Xbox One Taco Bell Promotion Awards Limited Edition Console, Elite 2 Controller, And Game Pass

Plus the console makes that "bong" sound.


Taco Bell is partnering with Microsoft for another promotion, this time giving you a chance at a shiny new Xbox One X, along with an Xbox Elite Series 2 controller before it's widely available. Oh, and the Xbox makes that signature Taco Bell "bong" sound again. You know the one.

From October 17 through November 23, ordering a Double Chalupa Box will get you a code to enter for a a chance at an Xbox One X Eclipse bundle. The bundle includes a limited edition Xbox One X Eclipse console with a white-to-black fade design and the Taco Bell ring at startup, plus an Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2, and a six-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

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The Series 2 controller is releasing on November 4, so if you win early enough in the promotion you just get a controller before anyone else can even buy it. The prize bundles will be awarded every 10 minutes on average, and the companies promise a quick turnaround time for winners--possibly as fast as 48 hours after redemption.

Meanwhile, you can also score some Game Pass Ultimate time just by ordering your food. Ordering a Double Chalupa box online or through the Taco Bell app will get you a code for a 2-week Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership. You can stack two codes on top of each other for roughly a month of Ultimate. Check the full rules for all of the contest details.

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is the top tier of Microsoft's all-you-can-eat subscription service, combining Game Pass for console, Game Pass for PC, and Xbox Live Gold into a single subscription. It usually costs $15 per month, as opposed to $10 per month for each Game Pass tier individually.

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