Don't let your empty pockets dampen your enthusiasm for celebrating dad this Father's Day. Check out our list of freebies and discounts. You'll save a bundle and make dad proud.
Kroger and Redbox are teaming up again to offer another free DVD rental.
It's perfect timing, too. The code is valid this Sunday, which is also Father's Day.
Cici's Pizza is offering to feed dads for free on Father's Day.
You don't have to spend a lot of dough to make Dad happy on Father's Day, which, by the way, is this Sunday.
Businesses around the Triangle want to help you treat Dad without taxing your budget.
Here's a list of deals I've found. Please add any you've discovered in the comments section below.
Sears is offering a Father's Day deal that gives you the chance to buy dad a generous gift while snagging a gift card for yourself.
Food Lion launched an extraordinarily generous promotion today that will save you an automatic 20 percent on gift cards to select retailers.
Here's a great deal from Hallmark -- just in time for all those spring card-purchasing occasions.
Head over to the Hallmark website HERE to print a coupon for $5 off any $10 purchase at a Hallmark Gold Crown store.
I'm thinking Mother's Day, Father's Day and those May and June graduations.
I've started a gallery of gift ideas that will hopefully inspire you to find the right Father's Day gift. I'll be updating it as I can and please feel free to share your ideas.
Alan Foster writes: It’s painfully obvious how long I’ve been out of the gym. The amount of weight I’m lifting now is no less than half the weight I could lift just 2 years ago. The accompanying soreness, the decreased endurance and increased sweat are throbbing reminders of 2 years of not taking care of myself.
However, this morning, I awoke with the most energy I’ve had in a long time after having one of the best nights of sleep in a while. Can’t wait to get to the gym today to get my fill of some more sweet pain.
In what is very accurately called a grassroots effort, more than 1,000
tee times are up for public bid, giving recreational golfers in the
Carolinas a chance to play some elite private courses.
The foursome rounds - which can make great Father's Day or Mother's Day gifts - are being auctioned at Rounds4Research.com.
The purpose of the April 7-21 auction is to raise money for golf
turfgrass research, which includes outstanding research programs at
N.C. State and Clemson, according to an event news release.