How To Win Free Chipotle Burritos For A Year AND Lollapalooza Tickets, Because The World Is A Beautiful Place

Sit down, my burrito-loving friends, because I have some news: you can win free Chipotle burritos for a year and score VIP weekend tickets to Chicago's Lollapalooza music festival thanks to a little thing Chipotle is calling its Ultimate Lollapalooza VIP Sweepstakes. If you're the type who always pays extra for guac, then you're going to want to pay attention to what I'm about to say next.

The rules of Chipotle's latest sweepstakes are ridiculously simple, and there's a lot to be gained if the universe deems you the grand prize winner. According to the contest's official rules, Chipotle fans who text "Tix," "Chicago," "Lolla," "Beats," "Rock," "Chipotle," "Prize," "Sweeps," or "Concert" to 888222 between May 10 and May 31 stand to win some serious prizes including — yes, you heard me right the first time — free Chipotle burritos for a year, in the form of 52 Chipotle gift cards each valued at $10. Grand prize winners also get a free trip to Chicago with up to three friends for VIP access to this year's Lollapalooza festival (airfare and accommodations included), and holy guacamole, what a beautiful time to be alive.

Don't wanna use up your data sending text messages? You can also enter the sweepstakes online here. If you do choose to text, you should receive confirmation of your entry pretty soon after you submit.

Of course, as is the case with most contests, there are a few caveats. For one thing, grand prize winners must be at least 21 years old, and there is only one entry per person. The winner must also be able to travel July 27 through Aug. 1. (For what it's worth, Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and LCD Soundsystem are part of the this year's Lollapalooza lineup.)

I texted "tix" to 888222 and received confirmation that I was entered pretty immediately.

So to recap, get out your smartphones, because there are potentially 52 free Chipotle burritos to be had in your future. I honestly cannot think of anything else in this world I'd rather have.

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