Father’s Day in the UK is the one day in the year to give thanks to the UK's somewhat underappreciated dads. Mums are often lauded with all the attention on Mother’s Day, and it’s perhaps true they traditionally have the harder role during childcare. But, in the modern world, we think dads should be showered with more attention and lots of praise.
The tradition of Father’s Day has been around for a long time, originally it was observed on March 19 in the Middle Ages, then known as St Joseph’s Day. It first spread to South America from Spanish influence and has been widely taken up around the world with more than 40 countries thanking their dads in the month of May. So, after all this time, don’t we owe it to our dads to honour them as best we can?
If you think you have the world’s best dad and you’d like to let him know, then you’re in the right place. But, how? Our Father’s Day 2017 offers and deals are the perfect solution. The question is what to get him? Dads can often be hard to buy for. We have the solution. Browse our Father’s Day voucher codes and promo codes and read our Father’s Day 2017 gift guide, why not check our Father’s Day gift ideas to see if you can find the perfect present to thank your dad for everything he does for you, and what better way to say thanks than with an unexpected and thoughtful gift. Father’s Day doesn’t have to be all about dad – though be sure not to forget him – our gift ideas work equally well for brothers, uncles, cousins, and step-dads. Father’s Day 2017 falls on June 18th, here are some ideas to get you on the right track.
Father’s Day Gift Guide: Something for Every Type of Dad
With this diverse selection of gifts, we at Myvouchercodes.co.uk think more than one of our discounted items will fit the bill. Does your dad love gardening and home improvement projects? Well, we have great discounts from the likes of B&Q and Homebase. How about a shiny new barbecue so he can grill and char meat to his heart’s content? Or, maybe, your dad’s a modern metrosexual. No problem; we have money saving promotions on the likes of aftershave and loads of grooming products. For the petrolheads, we have loads of great offers from Halfords which will help keep his pride and joy in tip-top condition. Perhaps some new threads are in order because there’s not much point cruising around in a sleek car in a disheveled state. Let us take you through our choices for a gift for dads everywhere!
For dad’s who are green fingered lovers of all things horticultural, then taking a look at the quirky gifts on offer from Not on the High Street are a fantastic option. Not on The High Street are known for weird, wonderful – and sometimes bizarre – gifts; you won’t find gifts like theirs anywhere else. Their Father’s Day gift ideas are second to none. How a Grow Your Own Red Wine Gift Crate, (see what we mean now?), Your red wine loving dad is sure to geek out over this, and he’ll certainly take care of it, knowing the precious nectar which will bear fruit from his nurture.Dad will also love the range at B&Q, there’s everything from wood paints,
when his shed (man cave) needs a paint job, tiles to redo the kitchen or bathroom, garden buildings
and gazebos, great for a summer garden party when he’s entertaining with that new barbecue. Or why not buy him some new garden plants or better yet buy a variety of different seeds so he can grow a new bed from root to leaves to flowers…
Speaking of, let’s consider the respective merits of gas vs coal. Its all down to personality - If your dad is more of a rustic outdoorsy type he might prefer the old-school get-your-hands-dirty type of coal option. There’s some fantastic coal barbecues at Argos.
When buying coal barbecues you should bear in mind that the flavour between coal and gas is pretty much the same, although it’s an old wives’ tale that coal imparts more of a flame-grilled taste compared to gas, you can read more about this on Amazing Ribs
. Actually, many taste tests have proved there’s not much of a difference in flavour between the two varieties. However, you can boost that smoky flavour that barbecues are so well loved for by using smoking chips. Or use different types of wood chips
to impart unique flavours to the food you’re cooking.
Or, does he really like to crank up the heat, and have more space for grilling with a gas option? Then he might want the gas option. When considering a gas gril for your dad or husband, you should ask yourself ‘is he patient?’, if not then gas might be the way to go, unlike with coal barbecues, with gas you can cook at the drop of a hat. However, they’re more expensive, so you win some, lose some. Visit Homebase and see how much you can save on a coal
barbecue. You could also try the likes of The Range
for all your summer cooking needs.
