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For Once, Guac Is NOT Extra When You Order Food Online At Chipotle

It's free only on Saturday, July 31! 🥑

For Once, Guac Is NOT Extra When You Order Food Online At Chipotle

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"Guac is extra" are three words no burrito lover ever wants to hear when they're placing an order at Chipotle.

Luckily, you don't have to deal with that, because, on Saturday, July 31, the restaurant is giving away free guacamole with the purchase of any meal on their app or website. You can use the promo code AVO2021 to get the deal.

This is all to celebrate National Avocado Day in Canada and the U.S. They're also giving away free delivery until August 1.

Chipotle says it expects to use about 4.5 million cases or 100 million pounds of avocados this year to make its guacamole. Holy!


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