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Taco Bell is giving away FREE tacos every Tuesday in August

6 monthes ago   |   By The Sun


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Taco Bell is giving out free tacos every Tuesday in August

Taco Bell is giving out free tacos every Tuesday in August

6 monthes ago   |   By Metro

Taco Bell is offering up free tacos every Tuesday in August
It doesn't matter what it is, we'll always get excited about free food.
So rejoice, all those who live near one of the 45 Taco Bell restaurants in the UK - because you can pick up a free treat every Tuesday in August.
From 5 August to 26 August, all of Taco Bell's UK branches will be participating in Taco Tuesday, an offer that will provide everyone who pops in a free Crunchy Taco.
There's no other purchase necessary, so no major catch.
You do, however, have to download the Taco Bell app to redeem the offer.
The deal is also only...
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