Taco Bell offers free 'Friendsgiving' meal for select reward members

Taco Bell (YUM) is serving up a Friendsgiving meal to its most loyal customers — for free — while supplies last.

On Wednesday at 1 p.m. ET, FIRE! Rewards members — customers who earn 2,000 points in a calendar year — will be emailed a link with instructions to order the Friendsgiving Pack, which will shipped to members' doorsteps on a first-come basis.

The meal features Cinnabon Delights® Candied Yams, Rolls with a HOT! Sauce Packet Butter, Green Bean Casserole Supreme and Build-Your-Own Dessert Nachos (shortbread cookies with toppings on the side like chocolate and caramel sauce, and Mexican spices). Taco Bell’s Executive Chef Rene Pisciott created the twist on the traditional Taco Bell menu.

The party-pack also comes with place cards describing each dish, a table runner, and decorations. 

This is the ninth such celebration for the restaurant chain. Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, the company hosted a Friendsgiving dinner at its headquarters in California each year, inspiring this delivery offering.

For fans who don't get a chance to grab the pack, the company posted a recipe on its blog for how to make its Cinnabon Delights® Candied Yams. In past years, Taco Bell has unveiled other Friendsgiving recipes, including Crunchy Taco Shepherd's Pie, Rolled Chicken Tacos Bisque, and Fire Tortilla Chip Crusted Chicken.

And if the debut is anything like Reese's Thanksgiving Pie, FIRE! Rewards members will likely want to act fast.

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