Chipotle Is Giving Out Free Entrées as Buy One Get One (or Five!) for Hockey Fans on Monday

The deal is timed along with the Stanley Cup Playoffs

<p>Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg/Getty</p> Chipotle BOGO Deal

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Chipotle BOGO Deal

Chipotle is dishing out a sweet deal.

On Monday, April 22, after 3 p.m. local time, hockey fans can buy one entrée and get one free at the fast casual restaurant. To snag the deal, all you have to do is wear your hockey jersey when you order.

The offer — which is timed along with the Stanley Cup Playoffs — is available at participating U.S. and Canada Chipotle restaurants and is limited to five (!) free menu items per check, per a press release. Only in-restaurant diners are eligible.

Per the release, the chain “is a brand that appreciates the unmatched passion of the hockey community.” Since 2021, Chipotle has been partners with the NHL as “the brand’s largest sports sponsorship to date.”

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In March, the burrito chain’s chicken al pastor was back at all restaurant locations in North America, the United Kingdom and Europe for a limited time.

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Chipotle al Pastor

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The protein option was briefly on menus across the world in March 2023 and stuck around until August. Since being taken off of menus last summer, fans have flooded the fast food restaurant’s social media platforms with requests to bring back the meal.

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"There have been three times more requests to 'bring back Chicken al Pastor' on social media than any other limited time offering in the brand’s history," according to press release at the time.

Customers went crazy for the grilled chicken marinated with peppers, pineapple, lime juice and cilantro, so much so that one in five transactions included the chicken al pastor when it was on menus, the company added.

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