Taco Bell Is Handing Out Free Bean Burritos—Here’s How You Can Get One

Who's going to say no to free Taco Bell?!

If you’ve ever experienced the midnight rumblies, you’ve probably been to Taco Bell. The Mexican-inspired fast food giant is known for great deals on good food. (Does anyone remember the ridiculous popularity of nacho fries?) If a handful of fresh menu items didn’t already have us excited for a trip through the drive-thru, this news has done the job.

Taco Bell is handing out free bean burritos right now, and this deal couldn’t get any tastier. Here’s how to score yourself some free Taco Bell!

It’s the Perfect Anytime Pick-Me-Up

Our mouths are already watering at the thought of free Taco Bell, but if you’re not convinced just yet, here’s what you can look forward to. All the bean burrito ingredients are laid out on a flour tortilla and topped with your flavor favorites like refried beans, onions and Taco Bell’s famous red sauce. If that wasn’t enough, the whole thing is stuffed with shredded cheddar cheese and wrapped up for easy on-the-go munching.

There is a catch to this offer we should tell you about, though. You’re only eligible for a free bean burrito with the purchase of $5 through an online delivery service (like Grubhub) or with the Taco Bell app when ordering for pick-up. It’s a pretty small drawback when it comes to free food, and we won’t argue over getting a little extra with our chalupa box order.

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It’s a Limited-Time Offer, Though

Can’t resist the Bell? Neither can we, but if you want to snag a free Taco Bell bean burrito, you’ll have to move fast. The offer is only available through October 17.  If you’re a regular Taco Bell consumer, you should have no problem scoring yourself one of these guys. Just make sure you don’t let them forget they owe you a burrito.

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Laurie Dixon
Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.