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Bud Light responds to the question Clevelanders asked during overtime about the 'Victory Fridges'

Posted: 5:46 PM, Sep 09, 2018
Updated: 2018-09-09 22:02:33Z
Bud Light responds to the question Clevelanders asked during overtime about the 'Victory Fridges'

Hopeful fans waited at bars across Cleveland for the moment the 'Victory Fridges' would unlock and release the coveted free beer to celebrate the end of the team's losing streak.

Fans and the team ended their losing streak, but fans didn't get their beer.  

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When everyone realized the game would end in a tie, many started asking what that would mean for the fridges.

Unfortunately, there is no reward for effort and Bud Light cleared things up.

At least we didn't lose.