Popular fast-food chain giving away elusive gaming console as part of new contest
Those who weren't able to pre-order the Xbox Series X when it launched are likely still waiting for retailers to get more in stock.
Fortunately for gamers patiently waiting for their chance to purchase the new console, there's an alternate option.
Taco Bell has announced a contest wherein the winner will get a copy of the elusive console.
As of Monday (January 11) those who purchase any 20-ounce drink from Taco Bell, either in-store or via UberEats, will receive a code on the cup to enter online for the chance to win a new Xbox Series X bundle.
The popular fast-food chain is giving away 165 Xbox bundles from across Canada, and participants will have a chance to play every day until February 28.
“We know our fans crave an exhilarating gaming experience as much as they do our hottest menu items,” Kat Garcia, Director of Brand Marketing at Taco Bell Canada, said in a news release.
“That’s why we’re thrilled to bring our Xbox partnership to Canada, giving our Canadian fans the chance to get their hands on this highly sought-after console," she continued.
The bundle includes the console, a new Xbox Wireless Controller, and a six-month membership to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
“Nothing takes a gaming session to the next level like Taco Bell,” Garcia said. “Whatever our fans are craving--whether it’s a Loaded Nacho Taco or a Crunchwrap Supreme--Taco Bell is the perfect fuel for those looking to spice up their gaming experience."
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