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Calling all nurses! Here’s how you can get FREE Chipotle today


It’s a CODE BURRITO! 

National Nurses Week has come and gone, but Chipotle has a special deal that it’s nurses offering TODAY. 

On Tuesday, June 5 Chipotle Mexican Grill will offer nurses a buy-one-get-one free burrito, bowl, salad or order of tacos.

>>14 of the BEST Mexican restaurants in Dayton 

Nurses must present a work ID to claim their freebie and the offer is limited to one free entree item per ID, according to Chipotle’s website

>>Hungry for Chipotle? This service can deliver burritos within minutes

The deal is only available for purchase in-restaurant orders, so you can’t use it for online orders or delivery, and the offer cannot be combined with other coupons, promotions or special offers.

>>MORE: 4 places to find great margaritas in Dayton

Nurses are constantly taking care of others, so why not let Chipotle care for you today?! 


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