8 Father’s Day Deals Your Dad Will Love So Much More Than That New Tie

Fathers Day 2017
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Dads are incredible — they’re always there to fix things, whether it’s a broken pipe or a broken heart.

Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 18. Have you made plans yet? If you haven’t, don’t worry! We have deals for you.

Already have plans? Take advantage of these freebies anyway — free beer and ice cream never hurt anyone.

8 Penny Hoarder-Approved Father’s Day 2017 Freebies

Get free stuff for Dad by taking him to any of these eight places for Father’s Day 2017. Here’s what he could score.

1. Free Bag of Coffee at First Watch

If you bring your dad to First Watch for a meal Sunday, June 18, he’ll get a free small bag of premium coffee.

2. Free Meal at Beef ‘O’ Brady’s

Dads get a free meal at Beef ‘O’ Brady’s on Sunday, June 18, with the purchase of another meal of equal or greater value. Doesn’t every dad deserve curly fries?

3. Free Firehouse Sub

Firehouse Subs is offering a coupon for a free medium sub with the purchase of an additional sub, side and drink.

4. Free Hooters Wings

Make your dad feel special this Father’s Day by taking him to Hooters, where you’ll get 10 free wings with the purchase of 10 wings and a beverage.

5. Free Pie at Shoney’s

Shoney’s has a special Father’s Day menu, and dads get a free slice of pie Sunday, June 18 — contact your local restaurant for details on the free pie and flavor. The restaurant is also expanding its buffet on Sunday to include garlic shrimp, fried chicken, peach cobbler and more.

6. Free Meal at Spaghetti Warehouse

Dads eat free at Spaghetti Warehouse on Sunday, June 18! Dads can opt for the 15-layer lasagna or any of their original recipe spaghetti entrées.

7. Free Beer at World of Beer

World of Beer is offering dads a free select draught or $5 off this Sunday. Also, if you buy a Blue Moon, you get to keep the glass. Cheers!

8. Free Combo Meal at PDQ

On Sunday, June 18, dads get a free combo meal at PDQ with the purchase of any meal, including kids meals, all day long.

Jacquelyn Pica is an editorial intern at The Penny Hoarder. She may or may not have already made plans for Father’s Day.

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