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Broncos Win Means Food Deals for Fans

Broncos DenverThe Denver Broncos beat the Baltimore Ravens commandingly (49 to 27) in the season opener yesterday. This victory sets off several food deals today, Friday, September 6 and in the coming days. The day after a Broncos win, Papa John’s offers fans 50% off an online order of all regular price menu items with promo code BRONCOS. With the win and Demaryius Thomas’s two touchdowns, King Soopers gives away FREE cake and bottles of soda to celebrate, today as well. Thanks to the Broncos’ four sacks, participating Red Robin locations offer a BOGO deal for a Red’s Tavern Double burger from 3 p.m. to close on the next Tuesday. That would be Tuesday, September 10. When you buy one of these big burgers and two beverages, you get the second big burger for FREE. Let us know if you hear of any other deals for Broncos fans.

2 comments on “Broncos Win Means Food Deals for Fans

  1. Yesterday (6th)went to King Soopers on south Holly and Orchard- 3 employess told us they either did not know about promotion on soda pop and Broncos win (there was a large banner on a display of pop- when we showed them that banner saying free soda pop (organge crush and pepsi) we were told no free the Bronco player that needed to score did not and we left the store

  2. Rick,
    That’s crazy! Demaryius scored not one but two touchdowns (he only needed one to trigger the deal). You should go back to the store and complain (loudly) to the store manager. These employees violated King Soopers’ policy. If they were out, then that’s the way it goes as supplies were limited to stock on hand. But to say the wrong guy scored was just dumb. Anyone who read the Denver Post or saw the game (or heard about the game) would know that simply wasn’t true.