Chipotle is making all of your holiday wishes come true with the chance to get a free burrito.
Featuring a flier that looks like it was solely created in a document with Word Art, the throwback image shares just how to score that free food.
Deemed the Holiday Extravaganza, the promotion began Monday and runs through Friday. The code is dropped in the restaurant’s Instagram feed and then deleted after all the entrées have been claimed.
“We post a code,” the flier begins. “You text the code to 888-222. The first 500 people to text get a free entrée. We delete the post when the burritos are gone and play again.”
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Holiday Extravaganza starts now. For the next five days, we’ll be dropping free burrito codes on our feed. Follow 4 a holiday miracle ✨ . . OFFER AVAILABLE WHILE SUPPLIES LAST. Redemption codes available up to the stated limit to first participants who send their text. Must be 13 or older. Redemption codes valid only for digital orders from participating Chipotle restaurants in the United States. Menu items subject to availability. Limit 1 redemption code per mobile number. Redemption code expires December 31, 2019. May not be used with other coupons, promotions, or special offers. Void if reproduced, altered, or shared and where prohibited. Will not be replaced if lost or stolen. Not redeemable for cash. Additional restrictions apply, see terms and conditions at: chipotle.com/holidayextravaganza.
The terms are listed below, which read that the redemption code is available for the first 500 people over the age of 13. The code is only valid for digital orders from participating Chipotle restaurants in the United States.
There’s a limit of one redemption code per mobile number, so don’t try to snag one for your friend too. If you receive a code, act quick because it expires Dec. 31. The code can’t be combined with any other special offers including coupons and promotions. Check out the full terms here.
Today’s secret code has already been posted and claimed, so head to the Chipotle Instagram and keep your eyes peeled for tomorrow’s.
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The peaceful and staggeringly large gatherings also featured a plethora of protest signs, from those filled with strong statements demanding accountability for the injustices women face, to jeers aimed at President Donald Trump.
However, in a time when a serious discussion is warranted, there were also plenty of signs that made people smile. At the center of one of those viral photos? Wage War’s Seth Blake.
The Ocala metal group’s guitarist was spending the day in New York City, and while stopping for a bite to eat at Chipotle amid all the commotion, Blake took an opportunity to make a quick joke to lighten the mood.