Taco Bell Delivery Is Here—and It’s Free!

But there's a catch.

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Ever had a taco craving and wished that Taco Bell delivered? Well, felicidades! Your wish just came true.

Taco Bell, a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, which also owns KFC and Pizza Hut, has partnered up with online delivery service Grubhub to bring taco satisfaction directly to your door.

And the best news: For orders $12 or more, delivery is free!

How Do You Order?

You have two choices: Go to the Taco Bell delivery page and find out if Grubhub delivers in your area. You can also go straight to Grubhub to get in on the action. If delivery isn’t available in your area, never fear. You can likely get your Taco Bell fix fast by ordering on their site.

So, What’s the Catch?

Free Grubhub delivery is available for a limited time. So order your Crunchwrap Supremes, Nacho Fries and Cinnabon Delights before March 9 to get in on the deal.

How Long Has This Been Going On?

“We’ve been working towards the moment of nationwide Taco Bell delivery since we first announced our partnership with Yum! Brands last year, and we’re excited that it is now a reality,” said Seth Priebatsch, Head of Enterprise Restaurants, Grubhub, in a press release.

Testing of the Grubhub delivery service started small in a few select cities, including Indianapolis, Indiana; Omaha, Nebraska; and Louisville, Kentucky (which is where Yum! Brands is based), but has expanded to thousands of Taco Bell locations around the country.

Time will tell if the partnership will grow to even more markets. In the meantime, we’re happy to make our favorite Taco Bell copycat recipes right at home. Or, of course, get free delivery!

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