Chipotle Is Now Serving Quesadillas AND You Can Get Them Delivered Free

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Try a new restaurant menu item and get free delivery!

Chipotle has finally added quesadillas to its menus nationwide, and for a limited time, you can get free delivery any time you order one!

Note that the new Quesadillas are not available to order in the restaurant, so plan on placing your order online or via the free Chipotle app (iOS or Android). The free delivery discount will automatically apply at checkout when a quesadilla is added to your bag – no promo code required!

All of Chipotle’s Quesadillas start with a flour tortilla that’s loaded with cheese. Then, you can customize your order with your choice of meat, sofritas, or fajita veggies and three included sides. Pricing may vary by location and with your personal customizations, but Quesadillas were priced starting at $8.40 at our local Chipotle.

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Chipotle has extended its free delivery offer!

Even if you’re not ordering one of Chipotle’s new quesadillas, you can still enjoy Free Delivery on orders of $10 or more through May 31st! No promo code is needed to claim this offer, as the discount is automatically applied during checkout.

Keep in mind that many Chipotle locations currently have their dining areas closed, but you can still enjoy their food by ordering delivery or take-out. Check out how they’re implementing COVID-19 safety precautions here.

Note that the maximum delivery amount is $200, and delivery is not available in all areas. You can place your order online at or in the free Chipotle app (iOS or Android)!

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Earn Chipotle rewards, too!

Consider joining Chipotle Rewards (free to sign up) to score FREE chips and guac after your first purchase. You’ll also earn points for every purchase that you can later redeem for free entrées, sides, and more!

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  1. todd

    They have always had quesadillas, you just had to ask for it.

    • Ap927

      But these you can order from the app, when you couldn’t before. The bad news is these are different. They have some type of new machine to make them. They’re folded into a circle and then cut (no more triangles), the tortilla was a bit crunchier, it’s not the same at all. Plus it comes with sides and cost more. After years of hoping they’d put quesadillas on their app, I was super disappointed.

      • Ap927

        I’m hoping they will still let us older three old kind in store. Haven’t tried yet.

        • Ap927


  2. K

    I went the other day. You can no longer order the a la carte small or large quesadilla. It only comes as the meal. If you order the small quesadilla, they will charge you for the entire kids meal instead of just the quesadilla.

  3. Suzan

    Just tried this yesterday and honestly, won’t be getting it again. We got the carnita quesadilla and it wasn’t very flavorful and pricey for what it is. It’s more expensive than a burrito and you don’t get much. There’s only 2 pieces and not very big either.

  4. chesca

    I finally tried chipotle for the first time recently. While the food was decent, i found it to be quite pricey. I planned to get a burrito and a taco. I didnt realize i couldnt order (technically) what i wanted. I disregarded the burrito because i had to take 3 tacos instead of the just 1 i wanted to try. My boyfriend said he would take the burritos as they had already started to make it before i realized ordering 1 taco wasnt an option. Clearly the quality is better than Taco Bell and such but i felt $28. for 1 burrito 3 tacos and 2 sodas was insane. Glad i got to try it but i cant imagine id return unless i am able to score their B1G1 entree special they sometimes have.

    • Ap927

      Taco Bell can’t even really be said in the same sentence as chipotle. LOL. They prepare everything fresh, in the restaurant, they source their ingredients sustainably, no artificial flavors or anything, the quality is worth it in my opinion. I hope this helps you understand the cost a little more. ☺️ They have more information on their website. And no, I don’t work for them. LOL!

    • woopdee

      You can’t really compare the food quality of the two nor the price. A Chipotle bowl or burrito contains as much food as several from Taco Bell. If you’re looking for tiny portions then Chipotle is not really a good option unless you settle for kids items.

  5. MammaK

    We just recently got a Chipotle was wondering how it compares to Qdoba???

    • woopdee

      They used to be more similar years ago, but then Qdoba changed their menu at one point. Since then I stopped going to Qdoba. I find all the items at Chipotle to taste better.

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