Twickenham Chipotle to celebrate Six Nations Rugby with buy one get one free deal if England win

By Heather Nicholls

16th Feb 2024 | Local News

Twickenham Chipotle to celebrate Six Nations Rugby with buy one get one free deal if England win. (Photo Credit: Heather Nicholls).
Twickenham Chipotle to celebrate Six Nations Rugby with buy one get one free deal if England win. (Photo Credit: Heather Nicholls).

Twickenham's Chipotle Mexcian Grill is celebrating the Six Nations Rugby with an exclusive 'Buy One Get One Free' offer if England wins!

The restaurant is just a 15-minute walk from Twickenham stadium!

A spokesperson for Chipotle said: "Chipotle is cheering on England from the sidelines, because, if the home nation team win on either 24th February or 9th March, the Twickenham restaurant will be serving a BOGOF offer on all burritos, bowls, tacos, and salads!"

What's more, fans can enjoy Chipotle's brand-new Tortilla Chip recipe – their new freshly fried tortilla chips are made in small batches throughout the day for peak freshness.

Rugby fans can enjoy this offer exclusively in-restaurant after the match until 11pm at Chipotle Twickenham (5 London Road, Twickenham TW1 3SX), just a short 15-minute walk from the stadium.

Jacob Sumner, Director of European Operations said: "We're committed to offering customisable meals made with real, fresh ingredients that fuel athletes and fans alike on rugby game days.

"Our BOGOF offer is the perfect opportunity to give fans a healthy way to celebrate a win - with real, fresh food."

The buy one get one free promotion is limited to one free menu items per check and is subject to availability.

Each free item requires the purchase of an entrée item of equal or greater value and may be collected only at Chipotle Twickenham.

Valid only on 24th February and 9th March 2024, after 4pm.

Redeemable in-restaurant only; not valid for catering, mobile, online or delivery orders.

     

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