22.4 C
New York
Thursday, July 2, 2020

Taco Bell Is Giving Out Free $5 Chalupa Boxes Today

Taco Bell is giving away free $5 Chalupa boxes on June 30th.
Continue reading on Thrillist

Courtesy of Taco Bell

Courtesy of Taco Bell

Taco Bell is the king of no strings attached. For the past few months, the company tossed us free tacos on Tuesdays just for showing our beautiful faces, and the deals don’t seem to be slowing. On Tuesday (today!), if you go to the drive-thru, you can get a free $5 Chalupa Cravings Box in exchange for nothing. 

If only first dates were as simple as Taco Bell Tuesdays, but only fast-food chain love is truly unconditional. If you already have the Taco Bell app you can order the chalupa in advance to get the deal, but folks who don’t have the app can also download it now and get the freebie on June 30. Yes, you have to create an account to get the deal.

The $5 box includes a chalupa supreme, beefy 5-Layer burrito, crunchy taco, cinnamon twists, and a medium drink. If you look at our ranking of every single Taco Bell menu item, this is a pretty fantastic deal. The Chalupa ranked No. 13 on a list of 39 items, and our beloved cinnamon twists came in at No. 5 (the beefy burrito is No. 23, but we’re all going for the cinnamon twists, anyway). 

FREE Chalupa Cravings Box on June 30th. Register on the Taco Bell app and pick up yours at participating drive-thrus.

— Taco Bell (@tacobell) June 30, 2020

This deal comes in celebration of Taco Bell’s new loyalty program, which will be part of an in-app update. The company announced Monday that Taco Bell Rewards will be available nationwide in July. Psst, if you sign up, you get a free Doritos Locos Taco.

“Exclusive experiences in our app — like a free Chalupa Cravings Box and earning points towards free food with Taco Bell Rewards — are just the start of the many digital initiatives that we plan to bring fans throughout the year,” said Taco Bell’s VP of Digital, Zipporah Allen, in a press release.

We’re hoping the next digital initiative will be the ability to order those nine beloved menu items Taco Bell unapologetically removed last year.

Sign up here for our daily Thrillist email and subscribe here for our YouTube channel to get your fix of the best in food/drink/fun.

Ruby Anderson is a News Writer at Thrillist. Send your tips to randerson@thrillist.com.
- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Jorginho willing to leave Chelsea in transfer window after being frozen out since lockdown

Jorginho is willing to leave Chelsea this summer after being frozen out following lockdown, according to reports. The Italian midfielder is yet to play a single minute since English football returned, despite the Blues taking part in four matches.

‘Come on’: Trump campaign’s new T-shirt insignia looks a lot like a Nazi symbol — and even

President Donald Trump's campaign is promoting a new shirt that features an eagle clutching a shield with the American flag and ribbon displaying his campaign. The Nazi Reichsadler is an eagle clutching a shield with a swastika. While eagles have been ...

DC mayor says Trump’s July 4th celebration goes against best health guidance

The mayor of Washington, DC, said Wednesday that she has informed the Department of Interior that the Trump administration's planned July Fourth celebration in Washington goes against health officials' guidance amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Florida Officers ‘Relieved of Duty’ After Video Shows One Hitting Woman

Florida police involved in an incident in which a woman was hit by an officer, apparently at Miami International Airport, were “relieved of duty,” the...

Recent Comments

%d bloggers like this: