Taco Bell offer Ultimate GameDay box to enjoy the big games

Taco Bell - Ultimate GameDay box

Taco Bell is shaking things up and taking game day eats to the next level with the Ultimate GameDay Box! Available at participating locations nationwide starting January 26 through February 9, this box is the perfect solution for any party, whether you’re watching the game intensely or just there for the food and socializing.

The Ultimate GameDay Box is packed with all the game day favorites, starting with the saucy Mexican Pizza, a new spin on the traditional pizza. The pizza is topped with seasoned beef, creamy nacho cheese sauce, and a three-cheese blend, all on a crispy crust. You might recall Taco Bell brought back the pizza due to massive fan requests in 2022.

Next up are the Crispy Chicken Wings, a fan-favorite that’s back by popular demand. These wings are coated in Mexican Queso seasoning, crisped to perfection, and pairs perfectly with your favorite game day dipping sauce. And last but not least, the Crunchy Tacos, Taco Bell’s signature dish, made with seasoned beef, lettuce and cheddar cheese, all wrapped in a crunchy taco shell.

Meant to be shared, the Ultimate GameDay Box includes one Mexican Pizza, four Crunchy Tacos and eight Crispy Chicken Wings alongside two Spicy Ranch dipping sauces. And the best part? You don’t even need to leave your house to enjoy this box when you get it delivered through the Taco Bell app.

The Ultimate GameDay Box is available in-restaurant, in the Taco Bell app for order ahead and delivery. Taco Bell write that the Ultimate GameDay Box will be priced $22 with Crispy Chicken Wings a la carte for $6.99.

Image credit, Taco Bell.

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