Every man appreciates a good aftershave; sure they may not speak about the scent they wear that often, but rest assured men still love the confidence boost that smelling good can bring. A good place to look for the perfect gift is The Fragrance Shop, they’re well known for bringing affordable fragrance to the high street. They stock the most recognisable aspirational brands too, so let’s see what you can save on getting the man in your life something smelly. Luckily on The Fragrance Shop’s website
there’s a section dedicated to Father’s Day. You can shop by bestseller and discounted items that have been reduced to clear. The current bestseller is the Paco Rabanne 1 Million for Men Eau De Toilette 200ml Spray, long name, but it shouldn’t take too long to explain why your husband or father will love it. The aftershave resembles leather, with hints of wood and exotic fruit, a most masculine scent, we must say. The bottle is an eye-catching gold which will stand out in his bathroom, he will feel a million quid!
Alternatively, why not get him some new threads. If you’re stuck don’t unravel too quickly, a great destination for stylish and modern men’s clothing is Cotton Traders. They have a fantastic range of classic polo shirts in all colours of the rainbow and the Cotton Traders
holiday shop has some great buys for preparation of a week in the sun.
Of course we also have great men’s clothing deals from the likes of Ralph Lauren, Gap
and TK Maxx.
To keep his pride and joy looking spick span, head over to Halfords to take a look at their car cleaning kits and care products. There’s everything from the pricey, to mid-priced and lower budget price options. If his wheels are constantly dirty, he’ll appreciate the Autoglym Perfect Wheels Gift Collection,
this set comes with a 500ml bottle of wheel cleaning solution, a 500ml bottle of tire dressing fluid, and a 300ml alloy wheel seal to lock in the shine he generates with his elbow grease. Then there are the full car care kits, Halfords recommends the Meguiars Car Care Kit. This kit contains a bottle of wash and wax 473ml, to eliminate dirt from the body of the car and add shine to the paintwork, a pot of Ultimate Quick Wax, which will buff his car even more, plus High Gloss Tyre Gel473ml to make his tyres go further.
For some further tips read Halfords
car cleaning guide. Kwik Fit
is a great alternative to Halfords, and we fantastic discounts on site too.
Footie mad Dad:
Many dads out there are fans of the beautiful game, and if yours is no different, we have a few ideas up our stripy sleeves. If he’s a gamer then the latest console game could be a good option, the question is do you wait for the next release in the series or opt for the current release? If he already has the latest game, then you could pre-order PES 2018 from Game
now. Or if he’s not much into gaming, why not buy him a shirt he can proudly wear from the stands. You don’t want to buy any old shirt though – wait actually you do – make his Father’s Day extra special and nostalgic by buying him his side’s vintage kit from when he was a lad. Vintage Football Shirts
can help you do exactly that. There are shirts (and whole strips) available from UK teams from the Premier League through the divisions, as well as Europe, International Teams and special memorabilia shirts worn by famous players of old. Get him something he’ll treasure this Father’s Day…
You’ll also find current football kits and shirts at JD Sports
. Or if dad wants to tune up for the upcoming Sunday league season why not get him some exercise gear from Under Armour?
Not on the High Street again, and it’s not a surprise, with their unusual gifts their one of our favourite brands. Let’s face it most men are lovers of cured meats, and now dads can make their own chorizo, with the Make Your Own Chorizo Sausage Kit.
As ever with Not on the High Street their gifts and presents are sourced from independent craftsmen and artisans, this chorizo making kit comes from Designa Sausage. The kit is super value, with the included ingredients making up to 10 chorizo sausages. Customer reviews include ‘he loved it!’ ‘quirky gift’ among other glowing messages. Your dad or husband will love this, although you may have to tolerate his moaning during the curing period.
M&S has some great BBQ food
, perfect for Father’s Day, take a look and make your dads day, maybe even cook the first of many summer BBQs.
Adrenaline Junkie Dad:
Lots of dads are secret adrenaline junkies, hence their love of fast motors. Red Letter Days have some jaw dropping Father’s Day gift ideas. To give Dad an experience he’ll truly remember. The Red Letter Days Tandem Skydiving Experience
would be an unforgettable day out, harnessed to an instructor Dad will freefall from 10,000 feet, for 30 incredible seconds, although we’re pretty certain here at My Voucher Codes that it’ll feel much much longer.
Driving experiences are a great day out and a brilliant memory to cherish for the adrenaline junky dad. At Buyagift
you can book amazing thrill rides on supercars likes Ferraris, Aston Martins as well as classic cars including the Dukes of Hazard car and the Austin Healy 3000.
Another option is Groupon,
see what discounted experiences we have.