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Donate to the Taco Bell Foundation: Round up your food purchase price total to the nearest dollar, Get a coupon for a free crunchy taco or medium soda. YMMV

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Today at Taco Bell they asked if I wanted to round up my total to the nearest dollar to donate. When I got my food they gave me a coupon for a free crunchy taco or medium soda to be used from 11/1/19 - 11/15/19.
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Super nice of Taco Bell to pay it forward and give a coupon. Unlike the scumbags at Panda Express and Good Will who claim it on their tax filings.
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I always tip 40%
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Super nice of Taco Bell to pay it forward and give a coupon. Unlike the scumbags at Panda Express and Good Will who claim it on their tax filings.
Yes because we should only do nice things when we expect something back in return
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Yes because we should only do nice things when we expect something back in return
We do nice things and scumbag corporations take advantage of. Panda Express and Goodwill claim our goodwill as tax deductions.
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Ohhh that's cool, thanks!

Taco Bell drool
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Yes because we should only do nice things when we expect something back in return
Absolutely not. People should give to what they believe in on their own volition, including their time, not just during that convenient time between ordering fast food and scarfing it down lol.

That said, businesses are almost always interested in their namesake, business. They support charities for tax savings and image. Their goal is making money, whatever legal ways they can (or illegally if they think they can do so without getting caught lol).

Having customers foot the bill for their positive marketing campaign and profiting tax savings from their charity? Sweet deal for them, add in into the executive bonus packages.

* I'm not a weirdo socialistic business hater either, I'm just sick of corrupt greedy corporations that treat their employees like slaves, customers like numbers, and politicians like prostitutes. Why can't companies offer quality products and services, honestly and transparently, for fair prices, and take care of their employees in the process? Sounds like a stable business model to me.
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Absolutely not. People should give to what they believe in on their own volition, including their time, not just during that convenient time between ordering fast food and scarfing it down lol.

That said, businesses are almost always interested in their namesake, business. They support charities for tax savings and image. Their goal is making money, whatever legal ways they can (or illegally if they think they can do so without getting caught lol).

Having customers foot the bill for their positive marketing campaign and profiting tax savings from their charity? Sweet deal for them, add in into the executive bonus packages.

* I'm not a weirdo socialistic business hater either, I'm just sick of corrupt greedy corporations that treat their employees like slaves, customers like numbers, and politicians like prostitutes. Why can't companies offer quality products and services, honestly and transparently, for fair prices, and take care of their employees in the process? Sounds like a stable business model to me.
Well said, Thank you!!!
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Super nice of Taco Bell to pay it forward and give a coupon. Unlike the scumbags at Panda Express and Good Will who claim it on their tax filings.
Yeah, it was a nice surprise. I have seen them do it another time before in the past. Arby's in the past have given me a coupon for a free slider when I donated to No Kid Hungry. Wasn't expecting it, but was a nice bonus.
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awesome, free metal shavings tacos for everyone...

j/k, but not j/k

https://www.delish.com/food-news/...ef-recall/
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Yeah, it was a nice surprise. I have seen them do it another time before in the past. Arby's in the past have given me a coupon for a free slider when I donated to No Kid Hungry. Wasn't expecting it, but was a nice bonus.
Grimaldis was matching $25 donations to No Kid Hungry with a $25 gift card/coupon. Not sure about terms
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I donated last week but I guess they forgot to give me a coupon. No biggie. You do seem to have a thing for Taco Bell! LOL. A few weeks ago when I donated $1 to Shake Shack for No Kid Hungry, they gave out coupons for free shakes which were $5 in value. I've always loved the food at Shake Shacks starting from the original kiosk and all the stores are involved in giving back to the community.
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