Best Father’s Day sales for 2018

Father's Day is Sunday, June 17. Whether you plan on getting Dad power tools, clothing, sporting equipment or his favorite whiskey, you have plenty of opportunities to save, as retailers are rolling out sales on popular Father's Day gifts. Browse this list of the best Father's Day sales to find something special for Dad – or your own toolbox or liquor cabinet.

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Academy Sports + Outdoors. The outdoor and sporting supply retailer is rolling out limited-time deals in the approach to Father's Day. Highlights include $20 off Sperry Men's Fathom Boat Shoes (usually $79.99) and $50 off Masterbuilt MES 140S Digital Electric Smokers (usually $249.99). Both these deals run June 10 through June 19.
Ace Hardware. The Father's Day sale runs until June 18 and includes savings of more than $100 on certain items and $10 to $30 off many items. Sales include $150 off a DeWalt 20-volt max four-piece cordless combo kit and $50 to $100 off select Traeger grills.

Allen Edmonds. Select shoe styles are discounted by as much as $200 through June 17. The exact discount will depend on shoe type, but dress shoes, boots, loafers, boat shoes and more are included in the sale.

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Beer of the Month Club. This monthly subscription service will send craft brews each month to Dad's door. Through June 18, use code FD10 to get $10 off four-shipment orders. Use FD15 to get $15 off prepaid six-shipment orders. And use FD25 to get $25 off prepaid 12-shipment orders.

Cabela's. Save up to 50 percent during the Father's Day sale through June 17. The sale includes outerwear, grills, fishing equipment, camping gear and more.

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CafePress. Use code DAD18 through June 15 to get 20 percent off customized Father's Day gifts. Options include T-shirts, mugs, barware and more.
Dick's Sporting Goods. The Father's Day sale, which runs until June 16, features up to 50 percent off golf apparel and equipment, up to 40 percent off athletic shoes, up to $50 off select activity trackers and $50 off select Yeti coolers.
Fitbit. Select trackers are $50 off through June 16. For example, the Fitbit Ionic is $249.95, marked down from $299.95. No discount code is needed – just shop the sale through Fitbit's site.

Guitar Center. If Dad is musically inclined, get instruments, speakers and more for 25 percent off (for a maximum discount of $500) through June 15 with code JUNE25.

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Holiday Wine Cellar. Buy any one bottle of select products, including select sizes and brands of whiskey and scotch, and save $10 on your next bottle with code FATHER1. The promo includes 750-milliliter bottles of Jameson, The Glenlivet Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Avion Tequila Reserva 44 and more.

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The Home Depot. The Father's Day sale runs until June 17 and features up to 15 percent off grills, up to 25 percent off outdoor power items and up to 45 percent off select Milwaukee-brand tools. The sale is huge, but the site allows you to filter by price point. Navigate to the Father's Day sale on Homedepot.com, and click on the links for Father's Day gifts for less than $100, gifts for less than $50, et cetera, to pull up gifts within your budget

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Lowe's: The Lowe's Father's Day sale features discounts in practically every category the big-box home improvement retailer offers, from tools to grills to storage to smart home technology. Individual deals run through various dates, with some running until June 20. Discounts include 30 percent off select tool sets, 10 percent to 20 percent off select grills and smokers and 25 percent off select security cameras.

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