Snap up a last minute Father’s Day bargain with up to 60% off top brands at House of Fraser

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Father’s Day is one of those days that creep up on you out of nowhere and surprise you.

If you’ve only just clocked it’s coming up this Sunday, don’t worry because we’ve got your back with a whole host of suggestions for last minute gift ideas.

Over the weekend House of Fraser are holding a snap sale meaning you can not only find your dad a lovely gift but you can snap up a quick bargain on it, too.

Something classic

Howick leather satchels in the menswear department

Head to House of Fraser Manchester this Father’s Day weekend to kit dad out with some stylish new bits and pieces. You can enjoy up to 60% off Howick leather goods and up to 50% off Ralph Lauren too.

Something sweet

Treat dad to a special sweet treat from Slattery’s chocolatiers in House of Fraser. These handmade chocolates are made in north Manchester and are sure to give him a bit of feel-good luxury on Sunday.

Something refreshing

Why not take some time out for a bit of bonding and get him a refreshing beer from Wild Mint Café on the fourth floor? Refurbished last year, the cafe is a lovely place to stop off for a quick drink and a bite to eat. Not feeling a beer? They’ve got a lovely selection of cakes to go with a cuppa, too.

Something stress-relieving

If your dad loves to potter in the garden, why not check out House of Fraser’s foodie gifts range? With their Foodie Garden growing kit, he can grow his own herbs and vegetables easily at home. The kits feature a stylish square, tapered tin planter, nicely packaged with a kraft board wrap and come complete with with three tomato seed varieties: Black Krim, Green Zebra and Roma. Once planted, they can be transplanted to patio containers or the garden to fully mature.

Something to make him feel pampered

Let your dad be pampered with a Father’s Day mini facial. Clarins are offering a selection of signature treatments, all of which include a 15 minute consultation and time for dad to change too.

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