Chipotle IQ game is back for Cinco de Mayo with 250,000 buy-one-get-one free coupon codes

To celebrate Cinco de Mayo, Chiptole is bringing back its Chipotle IQ trivia game. (Photo: Chipotle Mexican Grill)

Chipotle Mexican Grill has brought back its popular trivia game for Cinco de Mayo and 250,000 buy-one-get-one free coupon codes are up for grabs.

The five-day contest kicked off Monday at and continues through 11:59 p.m. PT May 7. There will be 50,000 prizes given out each day to the first people who answer all 10 questions correctly.

Winners get a coupon code for a free regular menu entree worth up to $8 with the purchase of a regular-price entree. The codes expire seven days after receipt and can be used on burritos, burrito bowls, tacos and quesadillas.

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One question that appears to be tripping people up is what was Chipotle’s float in the Rose Parade. According to Google Trends, this was a rising query Monday.

Chipotle first launched the game in August 2020, and 250,000 prizes were all given out less than four hours after the site went live.

There’s also a second way to win a prize from Chipotle. On Cinco de Mayo (Wednesday), Chipotle will give away five $500 Chipotle gift cards on its Instagram page for the last five fans to comment “last” on Chipotle’s Cinco de Mayo post before 5:55 p.m. ET.

Chipotle also is giving away 250,000 free burritos for nurses and health care workers who register while supplies last. Learn more here.

This story will be updated with more Cinco de Mayo deals. Check back soon.

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