Deals of the week to shop just in time for Father's Day

·Shopping Editor
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Father’s Day is fast approaching, but there’s still time to pick up the perfect gift before the big day rolls around on June 16.

Many retailers are currently in the midst of their mid-season sales, making now the perfect time to take advantage of the best shopping deals to find something special for dad.

From power tools to electronics, take a look at the best sales going on this weekend for gifts that dad will be sure to love!

Coach

Kennedy Brief 40
Kennedy Brief 40

As part of their summer sale, hundreds of new items have been added to Coach’s sale section at up to 50 per cent off. Replace dad’s worn-out old briefcase with this Kennedy Brief, a sleek crossbody with plenty of room for his documents, laptop and other everyday essentials.

SHOP IT: Coach, $349 (Originally $595)

Lowe’s

Cordless String Trimmer and Axial Blower Combo Kit
Cordless String Trimmer and Axial Blower Combo Kit

Tools at Lowe’s are on sale now at up to 15 per cent off, with extra deals on special items like the Greenworks String Trimmer and Blower Combo Kit. This kit comes with a cordless lawn trimmer and leaf blower so dad can make sure his lawn stays in top shape all season long.

SHOP IT: Lowe’s, $99 (Originally $199)

Bed Bath & Beyond

WaterFlex Wet & Dry Men's Electric Shaver
WaterFlex Wet & Dry Men's Electric Shaver

Just in time for Father’s Day, Bed Bath and Beyond has a host of deals to choose from with items at up to 50 per cent off, like the Braun WaterFlex Wet & Dry Men's Electric Shaver. It has a cordless design that lasts up to 45 minutes, and can be used in the shower for busy dads on the go.

SHOP IT: Bed Bath & Beyond, $59 (Originally $119)

Indigo

Fitbit Ionic
Fitbit Ionic

With deals in tech, home, music and books, you’ll be sure to find something that dad will love at Indigo. This week, save $70 on the Fitbit Ionic smartwatch that he can use to track steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes & hourly activity.

SHOP IT: Indigo, $259 (Originally $329)

Old Navy

 Regular-Fit Clean-Slate Built-In Flex Everyday Oxford Shirt
Regular-Fit Clean-Slate Built-In Flex Everyday Oxford Shirt

This weekend take up to 50 per cent off of apparel for the whole family, including deals starting as low as $7. Save on items like this classic Oxford shirt that dad can easily dress up or down for a day at the office or a casual weekend with the family.

SHOP IT: Old Navy, $25 (Originally $39)

Atmosphere

Marmot Catalyst 2 Person Tent with Footprint
Marmot Catalyst 2 Person Tent with Footprint

Father’s Day door crashers are on sale at up to 50 per cent off, making this a great time to pick up the perfect gift for outdoorsy dads. This Marmot two-person tent is lightweight and easy to assemble, making it the ideal tent for a peaceful weekend getaway.

SHOP IT: Atmosphere, $149 (Originally $259)

The Bay

Kelowna 5-Piece Patio Dining Set
Kelowna 5-Piece Patio Dining Set

Shop patio furniture and decor for up to 40 per cent off at Hudson’s Bay, just in time for backyard barbecues and warm summer nights. This steal of a 5-piece patio furniture set is made from water-repellent eucalyptus, and is perfect for updating dad’s outdoor oasis.

SHOP IT: Hudson’s Bay, $599 (Originally $1,199)

American Eagle

Ne(x)t Level Classic Khaki Shorts
Ne(x)t Level Classic Khaki Shorts

All shorts are currently on sale at American Eagle, with deals starting at $25 for men and women. This pair of classic flat-front khaki shorts is made with extra stretch for comfort, and has a 5-star rating from customers who love this style for the summer.

SHOP IT: American Eagle, $34 (Originally $49)

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