National Burrito Day is celebrated on the first Thursday in April, and in 2021, that happens to fall on April Fool’s Day.
A good burrito deal is no laughing matter, though. Here are some restaurants offering up deals and promotions for National Burrito Day.
Note: This list is not all-inclusive, and deals are subject to be changed. This list will be updated as more deals come through.
- On April 1, Cafe Rio app users can get 4x the points on burritos.
- Chipotle has announced it is giving away $100,000 in burritos and $100,000 in Bitcoin on April 1.
- In an online interactive game called “Burritos or Bitcoin,” customers have 10 tries to guess a six-digit code for a chance to win a free burrito or up to $25,000 in Bitcoin, according to a news release from Chipotle.
- But customers who are unable to crack the code may still receive a special offer from Chipotle. The contest runs 10 a.m.-7 p.m. MT on April 1, and fans can participate at burritosorbitcoin.com.
- Through the Del Taco app, customers can buy one Epic Burrito and get a second one free on April 1, according to USA Today.
- Additionally, you can get two free Del Tacos when you download the app.
El Pollo Loco
- On April 1, El Pollo Loco is running a buy-one-get-one-free burrito deal. Customers can access the coupon on El Pollo Loco’s official website. Furthermore, Loco Rewards members can receive an additional free burrito (two free burritos total) if they use the offer in El Pollo Loco’s app instead of the coupon.
Maverik Adventure’s First Stop
- The Utah-based convenience store is offering $1 off all burritos.
- The chain is also giving 5,000 loyalty customers a free burrito through the app. Customers can check the app on April 1 to see if they received the deal, USA Today reported.
Moe’s Southwest Grill
- On April 1, Moe’s Southwest Grill is offering $5 burritos and bowls all day at all locations nationwide, Today reported. The promotion is available in-store or by delivery through the Moe Rewards app.
- New Taco Bell Rewards members can get a free Doritos Locos Tacos through the app for a limited time, according to USA Today.