How to enjoy Chipotle's Halloween 2022 costume deal this spooky season

Eve Edwards October 31, 2022
How to enjoy Chipotle's Halloween 2022 costume deal this spooky season
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Halloween is finally upon us and Chipotle is one of several brands celebrating the spooky season with a special offer, but to get this deal you’ll need to bring your costume A-game.

Ready your most frightening outfits this Monday, October 31 as Chipotle open up their annual Halloween deal once again. From Monday afternoon, US branches of the Mexican fast food chain will have a special offer on for those in costume.

If you’re looking for details on Chipotle’s Halloween deal, here’s what you need to know.

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What is Chipotle’s Halloween costume deal?

To celebrate the spooky season, Chipotle have launched their Halloween deal. For anyone headed to the Mexican fast food chain, you can get free food if you come dressed in costume. The company outlined the specifics of the deal in a Twitter post:

“This Halloween, come haunt any U.S. Chipotle from 3pm to close and get a $6 entrée when you dress in costume & scan your Rewards member ID. Limit 1 offer per costume. Rewards members & in-restaurant only; no digital, delivery or catering orders.”

So, for Chipotle lovers around the world, we’re sorry to report that this Halloween deal is only available to US customers.

How to access the Chipotle’s Halloween costume deal

Firstly, you’ll need to be a Chipotle Rewards member. You can find out more about the perks of being a Rewards member and how to sign up here. You’ll need a Rewards ID if you want to access the deal.

Secondly, you’ll need a costume! If you want to access the Boorito deal at Chipotle this October 31, you’ll need to come dressed to impress.

You have until close on Halloween to rustle up a spooky look and secure your entrée.

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Chipotle customers complain about changed deal

Although securing a $6 deal at Chipotle is a pretty good offer, some Chipotle customers are complaining on social media about the changes to the Boorito deal.

“I used to eat chipotle once a year on Halloween for free because all you had to do was wear a piece of foil in some way. Now it’s $6, only in the evening, and you have to wear a costume, which is not worth it,” one Twitter user commented.

“$6? Chipotle so stingy it used to be free when you wore a costume on Halloween,” another added.

But for those disappointed, you can also enter the Booreal Sweepstakes for a chance to win free burritos for a year.

Which other food companies have Halloween deals?

It’s not just Chipotle who have a killer deal in store for Halloween, there are a number of other food chains who also have offers running through October 31.

Here are some of the foodie deals on offer this Halloween:

  • 7-Eleven: Buy one get one free deal for any large pizza on October 31
  • Applebee’s: Get $6 Scary Sips cocktails, Tipsy Zombie and Dracula’s Juice. On Halloween only, customers can get a free order of Boneless Wings with any purchase of $30 or more for both delivery and take out. Online orders of $20 or more can get a free appetizer of chips and queso if you use the code QUESO at checkout.
  • Burger King: If you find a ghost in your house using the Burger King app’s ghost detector, you can get two limited Ghost Pepper Whopper sandwiches and two small fries for $10.
  • Dunkin’ Donuts: Rewards members who buy a full-priced medium or large drink by October 31 can unlock free items such as a Breakfast Sandwich, 10-count Munchkins, or Bagel Minis.

You can read about more deals on offer this October 31, 2022 here.

Jack-o’-lantern can be seen in front of a restaurant in the Old Town of Krakow. Although more and more Poles have been celebrating Halloween for several years, celebrating this holiday is more associated with selling pumpkins and costumes for children in chain stores, decorating some shop windows and restaurants, and often with themed parties in bars and clubs. As Halloween is not part of the Polish tradition, it is not really celebrated and only a few people will dress up on this day and join the party in big cities, including tourists and foreign students. On Sunday, October 30, 2022, in Krakow, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
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