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FINALLY: Taco Bell’s crispy, cheesy Nacho Fries have landed in Dayton — and you can get them right now


If you’ve felt like 2018 has been getting off to a slow start— buckle up because Taco Bell is about to get things started.

Making their debut TODAY, Nacho Fries have been unleashed at Taco Bell locations nationwide. The best part besides, well, cheesy fries? They’re $1. 

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The fries are “crisped to perfection with bold Mexican seasoning and served with a dippable side of warm Nacho Cheese,” according to a Taco Bell news release. 

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“In their leading role, Nacho Fries demonstrate Taco Bell’s continued commitment to delivering amazing value for just a dollar in a way only they can. Nacho Fries come off the heels of Taco Bell’s shared plans to introduce 20 $1 items on menus nationwide and in test markets this year, on top of 20 mainstay menu items for just $1.”

If you want to upgrade your nacho fries, you can get some loaded Nacho Fries Bell Grande smothered in cheese, taco meat, sour cream and tomatoes for $3.49.

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Rumors of the elusive Nacho Fries have been buzzing ever since a test-run was done in West Virginia and California last spring. Dayton, now it’s our turn.


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