Taco Bell launches 30-day taco subscription, but only in these locations

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Taco Bell is giving fans an excuse to eat tacos every day. 

The fast food chain – which is owned by Yum! Brands – recently launched a monthly subscription service called the "Taco Lover’s Pass," which gives subscribers one taco a day for 30 days. 

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Subscribers can choose one of seven options including a Crunchy Taco, a Crunchy Taco Supreme, a Soft Taco, a Soft Taco Supreme, a Doritos Locos Tacos, a Doritos Locos Tacos Supreme or a Spicy Potato Soft Taco.

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However, the new subscription is only available at 17 Taco Bell locations in Tucson, Arizona, until Nov. 24, according to the website. 

Taco Bell recently launched a monthly subscription service called the “Taco Lover’s Pass,” which gives subscribers one taco a day for 30 days. (iStock)

The "Taco Lover’s Pass" will cost between $5 and $10 depending on location, Thrillist reported.

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According to the fine print on Taco Bell’s website, the "Taco Lover’s Pass" redemptions are only available on the Taco Bell app for in-restaurant pickup. 

Subscribers will also have to pay for most ingredient swaps.  

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News of the subscription service comes soon after Taco Bell announced that it will collect sauce packets nationwide, in partnership with TerraCycle.

The program is a way to divert sauce packets from going to landfills, according to a press release.

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