Anheuser-Busch is offering free Budweisers to anyone over 21 who can provide proof of vaccination.
Last month, we told you about Krispy Kreme's campaign to give free donuts to anyone who shows their COVID-19 vaccination card. Now you can get free beer, too, thanks to Budweiser's "Reunited with Buds" campaign.
Anheuser-Busch is offering a free Budweiser if you provide proof of vaccination.
In an ad recently published to YouTube, Budweiser's Clydesdale horse is let free of the stables and runs across the country as a puppy follows. The ad ends with a group of horses walking together through a field. It's not only cute but inspiring to those who can't wait to drink with their buds again.
The ad is set to the (very relevant) song, "Don't Stop Me Now" by Queen, which only adds to the excitement you see on the screen.
The company hopes the campaign will encourage people to get a vaccine to further help bring things back to normal and reopen bars.
The free Budweiser campaign has a limit, though. Only the first 10,000 who sign up will get money to buy a free beer. Head over to ABeerOnBud.com to create an account and enter to get your free round. There's no purchase necessary.
If you're a lucky winner, Anheuser-Busch will send you a $5 virtual debit card to use when purchasing a Budweiser.
Me and the buds vaxxed and ready to hit the bars like: pic.twitter.com/ulADYBQeht— Budweiser (@budweiserusa) April 16, 2021
Are you excited about the free things offered to vaccinated people? What other companies do you want to join in on the campaigns? Let us know in the comments.