This Father’s Day Steak Deal Is So Good We’re Ordering It For Ourselves

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Who doesn’t love a love a juicy steak? Right now when you buy one of four special Father’s Day packages at Omaha Steaks, you’ll get four free hamburgers—and qualify for free shipping. How cool is that? Even better, most of them are under a hundred bucks, and all of them are at least 40 percent off their regular prices. And again—free shipping. And when you’re talkin’ the meats, stuff can get heavy and shipping can get pretty darn expensive, quick. So that’s a great perk.

And this is way better present than just some tie or tickets to a game that’ll be over in a few hours. By giving the gift of barbecue-ready cuts of meat, you’re doing your part to bring the family together, to encourage some camaraderie and good times among those you don’t see as much as you should. And that’s a good thing.

How It All Began

Omaha Steaks is a century-old company that’s still family-owned and operated. It started as a butcher shop in Omaha, Nebraska. In the 1930s, Omaha Steaks became a staple on the menus of railroad dining cars and troop transport trains, which brought it nationwide renown. By the 50s and 60s, technology allowed the company to deliver frozen mail-order meats all over the US. And the company that delivers fresh-cut meats to you via its website and mobile app is still owned by the same family that started that local butcher shop way back in 1917.

If you have yet to give Father’s Day a thought, don’t. Instead, just go online now and order dad a Father’s Day special package from Omaha Steaks, like the ones we’ve highlighted below. Your Father’s Day shopping will be done, and you’ll get to help dad enjoy his Father’s Day at your next family barbecue—which will hopefully happen sooner rather than later.

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