Don’t forget: Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 21. I’ve got handful of freebies listed here that will come in handy on Father’s Day. Enjoy!
- Treat Dad to a Father’s Day meal at a McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant and he will be treated to a free dessert!
- Now through June 22nd, you can get a buy one, get one free entree at TGIFridays. You must bring this printable coupon with you for this BOGO offer.
- Get a coupon for a free light smoothie from Orange Julius to enjoy on Friday, June 19th. I remember going to Orange Julius when I would spend weekend nights hanging out at the mall. I had no idea the chain still existing.
- Treat dad to a free cone or cup at TCBY on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 21st. Thanks, Free Sample Momma for the heads up on this offer.
- Get a Free Entree With Purchase of Any Other Entree offer through July 15, 2009 at Pick Up Stix fresh Asian restaurants in Arizona, California and Nevada. You must download and print this coupon and bring it with you to get this BOGO deal.
- On Friday, June 19, New York City’s Central Park turns into “COMEDY CENTRAL Park,” a night of free stand-up comedy Live from SummerStage. The outdoor venue is located at mid-Central Park (near the Fifth Avenue & 72nd Street entrance) with doors opening at 7:00 p.m. and the show starting at 8:00 p.m.
Free Fun for Dad
- During the Conway (NH) Scenic Railroad’s Father’s Day special on June 21, dad rides free in Coach when accompanied by one or more of his children. Dad rides free in First Class when accompanied by another paying adult. (He’ll also enjoy complimentary appetizers in the First Class Parlor Car.)
- Dads ride in the sky for free on the Wildcat Mountain Gondola in Pinkham Notch, NH. He just needs to bring with one or more of his children with him to receive this special deal on Father’s Day.
National Parks Admission for No Cost
- On June 20 and 21, 2009, you can get admission to 147 National Park Service parks for free. These include Yosemite and the Grand Canyon, which I had no idea was a National Park. I thought it was just a “place” you could visit for free. Silly me. Regularly, it costs $25 per car to enter Grand Canyon National Park. This is one of three weekends when the National Park Service will waive admission fees. The other two are July 18-19, 2009, and August 15-16, 2009.