Updated Jan. 4, 2021: Father’s Day is June 20. If you don’t have plans to celebrate Dad yet, now is the time to start making them. Luckily, we’re here to help. From steak dinners to massages, here are all the freebies and discounts you need to know about for Father’s Day.
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Ruth's Chris Steak House
Go to Ruth’s Chris Steak House with Dad on Father’s Day and he’ll receive a $25 gift card for next time. Want to give Dad the gift of good steak? Purchase a $200 gift card and you’ll receive a $50 bonus card.
Treat Dad to some dim sum this Father's Day. Now through Sunday, P.F. Chang's patrons who purchase a $50 gift card get a bonus $10 gift card.
Fathers with a sweet tooth can get a free 6-ounce yogurt at TCBY. The offer is only available on June 16 and varies by location.
Potbelly Sandwich Shop
Tell the cashier at Potbelly Sandwich Shop you’re a dad and get a free shake with any purchase, until June 16.
Still have a sweet tooth? Order any ice cream cake from Baskin Robbins and get $3 off with the promo code “COOLDAD”.
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Get 20% of all Father’s Day gifts at Edible Arrangements by using the code “FORDAD”. Orders must be $39 or more.
Purchase a Fudgie the Whale cake at any Carvel location on Father’s Day and get a free, limited edition Fudgie the Whale hat.
Use the code “DAD19” to get free admission for Dad at Medieval Times with the purchase of one adult ticket. This offer is valid now through Sunday.
Some local parks and museums offer free admission for Dad on Father’s Day. Check your local listings for more information. And if you’re looking to get out of town this weekend, here’s our list of the best trips for Dad in each state.
Get two 60-minute massages for $120 at Massage Envy, as a special for dads. Vouchers can be used between July 1 and Sept. 30, and are only available at participating locations.
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