Before you go shopping for your perfect Father’s Day gift check his sock drawer – Go on check! When you looked did you see at least 20 pairs of socks, Christmas themed, Simpsons to Best Dad! Yes, we know you did. So sit back down and let My Favourite Voucher Codes find the perfect Father’s Day present for your dad.
Match Your Dad Type to the Perfect Present
Every Dad has their own unique style of parenting and whether you compare your Dad to your friends’ or are comparing the dads in the playground. We are sure you will match your dad to one of the 11 types of Dad. So now Mothers Day has been done for the year, use our simple guide to work out your dad type and his perfect Father’s Day Gift
Super Proud Dad
Ever had a stranger know exactly who you are when you have been out in a bar or shopping? Does your dad always have a photo on hand of some minor achievement from when you were young? Does he tag you in everything with compliments and praise on Facebook? You, my friend, have the Super Proud Dad.
Your dad probably already has a state of the art camera and video camera. But does your dad have a selfie stick? Bring him right into the Teenies so he can make videos, photos that he can be in as well. Check out the range of selfie sticks for his existing camera of even his mobile at Currys. It is going to make him more unbearable, but he is going to love it.
The Coach Dad
Stood on the touch line, half way line, front row and centre stage. Come rain or shine you can always hear your dad shouting at the ref, cheering and telling everyone you’re his kid. The Coach Dad is sports mad and no matter what you turn your hand to he will ensure that he knows everything about it. Every car journey will be a break down of your entire performance whether it be pirouettes or conversion kicks
Take your dad back to when he was on the field with a 90s inspired Nike T-shirt from the Nike Store. The t-shirt comes in a bold yellow, a daring pink or a classic blue and screams “Fresh Prince of Bel Air”. The advantage for you is, with a big bold logo, when your dad is drawing attention to himself at least he is looking good
This dad built you a tree house, he is still putting up shelves and he may even have installed a new kitchen for you. From build it yourself Ikea furniture to handmade wooden toys for his grandchildren. There is nothing your dad can’t make or fix with his tool box and silicon (what is it with silicon and men?!).
The Bargain Hunters at My Favourite Voucher Codes trawled through our merchants and we all agreed that Wickes is the best place to shop. But do you know what vital tool or equipment your dad is missing? Nope, us either. It’s not a cop out to just get him that £20 voucher. I mean you wouldn’t want your dad choosing shoes or a dress for you. Let him wander the aisles to his hearts content and buy exactly what he needs – just remind him of any DIY you need doing first.
He knows all the words to every Panic! at the Disco song and he even took you to see Fall Out Boy when he was still Fall Out Baby. He is truly into mental health and is the person you talk to first whenever there is a problem. He knows that a good cry and a good night’s sleep will solve most problems.
Show your dad you really care and that you remember all those concerts you sat on his shoulders with a band t-shirt form EMP. We have a first-time discount of 10% off but most importantly you have every band from Guns n Roses to Foo Fighters (and all in black of course.). Just bring some tissues, ‘cause because your Emo Dad will probably tear up.
Ever have any problems with your homework? Nope, we didn’t think so either. Your dad loves Pointless and Eggheads and probably has the local pub quiz team trophy on the mantlepiece. In modern times your dad has become cooler with all the latest technology and, unlike your friends, he is teaching your mum how to use WhatsApp.
He is happiest with something that has buttons and a long list of instructions to figure out how it works. He loves a good puzzle and stocking fillers and Christmas cracker toys are, well, like Christmas. We couldn’t pick just one thing from I Want One of Those for your dad. Whether he wants a Star Wars Mug, handy tools, geeky gadgets or something for his phone – we have you covered. IWOOT also gives us new offers nearly every day so we suggest you check out what is on offer and grab a bargain. We know your Geeky Dad will be impressed if you got a bargain.
Father’s Day and you will be sat in the sun next to the herb garden, drinking craft beer. You will have enjoyed organic burgers and home-grown tomatoes. Sat with your dad discussing whether you should be buying a puppy or adopting (he will say adopting). Your Hipster Dad is right on. If he wasn’t a child of the 70s he should have been, and he is so green he is almost a tree. The problem is if its hip he already knows all about it and you can guarantee that he has read an article on it online.
