Some lucky Baltimore-area residents enjoyed their new couches a whole lot more in the second half of Sunday's Super Bowl.
Because Jacoby Jones returned the opening kickoff of the third quarter for a touchdown, Gardiner's Furniture will fulfill a promise to refund all purchases made in their stores over the weekend.
Sports blog Deadspin has a video of the 108-yard return, the longest play in NFL postseason history.
On its Facebook page Sunday night, Gardiner's Furniture posted:
That was amazing! Furniture is FREE! If you made a purchase this weekend, it's your lucky day. Go Ravens!
John J. Campion Jr. wrote: "Thank you Jacoby Jones for our new table set!!!!"
Kalea Kaiser posted: "Yeah baby! So glad we picked this weekend to buy!"
According to The Sun, that amounts to more than $600,000 in home furnishings.
The chain has five locations in the Baltimore metro region, according to its website: Towson, Pasadena, Bel Air, Westminster, and Catonsville.
Gardiners spokeswoman Kasee Lehrl told The Sun: "It's great for the Ravens, great for our customers and great for Gardiners."
The store took a chance on the rarity of a touchdown on a kickoff return, offering the deal if the Ravens scored on their return to start the game or the second half, but didn't take a risk on financing its gamble. According to The Sun, Lehrl said the store took out an insurance policy for the promotion.
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