dealstaco bell crunch wrap jun 12 - 18 for $0.99


This is one of my favorite menu items; good find.


@bstring87: Thanks. I wish the sale was longer than a week.

To whom it may concern - Thank you for the picture. :)


this is relevant to my interests


I experienced significant stomach pains last time they offered this deal and I indulged. YMMV.


Darn it. At first when I read the title of this, I read it as 'June 12. 18 for $0.99'; thinking that on June 12th, you could get 18 crunch wraps for $0.99.


mmmm, 35% beef in their "seasoned beef"? can't wait!



@tkking: No one has ever produced any proof that a number like that is the actual pure beef content of their "beef taco filling." It's obviously not 100%, but then, it's said that most meat is 50% water anyway.

Regardless of quality, no one is buying that $.99 crunch wrap because it's the best food available. Not every meal is a special occasion and sometimes you just need something to put in your stomach to keep from passing out from hunger.


It might very well be 50% hoofs and butt holes but it tastes good. I need a good cleaning out anyway.


Limit two per customer per visit.


Don't be dissin' my Taco Bell! That lawsuit was DROPPED by the party that brought it. Taco Bell took the opportunity to use the publicity and actually came out ahead! Now, TB is NOT Mexican food by any stretch of the imagination, but it's a great, cheap, fast food alternative. Now excuse me, I have to go eat a taco...


If you don't come out of childhood needing at least a little bit of therapy it probably wasn't a healthy one.


BTW - that lawsuit was voluntarily withdrawn by the law firm. According to their web site, they do use 100% USDA beef. No, the filling isn't 100% beef but that's because of all the other ingredients thrown's called cooking. From their site:

So here are the REAL percentages.
88% Beef and 12% Secret Recipe.

In case you're curious, here's our not-so-secret recipe.
We start with USDA-inspected quality beef (88%). Then add water to keep it juicy and moist (3%). Mix in Mexican spices and flavors, including salt, chili pepper, onion powder, tomato powder, sugar, garlic powder, and cocoa powder (4%). Combine a little oats, caramelized sugar, yeast, citric acid, and other ingredients that contribute to the flavor, moisture, consistency, and quality of our seasoned beef (5%).


@sommelierbrad: Sounds like you deserved it for telling lies...


@sommelierbrad: What color was the dry erase marker?


I feel like eating Taco Bell is like drinking the Blood of Kali in Temple of Doom. After having it once, most people just turn into zombies serving/worshiping the almighty Taco Bell.

There's definitely voodoo involved with their food...I LOVE Taco Bell.

Great deal!


@spyder69696969: That's clearly what I meant. Thank you for extrapolating that in a way in which we all seem less intelligent.


I like these, but they don't fill me up. They are 540 Calories each, so eating two or three of them isn't the smartest thing to do.


Considering this is only about 20-30% food, I think I'll pass.


@ludwigr66: Actually the last time this promo was offered, they tried to charge me something like $2.69 for each Crunchwrap. When I asked, "aren't these a buck?" the order taker explained I had to request that price to get it.

So for lunch today at the drive thru, I asked for a "ninety-nine cent crunchwrap supreme" and the response was, "what?" I do not stutter and do not have any heavy accent, so I repeated my order emulating Howard Cosell-over enunciating every syllable.

I got my order, but it hardly seems worth dealing with the fusion of asinine corporate policies and fast food worker mentalities to get the deal.


I think i'll grab one on my way to cancel my gym membership tomorrow


@brythonic: You can't buy an apple for $1? Where in the hell do you live? Apples here are like, $2.99 for a 5 lb bag with like, 12 apples in it.


Taco Bell in La Habra, California says it is an internet fraud and stupid promotion and will not sell at the advertised price. You would think with the home office in the same county they would have better communication with their stores.