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Thanks to the Rockies' runs, Taco Bell is turning our four tacos for a dollar

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Yesterday, Jack in the Box was giving away two free tacos with no strings attached; today, Taco Hell Bell is giving away four tacos for one buck, with the attached string being that you've got to purchase a drink (the cheapest one is $1.72, including tax, at the Taco Bell on the 16th Street Mall) and time your arrival between 4 and 6 p.m., which isn't terribly convenient, but who am I to complain?

All Colorado Taco Bells are offering this deal the day after the Colorado Rockies score seven or more runs, which they did last night against the Philadelphia Phillies, in an eight to three win.

So there you go, now you know. For our account of an earlier attempt to take advantage of a Taco Bell/Rockies deal, click here.



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