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Smashburger Giving Heat Fans Free Burgers Today and Every Day Following a Win

Basketball season has been good to Heat fans this year. With a 58 to 15 record of wins, it's no surprise to see South Floridians all riled up at the office water-cooler.

Well, locals have yet another reason to get excited about Miami Heat wins. Smashburger is rewarding Heat fans with free burgers every day after the team wins. Details after the jump.

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And you thought you were already excited about Chris Bosh's awesome three pointer last night. To honor the greatness of all things Miami, Smashburger is offering heat fans a free Miami burger--topped with grilled Spanish chorizo, frita potatoes, aged Swiss, lettuce, tomato, onion, and spicy chipotle mayo served between a Cuban roll--with purchase of a side from 2 to 6 p.m. All you have to do to get in on the deal is show up to the store wearing a Miami Heat jersey.

Obviously, today's free burger is a sure thing. But the deal is good any day after the Heat win, so let's hope they keep it up with tomorrow, Friday, Saturday, and every other game until April 18.

The deal is being offered at Smashburger's Fort Lauderdale, Boynton Beach, and Pembroke Pines locations. Visit smashburger.com.



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