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Dunkin’ Donuts to give away free coffee each time the Bengals win

For the fourth year, Dunkin’ Donuts is teaming up with the Cincinnati Bengals for a “Who Dey, Win Day” promotion this season that gives customers a free cup of coffee the day after a Bengals win — if they do a little advance work.

The offer is good for a medium hot or iced coffee for customers who have downloaded the Dunkin’ Donuts app on their cell phones. Each day that follows a Bengals win, the Dunkin’ Mobile App will send customers a coupon they can redeem for the free coffee, according to a Dunkin’ Donuts release.

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Fans can download the Dunkin’ Mobile App here: http://www.dunkindonuts.com/content/dunkindonuts/en/mlanding.html. A phone’s “Location Services” function must be turned on to receive the coupon.

There are six Dunkin’ Donuts locations in the greater Dayton region — Kettering, Centerville, Sugarcreek Twp., Miami Twp., Riverside and Springfield. All but one of the existing shops (Miami Twp.) have opened in the last four years.

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The day following a Bengals win, the Dunkin’ Mobile App will exclusively feature a coupon redeemable for a FREE medium hot or iced coffee valid at participating Dunkin’ Donuts in Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana. When the Bengals win and the game ends before midnight, this free offer will go live at midnight. If the Bengals win and the game ends after midnight, the free offer will go live in the Dunkin’ Mobile App shortly after the game ends.

Fans can download the Dunkin’ Mobile App here. A phone’s “Location Services” function must be turned on to receive the coupon.

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