Chipotle giveaway: Meditate and exercise for free guacamole

Who doesn’t love free guacamole? 

Chipotle hopes to help fans maintain their healthy lifestyles and New Year’s resolutions with the franchise’s new augmented reality lens in partnership with Snapchat. 

Beginning Jan. 13 (also known as “quitter’s day,” according to Chipotle), fans can access the AR lens on their Snapchat accounts. Those who complete the challenge can get free guacamole on their next Chipotle purchase. 

Chipotle will give away 10,000 free guac promos a day to participants until Jan. 23. Approximately 100,000 will be given away once the challenge ends. 

Here’s how it works

Once fans access the AR lens through their Snapchat accounts, the AR lens will prompt them to exercise and meditate. If successfully completed, the user will get a free promo code for a free small side or topping of guac. 


The company also announced it has launched seven new Lifestyle Bowls inspired by Millennials and Gen Z that will not only encourage better eating habits but better lifestyle habits as well. 

The seven new bowls feature ingredients that better align with what Millennials and Gen Z define as healthy, according to a company news release. 

“According to a recent trend report, 76% of 13 to 39-year-olds agree wellness can be anything that makes you feel good, and 90% of young people believe wellness looks different for everyone,” Chipotle said.  

“We created seven new Lifestyle Bowls that embrace Gen Z and Millennials’ modern interpretation of wellbeing,” said Chris Brandt, Chief Marketing Officer, Chipotle. “We’re making new year’s resolutions fun by gamifying the experience and offering balanced meals made with real ingredients that you feel good eating.” 

The seven new bowls include: 

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