Save 50% off Omaha Steaks for Father's Day
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Save 50% off Omaha Steaks for Father’s Day

Posted on Thursday, May 29th, 2014 at 9:06 am
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omaha steaks Does the dad in you life love to grill? Surprise him with a Grilling Assortment of Omaha Steaks from $55-$149!

Choose from the great gift packages:

$55 for The Favorite Classics ($104 Value)
2 bacon-wrapped filet mignons (each 5oz.)
6 Omaha Steaks burgers (each 4oz.)
4 gourmet jumbo franks (each 3oz.)
4 caramel apple tartlets (each 4oz.)

$85 for The Fantastic Dad Pack ($195 Value)
4 top sirloins (each 5oz.)
4 boneless chicken breasts (1lb. package)
12 Omaha Steaks burgers (each 4oz.)
4 boneless pork chops (each 4oz.)
8 gourmet jumbo franks (each 3oz.)
6 stuffed baked potatoes (each 5.75oz.)

$99 for The Feast of Flavor ($229 Value)
4 bacon-wrapped filet mignons (each 5oz.)
2 boneless strips (each 8oz.)
4 boneless chicken breasts (1lb. package)
4 Omaha Steaks burgers (each 4oz.)
4 gourmet jumbo franks (each 3oz.)
10 potatoes au gratin
4 caramel apple tartlets (each 4oz.)

$149 for Dad’s Picks Pack ($286 Value)
4 boneless strips (each 8oz.)
4 ribeyes (each 8oz.)
8 Omaha Steaks burgers (each 4oz.)
8 gourmet jumbo franks (each 3oz.)
8 stuffed baked potatoes (each 5.75oz.)
8 caramel apple tartlets (each 4oz.)

 

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