Taco Bell Survey Contest – TellTheBell.com
Taco Bell sells a range of Tex-Mex foods, including tacos, burritos, quesadillas, nachos and other items. For tacos you have a choice of hard shells, soft shells, and Doritos flavored shells, with your choice of beef, chicken, steak, or vegetarian fillings.see more
Love to eat at Taco Bell’s?
Wouldn’t it be great to win $500 cash just for giving your opinion?
Taco Bell is looking for your candid feedback on their food quality and services provided.
Share your last Dining experience at Taco Bell Restaurant and
enter Taco Bell’s “Tell the Bell” contest to win $500!
Enter Here at www.tellthebell.com
To enter the Taco Bell Customer Satisfaction Survey, you will need information from a Taco Bell receipt.
Fill out the required information, and then fill out the survey.
Promo on while supplies last. A week is Monday-Sunday.
You may enter once every two weeks.
Prize is $500 cash
The Survey contest is available at TellTheBell.com each year. Last year’s prizes included iPad and free gift cards.
You can find coupons for Taco Bell on our coupon page here
DealsScoop.com also shares Taco Bell deals here
About Taco Bell
Taco Bell is an American fast food chain. The company was founded by Glen Bell who first opened a hot dog stand in California in 1946. As he watched people line up across the street at a Mexican restaurant, he began to eat their regularly, attempting to figure out the recipe, before the restaurant’s owners ended up letting him come in to see how the tacos were prepared. Armed with this knowledge, Bell opened a taco stand called Taco-Tia in 1952.
Over the next few years Bell owned several El Taco restaurants. He eventually sold El Taco and his taco stand Taco Tia to build the first Taco bell in 1962 in Downey, California. By 1967 there were 100 Taco Bell locations.
There are currently 6,500 Taco bell restaurants in the United States, with additional locations in over 20 countries around the world, including Canada. The first Taco Bell in Canada opened in 1981 in Windsor, Ontario. The company Priszm owns Taco Bell Canada, and because of bankruptcy issues, some Taco Bell restaurants have recently shut down.
To see nutritional facts about all of Taco Bell’s menu offerings, visit this page. There you will see menu items listed along with their calories, fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates, dietary fibre, sugars, protein, vitamins, calcium and iron.
Finding a Taco Bell
To find your nearest Taco Bell, use the store locator on this page. You can search by your address, postal code, or your city. When you hit Submit you’ll get a list of Taco Bell restaurants in your area.
Taco Bell eNewsletter
If you want to stay up to date with Taco Bell’s latest offerings you can sign up for their eNewsletter on this page. Simply fill out your contact information (name, email, postal code and date of birth) and you’ll receive emails regarding new menu items, promotions, coupons and company news. The sign up form also gives you the option of adding your phone number so you can get text updates.
Contacting Taco Bell
You can contact your local Taco Bell with the store information found when you use the store locator tool, listed above, or by speaking to a manager inside any Taco Bell location. If you’d rather send an email to Taco Bell’s customer support team, visit this page and fill out the contact form.