Currito Rewards

Currito Rewards

By LevelUp Consulting, LLC

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2017-10-17
  • Current Version: 1.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 52.07 MB
  • Developer: LevelUp Consulting, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
2.5
From 14 Ratings

Description

The Currito app makes it easy to eat well and be happy. Order online, earn points, and get rewards! Features: – One dollar spent = one point earned – Points translate into free food, birthday rewards, and official Currito gear! – Order online for pick up, or schedule an order to be picked up when you like. – Add a credit or debit card to your account for quick check out. And let us know your suggestions, your feelings, and your tips for app improvements at currito.com/contact!

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Reviews

  • Orders do not go through

    1
    By MSRM9
    The app is very defective, don’t waste your time downloading. Three times my online order was not sent to the location. So, when I walk in, I have to prove that I actually did buy an online order and wait with the line to get my order made. The employees all have said a lot of people have had issues, and it’ll be fixed soon. But... here we are, months later. Currito has better food than chipotle, but this hasn’t happened with them.. just sayin’.
  • They will auto reload charge you without consent

    1
    By laineispissedoff
    DO NOT BUY OR USE THIS APP.
  • Rewards program not worth it anymore

    2
    By Jhomathy
    Increased prices+new app have steered me away. Now, if you get the “gold reward” after purchasing about 13 build your own burritos, you reach the reward of essentially paying the price of your main competitor’s burrito. Used to have the option to load money to the app and earn double points..not anymore. With the great competition you guys have, your rewards program, food quality and taste was an edge that set you apart. Due to these recent changes, I’ll be less inclined to walk 20 minutes out of my way for a Currito burrito like I used to.

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