Chipotle is offering ‘Friends BOGO’ on July 6th in honor of the month of vaccination


Chipotle Mexican Grill announced that it will be offering free tickets to buy and ones at the restaurant in participating US locations on Tuesday, July 6th from 3:00 p.m. until closing at participating US locations. Since friends give friends free Chipotle, fans simply have to say “Friends BOGO” at the checkout to redeem a free starter when purchasing another starter. The offer will support the White House’s ongoing initiative to get more Americans vaccinated this summer.

“As a proud participant in National Vaccination Month, we encourage our fans to give their friends free Chipotle as a coveted vaccination reward,” said Chris Brandt, Chief Marketing Officer.

In the run-up to Independence Day, Chipotle supports Folds of Honor with its Roundup for Real Change function in the Chipotle app and on Guests can round up their change to the nearest dollar amount from July 1st through July 14th to support Folds of Honor, which funds $ 5,000 college scholarships to families of American fallen and disabled service members. Folds of Honor has awarded a total of 29,000 scholarships in all 50 states since its inception in 2007 by Lt. Col. Dan Rooney, an Iraq War veteran. The program’s scholarships are primarily for high school graduates across the country.

“Friends BOGO” is only valid on July 6, 2021, from 3:00 p.m. local time until closing in participating Chipotle restaurants in the USA, for a single free starter when purchasing a starter of equal or greater value. Additional costs for guacamole, queso blanco, extra protein, or other premium add-ons. Limit two free items per customer per transaction; Every free item requires a purchase. Orders in the restaurant only; not valid for online or mobile app orders. You must request the redemption by saying “Friends BOGO”. Cannot be combined with other coupons, promotions or special offers. Additional restrictions may apply that are invalid if prohibited.

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