Father’s Day freebies - celebrate for free

Father's Day Freebies

Father's Day is on 18th June this year, and so is just around the corner. Dads are notoriously difficult to buy for, and when money is tight, the problem gets even worse.

Fortunately, there are plenty of freebies around that will help you celebrate without the cost.

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Free Father's Day cards
If you're on the O2 Network - and you're quick - you can get your hands on a free Father's Day card from Choosey. The drawback with this deal is that postage isn't included, so you'll have to pay for that. The interesting bonus is that you can record a free video message on your phone. Then when your dad gets his card in the post he can download the app and use the code in his card to see your video online.

Free father's day e-card - with beer
Magic freebies have spotted the fact you can send your Dad a Father's Day e-card for free from Marstons - and it comes with a voucher for free drink. You just pop onto the website and pick from a pint of Pedigree, a soft drink, a glass of wine or a pint of Fosters. You can then pick the location nearest to him, and fill out your details. Your dad will get his free card on the day.

2 pints of free beer
The users of HotUKdeals.com have spotted that you can get two free pints at any Fuller's Pub, so you and your dad can have one each. It's actually part of a competition to win him the run of a pub for the day, but even if you're not feeling lucky, the freebie is a nice way to kick off your celebrations.

Free magazine
The Week is a weekly current affairs magazine, designed to round up the big news of the week in an easily-digestible form. It reprints articles from over 200 international sources, so your dad will be well-informed, without the effort. The publishers are giving away free issues in order to tempt you to sign up to a subscription, but there's nothing stopping you from getting the freebie for your dad - without committing to any kind of long-term deal.

Free after shave balm
This is a pretty generous freebie, because L'Occitane After Shave Balms are worth £10 - so you'll need to get in quick before they run out. The deal comes from Mr Hyde, and all you have to do is sign up for the daily newsletter in order to get your freebie voucher (you'll need to go into your nearest store to pick your balm up). Deal-hunters tend to have a dedicated email address for this kind of thing, to stop daily emails clogging up their inbox.

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Christmas gift ideas for men
Fancy a tipple? A bottle of wine might not seem like the most lavish of Christmas gifts but it can be the perfect present for someone who loves a glass of red or white. Or why not push the boat out and buy them a whole case? Websites like Laithwaites.co.uk offer a huge range of wines which you can filter by type, country and even grape variety!
Improve the quality of your Christmas listening this year by giving your nearest and dearest a speaker! There are plenty of affordable, high quality, bluetooth connected speakers on the market now including these fun and colourful portable speakers from Sony at Currys PC World. If you're looking for something a little more upmarket why not splash out on the Echo from Amazon which connects all the devices in your home too.
This shaving kit from the Bodyshop includes everything the men in your life could need to get a fresh shave each morning and it all comes with a touch of luxury. If you don't want to fork out for the whole set, each part also comes individually and can be found here. Why not add to the gift with a razor from Boots too to really round out the whole set.
You can't go wrong with a nice new timepiece, especially if their old watch is starting to look a little tatty. Take a look at watchshop.com for a wide variety of watches including this stylish Emporio Armani number on sale for £127. If you're happy to spend a little more why not take a look at the selection available on the Goldsmiths website.
Got a daredevil in the family? Or maybe just someone who likes trying new things? Experience days are not only a great gift but a good way to kick start a new hobby. Whether it's beer brewing, skydiving or a day spent learning how to make chocolate there's so many options it's easy to find something to fit your loved one. Sites like experiencedays.co.uk and virginexperiencedays.co.uk are handy for browsing.
Add a touch of class with a smart new wallet for a loved one. These billfold wallet from Aspinal are sure to stand the test of time, even if their price tag is a little more than a high street number. If your looking to spend less why not take a look at the wide range on offer at House of Fraser or John Lewis.
Subscription TV and film packages are more popular than ever and although they might not be the first thing you think of when it comes to gifts, buying someone a year long membership could be the best present under the tree this year. Netflix monthly costs range from £5.99 to £8.99, you can get Now TV subscriptions that vary from £2.99 to £6.99 while Amazon Prime Video is just £5.99 a month.
VR has exploded in 2016 having made its way onto the market in a big way with pricey products such as the outstanding Oculus Rift (pictured). If, like us, you don't have £549 squirrelled away for a Christmas gift why not try cheaper options like the Samsung Gear, VR Box 3D or the Aizbo 3D VR.
Have you got an aspiring chef in the family? Or maybe just someone who loves to spend time in the kitchen? There's plenty of gifts that fit the bill. If they love trying new flavours why not invest in this Three Month World Kitchen Spice Subscription. Or, why not combine cooking with a class in this Fine Dining DIY Cookery Class. While the sun might have set on summer, 2017 is just around the corner so this Personalised BBQ Set is ideal for those looking ahead!
Looking for a gift for a keen traveller? Then why not invest in the increasingly-popular scratch off maps. ScratchMap.org have a huge selection of styles and colours and including whole world versions as well as UK, Europe and US editions.

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