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Halloween deals, discounts include $3 Chipotle burrito with costume

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There are some great deals and freebies out there this time of year for those in the Halloween spirit.

First up -- Chipotle. On Halloween, if you stop by in costume after 3 p.m. you’ll get a burrito, bowl, salad or order of tacos for $3. And Chipotle is running a contest where you can win free burritos for a year -- all you have to do is text “Boorito” to 8-8-8-2-2-2 by Halloween.

IHOP is also running a special deal this Halloween. Kids 12 and younger will get a free Scary Face Pancake if you bring them in on Oct. 31. (What’s a Scary Face Pancake? It’s a pancake topped with strawberries, whipped cream, mini Oreos and candy corn for teeth.)

Chuck E. Cheese's is giving away 50 free tickets to kids in costume this month.

Abuelo's Mexican Restaurant in Crestview Hills and Mason are offering free kids meals to children in costumes. 

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