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Taco Bell Rolls Out Its Biggest Nacho Menu Item Ever

Game day has never been so cheesy.

Heads up: the NFL playoffs kick-off on Saturday, January 4th, 2020. And as the teams compete for a prized spot in the biggest game of the year, you'll need some epic snacks to get you through six suspenseful weekends of football. Is there any better way to watch a football game with friends than with a bucket of beer, a pile of buffalo wings, and a mountain of nachos?

So it's good news, then, that Taco Bell is one step ahead of the game.

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Courtesy of Taco Bell

Taco Bell is launching its largest nacho offering ever, the Nachos Party Pack, on Thursday, December 26th, with a price point starting at just $9.99. So, what exactly is in the Nachos Party Pack? The brand's signature chips are loaded up with reduced-fat sour cream, pico de gallo, guacamole, seasoned beef, refried beans, and jalapeños—and the whole thing is, of course, doused in a nacho cheese sauce and served in a box.

You can get the Nachos Party Pack at any Taco Bell restaurant, or place an order in the Grubhub app if you want it delivered to you instead.

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All great things must, sadly, end at some point, and these nachos won't be around forever. Taco Bell hasn't specified an end date to the Nachos Party Pack's availability, but the brand has said it'll only be available for a limited time. (Given the football-heavy promotional materials, though, one stands to reason that they'll be around until at least Sunday, February 2nd, when the Super Bowl kicks off.)

However, if you order through Grubhub between December 26th and January 1st, you'll dodge a delivery fee. You just need to hit an order minimum of $12 before tax and tip. But hey, that's just more incentive to order two nacho boxes for ample snacking. After all, when it comes to game day, it's impossible to have too many nachos.

Cheyenne Buckingham
Cheyenne Buckingham is the news editor of Eat This, Not That!, specializing in food and drink coverage, and breaking down the science behind the latest health studies and information. Read more
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