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Microsoft and Taco Bell are teaming up again to both fill hungry tummies and satiate a need for gaming. Starting on Thursday, October 17, Taco Bell patrons who order a $5 Double Chalupa Box will have a chance to win an Xbox One X Eclipse console, Xbox Elite Series 2 wireless controller, and a six-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership. The promotion runs until November 23. It's claimed the tantalizing prize bundle will be given away every 10 minutes on average, which adds up to a bazillion consoles (or something like that—math was never my strong suit). This is far from the first time Microsoft and Taco Bell have collaborated on a giveaway (Taco Bell has also partnered with Sony for a... Read more...
Sony is all about special edition PlayStation 4 consoles these days, though its latest 'OMG that's so friggin' cool, I want one!' PS4 can't be bought (not right away, anyway -- we're sure they'll pop up on eBay in due time). Instead, you can enter for a chance to win a "Limited Edition Gold PlayStation 4 Bundle" by stuffing your face at Taco Bell.The official rules are a little more detailed than that. To be more specific, starting September 24, 2015, each time you visit Taco Bell and purchase a Big Box meal -- any Big Box meal, it doesn't matter which one -- you'll receive a one-of-a-kind code while supplies last. That's it, you're entered to win.Sony plans to give away 6,000 gold PS4 bundles,... Read more...
WiFi and fast food seem to go together like a greasy entree washed down with a Coke. Taco Bell is the latest to promise its patrons free WiFi in all of its U.S. restaurants -- that's 5,600 locations. And, if that weren't reason enough to linger in those lovely plastic chairs over a plate of Chalupas, Taco Bell is also throwing in a free side of TV, too. Granted, Taco Bell is a little late to the scene with free WiFi. McDonald's, Starbucks and most Burger King locations have had free WiFi for years. As for TV, the same system that Taco Bell will be installing is already in place at McDonalds, Wendy's, Arby's, Carls Jr., Denny's, Hardees and KFC, to name a few. A company named indoorDIRECT will... Read more...