Taco Bell Is Offering Delivery Now
What a time it is to be alive!
Karen from Mean Girls won’t have to get Regina George to drive her to Taco Bell anymore because the Mexican fast food chain has just announced that they’ll be offering delivery service at 200 of their locations. Partnering with DoorDash, Taco Bell is currently testing out the new system in Los Angeles and Dallas as well as the San Francisco Bay and Orange County, Calif. areas.
Those who enjoy a Crunchwrap Supreme without leaving the house can now freely do so just by punching their order into DoorDash’s app or website, which will then be submitted to a local participating Taco Bell. The customer using DoorDash will even be notified when the driver with their food is nearby.
While there is no minimum for delivery, a $3.99 flat fee will be added all orders. (For those who only speak Taco Bell, we’re talking about the cost of roughly four hard shell tacos or one XXL Grilled Stuft Beef Burrito.)
“Delivery is yet another example of how we’re using technology and innovation to respond to customers’ wants and needs, further evolving the Taco Bell experience for customers,” the company said in a statement on Wednesday (July 8, 2015). “We see a tremendous opportunity to bring the Taco Bell experience to fans where and when they want it most.”
Plans to roll out Taco Bell’s delivery service to more cities are in the works.