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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 Thursday, just in time for National Taco Day.

Taco Bell

No surprise, the taco chain is going all out again this year with National Taco Day Gift Sets. 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. You can even hook your friends up with a digital voucher. In addition, Taco Bell is celebrating around the world in 20+ countries including China, Peru, Romania and the Netherlands. International specials vary by location.

On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina

For $8.99, you can chow down all day long on endless tacos. Whether you're going ham on beef or chicken, these babies pair best with a margarita. Locations include Paramus, New Brunswick, Woodland Park and Princeton.

Tito's Burritos

Savor a BOGO deal on all tacos besides The Fat Amy at this local fave. All locations (Boonton, Morristown, Ridgewood, South Orange and Summit) are participating.


Sink your teeth into the two-pound. Taco Gigante at Margaritas in Toms River or Wayne. This puppy's stacked with chicken, beef, pork carnitas, bacon, cheese, beans, rice and all the fixins. Finish it in one sitting ($12.99/each) and you'll win free tacos for a whole year. Can't make it on the 4th? This behemoth will be around for all of October. 

Chevys Fresh Mex

Head to either Clifton or Linden for the $14 all-you-can-eat tacos all day. Go for chicken, beef, veg or carnitas tacos. Go before October 16 to indulge in Guactoberfest (aka $5 house guac bowls).

Bubbakoo's Burritos

It's a day-long affair at this unique spot thanks to $1 tacos. Choose from beef, chicken, pork or veggie. Dine-in only, limit 5 per person. Locations include Howell, Somerville, Jackson, Manasquan, Freehold and Shrewsbury (many more shore locales).

California Tortilla

Celebrate this delicious holiday with BOGO tacos. There is a limit of five free tacos per person (that's 10 total), but don’t let that stop you from getting your fill. Locations can be found in Sicklerville (Garwood to come!).


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