Taco Bell is replacing their dollar value menu with the craving value menu.
According to Business Insider, many fast food chains are deading their dollar value menu. Taco Bell recently announced plans that they will be discontinuing their dollar value menu. However, they do have plans to replace it with another menu filled with affordable eats. Their Craving Value Menu will replace the dollar menu, but you'll still be able to nab some grub for a buck.
Taco Bell might be ending their dollar value menu, but you could still get a bang for your buck at the fast-food chain. On December 27th, they'll be rolling out their new Craving Value Menu which will include many $1 items. Among the one dollar menu items are Chicken Enchilada and Three Cheese Nacho Grande Burritos as well as Spicy Potato Soft Taco, Cheesy Bean & Rice Burrito and Beefy Fritos Burrito, Triple Layer Nachos, Cheesy Roll-Up, Spicy Tostada, Shredded Chicken Mini Quesadilla, and Beefy Mini Quesadilla, among others.
Additionally, Taco Bell will also include $5 box menu items as part of the Craving Value Menu. They haven't released all the details but we're sure that will arrive closer to the launch date
"Sometimes even our most devout fans tell us that it can be hard to believe that food this good can also be this affordable. Taco Bell truly offers 'value beyond belief,' and this campaign dramatizes that," Global Brand Officer Marisa Thalberg said. "As there is a lot of talking down to consumers in this category, there is something special in our celebrating the savviness of our fans. That's how we 'zig' when everyone else 'zags'."