Chiptole’s reputation, sales and stock price have all shit the bed after there were several E. coli outbreaks at their restaurants all over the country. Following the messy shatfu, the fast food burrito chain first attempted to win back the hearts, minds and assholes of customers by offering double the amount of free food that they give to patrons. Now, Chipotle is hurling a deal for the Super Bowl that they hope you won’t pass up.
For Feb. 7, Super Bowl Sunday, catering orders from Chipotle for 20 or more burritos will receive a $50 discount.
Here’s the deal that will make your Super Bowl party guests scream, “We’re not leavin’ til we’re heavin'”:
Offer valid only on the first 1,500 catering or Burritos by the Box orders for 20 or more for Game Day (February, 7 2016) received by Chipotle by February 1, 2016 (or until all available $50 currency cards are awarded). $50 currency card will be valid for one-time use only, on Chipotle catering or Burritos by the Box orders placed on or before March 31, 2016.
What scares the shit out of some people is that Chipotle will have a national shutdown of all restaurants for a brief food safety meeting on Monday, Feb. 8. The day after the Super Bowl. So they will institute new health regulations the day after you have already fed your friends and family all that Chipotle. So does that mean that you are just shit out of luck?