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    Chipotle Giving Rewards Members Double Points on National Guacamole Day

  • Industry News September 16, 2019
    William Brinson/Chipotle
    A free chips and guac offer is earned after the first purchase as a participant in the program is made.

    Chipotle Mexican Grill announced that its Rewards members will receive double points in honor of National Guacamole Day on Monday. To showcase the importance of its 6 million Rewards members, Chipotle is issuing an exclusive offer to "double dip" so that bonus points add up more quickly, and real food becomes real free, real fast.

    "Engaging our community of Rewards members is another way to increase access and simply say thank you for helping us Cultivate a Better World," says Chris Brandt, Chief Marketing Officer of Chipotle. "Our coveted guacamole is hand mashed and prepared fresh daily using only real ingredients and that's something to celebrate."

    To start earning free Chipotle with Chipotle Rewards, consumers can sign up in the Chipotle app or at CHIPOTLE.COM/REWARDS. Those who enroll will earn 10 points for every $1 spent in the restaurant, online, or in the app, with 1,250 points resulting in a free entrée. Bonuses, like extra point days, will help members earn points more quickly. Chipotle Rewards brings instant gratification to customers with free chips and guac after the first purchase as a member, and with surprise birthday rewards.

    A free chips and guac offer is earned after the first purchase as a participant in the program is made. $5 minimum purchase and presentation of valid Chipotle Rewards account is required. Redemption of free chips and guac is subject to availability, may not be combined with other coupons, promotions or special offers, is not valid on catering orders, and is void where prohibited.

    Additionally, customers nationwide can get Chipotle delivered straight to their doors free every Sunday in September. Minimum order $10, maximum order $200, in each case excluding tax. Additional restrictions may apply; void where prohibited. 

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