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Chipotle to Offer $3 ‘Booritos’ on Halloween

Chipotle to Offer $3 ‘Booritos’ on Halloween

All you have to do is wear a costume

Chipotle Mexican Grill is running a Halloween special, but there’s nothing scary about it.

On October 31, the Denver-based chain will charge a mere $3 plus tax for burritos — or “Booritos” — as well as for bowls, salads, and tacos. to close and excludes catering, mobile, and fax orders. (Do people order Chipotle via fax?) The offer is limited to one meal per person.

If you’re at a loss for costume ideas, Chipotle’s social media account has a suggestion for you: “About to dress up as a Chipotle salad this weekend, because I’m fresh and tasty but no one knows I exist.”

Ouch.

About to dress up as a Chipotle salad this weekend, because I’m fresh and tasty but no one knows I exist.

— Chipotle (@ChipotleTweets) October 27, 2017

Or there’s this punny and relatable disguise: “For Halloween, I’m gonna be a goblin… a gobblin’ down this burrito.”

Seperately, Tex-Mex lovers can take a chance at winning free burritos for a year. All they have to do is text “BOORITO” to 888222 before October 31.

The chain has made repeated overtures toward diners to escape the shadow of a yearslong series of mishaps involving numerous foodborne illness outbreaks and other food safety concerns since 2015.

The chain has recently introduced an all-natural queso and offered major discounts and promotions — though it’s also rumored the company is increasing its prices. Here are 12 ways Chipotle is trying to win back consumer trust.


Chipotle's $3 Halloween Boorito Is Back, But There's A Catch

Chipotle's Halloween Boorito deal is back this year, and the proceeds from your cheap carnitas will go toward sustainable farming.

On the evening of Oct. 31, guests who visit Chipotle in a costume will score a $3 burrito, taco or salad. (It's the same burrito, taco or salad you'd normally get, but for $3 instead of the normal price.)

No, the burritos aren't free, as you may have heard. No, you don't have to wrap yourself in foil like in the past. Yes, all the money -- up to $1 million of it, at least -- will go to charity.

All you have to do is dress up in costume with an "unnecessary" addition, like a ghost in high heels or a cowboy in a scuba mask. Chipotle hopes that doing so will remind you that its food is additive-free.

It will also remind you that cheap burritos taste delicious. Because they do.

Boorito night will raise money for the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation, which supports a sustainable food future by providing resources for farmers, promoting better livestock husbandry and more. Chipotle has raised more than $4 million for the foundation since switching Boorito night from a free-food event to a fundraiser a few years ago.


Chipotle's $3 Halloween Boorito Is Back, But There's A Catch

Chipotle's Halloween Boorito deal is back this year, and the proceeds from your cheap carnitas will go toward sustainable farming.

On the evening of Oct. 31, guests who visit Chipotle in a costume will score a $3 burrito, taco or salad. (It's the same burrito, taco or salad you'd normally get, but for $3 instead of the normal price.)

No, the burritos aren't free, as you may have heard. No, you don't have to wrap yourself in foil like in the past. Yes, all the money -- up to $1 million of it, at least -- will go to charity.

All you have to do is dress up in costume with an "unnecessary" addition, like a ghost in high heels or a cowboy in a scuba mask. Chipotle hopes that doing so will remind you that its food is additive-free.

It will also remind you that cheap burritos taste delicious. Because they do.

Boorito night will raise money for the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation, which supports a sustainable food future by providing resources for farmers, promoting better livestock husbandry and more. Chipotle has raised more than $4 million for the foundation since switching Boorito night from a free-food event to a fundraiser a few years ago.


Chipotle's $3 Halloween Boorito Is Back, But There's A Catch

Chipotle's Halloween Boorito deal is back this year, and the proceeds from your cheap carnitas will go toward sustainable farming.

On the evening of Oct. 31, guests who visit Chipotle in a costume will score a $3 burrito, taco or salad. (It's the same burrito, taco or salad you'd normally get, but for $3 instead of the normal price.)

