Taco Bell and Grubhub are back once again making taco dreams come true with free delivery on fans’ first qualifying Taco Bell order of $12 or more* for a limited time via Grubhub. Whether it’s for movie marathons, game nights, football watch parties or a straight up craving for tacos, fans can have Taco Bell delivered straight to their doors for any occasion, any day of the week.
While first time orderers can cash in on this free delivery offer to discover their menu favorites, veterans to Taco Bell delivery via Grubhub have made it clear which item they crave at home. According to data from Grubhub sales, Taco Bell Party Packs are 3x more likely to be ordered via delivery than in restaurants, proving that Taco Bell delivery is a solid choice for any occasion. Further, ordering behavior shows that the most popular day of the week to have Taco Bell delivered is Sunday, while the most frequent time for fans to get tacos brought to their door is for dinner time (even though everyone knows that tacos are perfect all day, every day).
“Taco Bell delivery makes it even easier for fans to get together and enjoy delicious and craveable food for all of life’s many occasions, big and small,” said Taylor Montgomery, Senior Director of Brand Marketing at Taco Bell. “Fans nationwide have loved using our expanded Grubhub delivery access to get Taco Bell delivered, and we’re looking forward to turning more driveways into drive-thrus with our latest free delivery offering.”
Having expanded their delivery availability in February, Taco Bell and Grubhub are primed to deliver to fans from thousands of Taco Bell restaurants across the country. Not only were more Grubhub drivers brought to more areas with Taco Bell restaurants, but the delivery process was also enhanced with the integration of many of Taco Bell’s point-of-sale systems directly into Grubhub’s platform. With Grubhub’s “Just in Time” technology, food pickup is timed to when an order is ready, so that that it arrives to consumers’ doorsteps hot, fresh and ready to be shared.
Whether it’s a solo self-care Sunday night-in or a full blown party, Taco Bell delivery via Grubhub has everything fans need to enjoy craveable Taco Bell favorites at home, including customizable Taco Bell Party Packs. From soft tacos to crunchy tacos, seasoned beef to black beans, classic to supreme-style, Taco Bell Party Packs are the perfect way to satisfy cravings for the whole group. Fans can choose from five different Taco Bell Party Packs (Taco, Supreme Taco, Variety, Supreme Variety and Grande Meal) which can include Crunchy Tacos, Soft Tacos, Crunchy and/or Soft Tacos Supreme, Doritos® Locos Tacos, Doritos® Locos Tacos Supreme and even Bean Burritos. Be sure to visit TacoBell.com or the Grubhub app for Party Packs items and pricing, which vary (tax extra).
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*Free delivery available at participating U.S. Taco Bell® locations for users who place their first Taco Bell® order of $12 or more (before tax, tip, and fees) at grubhub.com or using the Grubhub app for a limited time only. Service fee will apply. Cannot be combined with most discounts or offers.
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