Learn with Dad or learn a little more about Dad with this year’s Father’s Day deals.
If your dad is all about the latest in tech, AT&T is running a promo on the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go that’ll knock your socks off (and his).
Separately, for those that are interested in exploring their own family tree, Ancestry has a wicked deal to make your dad and your wallet happy.
As you shop for Dad this year, keep the following hot deals in mind.
Get 50% off the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go at AT&T This Father’s Day
Parents will say they don’t pick favorites, but we all know that’s not true. And if you grab a deal on a new smartphone or, better still, a fancy new connected laptop for your Father’s Day gift, you might just secure your position at the top of that list.
AT&T is celebrating Father’s Day with a huge sale on gifts dads love. You can go the extra mile this year and get 50% off the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go, a super-lightweight laptop that would make a special gift for a special dad. This promo starts 5/13.
To get this deal, all you have to do is purchase the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go on a qualifying installment agreement, activate a new AT&T Wireless plan, and pay an activation fee alongside the taxes on the retail price at checkout. You will receive up to $4.87 in bill credits over 36 months installment agreement for the sum of 50% off.
AT&T is having a Grads & Dads Sale from 5/13 to 6/19/22, so you can double up on your shopping to get a gift for your old man and your young graduate at the same time.
A Laptop That’s Always on the Go
What makes the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go stand out from the sea of laptops on store shelves is its rapid connection speed and its readiness for whatever adventure Dad has planned with its shock- and spill-resistant body.
This means Dad can quickly check in on you with a video call or email on adventures where Wi-Fi isn’t available.
The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go features a large 14-inch display and an Intel Celeron N4500 processor while offering up to 12 hours of battery life–all designed for dads on the go.
The laptop also integrates seamlessly with the Samsung Galaxy ecosystem, connecting to Samsung smartphones, tablets, and wearables, allowing for easy transfer of files to nearby Galaxy phones via Quick Share.
Discover Your Roots with Three Father’s Day Deals from Ancestry
For most of us, knowledge of our ancestors may be limited—especially if it’s just that same old story Grandpa tells at every reunion. But with the innovative technologies of Ancestry, a simple DNA test can actually uncover centuries of family history for you.
In celebration of Father’s Day, the world’s largest online collection of family history records is having a sale on its products and services. From 6/8 to 6/19, you can claim historic discounts on Ancestry’s DNA kits, subscriptions, and gift memberships. Check out the deals below!
Save $60 on AncestryDNA
Sale Price: $59 | Regular Price: $119
With just a small sample of your saliva, Ancestry’s state-of-the-art labs can provide a complete genetic picture of you. The analysis offers lots of intriguing information beyond your ethnic data, like the migration path of your ancestors, your genetic traits, and it may even help you find family connections.
Get over $400 off Ancestry Origins Genealogy Membership
Sale Price: $60 | Regular Price: $499
Subscribing to Ancestry gives you access to over 30 billion records and more than 100 million family trees. The site offers tools to help you discover amazing details and stories about your ancestors. Two million records are added every day, so there’s always a chance to learn something new about your family’s history.
Up to 30% Discount on Ancestry Gift Memberships
If you enjoy tracing your family’s story, you can pass on this delight to the dad in your life with an Ancestry gift membership. Help him gain a greater understanding of who he is and where he’s from through one of three options:
- U.S. Discovery – Access to billions of records from all 50 states
- World Discovery – Access to billions of records from 80+ countries
- All Access – Access all records on Ancestry, military records on Fold3, and articles on Newspaper.com Publisher Extra