No 2022 Veterans Day Military Discount at Chipotle; Here’s How You Can Still Save

Chipotle won't offer a Veterans Day promotion in 2022. However, you can still save money with Chipotle's Rewards program, and support military families through the chain's "Round-Up for Real Change" program.
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Chipotle Military Discount

Chipotle Mexican Grill is one of the most popular Mexican-style fast-casual restaurants in the United States, with over 3,000 locations.

In years past, Chipotle has supported military members by offering a free meal on Veterans Day as part of a buy-one-get-one free offer, according to Chipotle press releases. However, Chipotle spokesperson Sally Evans said the restaurant chain will not offer Veterans Day promotions or discounts in 2023.

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Who’s Offering Veterans Day Discounts in 2022?

How to Save Money at Chipotle

While Chipotle doesn’t offer a military discount or a 2022 Veterans Day discount, you can still save money on your favorite tacos, burrito bowls and more.

You can earn free food at Chipotle by signing up for Chipotle Rewards. Join the rewards program here or download the app to get started.

Here’s what you’ll get, according to Chipotle’s website:

  • You’ll get a free order of Chipotle tortilla chips and guacamole when you sign up.
  • Chipotle will send you an exclusive coupon on your birthday.
  • You can earn 10 points for every $1 you spend in the restaurant, in the app or online. You can put your points toward free food, merchandise and charitable giving on the Chipotle Rewards Exchange.
  • You’ll get early access to new Chipotle menu items and merchandise.

In addition to the Chipotle Rewards app, the chain also often offers deals and discounts through third-party websites such as Groupon, Doordash, and Grubhub. Deals include free delivery, catering specials, and special holiday promotions.

How Chipotle Supports Military Families

During the summer, Chipotle partners with Folds of Honor through its “Round-Up for Real Change” program, Evans said.

By rounding up Chipotle restaurant checks this summer, customers donated $450,000 to fund college scholarships for spouses and children of fallen and disabled service members.

“Last year, Chipotle’s Round up for Real Change raised more than $635,000 to help support Folds of Honor’s scholarship program,” Evans said.

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What to Expect When You Eat at Chipotle

Founded in 1993, Chipotle now has more than 3,000 fast-casual stores in the United States, plus others in Europe and Canada. The chain uses locally, sustainabily and ethically sourced organic ingredients in all its recipes.

Inside, you can visit the counter to choose an entree style: tacos, burrito, salad, or a bowl. Then, a Chipotle staff member will assemble the meal with your choice of toppings.

You can add chips, salsa, drinks and more at checkout, scan your rewards app and pay.

Where to Find Military Discounts and Veterans Day Deals

Every day, companies provide military and veteran discounts on a range of services and products. On Veterans Day, many companies offer more opportunities to save with free gifts, discounts and other promotions.

Whether you’re looking for opportunities to dine out for free, save at your favorite stores with retail discounts or visit some new attractions or events this November, you can find all the information you need on The Military Wallet.


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  1. Linwood Sutton says

    Since Chipotle doesn’t support Veterans day I’ll nolonger support Chipotle with my money and hope other Veterans do the same

  2. Linwood Sutton says

    I will no longer buy from Chipotle and hope that other Veterans will do the same.I will support my local Mexican food restaurants instead..They used to be good not any more.

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