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Deals for Dad in Time for Father's Day

With Father’s Day approaching in less than a week (this Sunday!), now is the perfect time to snag a last-minute gift for Dad. Travelzoo collaborated with top activity providers and restaurants nationwide to assemble this curated list of great experiences for Father's Day.

From steakhouse dinners and flight lessons to rides in luxury sports cars, Dad will have something to look forward to this summer.

Nationwide: Upgrade Dad’s big summer cookout with Omaha Steaks and save more than 70% on a 22-piece Summer Grilling Pack; or sign him up for a yearlong subscription to The Economist for 70% off.

Los Angeles: Put pops behind the wheel of a NASCAR race car at Auto Club Speedway with Mario Andretti Racing Experience for $199 (reg. $400) or get him lifted with a hands-on private flying lesson for $99 from ALG Aviation.

New York City: Treat him to a night out at NY Mag Critics’ Pick MEGU with a $69 three-course dinner for two with drinks or an afternoon jet skiing off Rockaway Beach for $49 with Rockaway Jet Ski.

Miami: James Bond memorabilia shines at Dezer Collection, a 250,000-square foot auto museum; get admission for $17 a person. Or send him to Miami Speedway to experience the thrill of a NASCAR race car for $99.

Chicago: Give him a bird’s eye view of the Chicago skyline on a helicopter tour for two for $195; or join him for Navy Pier’s Wednesday night firework show from the Chicago River on this kayak tour from Waterriders for $29 per person.

Boston: A flight tour for three offers a top-notch view of Fenway and downtown for $132 from Noble AirVentures. Or help him channel his inner Tiger Woods with a round for two with cart rental at The Shattuck Golf Club for $59.

Click here to see all of our Father’s Day offers across the country.

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Thursday, June 13, 2013
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