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Bud Light gave a stadium full of Eagles fans batteries for the Super Bowl

Uh oh. Bud Light is going all out for Super Bowl 52. They’ve had the most polarizing and widely discussed ad during the season where people in an old-timey universe say “dilly dilly” in agreement over something. At the Big Game, the official beer of the NFL will have glasses that light up: The Bud Light cup lights up. Dilly Dilly! — Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) February 4, 2018 That’s not all, though.
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