TACO Bell is giving away free tacos today across its 63 restaurants in the UK – and you don’t have to buy anything to get one.
The chain will be dishing out the free snacks up until just before midnight tonight to perk Brits up after England lost the Euros on Sunday.
You can get a free Crunchy Taco, filled with either beef or black beans, topped with cheese and lettuce in a hard tortilla shell.
However, you can’t order the chicken option, as this flavour does not fall under the deal.
A Crunchy Taco usually costs £1.29, and all you need to do is walk into your nearest branch and order one at the till to get it for free.
There’s no need to download the app to get the treat, and you don’t have to buy anything in order to get the offer.
You can sit in to eat your taco, or order it to take away – but the deal is not available via delivery.
The offer is available while stocks last, so you might not be guaranteed one for free.
But Taco Bell confirmed to The Sun that each restaurant has plenty of tacos prepared.
You can find where your nearest Taco Bell is by using the chain’s store locator tool on its website.
Taco Bell UK & Europe general manager Gino Casciani said: “We wanted to provide football fans across the UK with something to cheer this week and what better way to do that than with free tacos!
“England fans should be proud of their country and their own support, and we want to thank them the best way we know how.”
Taco Bell isn’t the only chain to have given out free food to ease the pain of Sunday’s Euro 2020 defeat.
Hungry – or hungover – Brits could bag a code for up to £10 off McDelivery orders placed through McDonald’s app yesterday if they replied to the chain’s social media team on Twitter.
And footie fans could get a fiver off their takeaway from Just Eat on Sunday by using the TopCashback website.
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