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Chipotle is Giving Away Free Chips and Guac. Here’s How to Get Yours

March 21, 2016
by Dana Sitar
Contributor

I just won free chips and guac from Chipotle, and I’m stoked.

I know. Free food from Chipotle. You’ve heard it before, right?

But they just keep doing it! We can’t turn down free food. Plus, this time, they’re making it fun.

Earn Free Guacamole at Chipotle With Guac Hunter

Today, Chipotle launched Guac Hunter, the online game that lets you earn a free order of chips and guacamole.

Seriously, the game is about as about as addictive as the guac itself.

How to play:

  • You’re shown three rounds of photosets.
  • Spot the five differences in each set before 45 seconds is up.

It’s like Highlights Double Check, except you get free food at the end — instead of a dentist appointment. (Where did you read your Highlights? Mine were always in the waiting room.)

And don’t worry, you don’t have to spot every difference to earn your free guac. You’ll get it just for playing.

At the end of the game, you’ll have to enter your name and phone number. Just like February’s free burrito promo, you’ll receive a text link to download your coupon for free chips and guac.

Free and clear — no purchase necessary. But you might want to purchase a burrito and put your free guac to good use!

Play before April 1. Coupons expire April 10. Only one coupon per phone number.

Want More Free Chipotle?

For more Chipotle deals, remember to check your junk mail for a coupon for a free burrito.

You can’t stack it with the free chips and guac coupon. But, let’s face it, you’re fixin’ for two trips to Chipotle, anyway.

And, no matter how you pay, here are six ways to get a bigger burrito without paying extra.

Keep it coming, Chipotle. We never stopped loving you.

Your Turn: Is there room in your life for all this free Chipotle, or are you tired of hearing about it?

Dana Sitar (@danasitar) is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She’s written for Huffington Post, Entrepreneur.com, Writer’s Digest and more, attempting humor wherever it’s allowed (and sometimes where it’s not).

by Dana Sitar
Contributor for The Penny Hoarder

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