Buy A Taco Bell Double Chalupa Box And You Could Win An Xbox One Bundle
Taco Bell is giving out freebies left and right. Just as the fast food chain's "Steal a Base, Steal a Taco" promo starts back up, the Bell announced its newest collaboration with Xbox, which involves plenty of (nearly free) Xbox One bundles being sent out to customers.
The deal is similar to last year's, but with slightly different stakes. When you purchase a Double Chalupa Box-as a reminder, those come with A LOT of food: a Double Chalupa or Spicy Double Chalupa, a Crunchy Taco, Cinnamon Twists and a Medium soda-there will be a code on the box. Text the code to 72823, or enter it online, and you'll immediately find out if you're a winner.
With bundles being awarded on average every 10 minutes from October 17 through November 23, there are dozens of chances to win. (You can also get a code without buying a box by mailing in a request for code; after November 8, codes will be distributed online here.) Those who do win will receive a package on their doorstep in as little as 48 hours.
What do you get with said bundle? An Xbox One X Eclipse Limited Edition console that plays Taco Bell's iconic ring when you turn it on, the brand-new Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2, and a six-month Game Pass Ultimate membership. Casual.
For those who don't win a full console, there are more ways to play. If you already own an Xbox, you can redeem as many as two 2-week Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriptions by ordering a Double Chalupa box online or through the Taco Bell app for in-store pickup. And if you already have a Gold or Game Pass membership, it'll be upgraded to an Ultimate membership during your free trials.
All in all, if you're a baseball or a video game fan, it's a good week to eat at Taco Bell-though you may have to order your Chalupas without seasoned beef.
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