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Bud Light offering Californians free beer if Mexico beats Brazil in World Cup game

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If Mexico wins its Round of 16 match against Brazil on Monday, Bud Light will give California fans (of age, of course) a free beer.

You’d think Bud Light would learn its lesson.

Last summer, the company offered free beer to Philadelphia Eagles fans if the team beat the odds to win its first Lombardi Trophy.

Now, it’s doing the same with the World Cup.

If Mexico wins its Round of 16 match against Brazil on Monday, the company will give California fans (of age, of course) a free Bud Light.

The offer was made before the World Cup started and Bud Light is keeping its promise. You can’t blame them too much, they are playing the odds — Mexico hasn’t made it past Round of 16 in each of the past six World Cups.

Mexico’s match against Brazil starts at 10 a.m. (Eastern) on Monday.

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