If This Happens During the Super Bowl, You Get Free Pizza

If This Happens During the Super Bowl, You Get Free Pizza
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The New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles will square off in Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4 in Minneapolis. But even if you are not a football fan, you could be a big winner if a certain record is broken that day.

Pizza Hut has announced that it is teaming up with former NFL kickoff specialist Devin Hester to give out a free medium two-topping pizza to every pizza lover if either the Patriots or Eagles break the record for the fastest-ever touchdown scored in the big game.

Currently, Hester holds the mark. As a member of the Chicago Bears, he scored a touchdown on a kickoff return just 14 seconds into Super Bowl XLI in 2007.

The deal features one catch: To be eligible, you must a member of the Hut Reward program — and you must join prior to kickoff. If a player scores a lightning-fast touchdown, you can cash in on your free pizza between Feb. 8-11.

Your odds of scoring a free pie might be a bit better than you think. According to Pizza Hut:

Since 2011, there have been 15 touchdowns scored in the first 14 seconds of a game, including regular season and playoffs.

Do you plan to watch the 52nd Super Bowl? Which team will you root for? Sound off by commenting below or on our Facebook page.

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