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Chipotle Is Giving Away Free Burritos And $100k In Bitcoin For National Burrito Day

To celebrate National Burrito Day on April 1, Chipotle has announced it will give away $100,000 in free burritos and $100,000 in Bitcoin. This makes them the first restaurant to offer cryptocurrency to customers according to their press release.

It’s all part of the company’s interactive game called “Burritos or Bitcoin” which will run between 9:00 a.m. PT and 6:00 p.m. PT tomorrow, April 1.

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There’s no purchase required to participate (although ordering a burrito on National Burrito Day sounds like the perfect thing to do). All you have to do is visit BurritosOrBitcoin.com and correctly guess the six-digit passcode to unlock prizes. You only get ten chances!

Here’s how the prizes will be distributed: 10,000 people will win a free burrito, 50 people will win $500 in Bitcoin, and 3 people will win $25,000 in Bitcoin. 

For official rules and complete details check out BurritosOrBitcoin.com.

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