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Cheap tacos -- if the Nuggets win big

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Last year, Adam Cayton-Holland checked out Taco Bell's deal offering four tacos for a buck from 4-6 p.m. the day after the Colorado Rockies scored seven runs. By carefully mapping out his course, he managed to secure 28 tacos -- and a severe case of heartburn.

Now Taco Bell is advertising another deal: If the Nuggets score 103 points in a game, you can get three tacos for a buck. But only from 3-5 p.m. the day after that game, and only if you buy a drink. Is this really a deal? See what Cayton-Holland has to say here.

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