Dads Can Get Free TCBY Frozen Yogurt on June 16


Dads deserve special treats on Father’s Day, and TCBY is giving them just that.

As “the country’s best yogurt” says, they’re celebrating “the country’s best dads”: On June 16, fathers can get a free 6-ounce cup or cone of frozen yogurt at participating stores.

Find your nearest TCBY on the company’s store finder, and start planning to take Dad for some free froyo.


(Is your dad more into ice cream than frozen yogurt? Consider gifting him an ice cream maker, so he can enjoy delicious treats at home any time he wants!)

Other Ways To Treat Dad This Father’s Day

Looking for other Father’s Day deals?

Potbelly Sandwich Shop is offering a free shake for dads between June 10 and June 16 with any purchase.

Baskin Robbins is offering $3 off online cake orders with the promo code “COOLDAD.” The cakes have to be a $15 value or more, and the promotion expires June 17.

Macaroni Grill has a $25, two-course “Buona Festa del Papa!” dinner deal for Father’s Day for your dine-in party between June 14 and June 16.

Morton’s Steakhouse has a tasty-sounding, three-course $59 dinner special for all diners on June 16 where you can choose from items like onion soup, filet mignon, miso sea bass, chicken piccata, key lime pie, and chocolate mousse.

If your dad wants a break from grilling at home, Famous Dave’s has all-you-can-eat ribs, which comes with two sides and a cornbread muffin, for $22.99 on June 16.

And if you’re royally lucky to live close to a Medieval Times, the restaurant-entertainment chain has free entry for dads between June 3 and June 16 with the code DAD19 and the purchase of one full-price adult ticket.

Last but not least, Good Housekeeping has a list of restaurants offering deals to dads, including gift card specials or free dining coupons you can use on your next visit at places like Chili’s, Red Lobster, and Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse.

What are your plans to make your father feel extra special this Father’s Day? Will you be taking advantage of any of these promotions?

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