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The Miami Heat Teams Up With Denny's and Papa John's to Keep Fans Fed

Now that football is over, what are sports fans to do?

Watch basketball and cash in on some food deals, of course. Right now, when the Miami Heat win, you win 50 percent off your Papa John's order when you place it online.

That's just one of the promotional deals the Heat has going on right now.

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Eat Dinner With the Miami Heat

Through February 28, visit any South Florida Denny's to take part in the "Eat With the Heat" promotion. Fans must get a Denny's loyalty card and purchase ten entrees to be entered to win. Next, 25 winners will have the opportunity to eat dinner with a Heat player and the Heat dancers at the American Airlines Arena. A total of 50 winners will also receive a Heat and Denny's prize pack. You can download a loyalty card.

Eat Breakfast With Burnie

Visit your South Florida Denny's, take a picture with the Burnie mascot cutout at the front of the restaurant, and post it to Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #BreakfastWithBurnie for your chance to win two tickets to a future Heat game with a VIP experience or a Heat and Denny's prize pack. Grand prizes include two tickets to a Miami Heat game; a VIP experience at a Miami Heat game including an on-court photo, and the chance to watch a shoot-around; and a $10 Denny's gift card. Visit nba.com.

If the Heat Wins, You Win at Papa John's

Papa John's knows a lot about sports and eating. And it knows that being a Heat fan can work up an appetite. So take advantage of its "Heat Win, You Win" deal. When the Heat wins, use promo code HEATWIN the next day when ordering online for 50 percent off your pizza. The promotion is available only for online orders.

Nicole Danna is a food blogger covering Broward and Palm Beach counties. To get the latest in food and drink news in South Florida, follow her @SoFloNicole or find her latest food pics on Clean Plate's Instagram.



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