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    Wear at Youth Soccer Jersey, Get a BOGO Deal at Chipotle

  • Industry News August 29, 2019
    Chipotle
    The BOGO deal can be applied to entrées as well as kid's meals, and is limited to one free item per jersey.

    Chipotle Mexican Grill announced that it's hosting a buy-one-get-one (BOGO) entrée or kid's meal for in-restaurant diners wearing a youth soccer jersey, during Labor Day weekend. Chipotle, the official restaurant partner of US Youth Soccer and exclusive presenting sponsor of the US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup, is committed to helping young athletes create healthy habits with its real food.

    Chipotle is making the offer in support of US Youth Soccer's celebration of Youth Soccer Month, September. Chipotle showed soccer support in June when it announced its limited time digital-exclusive menu featuring the orders of all-star players and US Youth Soccer alums, Julie Ertz, Lindsey Horan and Rose Lavelle. Additionally, men's soccer star Sebastian Lletget says, "I eat Chipotle all the time" as part of his real ingredients for success.

    "We love that Chipotle's real food feeds real athletes at all different levels – whether that's a professional international tournament or at a youth game," says Chris Brandt, Chief Marketing Officer of Chipotle.

    The BOGO deal can be applied to entrées as well as kid's meals, and is limited to one free item per jersey; each free item requires purchase of an entrée item or kid's meal of equal or greater value for up to ten free menu items per eligible transaction per visit.

    The BOGO offer is valid for any guest wearing a youth soccer jersey while ordering in-restaurant in the U.S. only beginning Saturday, August 31 through Monday, September 2. It is available for in-restaurant orders only and is not valid for online, mobile or catering. The BOGO is available in conjunction with a Chipotle Rewards redemption, but cannot otherwise be combined with other offers or promotions. The offer is also void where prohibited and additional restrictions may apply.

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