Women's World Cup: Miller Lite vows 100K free beers after USWNT win

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The details -- namely, the five "W's" and an "H" -- were left unsaid in the aftermath of the USWNT advancing to its third consecutive World Cup final.
The details -- namely, the five "W's" and an "H" -- were left unsaid in the aftermath of the USWNT advancing to its third consecutive World Cup final.

Women's World Cup: Miller Lite vows 100K free beers after USWNT win originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com

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After the United States Women's National Team beat England 2-1 in Tuesday's semifinal match at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, Miller Lite's Twitter account said they would give away 100,000 free beers in the United States. Budweiser had already promised to do it in England, and Miller Lite felt a halftime lead for the USWNT was a good time to do the same. 

Those details -- namely, the five "W's" and an "H" --  were left unsaid Tuesday in the aftermath of the USWNT advancing to its third consecutive World Cup final. It's fair to assume you'll have to be the legal drinking age in order to participate, though.

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The USWNT knows far more details about the state of its tournament. The Americans are headed to Sunday's final in Lyon, where they will play the winner of Wednesday's semifinal match between Sweden and the Netherlands.