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Father's Day gifts: seven great online deals

Father's Day gifts range from deals on auto parts to food seasonings for grilled food. Online deals offer up to 25 percent off Father's Day gifts, but they often come with a minimum purchase requirement.  

By Tara McAlisterMcClatchy Newspapers (MCT) / June 8, 2012

Celebrity dad Drew Lachey and son Hudson,1, join Pampers at the “First Father’s Day Cook-Out” celebration in New York last year in June. One of this year's online Father's Day gifts is a diaper-changing toolbox for dads.

Diane Bondareff/AP images for Pampers/File


With Father’s Day approaching, now’s the time to take advantage of some great online deals. Be sure to use coupon codes for discounts and/or free shipping; find great ones at and

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For the dad who loves cars: Advance Auto Zone is offering 15 percent off orders of $100 or more using coupon code MA29.

For the iPhone dad: Create a customized iPhone case on Rite Aid’s website; enter the coupon code RAphone10 to save $10.

For the dad who wants something just for him: Personalized gifts guarantee no regifting. Check out and take advantage of several items on sale. Use coupon code pmall10D to save $10 off a $50 purchase; spend $75 and get free shipping.

For the dad who considers himself quite the foodie behind the grill: Add a little kick to his favorite recipes with seasonings from Use coupon code Charlotte20 to save 20 percent; spend $45 for free shipping. If barbecue sauce is his thing, try Ali’s All-Natural BBQ Sauce, which is on sale for $5.50 a bottle at This sauce has 95 percent less sugar than most barbecue sauces.

For the dad who loves to spend his time on the water: is all about water sports. Use coupon code OVT5 to save $5 off a $50 purchase or use coupon code V5Wel21 to save 15 percent off a $100 purchase. Plus they offer free flat rate shipping.

For the dad to be: Diaper changing never looked so cool than on Get 25 percent off with the coupon code poop101. (Call 1-855-4NewDad for more information.)

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