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January 09, 2017

Sixers and Dunkin' Donuts partnership a win for fans of both

Partnership includes 76-cent coffee during Philadelphia 76ers home games

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Dunkin' Donuts has formed a partnership with the Philadelphia 76ers.

The Philadelphia 76ers have formed an official partnership with Dunkin’ Donuts, which means some serious discounts and freebies for fans of both brands.

According to a Philadelphia Business Journal report, one of the main perks for consumers will be 76-cent coffee at area Dunkin Donuts locations when the Sixers play at home. The offer, which starts Wednesday, Jan. 11, will be available for a medium-sized hot coffee at locations throughout the Greater Philadelphia region, including South Jersey and Delaware's Kent and New Castle counties, sources note.

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In order to get the discounted coffee, customers will have to sign up for the Dunkin’ Donuts DDPerks loyalty program if they aren't already enrolled (there’s no cost to sign up) and then order using the program’s mobile app.

Other benefits to look out for include new Sixers-inspired treats, samples at Sixers games and entertainment.

The Philadelphia Business Journal notes that the team’s Flight Squad will get a name change to the Dunk Squad with some surprise stunts and props planned.

Read more at the Philadelphia Business Journal.