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It's National Taco Day and Taco Bell Is Giving Away Free Tacos!

October 4 is a sacred day for taco-lovers as the world celebrates National Taco Day and of course, Taco Bell Philippines is all set for this event.


But the fun is not just a one-day taco-mania for Taco Bell PH, in fact, as early as September 27, taco-lovers can use Taco Bell's special National Taco Day Profile Picture Frame, show the picture to any Taco Bell branch on October 4 and you get a FREE taco upon purchase of ANY item at Taco Bell.

Also, there's a free taco delivery via GrabFood beginning September 30, with a minimum food purchase of P400. This free delivery promo is from September 30 to October 6, 2019.

The taco-mania doesn't stop there though. During the National Taco Day till October 6, simply buy Taco Bell signature tacos and you'll get a 4th one free!

So taco-lovers, you know the drill. Head on to your fave Taco Bell PH branch and have a sumptuous taco feast from October 4-6, 2019.


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