Appleosophy Deals: Taco Bell Offering Free Zero Sugar​ Mountain Dew Baja Blast

We usually do not report on stories like this, but it is currently a slow news day and that since spring is here with summer just around the corner, we think that this offer will excite our readers.

Taco Bell is currently offering a promotion where if you buy anything from the company’s app or website, you will be able to get a free small cup of Zero Sugar Mountain Dew Baja Blast.

You may only get one per-purchase and this is not available with any sort of deliveries, meaning that this will not work with the company’s new delivery partnership with GrubHub.

However, to make this better, when ordering through the Taco Bell app to get this item, you will be able to pay with Apple Pay at the checkout. From there, you must go to the Taco Bell that you ordered from and get the one item that you ordered, and then get your free Zero Sugar Mountain Dew Baja Blast.

Also, you must subscribe to their email newsletter because this is applied by a coupon and the only way to get the coupon is to subscribe to their email newsletter, which can be done on their website.

This promotion will be going between now and April 12, 2019, and will expire on that date at 2:59 a.m. ET. Look below to get the full terms and conditions of this promotion.

Purchase required. Eligible for one small Mountain Dew Baja Blast Zero drink only. Total discount capped at $10. Available at participating locations for web and app pay ahead orders only, pickup orders only at all participating U.S. Taco Bell locations for a limited time, while supplies last. Not available with a delivery order. Must register as a user on in order to redeem. Check your local Taco Bell store for availability. Offer redeemable once per day per user. May not be redeemed with other offers. Void if copied, transferred, reproduced and where prohibited or restricted. Cash redemption value 1/20 cent. Subject to availability; no substitutions. Tax extra. Offers may vary. Internet distribution strictly prohibited.
David Becker
Author: David Becker

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