Taco Bell Is Giving 11 People $10,000, Their Version of Free Food for Life
If there's one thing most Americans can agree on, it's that the pseudo-Mexican food they sell at Taco Bell is irresistibly delicious and cheap. Well, one of those things, at least. If you've ever lived within a mile of one, you know.
Now there's a chance you'll be able to eat it every day... until you eventually die from a massive heart attack.
To promote their new dollar menu, Taco Bell is holding a contest where you can win $10,000, their version of free food for life. For 11 days in a row, 11 Taco Bells in different cities will be handing out a regular $1 bill as change.
Then they're posting the serial number for that dollar bill online. If you find it, you win a $10,000 gift certificate. That's what they're calling a "lifetime supply" based on what the average customer spends, which breaks down to about $216 a year for 46 years.
They started in Los Angeles yesterday, and posted a video with the first serial number on the website EverlastingDollars.com. They haven't announced all the other cities yet. You just have to check that website each day.