On Super Bowl Sunday, Dunkin’ and Wawa are providing free coffee at its locations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.

On Saturday, February 11 and Sunday, February 12, Dunkin’, the Philadelphia Eagles’ official coffee, will provide all visitors with a free medium hot coffee throughout the day.

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The promotion, according to Dunkin’, is valid at participating locations in the greater Philadelphia region.

The company further defined the acceptable locations in a press release, listing them as follows: Kent and New Castle counties in Delaware; Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Mercer, and Salem counties in New Jersey; and Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lehigh, Montgomery, Northampton, and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania. Per guest, there is a daily cap. You can obtain a free coffee without making any further purchases, though you can still buy a doughnut if you want one.

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This Sunday, February 12, Wawa stores in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware are providing free coffee up to kickoff (6:30 p.m.). One is the maximum allowed per customer. Self-serve coffee in quantities up to 24 ounces is offered.

Few other events can bring Americans together like the Super Bowl and the NFL in general.

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In the age of streaming and cable television, the majority of shows only reach a small part of the country’s approximately 330 million citizens. Under 40 million Americans watched the State of the Union, the highest non-football show last year, and this year’s viewership was significantly lower. Only 22 million Americans watched the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade on NBC, which was the highest-rated non-sports programme on one network.

In contrast, approximately 100 million viewers watched the Super Bowl on NBC last year. Viewership surpassed 110 million when streaming and Spanish-language broadcast were combined.