The Bengals Beat the Detroit Lions, Which Means You Get BOGO Gold Star 3-Ways Today

The day after the team wins, all Gold Star restaurants celebrate by giving away one free regular or super 3-, 4- and 5-Way with the purchase of another one.

Gold Star offers BOGO 'ways the day after a Bengals win. - Photo: Provided by Gold Star
Photo: Provided by Gold Star
Gold Star offers BOGO 'ways the day after a Bengals win.

The Bengals beat the Detroit Lions yesterday — 34-11, the Bengals' first "back-to-back road win since the 2015 AFC North title season," says bengals.com — which means free chili today, Oct. 18.

As the "Official Chili of the Cincinnati Bengals," Gold Star serves up a special deal every time the Bengals triumph in a home — or away — game. The day after the team wins, all Gold Star restaurants celebrate by giving away one free regular or super 3-, 4- and 5-Way with the purchase of another one.

The promo is available for drive-in, carry-out, dine-in and online; all you need to do is say "I want the Who-Dey Way special" when you order. 

Find a location near you at goldstarchili.com/locations and read the fine print at goldstarchili.com/who-dey-ways.

And today is a perfect day to order a plate of meat-topped pasta after Bengals guard Jackson Carman barfed up something similar on Ford Field yesterday. Carman tweeted last night that he wouldn't "recommend" eating Mom's Spaghetti from Eminem's Detroit-based restaurant after he vomited during the third quarter and left the game.


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