It’s Father’s Day, which is a day to honor the special men in our lives. It’s also a time to get free stuff if you’re a Dad. For example, most Bareburger franchises are offering a free 12 oz. or 20 oz. beer of Dad’s choice per father for the day. Check out more freebies for the day below.
Duffy’s Sports Grill locations are giving a free pint of beer with any meal purchase to dads today, plus a $10.00 MVP bonus added to their loyalty accounts. Bareburger is also offering free beer to dads, as we’ve stated above.
At Firehouse Subs, customers can get a free medium sub with the purchase of a medium or large sub, a side and a drink today. Hooters has a really good batch of deals for the day. According to the restaurant, buy any 10 wings and a beverage and you can get 10 free boneless wings today. In addition, for every $25.00 Hooters gift card that is purchased, gift givers will earn an extra $5.00 in Dads Bonus Bucks. These Bucks are redeemable at any participating Hooters location from June 19 – July 30, 2017. For Outback lovers, if you buy a $50.00 Outback gift card or more today, you can receive a free $10.00 bonus card. For more upscale dining, fathers get a $25.00 dining card that can be used for food purchase through August 27, 2017. A purchase of an entree is required for this.
For those Medieval Times-goers, the code DAD17 will get you free admission for your father, with the purchase of another adult.
If you are planning on ice cream for dessert today, Baskin Robbins provides a savings of $3.00 off an ice cream cake if you use the promo code FATHER. And, at TCBY, dads get a free yogurt for the day at participating locations.
In addition to food, there are also store deals and other discounts. Fandango is giving 10 percent off gift card orders of $50.00 or more if you use the promo code DADS2017.
For those who love the food from certain restaurants but would like to dine in, take your pick of the below options from some of your favorite eateries. Click on the meal items you wish to check out and you will be taken to the corresponding recipe.
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