Instead of the latest ethical, green and eco gadget why not get him the hipster clothing to match. Superdry offer some great t-shirts perfect for the local pub that only sells craft beer and artisan wine. Superdry are the ultimate hipster brand as they produce clothes with Sustainability in mind. They also operate ethically in all areas of their business, ensuring fair pay and working conditions. Plus, if you use one of our voucher codes you will also be adding to the 20% of profits we donate to charity every month.
Hover Dad 1
The original hands on dad, you see him normally being dragged behind at speed by a toddler, wet wipe in one hand and chopped apple in the other. No matter what the parenting technique of the moment your dad is trying it. Always slightly over cautious he finally let you go out when you were 18 (shhh he doesn’t know about before) but he was always there to pick you up no matter what the hour. For those late nights you owe him.
Whether your dad still has young children or is now looking to be a grandparent, treat him to The Works. Your dad likes safe sensible, indoors type presents and even a good book if he has time to read. With regular 20% offers, The Works will allow you to buy the latest modelling kit (to do with the kids), stationery (probably for your finances) and books (about the kids). No matter if its arts and crafts, stationery or reading there is a great present that will either allow your dad some ‘me time’ or allow him the best time with the kids.
Hero Dad 2
Like Arthur pulling the Sword from the stone, the day your dad became a dad he seemed to find magic powers that turned him into a super hero. He comes to the rescue when the car breaks down, he reminds you that your coursework is due and cooks tea, so you can concentrate. There is nothing he cannot do, and he spends all his time checking that everyone is ok.
We know the Super Hero Dad is king of the grill. He likes to whip up a mountain of sausages and burgers and ensure your best mate has a veggie one. He prides himself on giving the best summer BBQ party every year. So, £36 might be a bit more than you are used to spending on Father’s Day, but rope in the siblings and split it on the ultimate BBQ tools from Argos. He can toast, grill, and marinate to his hearts delight.
Did you get to that age and think I am older than my dad? He is still tearing the knees in his jeans, dragging you out of bed to see the moon and just making so much noise. Although at times his carefree attitude drives you insane. He is always lots of fun to be around and you only remember having the best times. Even now he is helping to keep you from getting to old and boring, he doesn’t seem to be slowing down.
If you are after an ultimate present and once in a life time you need to look to Virgin Experience Days. Get your playful dad sky walking, Formula 1 Driving or Paintballing with great offers and prices from under £100. If you are still earning your pocket money or it feels like that look a bit smaller at Hawkins Bazaar. Although maybe not jumping out of a plane, your dad will love a model plane to cruise around. Why not take him back with a new Scalextric set, mini pool set or table tennis for the dining room table? With a playful dad it’s hard to go wrong if you just make it a fun present.
The Manny Dad
The Manny Dad is probably looking after everyone, he might have given you “The Talk” and probably tried to give the talk to your friends as well (cringe!). He is interested in your feelings and that you are happy whether you’re top of the class or happy cruising in the middle. He says, “You tried your best” and carries a photo of you everywhere.
This Father’s Day treat him to some pampering in the shower. He will be too busy to have long baths, so try the Crabtree and Evelyn body washes. The range is full of herbs that will energise, nourish, calm or hydrate depending on what he fancies. This month we are also offering 30% off 250ml bottles shopping with voucher codes.
Does your dad never sit down? Never seen him in jeans, actually never seen him out of tailored clothing? Your dad was devoted to the family and there was nothing you went without. Downside to your Workaholic Dad was that, bar weekends and the annual holiday, he was always working. Even now when he works a bit less and even if he is retired he is still going. He is probably Chairman of the Rugby Club, Ramblers Association or Neighbourhood Watch. Being busy and working hard is what your dad does best.
Buying for this dad is easy because it just must be sharp and smart, and he will love it. If it doesn’t take him away from a very busy diary full of events it will be perfect. Have you thought about the 60% off Moss Bros sale? We aren't talking suits and ties – noooooo! What about a smart polo shirt or even a short-sleeved shirt to remind your dad of that down time. Better still there are even some chinos to keep him looking quite dapper when he is meant to be off work!
Whether your dad is a new dad or an old hand we can give you a suggestion to fit his personality and ensure that he doesn’t get another pair of socks.
From all the Bargain Hunters at My Favourite Voucher Codes – Here is to the first man in all our lives – Cheers Dad!
Posted By: Tegan Groombridge – 1st June 2018