No, the burritos aren't free, as you may have heard. No, you don't have to wrap yourself in foil like in the past. Yes, all the money -- up to $1 million of it, at least -- will go to charity.

All you have to do is dress up in costume with an "unnecessary" addition, like a ghost in high heels or a cowboy in a scuba mask. Chipotle hopes that doing so will remind you that its food is additive-free.

It will also remind you that cheap burritos taste delicious. Because they do.

Boorito night will raise money for the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation, which supports a sustainable food future by providing resources for farmers, promoting better livestock husbandry and more. Chipotle has raised more than $4 million for the foundation since switching Boorito night from a free-food event to a fundraiser a few years ago.


Chipotle's $3 Halloween Boorito Is Back, But There's A Catch

Chipotle's Halloween Boorito deal is back this year, and the proceeds from your cheap carnitas will go toward sustainable farming.

On the evening of Oct. 31, guests who visit Chipotle in a costume will score a $3 burrito, taco or salad. (It's the same burrito, taco or salad you'd normally get, but for $3 instead of the normal price.)

No, the burritos aren't free, as you may have heard. No, you don't have to wrap yourself in foil like in the past. Yes, all the money -- up to $1 million of it, at least -- will go to charity.

All you have to do is dress up in costume with an "unnecessary" addition, like a ghost in high heels or a cowboy in a scuba mask. Chipotle hopes that doing so will remind you that its food is additive-free.

It will also remind you that cheap burritos taste delicious. Because they do.

Boorito night will raise money for the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation, which supports a sustainable food future by providing resources for farmers, promoting better livestock husbandry and more. Chipotle has raised more than $4 million for the foundation since switching Boorito night from a free-food event to a fundraiser a few years ago.


Chipotle's $3 Halloween Boorito Is Back, But There's A Catch

Chipotle's Halloween Boorito deal is back this year, and the proceeds from your cheap carnitas will go toward sustainable farming.

On the evening of Oct. 31, guests who visit Chipotle in a costume will score a $3 burrito, taco or salad. (It's the same burrito, taco or salad you'd normally get, but for $3 instead of the normal price.)

No, the burritos aren't free, as you may have heard. No, you don't have to wrap yourself in foil like in the past. Yes, all the money -- up to $1 million of it, at least -- will go to charity.

All you have to do is dress up in costume with an "unnecessary" addition, like a ghost in high heels or a cowboy in a scuba mask. Chipotle hopes that doing so will remind you that its food is additive-free.

It will also remind you that cheap burritos taste delicious. Because they do.

Boorito night will raise money for the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation, which supports a sustainable food future by providing resources for farmers, promoting better livestock husbandry and more. Chipotle has raised more than $4 million for the foundation since switching Boorito night from a free-food event to a fundraiser a few years ago.


Chipotle's $3 Halloween Boorito Is Back, But There's A Catch

Chipotle's Halloween Boorito deal is back this year, and the proceeds from your cheap carnitas will go toward sustainable farming.

On the evening of Oct. 31, guests who visit Chipotle in a costume will score a $3 burrito, taco or salad. (It's the same burrito, taco or salad you'd normally get, but for $3 instead of the normal price.)

No, the burritos aren't free, as you may have heard. No, you don't have to wrap yourself in foil like in the past. Yes, all the money -- up to $1 million of it, at least -- will go to charity.

All you have to do is dress up in costume with an "unnecessary" addition, like a ghost in high heels or a cowboy in a scuba mask. Chipotle hopes that doing so will remind you that its food is additive-free.

It will also remind you that cheap burritos taste delicious. Because they do.

Boorito night will raise money for the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation, which supports a sustainable food future by providing resources for farmers, promoting better livestock husbandry and more. Chipotle has raised more than $4 million for the foundation since switching Boorito night from a free-food event to a fundraiser a few years ago.


Chipotle's $3 Halloween Boorito Is Back, But There's A Catch

Chipotle's Halloween Boorito deal is back this year, and the proceeds from your cheap carnitas will go toward sustainable farming.

