Are you ready for National Taco Day on Oct. 4? Forget about cooking dinner that day. Heck, so many restaurants plan to celebrate the big day that you could easily do breakfast, lunch and dinner for next to nothing! So, circle the day on your calendar and check out these 6 places to find delicious deals for National Taco Day! Some places plan to offer deals through October, so check your local franchise for all the details.
1. Taco Bell
Celebrate National Taco Day in style at Taco Bell with a taco day gift set for only $5. This collection includes four classic tacos: a crunchy taco, a Nacho Cheese Doritos Loco taco, a Cool Ranch Doritos Locos taco and a fiery Doritos Locos taco. Yum!
2. Del Taco
The popular taco eatery has a a few good deals during October, including:
- Buy two carnitas for $5 through Oct. 7
- Get a free queso chicken roller with a $5
- Receive two free grilled chicken tacos when you join Del Taco’s eClub
The national Tex-Mex restaurant chain will celebrate National Taco Day on Oct. 4 with $1 off Mexican beer and $1 crispy beef tacos.
4. On the Border
Head into On the Border on Oct. 4 and get 50-cent crispy tacos all day! Get your fill of beef, chicken tinga or veggie tacos. No coupon is required for the discount
5. Beef O’Brady’s
Every Tuesday is Taco Tuesday at Beef O’Brady’s. Guests get can get two chicken, steak or fish tacos along with chips and salsa for just $5.99.
Customers can use this $1 off coupon when they buy TacoTime’s street tacos. The coupon is valid from Sept. 30 through Oct. 18.
Time for taco trivia
Tacos have grown into a full-blown obsession for millions of Americans. There wouldn’t be a National Taco Day if we didn’t love them, right? But, just how much has the taco taken over culinary culture? Offers.com conducted a survey about our taco-eating habits.
Most popular taco?
American’s favorite taco, hands down, is the beef taco. Survey responders preferred beef tacos over chicken by 2-to-1 margin.
How often do we eat tacos?
Nearly 1-in-5 survey responders answered they eat tacos at least once a week, according to the survey. On the flip side, nearly one-quarter of people said they only eat them a few times a year. How is that possible?
No matter what type of taco you like, make sure to get out there on Oct. 4 and have a little fiesta in celebration of Mexican food favorite!
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