Taco Bell Fans Go Loco for New Feature: Delivery

For a limited time, you can even get your grub for free if you order more than $12 worth
By Jenn Gidman,  Newser Staff
Posted Feb 8, 2019 10:31 AM CST
Taco Bell Fans Go Loco for New Feature: Delivery
This photo taken Aug. 3, 2017, shows a Taco Bell sign at a restaurant in Hialeah, Fla.   (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

You no longer have to run for the border—the border will now come to you. Taco Bell announced Thursday that it has started offering delivery across the US, with orders able to be placed either directly on its website or via Grubhub, Business Insider reports. If you have enough appetite to order more than $12 worth of tacos, burritos, and Meximelts, that drop-off will be free, though only for a limited time. Delish notes that the partnership between the fast-food giant and Grubhub was announced a year ago, and Grubhub exec Seth Priebatsch notes "we've been working towards the moment of nationwide Taco Bell delivery since." Folks seem stoked. "Is 10am too early to Grubhub Taco Bell to my house," one devotee asks. (Read more Taco Bell stories.)

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