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This isn't a trick: Chipotle is bringing back free food on Halloween

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It's back: Chipotle is giving away free food on Halloween eve.

The Denver-based burrito chain has done this annually, though it's kept the offer a little more quiet in recent years. But we may as well shout it out: From 6 p.m. until close, customers can get a free burrito, naked burrito bowl or taco.

But there's a rather strange catch: You have to dress up as a Chipotle dish, like, you know, wrapping yourself in a Styrofoam taco or taping aluminum foil around your belly to be like a burrito. The possibilities are endless.

Not willing to accessorize yourself with cheese and sour cream? SONIC Drive-Ins will be offering up corn dogs on Saturday night from 5 to 10 p.m. for 50 cents a piece. And in this case, costumes aren't a requirement.

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