Listen up, Bird gang — you can now get the "Philly Special," this time flash frozen.

In what it called "one last surprise," Bud Light unveiled a statue Wednesday morning at Lincoln Financial Field commemorating the famed play that helped the Eagles land their first-ever Super Bowl win against the New England Patriots last season.

The monument depicts coach Doug Pederson and quarterback Nick Foles discussing the play, which was also recorded through Pederson's headset during the game. The company left Eagles fans guessing as to what the surprise could be last week after sharing a video teaser announcing the reveal would come just a day before the Eagles' season opener against the Falcons.

"You want Philly Philly?" is also inscribed at the base of the statue.

Was it much of a surprise, though? Bud Light's been aboard the Eagles bandwagon since August 2017, when Eagles tackle Lane Johnson promised beer for the team's fans if it brought home its first Super Bowl title.

"Let's make a bet. Win it all and the party is on us. Deal?" Bud Light replied, later keeping its promise during the team's victory parade.

Bud Light also played off "Philly Philly" during its "Dilly Dilly" campaign by way of an ad, commemorative Super Bowl beer packs, and an official declaration making Feb. 8, 2018 — the day of the parade — "Philly Philly Day."

The Eagles play the Atlanta Falcons at Lincoln Financial Field on Thursday at 8:30 p.m.

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