McDonald’s is offering free McFlurries for its new Caramel Brownie flavor on Tuesday. Here’s how to get one.

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McDonald’s will give away free McFlurries on Tuesday following its debut of a new flavor.

The fast-food chain will hand out regular size cups of its new Caramel Brownie McFlurry on May 4. The new flavor, which is characterized as “salty and sweet,” was only just released across the fast food chain on Monday. It is made out of vanilla soft serve mixed with brownie pieces and caramel sauce.

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Caramel Brownie McFlurry

McDonald’s said the free ice cream mix is for anyone who has mistaken the McFlurry spoon – a hollow plastic scoop – for a straw. The chain announced it would release the new flavor on National Caramel Day in April.

In order to qualify for the free Caramel Brownie McFlurry, customers must download the McDonald’s app and register for a free account.

From the account, just provide the offer code for the free McFlurry at the register or through an online order. The code can only be used once per customer. No purchase is required to get the free soft-serve mix.

From Monday to Wednesday, McDonald’s customers can also get the Caramel Brownie McFlurry for free via the delivery app Uber Eats with a $15 or more purchase.

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Chipotle will give out free burritos and $100,000 in bitcoin for National Burrito Day

  • Chipotle says it plans to give out 10,000 free burritos, as well as $100,000 in bitcoin on Thursday.
  • To win a prize, players get 10 tries to guess a six-digit code on Chipotle’s website.
  • Prizes range from free burritos to $25,000 in bitcoin.
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Chipotle is giving out free burritos and $100,000 in bitcoin as a part of a “Burritos or Bitcoin” game on Thursday.

The event will launch Thursday morning and run for 12 hours as a part of National Burrito Day, which takes place every year on the first Thursday in April. While the event will take place on April 1, Chipotle told Insider that the event is not part of an April Fools’ prank.

The chain will be the first US restaurant to give away bitcoin, according to Chipotle’s press release.

No purchase is required to be eligible for the contest which will be hosted on In order to qualify for a prize, the player must correctly guess a six-digit code.

The game will give out burritos to 10,000 winners and as many as 53 people could win a bitcoin prize. The bitcoin prizes are distributed across two values: 50 fans can win $500 in bitcoin, and three can win $25,000 worth of the digital currency.

Based on Chipotle’s calculations, higher-value items, including the $25,000 bitcoin prize, have increasingly lower odds of winning.

In its press release, Chipotle said it is giving each player 10 chances to guess the correct code in an ode to bitcoin investors like Stefan Thomas who lost $220 million in bitcoin after failing to guess the correct password for his account.

At the time, Thomas was given 10 guesses. In the press release, Chipotle said it partnered with Thomas, who is the CEO of Coil, a blockchain company.

Thomas confirmed the partnership with Chipotle on Twitter.

“I am a @ChipotleTweets influencer now,” Thomas tweeted.

Bitcoin prices have surged in the past year, hitting a record $60,000 earlier in March. At the time of publication a single bitcoin was worth over $59,000.

Chipotle is not the first company to experiment with bitcoin. Just last week, Tesla began accepting bitcoin in exchange for its cars.

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