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Colorado - Taco Bell: 4 tacos for $1 if the Rockies score 7 runs in a game!
Some of you may recall the free taco w/a stolen base by a Colorado Rocky last season well it's back and this time it's better IMO.
Taco Bell has teamed up with the Colorado Rockies to offer four tacos for only a buck if the Rockies score 7 runs in a single game and go on to win the game. The day after the Rockies score 7 or more runs in a game just go to one of the participating Taco Bells in Colorado between 4:00-6:00pm and pay a buck for four tacos!
Denver Post article found here that confirms offer.
(Edit: since it appears that most all Colorado Taco Bell locations are participating I'll just keep a 'not participating list' since it should be pretty short)
Please post Taco Bells that are NOT participating and I will post a list of City and location here:
No List (Colorado only):
Rockies beat Dbacks 13 to 5 so 4/14 the deal is on!
Last edited by OstrichSak; 04-14-2008 at 04:26 PM..
You do realize it was in Game 2 of the WS right? - Stolen base by Jacoby Ellsbury of the Boston Red Sox!
Not the Rockies.
I don't care about baseball... I care about free tacos.
Hardly a slick deal since it is limited to a select area only - and wow you save like .20 cents. - wow slick deal.
Why don't you thread crap someplace else. For starters, '.20 cents' is two pennies. This deal saves you more than two cents. If you meant 20 cents (which I assume) then you're still incorrect. Crispy tacos are $0.79 each. This makes it $3.16 for four of them. As you can see $0.99 for four would be almost 70% off the normal price. I would say that qualifies for being a SlickDeal and would consider just about anything that's 70% off normal price a SlickDeal. Not every SlickDeal is going to save you hundreds or thousands of dollars but that doesn't make them any less Slick.
I've been on here for years and lots of times slick deals are area specific for the larger markets which is just how things are. So this is a deal for Colorado, that doesn't make it any less of a SlickDeal for those of us who qualify. I don't spend my time going to EVERY thread telling them that it's crap because I'm not able to get it but for some reason you have. Why?
For starters, '.20 cents' is two pennies. This deal saves you more than two cents. If you meant 20 cents (which I assume) then you're still incorrect.
Was it 2nd or 3rd grade that you stopped taking math in school? You need a review of the decimal system buddy. '.02' would be two pennies, unless you learned a different form of math than everyone else in the world ever.
On another note, the Rockies were a fluke last year and they won't score more than 6 runs in a game this year anyways, so this is a good bet for Taco Bell. Anyone who eats their disease ridden food will just have to pay full price in Colorado i guess.
What the heck? This is a deal about 4 tacos for $1. It is not a place to thread crap a baseball team. I don't really care for baseball much, but I do live in Denver and I appreciate the head's up. I also expect to see plenty of games where the Rockies score enough to get this deal. Thanks OP.
[QUOTE=Carey015;10923397]Was it 2nd or 3rd grade that you stopped taking math in school? You need a review of the decimal system buddy. '.02' would be two pennies, unless you learned a different form of math than everyone else in the world ever.
I do have to respond to this one...not that I care about the Rockies or the Tacos, but when he stated .20 cents it is correct that that amount is 1/5 of a penny because they put the decimal point there. $.20 is twenty cents but $.20 cents is 1/5 of a penny - in other words you don't need both the decimal point and the word cents.
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