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Cuffing season just got a little tastier.
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Chipotle Mexican Grill announced Friday that it is offering a limited time “Cuffing Season Menu” for delivery on Uber Eats in partnership with dating app Hinge.
Cuffing season is when single people start looking for short-term relationships to get them through the cold, winter months. According to Merriam-Webster, cuffing season typically happens from October until Valentine’s Day.
However, Chipotle’s “Cuffing Season Menu” promotional will last only until Dec. 5, a spokesperson confirmed to FOX Business.
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The limited-time menu is available on Uber Eats and includes three customizable meal options.
The “Day Date” includes two entrees and a side of chips and salsa, while the “Date Night” includes two entrees, a side of chips and queso and two Tractor drinks.
The “Hinge Date” option includes one entree, a side of chips and salsa, and one Tractor beverage.
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According to Thrillist, each menu option is eligible for various discounts and free delivery during certain periods of time.