Jack in the Box is handing out free tacos coupons on National Drive-Thru Day

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Yes, National Drive-Thru Day is a real thing. And yes, Jack in the Box is contributing to the festivities by offering coupons for its terrible tacos. What must people do to earn this punishment reward?

Just be customers of Jack in the Box today. And you don't even have to "like" anything on Facebook to get the free butt-bomb tacos.

Since today, July 24, is National Drive-Thru Day, Jack in the Box will be giving out "Two Free Tacos" coupons with every drive-thru order -- redeemable on future visits.

Well-played, Jack...you seek to lure customers in with free tacos don't do it it's a trap in hopes that you can then snare them with your other items, which include the fat-globule-laden sourdough steak melt, Chocolate Overload Cake and Jack's delectable pork sausage-y new Breakfast Waffle Sandwich.

The Denver area locations participating in this promotion are Aurora, Wheat Ridge, Golden, Parker, Thornton, Commerce City, Westminster, Broomfield, Longmont, Highlands Ranch, Castle Rock, Brighton and Denver.

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