9+ Unforgettable Father’s Day Discounts
Father’s Day is almost here, and there are a ton of businesses offering fantastic discounts for this holiday. While I don’t think it’s in our budget for me to list them all, here are some of the greatest ones I’ve found.
2022 Father’s Day Deals
Give dad that greatest gift in the world: coffee! This year, BRCC is offering a discount of 20% off when you build a Father’s Day gift bundle. The packages include three items:
- Coffee – choose the blend and the type (ground, whole bean, or rounds)
- Swag – choose between awesome t-shirts or caps
- Coffee Cup – with over 20 different cups, from the lidded travel cups to the grenade-shaped mug (my personal favorite), there’s something that fits.
Build a bundle for Dad that he’s sure to love.
This veteran-owned and operated company manufactures some of the coolest bottle openers on the planet. From Freedom Frags to the new 20mm bottle opener, there is something here that Dad will love. Also check out the hats, shirts, and stickers! Select items discounted on the website.
Okay, I’ve got a lot of kids and I’ve been through some crap diaper bags. Not to mention, most bags do not have dads in mind when they’re made. Enter Tactical Baby Gear (TBG)! This awesome company offers 20% off of their bag bundles when using code FATHERSDAY20. They have tactical diaper backpacks, tactical baby carriers, and even a tactical wagon that can carry a car seat in style. Have a blowout? No worries. Just carry along TBG’s Emergency Blowout Kit, complete with a diaper, wipes, a changing pad, a trash bag, and a distraction card for the little one. Got littles? Get Dad some Tactical Baby Gear!
This year, these shops are offering special Father’s Day gift cards for sale from now until June 18th. You will get 10% off the purchase price of the gift card, which gives Dad more to spend for less money. These cards can be used to shop online, from the catalog, or in-store beginning June 19th, 2021. They come in various denominations ($25, $50, $75, $100, $250, or $500), so the more you spend, the more you save. On the high side, you can get a $500 gift card for only $450, saving 50 bucks. These gift cards are only available for a limited time, so move fast.
Another one of my favorite veteran-owned companies, this one specializes in grooming supplies for men. This Father’s Day, take 20% off their beard butter, beard wash, and body wash. Don’t know which to get? That’s okay because they have a Father’s Day bundle! For $74.99, you can choose a beard oil scent, a beard balm/wax/butter, a deodorant, and a hat. That’s a savings of over $20 when these items are purchased separately. If your Dad has a beard, or even any hair really, then this bundle is probably the best gift you could get him.
Veteran-owned and Texas-made! These seasonings will up Dad’s grilling game to a level he’s never experienced. Whether it’s rubs for ribs, taco meat seasoning, or sauces, GYAO brings the flavor to the grill. For a limited time, they’re having huge discounts on their best products. “The A-Team” bundle contains 8 bottles of seasonings and normally sells for $119. It’s now selling for $72.99 – huge savings! Other bundles are selling for up to 40% off. If Dad spends any time around a grill, or even in the kitchen, he needs a seasoning bundle. You can also get 15% off with code DAD15.
If you’re familiar with this name, then you know that BattlBox is a monthly subscription box service that delivers outdoor and survival gear, tactical kits, and just some all-around cool gear. Well, what you may not know is that you don’t need to be a subscriber to purchase some of the boxes. Example: for Father’s Day, Battlbox is offering the “Ultimate Father’s Day Gift Box” for $119.00. The box includes:
- Lord & Field Wool Blanket
- Lord & Field Sleeping Bag Strap
- Bushcraft Grill Set with Waxed Canvas Carry Case
- Bushcraft Spice Wallet
- Campstrike Handmade Fire Starting Kit
- Lord & Field T-Shirt
All of these items together sell for over $233, but you’re saving almost 50% off of that price when you purchase them in the Father’s Day bundle.
Does not appear they are having the same sale in 2022!
Is Dad a race fan? For a limited time, NASCAR is offering 20% off their Father’s Day t-shirts. With messages like “Best Dad Ever”, or “Racing’s Greatest Dad”, there’s something for Dad in the NASCAR shop. Also, free shipping on orders over $50 when you use code: NASCAR.
If my wife can’t find me, I’m either at the range or Best Buy. While there is no blanket discount for all sales, some items at Best Buy are heavily reduced for Father’s Day. You can save between $40-$200 on select televisions, or $50 off on a home projector system. Take $70-$80 off wireless subwoofers or bookshelf speakers. Or save between $70-$100 off some smartwatches. Does Dad need a new laptop? How does saving $130 on a new Lenovo laptop sound? There’s so much more to list, but you should check out the sales for yourself before they’re over.
Advance Auto Parts is offering a 50% discount on select tool sets now through Father’s Day. There is anything from wrench sets, socket sets, and various other hand tools. Shop online for home delivery or curbside pickup.
Military Exchanges – Unless you live on or near an installation, you may forget about the exchanges. Be sure to check out the AAFES or NEX/MCX websites to find great gifts for dad. Whether it’s TVs, computers, grills, tools, or outdoor gear, your exchanges have all the gifts you need for Dad. Most items are discounted already, and there’s no sales tax. Get on it!
Time is passing quickly, so don’t wait to take advantage of these great deals. Get Dad something he’ll love this Father’s Day!
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About the author
Robert Haynes is a retired Army infantryman who has a squad of kids and is married to an active duty Soldier. He is a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, who spent his last few years in the Army as a Drill Sergeant. He is now a full-time dad, freelance writer, and out-of-work comedian.