Treat Your Dad on Father’s Day with Food Freebies and Deals

06/17/2015 at 05:40 PM ET

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What’s the best way to honor thy father this Father’s Day? By giving him free stuff, of course.

With freebies, everybody wins — your dad is happy, you save money, and, if all goes well, he’ll share with you.

Here are some food chains and national restaurants where you can nab delicious deals and remind your dad why you’re his favorite offspring.

The Counter, a national chain known for build-your-own burgers and snacks like Parmesan garlic fries, is celebrating the holiday with “BFD” — anyone who announces to their waiter that their dad is a “BFD” (big f—ing deal) will score him a free ⅓-pound burger.

Hurricane Grill & Wings is offering all dads a free entrée when someone else in their party purchases an entrée.

Several McDonald’s locations are serving dads a free breakfast platter or Extra Value Meal, along with free coffee, on June 21 during breakfast hours. (Catch: Dad’s must be accompanied by a child.)

Mrs. Fields is offering 15% off all orders through June 21 with the coupon code TREATDAD.  Or save 10% site-wide with the code SAVE10.

The Popcorn Factory is offering 15% off all Father’s Day popcorn gifts (with code SHERPA15) through June 21.

— Maria Yagoda

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