On the evening of Oct. 31, guests who visit Chipotle in a costume will score a $3 burrito, taco or salad. (It's the same burrito, taco or salad you'd normally get, but for $3 instead of the normal price.)

No, the burritos aren't free, as you may have heard. No, you don't have to wrap yourself in foil like in the past. Yes, all the money -- up to $1 million of it, at least -- will go to charity.

All you have to do is dress up in costume with an "unnecessary" addition, like a ghost in high heels or a cowboy in a scuba mask. Chipotle hopes that doing so will remind you that its food is additive-free.

It will also remind you that cheap burritos taste delicious. Because they do.

Boorito night will raise money for the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation, which supports a sustainable food future by providing resources for farmers, promoting better livestock husbandry and more. Chipotle has raised more than $4 million for the foundation since switching Boorito night from a free-food event to a fundraiser a few years ago.


Chipotle's $3 Halloween Boorito Is Back, But There's A Catch

Chipotle's Halloween Boorito deal is back this year, and the proceeds from your cheap carnitas will go toward sustainable farming.

On the evening of Oct. 31, guests who visit Chipotle in a costume will score a $3 burrito, taco or salad. (It's the same burrito, taco or salad you'd normally get, but for $3 instead of the normal price.)

No, the burritos aren't free, as you may have heard. No, you don't have to wrap yourself in foil like in the past. Yes, all the money -- up to $1 million of it, at least -- will go to charity.

All you have to do is dress up in costume with an "unnecessary" addition, like a ghost in high heels or a cowboy in a scuba mask. Chipotle hopes that doing so will remind you that its food is additive-free.

It will also remind you that cheap burritos taste delicious. Because they do.

Boorito night will raise money for the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation, which supports a sustainable food future by providing resources for farmers, promoting better livestock husbandry and more. Chipotle has raised more than $4 million for the foundation since switching Boorito night from a free-food event to a fundraiser a few years ago.


Chipotle's $3 Halloween Boorito Is Back, But There's A Catch

Chipotle's Halloween Boorito deal is back this year, and the proceeds from your cheap carnitas will go toward sustainable farming.

On the evening of Oct. 31, guests who visit Chipotle in a costume will score a $3 burrito, taco or salad. (It's the same burrito, taco or salad you'd normally get, but for $3 instead of the normal price.)

No, the burritos aren't free, as you may have heard. No, you don't have to wrap yourself in foil like in the past. Yes, all the money -- up to $1 million of it, at least -- will go to charity.

All you have to do is dress up in costume with an "unnecessary" addition, like a ghost in high heels or a cowboy in a scuba mask. Chipotle hopes that doing so will remind you that its food is additive-free.

It will also remind you that cheap burritos taste delicious. Because they do.

Boorito night will raise money for the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation, which supports a sustainable food future by providing resources for farmers, promoting better livestock husbandry and more. Chipotle has raised more than $4 million for the foundation since switching Boorito night from a free-food event to a fundraiser a few years ago.


Chipotle's $3 Halloween Boorito Is Back, But There's A Catch

Chipotle's Halloween Boorito deal is back this year, and the proceeds from your cheap carnitas will go toward sustainable farming.

On the evening of Oct. 31, guests who visit Chipotle in a costume will score a $3 burrito, taco or salad. (It's the same burrito, taco or salad you'd normally get, but for $3 instead of the normal price.)

No, the burritos aren't free, as you may have heard. No, you don't have to wrap yourself in foil like in the past. Yes, all the money -- up to $1 million of it, at least -- will go to charity.

All you have to do is dress up in costume with an "unnecessary" addition, like a ghost in high heels or a cowboy in a scuba mask. Chipotle hopes that doing so will remind you that its food is additive-free.

It will also remind you that cheap burritos taste delicious. Because they do.

Boorito night will raise money for the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation, which supports a sustainable food future by providing resources for farmers, promoting better livestock husbandry and more. Chipotle has raised more than $4 million for the foundation since switching Boorito night from a free-food event to a fundraiser a few years ago.


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