National Taco Day: How To Celebrate If You Are From Chicago

Oct 5, 2023

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It is not the weekly Taco Tuesday, rather, it’s National Taco Day! Restaurants across the country are going to give it their all with freebies, and discounts that are hard to miss, which will make it super delicious to celebrate Wednesday, October 4.

We are here to let you know all the deals because everyone is taco-ing about it.

Restaurants To Celebrate With  

Here are some of the biggest food chains that are celebrating National Taco Day in style, and you might want to grab their special tacos before it’s gone.

El Poco Loco   

They are giving you a third taco free if you buy two tacos here. The deal is only meant for Loco Rewards members, available online in their official app and at their stores.

They are also giving an online gift card deal wherein you will get a Free Tacos al Carbon Fire-grilled Combo if you buy a $30 E-gift card.

Moe’s  

Eggo and Moe’s Southwest Grill have collaborated for a limited edition Eggo Taco. it is available from 10:30 a.m. onwards only on October 4. The stores participating are from North Jersey, Long Island, South Florida, and Atlanta.

The ingredients include bacon, adobo chicken, chipotle ranch, shredded cheese, and an Eggo waffle shell.

Taco Bell  

Taco Bell unsurprisingly makes a lot of fuss about National Taco Day, and this year they have decided to bring back their most popular taco subscription for the holiday. Visitors can buy the Taco Lover’s Pass for $10 for two days, that is, October 3 and 4.

Jack In The Box  

Their menu has brought back the Monster Taco, and it has a sidekick, too- the Angry Monster Tacos. You can order a double on the Jack App for $0.99 on National Taco Day. Monster Tacos come with double “monster-sized tacos,” and they are made with taco-sauce American cheese, and shredded lettuce. The Angry Monster Tacos are truly identical the only difference is that they are made with a red shell which is considered to be the Monster Taco’s “evil twin.”

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