Get 3 Free Bagels at Bruegger’s on Thursday

Bruegger's Bagels
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Bruegger’s Bagels is celebrating its birthday by giving out three free bagels per customer on Thursday, Feb. 1.

Stop by the Bruegger’s website and fill out the form to get a coupon for three free bagels, which can be redeemed from store opening until 11 a.m. on Feb. 1.

Note that you do not get cream cheese or another spread with the bagels and that specialty bagels are not eligible. But this is still a great deal.

Speaking of freebies, keep your eye on Sunday’s Super Bowl — even if you are not a football fan. You might get free pizza if a certain Super Bowl record is broken.

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