The 2015 father's day sales you should shop
Whether you're looking for a last-minute gift or simply want to take advantage of holiday deals, celebrate dad's special day the right way with a Father's Day sale event. We've handpicked nine discount promotions that you can shop leading up to June 21.
For major savings fit for an all-star dad, check out the Father's Day "Major League Dad" discount opportunity at Kohl's. The department store is offering $10 off a Father's Day gift purchase of $30 or more.
Online shoppers should enter promo code "DADSDAY10" at checkout. In-store shoppers can print a coupon pass from the retailer's website. This offer applies to select styles and is valid through June 21.
Over at Sears, Father's Day is a multiday celebration. Beginning June 12, the retailer launched its 10 Days of Deals for Dad 2015 event. Each day through June 21, the store is offering a one-day only offer on a selected product specifically designed to delight Dad.
Check back each day for a sale price on a top Father's Day gift pick. Price cuts apply to products such as tool sets, tool centers and more. Each day's deal ends at 11:59 p.m. CST, while supplies last.
3. Foot Locker
Get off on the right foot with dad this year with savings of up to 30 percent off on select styles at shoe superstore Foot Locker. That's right — get dad's dream pair of Nikes or Jordans for a lot less than you'd normally pay.
For instance, customers can walk away with the Men's Jordan AJ XX9 for just $159.99 (regularly $224.99). Check out the retailer's website to view the entire selection of discounted sneakers.
4. Things Remembered
Online marketplace Amazon isn't sitting out this year's Father's Day deal extravaganza, either. The cyber store is offering a variety of time-limited sale prices on clothing, electronics and more.
For example, through June 21, shoppers who spend $100 or more on qualifying DeWalt tools and accessories shipped and sold by Amazon.com will be eligible to receive a $20 discount at checkout. Over in the electronics department, select wireless Canon printers are half off and select Sony 4K TVs are up to 40 percent off.
For the outdoorsy father in your life, you can save big on a variety of action gifts, thanks to adventure retailer Cabela's Father's Day sale. Savings can be found on apparel, accessories and more.
Still not sure exactly what dad wants? The store has organized products according to dad-type. Simply decide whether your dad is more of a chef, fisherman, boater, hunter, camper or shooter and start browsing.
7. Bass Pro Shops
Speaking of fishing, catch a big deal over at Bass Pro Shops. The store has slashed prices on products in the following departments: fishing, hunting, shooting, boating, camping, men's clothing, shoes, outdoor recreation and more.
Until June 21, shoppers can reel in sale prices on a host of popular products, including casting rods, lounge chairs, binoculars, coolers and life jackets, among others. Snag the Bass Pro Shops aluminum fish fryer, for example, for just $29.97 (regularly $49.99).
8. Ace Hardware
If your father is less of an outdoor adventurer and more of a weekend warrior, help him finish his latest project around the house with the "All About Dad Sale" at Ace Hardware.
Through June 21, the hardware store is offering sale prices on select items, including grills, tools, outdoor canopies, lawn mowers and more. These discounts are available at participating Ace locations. Select items are also available online. See each product for specific details.
Finally, no matter what you're shopping for, you can be sure to find it at a great price at Overstock. Here are a few of the noteworthy discount opportunities:
- Up to 80 percent off, plus an extra 10 percent off men's watches
- Up to 55 percent off, plus an extra 10 percent off men's jewelry
- Up to 55 percent off men's fragrance
- Up to 40 percent off electronics
- Up to 35 percent off, plus an extra 10 percent off select sports and outdoors
Visit the retailer's website to browse the complete selection of eligible sale-priced products.
Copyright 2015 U.S. News & World Report
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