Taco Bell Is Giving Out Free Tacos For A Year

Taco Bell is giving us another reason to celebrate this summer because their Taco Bell Rewards program is celebrating its first anniversary! In true TB fashion, they’ve got something super delicious in store for people who consider themselves to be superfans. So if that’s you, keep reading! Beginning July 29 […]

Taco Bell is giving us another reason to celebrate this summer because their Taco Bell Rewards program is celebrating its first anniversary! In true TB fashion, they’ve got something super delicious in store for people who consider themselves to be superfans. So if that’s you, keep reading!

Beginning July 29 (that’s tuhday!), loyal Taco Bell enthusiasts who are members of the TB Rewards program can enter to win free tacos for a year. That’s right, y’all. FREE TACOS FOR A WHOLE YEAR! And the best part about it all is that entering really is very easy.

All you have to do to enter for your chance at being one of the 100 people to win free tacos for a year is to scan the barcode at the bottom of your receipts from your visits to TB by using the app. After that, just enter the email verification code you’ll receive. Those who are randomly chosen as winners will be contacted by Taco Bell through August 18. Simple as that. Imagine not having to worry about satisfying your next T-Bell craving? And just knowing that once you finish one taco, there are so many more to come for you in the near future!? The dream, TBH!

So if you’re not a Taco Bell Rewards member yet, there’s no better time to join than now. Again, I repeat, who wouldn’t want to get free tacos for a year? I know I wouldn’t mind. Eat up, y’all!

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