If you struggle to get out of bed in the morning, maybe this will help: Taco Bell is giving away free Toasted Breakfast Burritos on Thursday.
How to get a free burrito from Taco Bell on Thursday
- Taco Bell is offering customers free Toasted Breakfast Burritos on Oct. 21 from 7 to 11 a.m. local time, according to a news release from the restaurant chain.
- No purchase is required to claim the free burrito, and the deal is available in-store and via drive-thru.
- For those who tend to hit the snooze button and run late in the morning, Taco Bell also has a wake-up call. Customers can text “Wake Up” to 1-866-WAKEUP3 to receive a pre-recorded wake up-call from Taco Bell reminding them to snag their free burrito, USA Today reported.
Why is Taco Bell giving away free burritos?
- The giveaway on Thursday celebrates the nationwide return of breakfast to the Taco Bell menu, which was cut during the pandemic, according to USA Today.
- Taco Bell started serving breakfast in 2014, and expanded its breakfast menu in March 2020 — just days before the pandemic hit, CNN reported.
- Now, as restaurants and chains start to bounce back, 90% of Taco Bells nationwide are serving breakfast. The fast-food chain plans to expand breakfast to all restaurants in the future.