Rejoice! Free Taco Bell Is Coming Your Way

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By Cooking Panda

As you probably well know, the MLB World Series is happening now, and it’s caused quite a ruckus so far among baseball fans. But Taco Bell thinks it should bring excitement to taco fans as well.

FoodBeast reports that thanks to the World Series, Taco Bell has decided to supply everyone with a free Doritos Locos Taco if any of the players steal a base during a game. Luckily enough for us, Francisco Lindor of the Cleveland Indians has done just that! In the last game, the shortstop stole a base in the bottom of the first inning.

Hungry Doritos Locos Taco fans can go to the nearest Taco Bell and claim their free taco on Nov. 2 between 2 and 6 p.m. That’s a small gap of time, so it’s best you know now so you can plan accordingly.

Most restaurant specials are available only in the cities from which the participating teams hail. For example, Timeout Chicago reports that many of the area’s bars are offering specials such as rotating Cubs-themed sundaes by pastry chef Meg Galus at Chicago’s Cold Storage, or at Chop Chicago you can get $1 shots and 25% off your bill by showing up in your best Cubs gear.

Magnolia Bakery of Chicago is selling World Series themed “CUBcakes” for $5.25 on game days and Chicago’s Q-BBQ is selling goat sandwiches for $10.08 to break the curse of the Billy Goat.

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Likewise, Cleveland.com reports that fans who show up to the Greater Cleveland and Akron Chipotle locations in Indians gear can buy one/get one free for burritos, bowls, salads or tacos. The same deal applies in the Chicago area for Cubs fans as well.

Cleveland-based Inca Tea will be giving away free boxes of Peruvian Purple corn-infused tea the day after the World Series has ended if the Indians win it all. They’re pretty confident!

Although Taco Bell is the only restaurant (that we’ve yet heard of, anyway) promoting the World Series with special offers countrywide, no matter whose side you’re on. Thanks, Taco Bell, we appreciate you!

Sources: FoodBeast, Cleveland.com, Timeout Chicago / Photo credit: FoodBeast

Tags: Doritos Locos Tacos, taco bell, World Series
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