Chipotle Partners with Uber Eats & Dating App Hinge to Deliver Cuffing Season Menu & Dating Advice



Chipotle Partners with Uber Eats & Dating App Hinge to Deliver Cuffing Season Menu & Dating Advice

Cuffing season generally begins in October and lasts till valentine’s day. It is the season when singles use dating apps in large numbers to find partners for short-term relationships; to get through cold winter months.

 Chipotle’s Cuffing Season menu is available through Uber Eats. There are three customizable options the Day Date, the Night Date and the new “Hinge Date.”

 “Our restaurants have been extremely popular date destinations, and many of our fans have found love bonding over their Chipotle obsessions.” Tressie Lieberman, Chipotle’s vice president of digital marketing and off-premises, said in a statement. “In our endless pursuit to meet our fans where they are, we teamed up with Uber Eats to create a series of fun, shareable pairings that can be enjoyed anywhere and will complement the dating experience.

 Uber Eats and Hinge are also offering additional promotions.As a unique promotion, Uber Eats is giving 10 customers the opportunity to get one-on-one dating advice from Rebel Wilson, a popular comedian. To enter the contest, customers have to order from the “Cuffing Season Menu.” The app said that they also have to use the code BOWLMATES at checkout up to November 25. 

Hinge is giving customers $20 off for their next three Chipotle orders through Uber Eats. The app has also added a burrito graphic for users to fill in their profile.

 Source Fox Business


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