While most father’s want nothing more than an opportunity to relax with their family (as was the case with my dad growing up) modern society is seeing more and more of a household’s income being accrued by mothers. As such, a rise in the numbers of Father’s Day gifts has followed and companies are beginning to offer bigger and bigger sales when Dad Day rolls around.
Whether he’s a professor, outdoor enthusiast, or craftsman, there’s a great offer somewhere out in the marketplace for the big man, and here are some suggestions.
One of the most infamous buildings for enthusiastic spending is Cabela’s outfitters. Carrying everything from hunting and fishing equipment to state-of-the-art camping supplies and apparel, it’s easy for a fellow to go over budget with the walls of Cabela’s. This Father’s Day, they are offering anywhere from 25% to 70% off of select items such as Trager pellet grills, fishing tackle, Garmin GPS’ and more.
2: The Home Depot.
Whether your dad is Tim “the Toolman” Taylor or not, your husband/dad may suggest some manner of addition to his tool belt or tool shelf. The Home Depot has a perfect buying guide for a tool layperson, all the while keeping prices as low as you’ll find them
3: Dick’s Sporting Goods.
For sporty dads, Dick’s has cooked up a great online buying guide, separating gifts by price level and hobby. Sign up for their newsletter and get 10% off your purchase, and all orders over $49.00 get free shipping.
4: Omaha Steaks.
What could make for a better Father’s Day gift than a giant box of high-quality aged beef and steaks? Their special Father’s Day gift boxes start at $67 and come with two ribeyes, two filet mignons, 4 Omaha steaks burgers, a house-made German Chocolate cake, and all the seasoning you need to make a delicious Father’s Day dinner.
5: Men’s Wearhouse.
Looking to hone the razor-sharp edge of his wardrobe? Men’s Wearhouse is offering half-off designer suits by names like Ralph Lauren, Joseph Abboud, and Kenneth Cole. There are also savings available on dress, shirts, shoes, and more!