PHILADELPHIA — Philadelphia was cleaning up Monday after pockets of Super Bowl victory celebrations turned unruly overnight, with rowdy Eagles fans smashing department store windows, looting a gas station convenience store and toppling a number of the city’s famously greased light poles.

The vast majority of revelers celebrated peacefully, and police made only three arrests, said Ajeenah Amir, a spokeswoman for Mayor Jim Kenney.

“Tens of thousands came out and celebrated this amazing victory, and but for a handful of bad actors, the celebration was peaceful and jubilant,” Amir said. She lauded police for “their assistance in getting the crowds dispersed and people home safely.”

The victory parade is set for Thursday, and along the parade route, revelers can expect free Bud Light at 25 bars, thanks to a bet the beer maker made with Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson.

Just as Nick Foles and the Eagles clinched a surprising 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots in Minneapolis for the team’s first Super Bowl title Sunday night, the scene more than 1,000 miles away in Philly was jubilation and pandemonium.

As time expired, crowds spilled into the streets to celebrate the Eagles’ first NFL championship since 1960.

They have not even been invited yet, but several Eagles players have already said they will not celebrate their historic Super Bowl victory with President Trump.

“No, I’m not going to the White House,” Chris Long said. “Are you kidding me?”

Malcolm Jenkins, Torrey Smith, and two-time boycotters LeGarrette Blount and Long, who sat out last year’s visit as members of the Patriots, have all come out in the last 24 hours and said they will not attend the annual visit winning teams make to Washington.

Well, that could have gone better for Tom Brady.

At least this time, his wife, supermodel Gisele Bündchen, handled defeat graciously.

Six years ago, after the Patriots were upset in the Super Bowl by the New York Giants, she lashed out, blaming dropped passes on receivers (including Wes Welker). “My husband cannot [expletive] throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time,” she said then.

“Gisele, walking a back hallway to leave the stadium, took time to personally congratulate every Eagles player she ran into,” Yahoo’s Dan Wetzel reported.