The first of a few gift guides we’re putting together for Father’s Day here at FlexOffers.com, these offers are meant to appeal to a variety of dads with different ideas of fun. Whether they prefer spending an afternoon shooting hoops with their kids on the basketball court or unwinding with an exciting new video game in the den, these discounts are sure to entice family members who want to give dad gifts he’ll really enjoy.
A retail mainstay for aspiring athletes and stylish consumers alike, Footlocker.com is a great place to shop for dads who want to stay in shape. Reliable running shoes and moisture-wicking outerwear is available for the entire family, turning workouts into quality bonding sessions.
The Sports Authority
Speaking of getting in shape, The Sports Authority is where your readers will want to go for the athletic gear dad’s been eyeing for years now. While they sell home gyms and equipment for popular intramural sports, this is also a popular storefront for by hunters and airsoft enthusiasts.
If your readers want to upgrade their father’s mobile phone from the one he’s been using since newspapers were relevant, then the Sprint affiliate program is the answer. Affordable monthly plans and easy-to-use devices from top manufacturers makes this a no-brainer Father’s Day gift option.
Though FTD.com isn’t necessarily the first retailer your readers would think of when shopping for Father’s Day gifts, these floral delivery experts are also adept at sending baskets of cured meats that men love. Gourmet assortments of nuts and various savory snacks are also available, as are beer home brewing kits. Delicious.
Dell Home & Home Office
No self-respecting millennial should allow their dad to still use the same computer that was bought for the family at the turn of the century. A portable yet powerful laptop, a sleek tablet, or even a few videogames to unwind during retirement are all thoughtful presents for paternal tech enthusiasts.