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Ashley Furniture ran a promotion that if the Aggies won by 10 or more points, customers would get their furniture for free. (Source: WBTX/CNN) Ashley Furniture ran a promotion that if the Aggies won by 10 or more points, customers would get their furniture for free. (Source: WBTX/CNN)

COLLEGE STATION, TX (KBTX/CNN) - In Texas, a furniture store is celebrating a win by the Texas A&M Aggies with a deal that's putting money in their customer's pockets.

Ashley Furniture ran a promotion that if the Aggies won by 10 or more points, customers would get their furniture for free. The deadline for entering the promotion was Wednesday.

Texas A&M beat South Carolina 52-28 Thursday.

Store managers say they're writing more than 600 checks with a total of about a $1 million.

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