TACO Bell is giving away free tacos every Tuesday throughout August.
The offer only applies to the crunchy taco, which would normally set you back around £1.29.
You can choose from four delicious fillings – either seasoned beef, shredded chicken, grilled chicken or black beans.
The Mexican-inspired snack is then topped with crispy lettuce and cheddar cheese.
The offer is available at all 45 Taco Bell restaurants in the UK and you don't even have to buy anything to qualify.
To claim the free food, customers will need to download the free Taco Bell app and register an account.
Which Taco Bell stores have reopened?
TACO Bell has so far reopened 37 out of its 45 UK stores for either dine-in, delivery or takeaway. These stores have reopened:
Dine-in, Delivery & Takeaway
- Doncaster – Frenchgate
- Broughton Lane
- Barnsley – Peel Street
- Manchester – Deansgate
- Poole – High Street
- London – Hammersmith
Dine-in, Drive-Thru, Delivery & Takeaway
- Northampton Cleethorpes
Delivery & Takeaway
- Glasgow – Sauchiehall Street Liverpool
- Sheffield – Devonshire Street
- London – Fulham
- London – Holborn
Drive-thru & Delivery
- Doncaster – Herten Triangle
Drive-thru, Delivery & Takeaway
Drive Thru Only
They will then need to click to redeem the offer to get a voucher, which you will need to show to a member of staff when ordering your food.
Customers can then choose to either sit inside a restaurant when they tuck in or they can opt to take it away instead.
Taco fans can get their food delivered via Deliveroo, Uber Eats or Just Eat but if you choose this option you won't be able to get the freebie.
The offer is also limited to just one per person, but you can claim one every Tuesday in August.
Remember though, you may be agreeing to a retailer sharing your details with a third party when signing up to its app, and you could end up getting loads of junk mail as a result.
Taco Bell has so far opened 37 restaurants for dine-in, delivery or takeaway orders after it temporarily closed.
It has introduced some new rules though, such as limiting the number of customers allowed in the restaurant at one time and social distancing markers around the store.
Taco Bell hasn't announced whether it will be offering half price meals under the new Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
This is where the government will pick up half the bill – up to £10 a head – if families dine-in at a restaurant, cafe or pub on Monday through to Wednesday in August.
The initiative aims to get Brits spending money again to boost the tourism and leisure industry.
Food fans will also be able to get their hands on discounted meals from today thanks to a 15 per cent VAT cut.
McDonald's has already slashed the price of a Big Mac, Happy Meal and McBreakfast.
KFC is also offering half price boneless buckets, while Wetherspoons has cut prices on meals by up to 28 per cent.
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