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    If you're trying to figure out plans for Father's Day, we've got bites and gifts that can help save some money, and give Dad a memorable day.

    (Published Tuesday, June 13, 2017)

    Americans are expected to spend more than ever on gifts this year for Father's Day.

    Total spending is expected to reach $15.5 billion, a sign of strong consumer confidence heading into the second half of the year, but there are ways you can save, too. 

    Dinner

    Cool River Café in Las Colinas will feed Dad a free steak worth up to $40 on Father's Day. A purchase of equal or greater value is required. Guests are encouraged to call ahead and make a reservation. 

    Medieval Times is also footing the bill for Father's Day. Admission for Dad is free and includes a two-hour live tournament show and a four-course medieval meal. A purchase of another full-priced adult meal is necessary. Guests can use promo code DAD17 when purchasing tickets. 

    Spaghetti Warehouses in Arlington and Dallas are celebrating with free lasagna or any original spaghetti entree for free. The offer is only valid for dine-in customers. 

    Gifts

    If Dad likes (or wants) to be active the Fitbit Blaze (now $145.99) and the Fitbit Surge Devices (now $199.95) are $50 off at Fitbit.com. The deal includes free shipping. 

    Home Depot is offering the DeWalt 18-volt cordless toolkit for $100 off (now $199). This product also includes free shipping or you can select a store online and pick it up yourself.

    The Amazon Echo is $40 off (now $139.99) and includes free standard shipping. But if you want it in time for Father's Day, you may want to consider upgrading the shipping for a fee. 


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