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Thursday, April 10, 2008

Taco Bell's Big Bell Box Meal


Hot on the heels of its Fiesta Platters Taco Bell now introduces the Big Bell Box Meal for the low price of $4.99. This combo meal consists of:

  • Bacon Club Chalupa
  • Crunchy Taco
  • Bean Burrito
  • Large Soda
  • Cinnamon Twists
Its official site says that it's made for men but I can imagine two women sharing it, or one very hungry one because that's a lot of food.

UPDATE (April 18, 2008):

I went and got a box for myself earlier today:



UPDATE:

Many people are wondering how many calories are in the Big Bell Box Meal. By my calculations it adds up to 1180 calories without the soda. If you get a diet soda then no calories are added. Also, you don't have to eat everything in the box. When I tried it myself I only had about half of the cinnamon twists.

UPDATE (October 2, 2008):

People are always searching for information on how much the Big Bell Box Meal costs. I have seen it for $4.99. If anybody else has seen it for a different price please leave a comment and tell us what the different price is and where you saw it. Also be aware that there are now more options for what you can get in your Big Bell Box Meal.

UPDATE (May 22, 2009):

There is now also a Volcano Box meal:

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UPDATE (October 4, 2010):


The new Box meal appears to be centered around the new Chicken Flatbread Sandwich, with the sandwich, some kind of taco (Taco Supreme?), some kind of combo burrito, cinnamon twists and a soda for $5.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Must be cheaper out there. I just paid $5.49 for it.

ChristianZ said...

I think everyone will need to see what the price is at their local Taco Bell.

Anonymous said...

Pregnant Girlfriend loves it. we got 2 for 10.54

impressive.

Anonymous said...

I just killed one for lunch. Second time I've had this since it was released. For whoever's counting calories it's only 1,550 total + whatever your drinking. Not bad.

Bubba said...

$5.99 + tax in Arizona. Our meal might be a bit different: volcano taco, burrito supreme, crunchwrap, twists, and a drink.

ChristianZ said...

Thanks for the info. I want people from all over the country chiming in when they see a different price.

Darren said...
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Darren said...

When it first came out, the meal costs $4.99 + tax. It consists of 1 Burrito Supreme, 1 Cruchwrap Supreme, 1 Volcano Taco, 1 order of Cinnamon Twists and a large drink. Thats a good deal. I went today to the same Taco Bell that I purchased the first one from and it cost $6.99 + tax. This Taco Bell is located in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. Still a good deal at the higher price, but what's up with that?

ChristianZ said...
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ChristianZ said...

Thanks for the update from the East Coast. Strange that it skyrocketed so much.

The Drunk Canuck said...

Its 7.99 in Toronto, Ontario. you get a hard taco, double decker taco, crunchwrap supreme, Nachos & Cheese, and Cinnamon Twists plus a drink.
www.thedrunkcanuck.com

ChristianZ said...

Thanks for the report from Canada.

Anonymous said...

Here in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada we get one taco (choose hard or soft) one crunchwrap supreme (choose beef or spicy chicken) one double decker taco, one cinnimon sticks, one nachos with cheese (supreme for extra 69 cents)and one regular drink (large size drink for extra 40 cents). We have 3 locations in Hamilton and it costs 3 different prices depending on which one you go to. They are $6.99, $7.19, and $7.99 all plus tax. It is a savings of about $4.50 and is about 1580 callories plus drink.

ChristianZ said...

Thanks for the in-depth info.

Ryan H said...

In Edmonton, Alberta you get a volcano taco, 2 volcano crunchwraps, nachos and cheese, cinimon twists, a regular drink and also now you get a 250ml amp energy drink all for the low price of 6.99$ plus tax

ChristianZ said...

Sounds like a great deal. Thanks for the comment.