Taco Bell now has a subscription that lets you pay a fixed monthly price to dine on its offerings for a month. Now, before you start raving over the idea on Twitter and furiously type a long Reddit post, hear me out. you pay right now Enjoy one taco a day for $10 and up to 30 days in a row. The subscription service even has a pleasantly apt name – Taco Lover’s Pass.
Here’s a basic fast-food calculus model to explain the whole idea. A Crunchy Taco Supreme costs $2.19. If you pay a handsome $10 for the Taco Lover Pass, you get to eat about $65 worth of tacos. Simply put, you’ll save about $55 per month, as well as pumping 190 calories into your body each day. “What a supreme deal,” says Press release, However, some people on Twitter had a different opinion.
Taco Bell now has one membership card good for one taco a day for 30 days. That’s great marketing. Anyone with that membership could not possibly have lived for 30 days.
— Larry the Cable Guy (@GitRDoneLarry) September 15, 2021
The menu is somewhat limited, though. You can only choose from seven of the brand’s “most iconic” tacos, all of which are clearly illustrated and listed in the image below. As for the name, well, it looks like Taco Bell’s partnership with Microsoft was an inspiration. Microsoft Sells Xbox Game Pass, Taco Bill Is Serving You Taco Lovers Passes.
what’s the catch?
Can be purchased from Taco Lover’s Pass Taco Bell’s mobile app, And before you start planning, no, it cannot be combined with other offers. Membership is non-transferable, non-refundable, and has no cash value. And it’s an in-restaurant-only deal.
Simply put, you need to go to a nearby Taco Bell outlet and proudly brand your phone to show the staff that you are a Taco Lover’s close customer to enjoy a free taco in peace. . How much gas money you burn while driving to your local Taco Bell isn’t a concern of the restaurant chain, obviously.
And then comes the all-important question of human hunger. If your appetite can be satiated with a taco, this is a great deal. But if eating a regular taco only sets your stomach on fire, like a chalupa, you’ll have to pay extra. In that scenario, the Taco Lover Pass is reduced to just one more subscription, and Taco Bell gets rich at your expense.
absolutely no eureka moment
Taco Bell’s “Netflix for Tacos” service is not a new idea. Pret’s offers several tiers of its tea and coffee subscription service. Panera will also give you unlimited iced/hot coffee and tea drinks for $9 per month, and a similar product is available at BJ’s Beer Club.