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Everyone knows that guacamole will usually cost you extra, but for one day only, customers at Chipotle will be able to score some for free.
In honor of National Avocado Day on July 31, the fast-casual Mexican chain is offering a free topping of guacamole with the purchase of any regular-priced entree.
The offer is only valid for orders placed via the Chipotle mobile app or online at chipotle.com.
The deal is limited to one free guacamole per entree. You can get it with a Chipotle Rewards entree, but it cannot be combined with any other coupons, promotions or special offers.
Free guacamole is just the start when it comes to your options for celebrating National Avocado Day. On July 31 and Aug. 1, you can book a stay in the “Avo-Condo,” an avocado-shaped mobile home in Sydney, Australia. Available through Booking.com, a stay at this unique abode accommodates two guests, and costs just over $70 per night — if you can snag a reservation.
The interior is avocado-themed as well, and guests will get avocado-centric goodies too.
National Avocado Day was founded in 2017 by Model Meals, a meal delivery service. July 31 was chosen because it’s during peak avocado season in California.
Guacamole is one delicious way to enjoy avocadoes, but there a number of other ways to incorporate it into dishes in your own kitchen as well. You could try using avocado in lieu of butter or mayonnaise, and it can also work as a great base for creamy sauces and dressings. Avocadoes have a number of health benefits, as they’re full of healthy fat, fiber and vitamin K.
Avocado toast is a go-to healthy and yummy breakfast for a lot of people, but there are even more ways to enjoy avocado at your morning meal, too. Try it in a smoothie or omelet, or use it to make a chile cream sauce to top a hash.