After 40 guide to personal finance.

You can even browse through our Stocks for Dad feature from last year and pick out a stock. Just whatever you do, please don't pick out another necktie.

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Longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz loves his dad. He can't recall ever giving him a necktie for Father's Day. He owns shares in Netflix.