Make a play for Super Bowl freebies

Tim Tebow's Super Bowl T-Mobile commercial

Today's big game is not just about football. It's about fun, food and freebies.

But first, a word on the sponsors.

Budweiser and Heinz are getting buzz with Super Bowl spots already posted on YouTube.

The King of Beers goes all in for a misty-eyed ad featuring a Clydesdale, a puppy and a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model.

At the other end of the spectrum, so to speak, Heinz Ketchup's $4 million bonanza ends with Grandma laying an air biscuit at a family picnic. Tim Tebow even makes an appearance.

Now, let's return to our regularly scheduled program of another form of advertising: Super Bowl freebies.

Whether you tune in (or out) today, you can make a big play for free stuff.

Here's the highlights. See the rest of the list at

Papa John's: Get a free pizza after Monday when you order a $15 pizza using code PJMVP at

PDQ: Orders of platter of 25 or more chicken tenders will be doubled for free today. Prices start at $30. Call ahead to order at locations in Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Wellington and West Palm Beach listed at

Publix: At Publix save $10 on $19.99 deli platters (including Boar's Head) with purchase of three Pepsi products listed on back page of this week's circular. The deal's good through Tuesday.

Outback Steakhouse: Get 20 wings for $14.99 on Sunday and a free Bloomin' Onion on Monday with any purchase. No coupons necessary.

Smokey Bones: Save $10 on a $20 purchase with a coupon in the Sun Sentinel weekend coupon inserts. The offer expires on Feb. 15.

Tipsy tows: Speaking of beer, if you throw back a few too many Buds, don't get behind the wheel and drive drunk. Instead, arrive alive using a designated driver or opt for a free tow home through Monday with the American Automobile Association's Tow to Go program.

The offer, a partnership with Bud Light, is open to everyone, no membership required, but should only be used as a last resort. Call 855-286-9246 and a tow truck will deliver you, and your car, home safely, no charge or questions asked.

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Look for this special section in your
Baltimore Sun newspaper on Dec. 29, 2013.
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