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Taco Bell Brings Back ‘Steal A Base, Steal A Taco’ Promotion For MLB World Series

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Major League Baseball started the year off with uncertainty thanks to the pandemic as with many other professional sports. Next week, however, the 2020 World Series kicks off, and with it comes Taco Bell’s annual free taco promotion. 

That’s right, the Steal a Base, Steal a Taco deal is back. 

Here’s how it works: if a player steals a base during a championship game, fans can claim a free Doritos Locos Taco at their local Taco Bell on Oct. 28

However, this year, fans can claim their free taco much sooner by getting a code through the Taco Bell app hours after the first base is stolen. They’ll then have to cruise over to their local establishment and claim their taco. 

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Score Free Taco Bell If MLB Players Deliver During The World Series

It’s postseason time for Major League Baseball, and the four remaining teams are making this a wild one to remember. While the players turn up the pressure on the field, Taco Bell is warming up for their annual free Taco Bell promotion with the MLB.

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Called “Steal a Base, Steal a Taco,” the premise is about as simple as it can get. If a player steals a base during the World Series, we all get free Doritos Locos Tacos depending on what game the stolen base occurs in. The free Taco Bell will be given away on Wednesday, November 1st, from 2-6 p.m. if the thievery happens during Game 1 or 2. If nobody swipes a bag until after those matchups, the distribution will happen on Tuesday, November 7th, during the same time window.

Each of the four remaining teams this year has a good amount of speed on their team, meaning that the chances are high for us to snag some tacos. Unfortunately, we only score free Taco Bell the first time somebody steals a base. Thus, if the Houston Astros’ speedy superstar Jose Altuve were to swipe a couple of bags in a hypothetical World Series matchup with the Chicago Cubs, we’d only get the free tacos the first time around.

Still, we’re always down to score some free Taco Bell, so no matter if your team makes it to the World Series or not, we can all root for at least one stolen base to happen.