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Taco Bell Value Menu


The lowest Taco Bell menu prices you will notice is on their value menu.Taco Bell has always been an industry leader in the affordability of its food. It is no surprise then that the Taco Bell value menu, known as the Why Pay More Menu, is the best value menu in the fast food industry. Unlike most of its competitor’s value menus, the Taco Bell value menu not only offers a variety of low priced single item menu choices, but also has four Why Pay More Menu combos to help out the budget conscious consumer.

 

Menu Offerings

 

Taco Bell value menu choices start out at $0.89 and no single menu item is priced higher than $1.59. Here is the complete breakdown of individual item offerings and their prices. Actual Taco Bell menu prices may vary by location:

 

Cinnamon Twists                    $0.89               Cheesy Nachos                       $0.99

Cheese Roll-up                        $0.99               Crispy Potato  Soft Taco        $0.99

Soft Taco                                $1.09               Beefy 5-Layer Burrito                        $1.59

Crunchy Taco                          $0.99               Bean Burrito                           $1.09

Caramel Apple Empanada      $1.19

 

Only one of the above items, the Beefy 5-Layer Burrito, is found in any of the Taco Bell value meal combos. Unlike some value menus, the Why Pay More Menu is simple to navigate and offers a good balance of side items, such as cinnamon twists, and entrée items such as tacos and burritos.

 

Combos

 

The four Taco Bell value menu combos are differentiated from the regular menu combos by being branded as deals. Here is a listing of each of the deals and their price:

 

Deal #1

$2.00

 

Chicken Burrito

Nacho Cheese Doritos

Medium Soft Drink

 

Deal #2

$2.00

 

Double Decker Taco

Nacho Cheese Doritos

Medium Soft Drink

 

Deal #3

$2.00

 

Gordita Supreme

Nacho Cheese Doritos

Medium Soft Drink

 

Deal #4

$2.00

 

Beefy 5-Layer Burrito

Nacho Cheese Doritos

Medium Soft Drink

 

By pricing three meal combos for the same basic price as many individual menu items found on the value menus of other competitors, Taco Bell is serving notice it will not be under priced in the competitive world of fast food bargains.

 

 

Other Cheap Offerings

 

One of the notable things about the Taco Bell value menu is the number of low cost menu items not features as part of the Why Pay More Menu. Here is a listing of other low priced menu items not found listed on the value menu:

 

Tostada                                   $1.29                           Churro                         $0.99

Browine Sandwich                 $1.29                           Crunchy Taco              $1.39

Supreme

All varieties of Doritos           $1.39

Locos Tacos

 

In recent months Taco Bell has further staked its claim to value menu dominance by testing out a $1 Cravings Menu on certain markets. If it proves as popular and profitable as past Taco Bell value menu remakes, it will likely soon be rolled out nationwide. This is likely aimed mostly at McDonalds, which has enjoyed great success with its $1 Value Menu, and is the first major fast food player to have any success challenging Taco Bell in the ultimate value menu space. Whatever the Taco Bell value menu is branded is, it is sure to offer great good at cheap prices. The $1 Cravings Menu seems like a natural evolution for the Taco Bell value menu.


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Taco Bell Secret Menu


Nothing shows your fast food dominance like striding up to the counter and confidently ordering something not on the menu and having the employee behind the cash register know exactly what you are talking about. Taco Bell has its own unique hidden menu items. There’s no need to try and bribe an employee to give you a list of all the secret menu items next time you are at the drive-thru window, we have you covered right here. Remember, not all items will be available in all locations. Taco Bell menu prices will vary.

 

Cheesarito

 

This long since discontinued menu item can still be ordered since all the need ingredients are still on hand at all Taco Bell locations. What is a chessarito? It’s a delicious mix of melted cheeses, scallions, and taco sauce rolled in a small tortilla.

 

Cheesy Gordita Crunch

 

While still on the menu in some locations, for most of us this other discontinued menu item can only still be ordered by those in the know. In case you have already forgotten, the Cheesy Gordita Crunch is a hard-shelled taco inside a gordita with a layer of melted cheese between the shell and the gordita.

 

Chile Cheese Burrito

 

Like a burrito, only better. This item is also widely available. It is a gooey delight of chili cheese sauce, beans, and lots of cheese. Did we say lots of cheese?

 

Enchirito

 

Some customers trying to order this blast from the past have occasionally been told its been discontinued, but since all the ingredients should still be in every restaurant, with a little explaining you should be able treat your taste buds on this enchilada stuffed with beef, beans, and cheese, topped with diced onions and smothered in red sauce.

 

“Lava” anything

 

Remember the Lava Taco? Many Lava items have been discontinued. But, if you want to spice up anything on the Taco Bell menu, just ask for the Lava version. Sometimes it is also called “Lava Style”. You had better love hot, urban legend has it that this secret menu item can help spur on labor in pregnant women.

 

The Superman

 

The Superman is one of the best Taco Bell secret menu items ever, this one may take a little explaining to get. The Superman is a super burrito. It starts with a Cheesy Double Beef Burrito and then bulked up with extra potatoes, sour cream, guacamole, crispy tortilla chips. Make sure you bring you super appetite before ordering this one.

 

Double Grilled Quesadilla

 

This is exactly what it sounds like. Available as an option for any quesadilla, the Double Grilled Quesadilla is cooked twice as long. The result is crispy perfection.

 

“Spicy Green” anything

 

This is not available everywhere. Using the “old” Taco Bell green sauce, the spice goodness that was sold before “Verde” came along. Just ask for your favorite item “Spicy Green Style” and enjoy a unique taste enhancement that goes with everything.

 

The Hulk

 

This Taco Bell secret menu item sometimes gets confused with its big brother, the Incredible Hulk, so when ordering make sure you and the cashier are on the same page. The Hulk is a bean and cheese burrito loaded with guacamole. We mean loaded.

 

The Incredible Hulk

 

A bigger and badder version of the Hulk. This is a 5-layer burrito with guacamole substituted for nacho cheese sauce. It’s like a smash of flavor for your mouth. It tends to be a little messy too.

Since not all of these items can be offered at each location, Taco Bell menu prices for these items may vary.

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