The Bacon Club Chalupa $5-Buck Box is back! Loaded with tons of good stuff! A Bacon Club Chalupa, Bean Burrito, Crunchy Taco, Cinnamon Twists & a Medium Soda. 5 items for just $5 Bucks – Only at Taco Bell.
Consequently, does Taco Bell still have $5 chalupa boxes?
Our Free $5 Chalupa Cravings Box offer has come and gone, but check out other Taco Bell offers and deals here.
Hereof, how much is a bacon chalupa Taco Bell?
Dec 25, 2020
The suggested price for the Bacon Club Chalupa comes out to $3.49 (versus $3.19 for a Chalupa Supreme). The Bacon Club Chalupa is also available in a combo along with two crunchy tacos and a medium fountain drink for a suggested price of $5.99. Photo via Taco Bell.
Does Taco Bell still have the bacon club chalupa?
Taco Bell® This item is not currently available. Check out the rest of our menu and find something new to love.
The item was reintroduced to the menu on July 2015, but was discontinued just a month after in August. It once more returned on December 24th, 2020, but was again discontinued on March 10, 2021.
For your five bucks, your get a Chalupa Supreme, a Burrito Supreme, a Soft Taco and Cinnamon Twists (because we all need dessert.) as well a medium fountain drink. That’s right. You get all that for just a fiver.
Taco Bell’s new Cravings Box
Starter: A Crunchy Taco, Soft Taco, Beefy 5-Layer Burrito or Bean and Cheese Burrito. Side: Chips & Nacho Cheese Sauce or Cinnamon Twists. Drink: Medium fountain drink.
Build your own Taco Bell $5 Box by combining these food items: hard taco, soft taco, bean burrito, and beef burrito (pick 2); chips and nacho cheese or regular fries; cinnamon twists or caramel apple empanada; and a 20-ounce drink.
8 — Taco Bell announced Wednesday it is launching three bacon-based menu items — a bacon cheeseburger burrito, BLT soft taco and chicken club burrito. The move comes several months after the debut of the chain’s line of low-fat low-calorie Border Lights tacos and burritos, which has failed to boost profits.
It was discontinued in 1993, but many of you might remember its return to the menu in 2000—sans the olives and in a different container. It remained a menu staple until the Taco Bell released the Smothered Burrito in 2013, returning the Enchirito to the menu mausoleum for good—supposedly.