Dunkin' Donuts: No more 87-cent coffees when Pats win
Dunkin' Donuts says it's no longer offering coffee for 87 cents the day after the New England Patriots win a game.
And that isn't sitting well with customers.
@DunkinProv, the Twitter feed for stores in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts, confirmed the news.
"While this offer isn't available at this time, we look forward to launching other special promotions and value offers for our loyal guests in the future," the feed said.
The company told NBC 10's Joe Kayata: "We apologize that this offer isn’t available this year. Please enjoy our Sip. Peel. Win. promotion for the chance to instantly win prizes with purchases of large or extra-large sized beverages, excluding hot espresso."
Dunkin' Donuts once offered free coffee after Patriots wins, then boosted it to 87 cents -- a play on tight end Rob Gronkowski's jersey number.