Deals and Discounts for Father’s Day

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Father’s Day is Sunday and there are ways to tell Dad you love and appreciate him and still save money.

WHNT NEWS 19 looked around and scoured the web to find deals for the Dad who’s a space enthusiast, the Dad who loves tools or even trains, and the Dad who loves steak.

For Dads who love their tools, you can get a good deal for him if you act now.

K-Mart is offering 50% off of what he needs to fix up his ride and 25% off of other tools he can use around the house.

The U.S. Space and Rocket Center has a deal for dad: free admission, with one paid admission to the museum. It’s their gift to fathers everywhere, but you have to mention the deal when you come in the front door.

If Dad has a bit of a wild side to him, take him to the zoo.

The Birmingham Zoo is offering free admission to fathers on Father’s Day.

Lots of fathers may have grown up playing with trains.

The North Alabama Railroad Museum has a special excursion planned for fathers.

It costs less than what you’d pay to take him out to dinner and it’s likely something he doesn’t do everyday. Fathers jump on board for $15; kids get to ride for $10.

But most fathers might admit — nothing says “Happy Father’s Day” like a tasty steak.

If you go to and type in a Huntsville zip code for discounts, it will pull up Momma’s Roadhouse Grill in Falkville.

You can purchase a $15 gift certificate for just $6.

And the staff confirms on Father’s Day, they’ll serve prime rib just for Dads. It’s something they usually don’t serve on Sundays.

Finally, there are some things that Dads are softies for that won’t cost you anything: a homemade card, a walk in the park, just an hour or so of your time to make a memory with him.

Those things are all priceless.20140609-055147-21107312.jpg

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