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Here's how to get free beer thanks to the Sixers

Here's how to get free beer thanks to the Sixers

Want to drink for free? Of course you do. 

Now, you’ll be able to drink a round for free, compliments of the Sixers and Coors Light. 

During the second round of the playoffs, as the Sixers embark on the daunting task of facing the Toronto Raptors, you’ll be able to pick up a free Coors Light at locations throughout the city and the suburbs.

Here’s how and where you can get that first round on them while you watch the game, per the Sixers press release.

“After the Philadelphia 76ers defeated the Brooklyn Nets in the First Round of the 2019 NBA Playoffs, the team and Coors Light — an Official Partner of the 76ers — announced today the “This Round On Us” playoff campaign. This first-time campaign gives all fans 21 and older the chance to receive one Coors Light before the start of Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals at participating locations in the Philadelphia market. 

Each location will distribute tokens, good for one complimentary Coors Light, starting one hour before tipoff until all tokens are gone, or until halftime. The participating locations include: 

  •  Fox and Hound: 1501 Spruce St, Philadelphia, PA
  •  Maggie’s Waterfront Cafe: 9242 N Delaware Ave, Philadelphia, PA
  •  Bar-Ly Chinatown: 101 N 11th St, Philadelphia, PA
  •  JT Brewski’s Pub: 510 S Oak Ave, Primos, PA
  • Chickie’s & Pete’s:
    • 1526 Packer Ave, Philadelphia, PA
    • 2999 Street Rd, Bensalem, PA
    • 11000 Roosevelt Blvd Ste 350, Philadelphia, PA
    • 500 Easton Rd, Warrington, PA
    • 4010 Robbins Ave, Philadelphia, PA
    • 5035 Township Line Rd, Drexel Hill, PA
    • 675 Shannondell Blvd, Norristown, PA
  • PJ Whelihan’s Pub + Restaurants: 
    • 4803 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square, PA
    • 853 E Lancaster Ave, Downingtown, PA
    • 1347 Wilmington Pike, West Chester, PA
    • 799 Dekalb Pike, Blue Bell, PA
    • 12 General Warren Blvd, Malvern, PA
    • 180 Mill Rd Ste B, Oaks, PA


Plus, while you’re there for your free cold one, grab a Sixers #AuthenticFan poster on us.

Let’s hope those beers will be consumed in celebratory fashion and not as a coping mechanism as the Sixers gear up for the big task of beating the Raptors.

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