The theme of promotions for this year's Super Bowl is "If A Then B." If the team in your city loses, then you get a free Uber ride. If the game goes to overtime, then you get free wings. If the teams combine for more than 1,000 yards, then Oikos is giving out free yogurt. For the most part, these deals hinge on unlikely scenarios. However, Hardee's has launched one that is more likely and could result in a free breakfast.
Drawing a forced line between its own biscuits and a pick-six (Do this for the Stanley Cup! People actually call pucks biscuits!), Hardee's is giving out free breakfast should the game features a pick-six. If you only watch for the commercials, a pick six is an interception that's returned for a touchdown. If that happens, everyone who can get to a participating location will be awarded a free Made From Scratch Sausage biscuit on February 8 between 7 and 10am.
How likely is a pick-six? Since 2007, there have been six in total, each scored at a separate Super Bowl. (Kelvin Hayden in '07, James Harrison in '09, Tracy Porter in '10, Nick Collins in '11, Malcolm Smith in '14, and Robert Alford in '17.)