If you're one of those people who loves watching Super Bowl commercials, it's going to pay off big this year -- rumor has it viewers of the 2013 Super Bowl on CBS can score free Pepsi, Coke, and Taco Bell when they see those ads run during the game.
Still prepping your party plans? Check out the best pizza deals scheduled for February 3.
A million free bottles of Pepsi Next
During the first half of the game, Pepsi will be giving away a whopping million coupons for a free two liter bottle of Pepsi Next.
Free Coke, Diet Coke, or Coke Zero for My Coke Rewards members
If you prefer Coke to Pepsi, keep an eye out for this Super Bowl Coca-Cola commercial, which should also run sometime during the first half.
The first 50,000 My Coke Rewards members who log in and vote for their favorite ending of the commercial after it airs will score a coupon for a free 20oz bottle of Coke, Coke Zero, or Diet Coke.
In addition, My Coke Rewards members can also score an additional 20 points before the Super Bowl even begins -- just watch the video online and share it on Twitter.
If you're not a My Coke Rewards member, it's free and fast to join. Learn more about the program here.
Free Taco Bell churro for viewers
Also, keep an eye out for the new 'Live Mas' commercial from Taco Bell -- when it airs during the game, you can log onto the chain's Facebook page to print a coupon good for a free churro with any purchase on Monday, February 4 only.
There's no word yet on whether this ad will air in the first or second half, so you just have to stay tuned.
More ways to save during the 2013 Super Bowl
- Catering deals and to-go discounts -- from Hooters, Chipotle, Target, and more
- Papa John's -- Win a free large one-topping pizza during the coin toss (must sign up by February 2)
- Pizza Hut -- Possibly free pizza if either quarterback is over-heard saying 'Hut!' during the game
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