Bargian Hunter: Last minute Father's Day deals; Tatler offer


Sniff out a Debenhams deal

With Father's Day just a day away, bargain hunters everywhere will be looking to pick up a great value gift for their dad. Thankfully, a number of stores have deals on at the moment which could help you find the perfect low-cost present. Take the Debenhams sale for example. With up to 70 per cent off all items in store and online, there are plenty of good offers on gifts for men. Top selling items in the sale so far include a Lorus Watch, reduced from £55 to £27.50 (online only), a 50ml bottle of Paco Rabanne Ultrared eau de toilette, down from £30 to £14.77 and Maine New England striped polo shirts, reduced from £16 to £12.





Getting personal

The quirky online gift store GettingPersonal.co.uk is hosting a fantastic Father's Day voucher discount at the moment. Customers entering the code GPDAD12 at the Getting Personal checkout will see all items in their virtual basket reduced by 12 per cent. Even better, if you also add the code GPDADFREE while making your purchase, your products will be eligible for free delivery. This offer ends on Monday.





Asking to be devoured

Never shy about running a discount, the Italian restaurant chain Ask has a great meal offer on just now. Simply visit: http://ind.pn/drlHyB, fill in and print the coupon and hand it over to staff while ordering. If you do all this, dad's food will be free.





In the pink

Finally, and in all honesty this is unlikely to be of interest to the nation's fathers, the fashion and society magazine Tatler has launched an introductory deal for prospective customers. For just £5, new readers will receive five issues of the long-established periodical, a total saving of around £15 on the normal magazine price. That's not all, however; to sweeten the deal still further two free bottles of pink and pearl OPI nail lacquer will be sent out to readers with the first magazine.

j.hall@independent.co.uk

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