Weeks after National Taco Day, Taco Bell has another freebie.
This time, participating restaurants nationwide are giving away free Toasted Breakfast Burritos Thursday from 7 to 11 a.m. local time, while supplies last. A purchase is not needed to get the free burrito in restaurants or at the drive-thru.
Taco Bell said the offer is to celebrate the nationwide return of breakfast, which was temporarily cut amid the coronavirus pandemic. Other restaurants also trimmed menus and hours during the pandemic.
The fast-food chain confirmed to USA TODAY that 90% of restaurants nationwide are serving breakfast and plans to expand to all restaurants in the future.
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The chain has created a bedtime story titled, “Sleep Tight, Get That Bite: A Taco Bell Bedtime Story for Adults” to encourage fans to “get some sleep so they can wake rested and ready for burritos.”
Taco Bell’s Toasted Breakfast Burritos lineup includes the Cheesy Toasted Breakfast Burrito, Hash Brown Toasted Breakfast Burrito and Grande Toasted Breakfast Burrito.
Taco Bell then is offering a "Wake Up Call" to remind consumers of the Oct. 21 free breakfast. Text “Wake Up” to 1-866-WAKEUP3 to sign up to receive a pre-recorded wake-up call with a reminder about the free toasted breakfast burrito giveaway.
To find Taco Bell restaurants serving breakfast, use the store locator.
World Series freebie: 'Steal a Base, Steal a Taco'
Taco Bell’s “Steal a Base, Steal a Taco” World Series' promotion is coming back for the 10th year.
Once the first base is stolen in the World Series, Taco Bell said it “will celebrate America’s Taco Hero and give away a free Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos Tacos for everyone in America, while supplies last, on a specified date that will be unveiled at a later time.”
According to MLB.com, the World Series is scheduled to begin Oct. 26.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Taco Bell free breakfast burrito: How to get a freebie Thursday