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It’s National Avocado Day! Here’s where to get *free* guac


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Marking your calendar with national food holidays gives you an excuse to celebrate something almost every single day of the year. Coming up, there’s Coffee Day (September 29), Kale Day (October 3), and Chocolate-Covered Everything Day (December 16). But for brunch-loving toast fanatics, the occasion that’s most worthy of excessive heart-eyes emojis is, *drum roll*, today. Happy National Avocado Day!

While you may have plans for a festive agenda that includes a kettlebell-size serving of the stuff or a fresh-baked batch of fiber-packed avo cupcakes, keep in mind that bringing your celebration to Chipotle will get you a side of guac for *zero* extra dollars, according to a press release from the fast-casual chain. To top off your entrée of choice with some gratis green goodness, simply preorder online or on the app, add on the guac, and enter the code (wait for it) “AVOCADO” at checkout to reap the nutrient-dense rewards.

To top off your entrée with some gratis green goodness, simply preorder online or on the app, add on the guac, and enter code “AVOCADO” at checkout.

Take note: The offer only works if you place your order online or using the mobile app—not IRL. But, as Chipotle’s chief marketing officer Chris Brandt notes, “It’s a major bonus that you can skip the line when you order ahead.” Since doing so means your guac will be ready for dunking the moment you step in the store to pick up your holiday-appropriate meal, he’s totally right. Guac on, avo lovers.

Here’s the healthiest thing you can order at Chipotle, according to a dietitian, and why you should totally mention your avo-obsession in your dating profile

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