If you love tacos, then Taco Bell's monthly subscription plan is a must-get for you.

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We reported in September that Taco Bell was testing a monthly subscription plan for its app that would allow subscribers to get one free taco a day during the month.

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It's called the Taco Lover's Pass, and here's how it works:

  1. Download the Taco Bell app
  2. Sign up for the Taco Lover's Pass
  3. Order your free daily taco from the app
  4. Let the drive-thru know you ordered on your app
  5. Pick up your taco at the window and enjoy
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All the tacos included for free with your subscription:

  • Crunchy Taco
  • Crunchy Taco Supreme®
  • Soft Taco
  • Soft Taco Supreme®
  • Doritos® Locos Tacos
  • Doritos® Locos Tacos Supreme
  • Spicy Potato Soft Taco

The Taco Lover's Pass is only $10 a month and if you really love tacos, this is an absolute steal of a deal. You could potentially save between $25 - $60 a month with the plan. Individual tacos typically cost $1.39 to $2.39, so you'll have to go between three and seven times every month to break even.

This is actually a great idea from Taco Bell. If you think about it, not many people are going to stop by their local restaurant for just one taco. They're going to buy a drink with it or add on another item like a burrito. Just one taco is a huge tease.

In celebration of Taco Bell finally launching the Taco Lover's Pass, check out Erik The Electric attempt to eat the entire Taco Bell menu in one sitting:

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