“Game changer” doesn't even begin to describe this.
There is now an official Chipotle delivery service for college campuses.
I'm sorry, I didn't say that correctly. What I meant to say was:
CHIPOTLE COLLEGE CAMPUS DELIVERY IS A THING NOW AND EVERYTHING IS GOOD IN THE WORLD AND NO MORE PROBLEMS EXIST AND YOU CAN GET CHIPOTLE RIGHT NOW WITHOUT LEAVING TO OUTSIDE BECAUSE GOD EXISTS AND HE IS REAL AND HE IS JUST AND GOOD!
Chipotle announced a deal with Tapingo, a new food delivery app looking to challenge GrubHub and Seamless for mobile collegiate culinary dominance, which will enable students to get bowls, salads, burritos, tacos and whatever else delivered straight from the skillets of Chipotle to their doors.
Currently, the service is only available at Louisiana State University, Northern Arizona University, University of Arizona, Arizona State University, University of Southern California and California State University Chico, though the plan is to bring Chipotle delivery to more than 40 schools in the fall.
In order to get the food, there will be a small $2.99 delivery fee with an average delivery time of 25 minutes if you have Tapingo's Club Tapingo feature.
Cosmopolitan reached out to Tapingo and asked it about this feature.
The company responded,
It's free to use Tapingo, but in some areas they are rolling out a feature called Club Tapingo. Members of Club Tapingo receive discounts on delivery fees, invitations to special events, and exclusive offers.
Chipotle has other deals with Postmates and OrderUp, but the Tapingo partnership seems to be focused primarily on college campuses.
The chief creative and development officer at Chipotle, Mark Crumpacker said,
Tapingo, which has been well received by students where its services are available, knows how to connect with these younger customers. That shared acceptance among younger customers made them a great choice for us to expand delivery aimed specifically at students.
Long story short, everyone's life just got easier, and this partnership almost makes up for guac still costing extra for some reason.