Get a BOGO at Chipotle when you buy $30 or more in gift cards now through December 24, 2017.
Here is how to get the deal: Spend $30 on gift cards in a Chipotle restaurant (not online), keep your gift card receipt, and bring in your receipt on your next visit to get the BOGO. BOGO can be used on a burrito bowl, salad, or order of tacos. Last day to redeem is December 31, 2017.
For more details see: Chipotle Gift Card Holiday Special.
Terms of Chipotle Coupon
*Buy $30 or more in gift cards at any Chipotle between November 20th and December 24th, then bring in your receipt on your next visit (before December 31st, 2017) for a BUY-ONE/GET-ONE FREE burrito, bowl, salad, or order of tacos.
Last day to redeem receipt is December 31, 2017. Must be original receipt – no copies. Limit one free regular-priced menu item per customer with the purchase of a menu item of equal or greater value. Redemption of BUY-ONE/GET-ONE FREE offer is subject to availability. This promotion does not apply to gift cards purchased online or at other retailers. Gift cards must be purchased in a single transaction at a Chipotle restaurant, total $30 or more, and be accompanied by a Chipotle restaurant receipt to qualify. Additional restrictions may apply; void where prohibited.
About Chipotle (from Wikipedia)
Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. is a chain of restaurants located in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada, specializing in burritos and tacos. Its name derives from chipotle, the Mexican Spanish name for a smoked and dried jalapeño chili pepper.
The restaurant is known for its large burritos, assembly-line production, and use of natural ingredients. The company has released a mission statement called Food with Integrity, which highlights its efforts in using organic ingredients,and serves more naturally raised meat than any other restaurant chain.
Chipotle has more than 1900 locations.
The majority of food is prepared in each restaurant. Some exceptions are the beans and carnitas, which are prepared at a central kitchen in Chicago, Illinois. None of the restaurants have freezers, microwave ovens, or can openers.
Chipotle Food Safety
In December 2015, Seattle health officials closed a Seattle-area Chipotle for a day after it had repeatedly had small numbers of violations during recent consecutive inspections that previously would not have generated a closure order. On December 10, 2015, CEO Steve Ells released a press statement apologizing for 2015 outbreaks and promised changes to minimize the risks of future outbreaks.
On February 8, 2016, Chipotle closed all of its eateries nationwide for a few hours during the morning for an all-staff meeting on food safety.