Taco Bell is bringing back their “Steal a Base” deal for the World Series

Photo: Taco Bell for National Taco Day, photo courtesy Taco Bell
Photo: Taco Bell for National Taco Day, photo courtesy Taco Bell /

Taco Bell is offering a special deal for the World Series

On Oct. 20, the 2020 World Series kicks off and when it begins, Taco Bell will officially bring back their Steal a Base, Steal a Taco deal. Considering this is the ninth year that the chain has offered this deal, it is probably not that surprising that this year will give us a bit of a twist on this promotion.

According to Chew Boom, there are actually two ways to take advantage of the Steal a Base deal. Apparently this year, we can actually snag a Doritos Locos Taco for free within a few hours of a base being stolen for the first time in the World Series. This particular deal will be available through the Taco Bell app and will require a special code.

There will be a very unique redemption period available for this deal and fans will learn more as soon as a base has been stolen, activating the freebie.

Taco Bell brings back their Steal a Base deal for the ninth year

However, the app deal is not the only way fans can snag their free taco. In an effort to keep the Doritos Locos Taco tradition alive, Taco Bell will also be doing their usual one day only opportunity of snagging that free taco if a base has been stolen.

On Oct. 28, if a base is stolen during the World Series, then fans will be able to head to Taco Bell and snag their free taco. These tacos will be available in participating locations and you will be able to snag your taco at the restaurant (even without using the app itself).

As someone who has taken advantage of the Steal a Base, Steal a Taco deal in the past, I can only hope that at least one base gets stolen during the World Series.

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Will you be watching the World Series starting on Oct. 20? Are you hoping one of the players steals a base so you can snag your free taco from Taco Bell? Tell us in the comments.