Chipotle and Carrabba’s Offering New Freebies

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It’s a free food feeding frenzy at Chipotle Mexican Grill and Carrabba’s Italian Grill.

Chipotle is now offering free chips and guacamole to anyone who plays three rounds of its ‘Cado Crusher game online and makes a Chipotle entree purchase.

Chipotle says ‘Cado Crusher — an online whack-a-mole-style game that requires players to dice, chop and smash the ingredients Chipotle uses to make its signature guacamole — is a fun way to highlight the simple fresh ingredients that go into its made-from-scratch guacamole.

“Each batch of ripe avocados is hand-mashed and seasoned with freshly diced red onions, jalapeno peppers, cilantro, citrus juice and salt,” Chipotle says.

After you’ve completed three rounds of ‘Cado Crusher and filled out a short online form — with your name, cellphone number and ZIP code — Chipotle will text you the free guacamole and chips offer. You need to purchase an entree before you can cash in on the offer.

You can play the ‘Cado Crusher game until Feb. 7. The freebie offer is good through Feb. 28.

If you are in the mood for Italian food, head over to Carrabba’s. Now through Jan. 29, you can order a Rigatoni Campagnolo and you’ll get a free bonus one to take home. You just need to mention the offer to your server. The deal applies to dine-in orders only.

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