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Dunkin' Donuts, Bud Light offering free drinks after Philadelphia Eagles' win

Whether or not you're a fan of the Philadelphia Eagles, Dunkin’ Donuts and Bud Light are giving out free coffee and beer to celebrate the team's historic win over the New England Patriots at Super Bowl LII.

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On Monday, coffee lovers and Eagles fans alike can score one medium-sized coffee at participating Dunkin’ Donuts locations throughout southern New Jersey, the greater Philadelphia area and Delaware. To get in on the deal, customers have to sign up for Dunkin's mobile app rewards program,“DD Perks.”

Dunkin', a beloved Boston-area brand, wasn't the only food chain getting in on the free coffee action. Before the big game on Sunday, Wawa convenience stories also got Philly fans charged up by handing out free coffee up until kickoff.

If you don't like coffee but you still want to celebrate the Eagles with a free drink, Bud Light is making good on its promise with Eagles’ player Lane Johnson. Back in August, the offensive lineman said he would give free beer to "everybody" if his team won the Super Bowl.

Bud Light responded to Johnson's pledge right away and offered to supply the free booze to Philly fans.

After the Eagles' historic win, the beer maker reiterated that it would keep its end of the deal, tweeting: “The @Eagles of Philadelphia have emerged victorious! Join us with @LaneJohnson65 and your 21 plus friends at taverns along the parade route to raise one of the Kingdom’s favorite light lagers.”

This week, free Bud Light will be handed out at 25 bars and taverns along the parade route in Philadelphia.

Update: On Monday afternoon, Philadelphia's major, Jim Kenney, announced that the Eagles' victory parade would take place on Thursday, Feb. 8, starting at 11 a.m. The parade route will begin at Broad Street and Pattison Avenue, continue north, and then end at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, so excited fans can celebrate Rocky-style on the steps.

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