With the Taco Tuesday exemption, you can get $5 off at some local restaurants

ST. LOUIS – Celebrate Taco Tuesday with $5 off DoorDash orders over $15 on September 12 at over 20,000 local Mexican restaurants. Taco Bell and the food delivery service are funding up to $5 million in orders to celebrate the liberation of the term “Taco Tuesday.”

Check out the full list of restaurants and place a DoorDash order here. Add code TACOTAB to receive a discount on qualifying orders at participating restaurants.

In July, Taco Bell removed brand restrictions on restaurant chain Taco John’s on “Taco Tuesday.” In a filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Cheyenne-based Taco John’s waived any further claim to “Taco Tuesday” in 49 states, ending a high-profile dispute with Taco Bell.

“While Tuesday holds a special place in our hearts and will continue to do so, this celebration is not just about opening a taco tab. It’s about supporting every single person who makes, sells, eats and celebrates tacos. This Taco Tuesday is for them,” said Taylor Montgomery, chief marketing officer of Taco Bell US.

While “Taco Tuesday” has become a familiar phrase used frequently in restaurants and elsewhere, Taco John’s has worked hard to defend its more than 40-year-old trademark of the term in the 49 states excluding New Jersey.

Many restaurants faced legal risks for using the term “Taco Tuesday” before the law changed this summer. Some of them received cease and desist letters from Taco John’s.

How do you get the deal?

Visit DoorDash.com/TacoTab to see the full list of participating restaurants. For one day only, Tuesday, September 12, DoorDash users can get $5 off any order over $15 at participating Mexican restaurants with code TACOTAB.

https://fox2now.com/news/missouri/celebrate-taco-tuesday-with-5-off-select-doordash-orders/ With the Taco Tuesday exemption, you can get $5 off at some local restaurants


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