As you all know, Father's Day is June 16th! I wanted to share with you some great information that I have been introduced to for readers like yourself! RetailMeNot the largest digital coupon website in the United States, has put together the best Father's Day discounts and deals including coupons for electronics, travel, home improvement and more. I have to say that I love using digital coupons and because of them, I get the best deals out there when they are available.
If you haven't purchased anything for dad yet, you are not too late because you can enter into the RetailMeNot Father’s Day Golf Club Giveaway!! This is a great giveaway for dads and grand dads everywhere. Enter a giveaway for dad and enter daily for a chance to win $750 to spend on a new set of golf clubs for Dad at Golfsmith! This giveaway ends June 14th! Be sure to enter daily starting now!The RetailMeNot Father’s Day Golf Club Giveaway is pretty amazing and dad will love it too!
I wanted to share with you that there was also a Father's Day Survey done on RetailMeNot as well! This is pretty interesting and I had to share!
- Almost 3 in 5 (58%) dads surveyed feel that they spend more money on their partners for Mother’s Day than their significant others typically spend on them for Father’s Day. This was pretty sweet but our husband like to spoil us rotten. :)
- Don't have a gift this Father's Day? Dont sweat it because more than half of respondents (52%) will spend up to $60 on a gift for dad, while 16% don’t typically give a Father’s Day gift.
- LADIES please keep in mind, while the "DAD" shirts, funny ties and coffee mugs are cute and all..believe it or not Dad’s “do not gift” list includes ties (32%), T-shirts with dad-related slogans (27%) and coffee mugs (19%). Think outside of the box this Father's Day!
- Leave Father's Day up to the kids this year for a change. F athers might actually benefit more than mothers on their special days when their children are buying the gifts. Just 23 percent of consumers surveyed typically spend more than $61 on a gift for Mom, while 31 percent spend more than $61 on gifts for Dad.