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AMC and Cinnabon Are Giving Away Free Buns in Honor of ‘Better Call Saul’ (Spoilers)

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I normally don't write posts that require spoiler alerts. But I'm making an exception today because I don't want you to miss out on the chance to get free Cinnabons. So, without further ado, if you haven't seen the series premiere of Better Call Saul or haven't finished the last season of Breaking Bad: SPOILER ALERT

In the wake of the hotly anticipated series premiere of Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul on Sunday night, AMC and Cinnabon are teaming up to stuff your face with a free MiniBon.

Why?

Well, you might recall that one of the last things we ever heard from Saul Goodman in the penultimate episode of Breaking Bad was that he planned to get the hell out of Albuquerque, get himself a new identity, and manage a Cinnabon in Omaha. So sure enough, before the Better Call Saul premiere turned its attention to Jimmy McGill's past, the opening sceneshows Saul managing a Cinnabon in Omaha.

Does Cinnabon mind the fact that "managing a Cinnabon in Ohama" is code for "living the most nondescript, boring life imaginable"? Absolutely not. There's no such thing as bad publicity. So Cinnabon and AMC are giving away MiniBons tonight—Monday, February 9—from 5-9pm at participating Cinnabon locations. And the actual Omaha Cinnabon in the opening scene of Better Call Saul is a participating location.

Oh, and by the way, episode two of Better Call Saul is tonight at 10/9c on AMC...right after the encore of episode one.

[via ABQ Journal]



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