Burrito Bonanza: Unwrap the Deals on National Burrito Day

Burrito Bonanza: Unwrap the Deals on National Burrito Day
Burrito Bonanza: Unwrap the Deals on National Burrito Day

National Burrito Day deals are here — how to eat for cheap or free

These deals are un-burrito-ble.

National Burrito Day is today, Thursday, April 4 — and fast food restaurants are celebrating with offers for their customers.

The foodie holiday comes in the midst of “burrito season,” which reportedly lasts from March through May and is the busiest time of the year for Mexican food consumption, Chipotle previously told Business Insider.

A spokesperson for the fresh fast casual brand told BI they see their highest sales volume in the spring thanks to “weather and daylight.” The burrito-specific reason this phenomenon doesn’t continue into summer is because the many chain restaurants near colleges and universities don’t do as well when the academic year is over.

But for now, with the season at its height, take some time to enjoy this year’s National Burrito Day deals.

Moe’s Southwest Grill

Moe’s is offering BOGO burritos or bowls for the national holiday.

Customers can buy one burrito or bowl and receive a burrito or bowl “of equal or lesser value” for free.

Add-ons, extras, premium proteins, taxes, fees and catering are excluded, the restaurant clarified.

Also, Moe’s will be hosting a giveaway where 100 winners will get a free burrito each week for 52 weeks.

To win, check in on your Moe’s Rewards account starting at 10 a.m. ET on Thursday by scanning to earn or

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