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Rubio's Coastal Grill Restaurant Coupon: Any Entrees EXPIRED

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Rubio's Coastal Grill [Restaurant Locator] is offering a Rubio's Coastal Grill: Buy One Entrée, Get One Entrée Free Unique Code for Free when you take a short 12 question quiz or when you follow the instructions listed below.

Thanks to community member BrianK5207 for finding this deal

Note, be sure to finish the quiz to ensure you receive your unique code at the end

Deal Instructions
  1. Click this link here
  2. Proceed to answer a short 12 question quiz from the prompt
    • Note, to ensure quality/speediness we have provided answers to the questions from the original post
      • #1 A) San Felipe
      • #2 D) All of the above
      • #3 D) A & C
      • #4 D) Machaca Burrito
      • #5 C) Puerto Nuevo and Oaxaca
      • #6 C) Salmon, Mahi Mahi, Shrimp and Pollock
      • #7 C) Chile
      • #8 B) 20 years
      • #9 D) All of the above
      • #10 A) Southern coast of Mexico
      • #11 C) World-famous lobster
      • #12 D) All of the above
  3. After finishing up the quiz, you'll receive your unique coupon code for a Buy One Entrée, Get One Entrée Free offer
    • Note, you may apply this unique coupon to your order online or in the app
  4. Proceed to order from the menu and apply the unique coupon at checkout to receive discount.

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  • Must proceed/finish the quiz in order to receive your unique coupon
  • Must apply your unique coupon code at checkout to receive your promotional offer
  • Some items may be excluded from the offer and my not be available in all locations
  • Offer valid through April 19, 2021 or while promotion last
  • Offer valid while promotion last
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Rubio's operates, licenses, or franchises more than 200 restaurants in Arizona, California, Nevada, and Utah.

Go to https://blog.rubios.com/quiz/

Unique BOGO code given on screen if you score 80% on test; don't think you have to register your email (till you place your order). Unsure if what the expiration date will be and it seems they want you to use this on online orders.

Let's make it easy on everyone, been a long pandemic, answers (believe it or not these are the correct answers) as follows:

1 A) San Felipe
2 D) All of the above - Always all the above
3 D) A & C - Always multiple entries
4 D) Machaca Burrito - Quite good but my kids lien the California burrito (Fries on the inside)
5 C) Puerto Nuevo and Oaxaca - kinda a hard one
6 C) Salmon, Mahi Mahi, Shrimp and Pollock - choice is nice
7 C) Chile - not too surprising when the US tends to have American Lobster
8 B) 20 years - long time
9 D) All of the above - Always all the above
10 A) Southern coast of Mexico - Easy geography lesson and this is for a Mexican restaurant
11 C) World-famous lobster - Lobster seemed to be the theme of the quiz
12 D) All of the above - Always all the above

Good luck - but I don't think you'll needed it

- Brian
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Got one, thanks for the cheat sheet!
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Excellent, OP! Thanks!
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Code expired 4/19. Thanks
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Some of the worst programming I have ever seen. You figure it out why. I think a ten year could write a better script.
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After looking for someone to post this on some deal site this afternoon in vain, I had to spend about 30 minutes looking up some of the more obscure answers so I feel I earned mine. If this had been a Chipotle BOGO code, it probably would've been dead/OOS in about 5 minutes.
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Some of the worst programming I have ever seen. You figure it out why. I think a ten year could write a better script.
Yes. You can enter the quiz using a generic link. The long upn code in the email is irrelevant. You can take the quiz as many times as you want so they will quickly hit the 5000 limit. If you get any wrong answers, you can go back and fix it.

The interesting thing will be if you can use the different codes in the same account. Since the codes are unique the answer is probably.

I expected stricter implementation (like requiring/tracking the email upn or restricting based on IP) considering Rubio's adopted a stricter scheme for physical coupons sent in the mail. Each of them comes with unique codes for every recipient, and if you use the physical coupon at the B&M you are blocked from using the online code or vice-versa. AFAIK, most companies (like Subway or Burger King) don't print/mail unique coupons. So this quiz is a departure from their usual strictness.
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After looking for someone to post this on some deal site this afternoon in vain, I had to spend about 30 minutes looking up some of the more obscure answers so I feel I earned mine. If this had been a Chipotle BOGO code, it probably would've been dead/OOS in about 5 minutes.

Yes. You can enter the quiz using a generic link. The long upn code in the email is irrelevant. You can take the quiz as many times as you want so they will quickly hit the 5000 limit. If you get any wrong answers, you can go back and fix it.

The interesting thing will be if you can use the different codes in the same account. Since the codes are unique the answer is probably.

I expected stricter implementation (like requiring/tracking the email upn or restricting based on IP) considering Rubio's adopted a stricter scheme for physical coupons sent in the mail. Each of them comes with unique codes for every recipient, and if you use the physical coupon at the B&M you are blocked from using the online code or vice-versa. AFAIK, most companies (like Subway or Burger King) don't print/mail unique coupons. So this quiz is a departure from their usual strictness.
That is not the programming mistake. Far worst than just taking the quiz again which itself is a programming mistake. This goes beyond that. Way to simple of a script with no checks and balances
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Thanks for posting the answers. I can't believe they make you spend time researching a bunch of questions, simply for a BOGO coupon.
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Thanks for the answers & the link.
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Pro Tip: if you get an answer wrong just reload the page. It will only reset the question your on and not the whole forum.
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That is not the programming mistake. Far worst than just taking the quiz again which itself is a programming mistake. This goes beyond that. Way to simple of a script with no checks and balances
Well, IMHO bad design also qualifies as a programming mistake. Though I used many words I was basically saying it's shocking in this day and age that Rubio's put out a coupon with so few restrictions when normally their coupons are very restricted. Once they hit 5000 and it's turned off, hopefully they won't cancel the existing codes knowing that many people got duplicates.
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Just get to the end with at least 80%... then refresh to generate new unique code...
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thanks for the cheat sheet OP. haven't had rubio's in quite awhile glad to try it again.
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good deal! thank you
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