Still Trying to Figure Out What to do on Father’s Day?

what to do on Father's day

Here are some literally sweet deals going on that special day.


On Father’s Day, June 17th, participating locations are offering dads free froyo! Check out their site for the details.


Who doesn’t love Portillo’s? This Sunday treat your dad to his favorite entree such as ribs or a sandwich. Then he can pick a dessert – a slice of their famous chocolate or lemon cake, strawberry shortcake, eclair cake, or even a cake shake for free!

And if your day may be long distance, Portillo’s has still got you covered. They’re offering $5 off shipping online with the promo code DAD18!

School is officially out and summer’s here! But how do you keep the kiddos entertained and away from that tablet full of apps? Here are a few places offering free classes and programs.

LEGO stores are offering monthly mini builds. Kids get a free lego kit and can participate in a building demo. Registration opens at 10 AM EST on the 15th of the month prior to the event – so you might want to click here and sign up for July’s session now!

Apple is offering a free summer camp program for kids ages 8-12. The program is three 90-minute sessions long, where young minds can explore the world of coding, moviemaking, robotics, and musical storytelling with hands-on experience!

Microsoft has a wide variety of programs with their YouthSpark Summer Camps. The camps are offered to children ages 6 and up and include making your own movie with 3D and mixed reality, learning coding skills with Minecraft, and STEM Saturdays – where parents and children get to participate in projects together!

I'm Stephanie. Coffee lover, desserts baker, and excessive shopper. Because I love indulging in all three I'm always on the lookout for the best deals out there- and sharing them with people.

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