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Where To Get Free or Discounted Tacos on National Taco Day

On October 4, get your taco on at one of these spots.


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Forget Taco Tuesday and make a plan to indulge on Wednesday, just in time for National Taco Day.

Taco Bell

No surprise, the taco chain is going all out with limited edition gift boxes. For $5, you can feast on a Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos Taco, Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Taco, Fiery Doritos Loco Taco and a classic Crunchy Taco.

On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina

Hit this restaurant for 50-cent tacos, all day. There’s no limit to how many you can order, so prepare to go nuts. Check out their locations in Princeton, New Brunswick, Mount Laurel and Paramus.

California Tortilla

Celebrate this delicious holiday at California Tortilla, where buying one taco gets you another one for free. There is a limit of five free tacos per person, but don’t let that stop you from getting your fill. Locations can be found in Montvale, River Edge, Roxbury Mall and Sicklerville.

Margaritas

Sink your teeth into the 2-lb. Taco Gigante at Margaritas in Toms River. Anyone who orders the Taco Gigante (it’s $12.99) on National Taco Day will get a voucher for a second (and free) Taco Gigante.

Chevys

Head to Chevys in either Clifton or Linden for the No Mas Taco Challenge. The first five guests at each location to complete the challenge — finish a four-pound taco in 20 minutes or less — wins free tacos for a year (and a t-shirt).

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