Nurses have one of the toughest jobs in the world. They take care of patients of every age, with every illness imaginable and make their lives better along the way. In honor of the work nurses do every day, often without thanks, Chipotle decided to call a “Code Burrito” this Wednesday, June 14.
Nurses Get BOGO Chipotle Deal
On June 14, Chipotle invites all nurses to come in and get a buy-one-get-one free deal on a burrito, bowl, salad or order of tacos. Every restaurant location in the U.S. and Canada will participate in this promotion. Not a bad way to take your lunch or dinner break, nurses! You can bring a couple of friends to share a meal. Or, maybe you’ll want to order two things and save one for yourself for a snack later on. No one says you have to share!
This deal applies only for in-restaurant orders. So, nurses you should skip the online, mobile or fax orders for the day. Also, catering orders and Burritos by the Box orders do not get the special promotional price. Coupons cannot be used with this deal, either.
Nurses just need to bring in official identification to prove their certification to get the deal. This includes a nursing license, medical or medical office ID.
And this deal is not just for registered nurses! Nurses with the following certifications can take advantage of this deal: RN (registered nurse), NP (nurse practitioner), CRNA (certified registered nurse anesthetists), CNS (clinical nurse specialist), CNM (certified nurse midwife), LVN (licensed vocational nurse) or CNA (certified nursing assistant).
Nurse Appreciation Week may have happened back in May, but Chipotle’s offer shows you don’t need a designated day or week to honor these hardworking people! Thanks in advance to all the nurses out there working hard to keep us healthy and happy.
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