ALEXANDRIA, Va.—In celebration of its hometown team playing in the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 12, Wawa is offering customers free coffee of any size on Sunday until kickoff time. The offer is good at 503 Wawa locations across Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
“At Wawa, we’ve always had a special connection to our Philadelphia sports teams, and we get just as excited as our customers do when one of them is playing for a chance to win a championship,” said Alex Costabile, chief customer officer. “We talk about having Goose Pride here at Wawa, but this week, we’ll be cheering for another bird on Sunday and hope they bring our city another championship. Go Birds!”
In addition to celebrating with free coffee on game day, Wawa is helping Philadelphia fans prepare in other ways, including $5 Shorti hoagies, $6 classic hoagies and $1 iced teas and drinks when ordered through the Wawa app from February 10-12, as well as a 20% discount on catering orders with a promo code through Sunday, February 12.
Meanwhile, Casey’s, which has a strong presence in Kansas City, the home of the other Super Bowl team, is helping fans get ready for the game with several promotions:
- Fan-favorite deal: Buy one large pizza, get one 40% off.
- Up your game: In-app sweepstakes to win a 4K television.
- Hometown-hero promo: Watch for a special offer on Monday, February 13, if the Kansas City Chiefs win.
- A new wing, man: This year’s game comes just in time for Casey’s all-new, crispier wings with seven, flavorful dipping sauces. Wings can be ordered with pizza, cheesy breadsticks and other gameday favorites in the Casey’s app.
“Casey’s is ready for every occasion, and this Sunday is a super big one. We have one of our strongest promotions running to make it an easy decision to fuel your party with our delicious, handmade pizza to feed the entire party,” said Art Sebastian, vice president, omnichannel marketing. “And, our new wings have been a hit with our guests, so this is just another reason to invite them to the table this year.”
Sixty-one percent of U.S. consumers plan to watch the Super Bowl. To prepare for watching the game, consumers plan to purchase alcoholic beverages. Beer is the top alcoholic beverage choice of Super Bowl watchers (47% plan to buy), followed by wine (28%) and spirits (24%). Despite 68% of viewers saying that inflation will impact their Super Bowl purchases, fewer than 1 in 5 alcohol buyers (19%) say they will switch to lower-priced brands to save money.