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$15.75 for Taco tickets for 2 taco at a price of 1 at many Mexican restaurant in vancouver BC until may 15

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$15.75 for Taco tickets for 2 taco at a price of 1 at many Mexican restaurant in vancouver BC until may 15

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The TacoTicket™ is a physical passport featuring some great taquerias around Vancouver. By purchasing a TacoTicket™, you can enjoy two for one tacos at each of the participating locations*

$1 from each TacoTicket sold will be donated to the Vancouver Food Bank.

The Vancouver TacoTicket™ is valid for 1 use at each location. Secondary promotions may be available for repeat visits – check our website regularly for details. The TacoTicket™ expires May 15, 2022. The TacoTicket™ is not valid for the following blackout dates for statutory holidays in 2022: February 15, April 2. Some menu restrictions apply. Please review our Terms of Service for further details.

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HOW TO USE YOUR TACOTICKET

Buy a TacoTicket! Please allow 5-7 business days for delivery.
Bring your TacoTicket™ booklet to each of the participating locations between January 15 – May 15, 2022.
Show your TacoTicket™ when ordering (dine in or take-out), get your page stamped, and get 2 tacos for the price of 1*. Your TacoTicket is valid for 1-use at each location.
Support these great local businesses by bringing your friends, buying sides and drinks, and tipping generously.
Share photos on Instagram and Facebook! Tag @tacoticket_yvr and the participating location.
Rate tacos in your booklet and head to our website to log your scores. Each online ranking enters you in a draw to win great prizes!
*The Vancouver TacoTicket™ is valid for 1 use at each location. Secondary promotions may be available for repeat visits – check our website regularly for details.
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So you can only visit each location once... Is there a limit on the number of tacos u can buy?

I can totally eat like a dozen of these. 🤣Face With Tears Of Joy
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Yeah, the wording is ambiguous. Is it only 2-for-1 on exactly two tacos for the price of one, or is it unlimited for a single visit at each taqueria? Lucha Libre and Chancho are right by my place, so I would get this if the latter condition applies. I've heard good things about Bandidas also for veggie/vegan options.
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Moirai wrote: Yeah, the wording is ambiguous. Is it only 2-for-1 on exactly two tacos for the price of one, or is it unlimited for a single visit at each taqueria? Lucha Libre and Chancho are right by my place, so I would get this if the latter condition applies. I've heard good things about Bandidas also for veggie/vegan options.
I’m going to ask them to be more clear
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It's funny how they are trying to get us to pay for coupons now....
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joedee wrote: It's funny how they are trying to get us to pay for coupons now....
Yup I bet this is gonna be a pretty sad coupon book too. They will probably place a limit on the number of tacos that you can buy. There's a complete lack of details all around.
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joedee wrote: It's funny how they are trying to get us to pay for coupons now....
Paying for coupon is not new I don’t know if you remember entertainment coupon book
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Even if you have to pay for the Taco ticket, it's still a good deal if you use it enough. Keep in mind these aren't giant corporate chains like Subway or Taco Bell, where the food is junky and 2-for-1 coupons should be expected on a regular basis. We're talking about actual good one-off neighborhood restaurants with good food.
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I got their beef buddies pass last year and it was a decent deal, savings of around $40.
This doesn't seem like a good deal at all, most people would be ordering at least 4 tacos so making a trek to one taqueria for two tacos and then spending more out of pocket makes this deal COLD.
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How dost these compare to taco bell ? I usually get taco supremes as my go to
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Batmon wrote: How dost these compare to taco bell ? I usually get taco supremes as my go to
Your going to local business than franchise also it should be more authentic
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89lilangel wrote: Paying for coupon is not new I don’t know if you remember entertainment coupon book
true but you had a whole book and you got buy get 1 entrees or you would often be able to make up the cost of the book in 1 outing ... here is literally just buy 1 taco get 1 taco. You actually need to go to 3 or 4 restaurants to break even and then of course they have the audacity to ask you to tip generously and buy lots of sides.

I can say for sure bandidas is not hurting for money
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They said this

Thanks for your interest in the TacoTicket and sorry for the confusion. The TacoTicket is valid 1 use at each location until May 15. Some locations (Bandidas & Top Rope Birria) are offering promotions if you return to their locations with a used TacoTicket. You can find those details on our website.
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Batmon wrote: How dost these compare to taco bell ? I usually get taco supremes as my go to
Obvious troll there are 12 Taco Bell in entire BC

I haven’t looked at list but goes til may so you’d break even for sure. Mexican food is pretty decent in Vancouver. Lots of Mexicans here as they don’t require visas and I imagine rest of Canada is too cold
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evilcookiemonster wrote: No Taco Bell? Weak! Lol
Closest Taco Bell to Vancouver downtown is 32 km away. Pretty lame joke, can’t see location but let me guess Toronto
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This is a super cold deal considering:

1) you can only use it once per location
2) have to pay for the coupon book
3) 2 tacos isn't going to fill you up

But everything was super ambiguous so can't really blame OP. Outside of influencers, I'm quite confused who would actually buy this.
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Hi! We are ‘The Real Beef Buddies’ behind the TacoTicket and we appreciate the interest this is generating here – and that there are some questions!

The idea behind the Vancouver TacoTicket is to support local taco shops during their quieter months by driving new customers to spots they might have otherwise never known about, and to generate some “buzz” in the taco community. We worked in collaboration with the business owners to develop an offering that they could support financially, while still bringing value and excitement to customers.

The TacoTicket gets you 1 free taco with the purchase of at least 1 taco at each location. It can only be used once per location, although some locations are offering secondary promotions for return customers. Specific menu items vary at each spot: some tacos cost as little as $3 each, while others are upwards of $7. If you visit all 11 locations, you’ll save roughly $40-$50 and hopefully have been introduced to some awesome new restaurants and have a fun time exploring!

We hope that helps clarify any of the questions. You can find more details at www.tacoticket.com. We genuinely appreciate the support and we know the participating restaurants do too.

Also, we mean no offense to Taco Bell – we go often, and believe the Crunchwrap Supreme might be the best piece of fast food ever created!
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GangStarr wrote:
Closest Taco Bell to Vancouver downtown is 32 km away. Pretty lame joke, can’t see location but let me guess Toronto
Yeah you are right sir it's a lame joke. Glad Taco Bell is not included here. Taco Bell doesn't make you buy coupon to get BOGO. You could have just drove there, buy two and get two free

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Not sure when downtown became the centre of the universe. I am only 20 mins away from a Taco Bell.

To OP, Don't get me wrong I do support these kinda movements but can only go to each location once kinda not preferable. It's omicron season, really not a good practice to drive all around the city to spread or collect COVID.
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evilcookiemonster wrote: Yeah you are right sir it's a lame joke. Glad Taco Bell is not included here. Taco Bell doesn't make you buy coupon to get BOGO. You could have just drove there, buy two and get two free

taco-bell-hot-buy-2-get-2-free-tacos-monday-2519387/

Not sure when downtown became the centre of the universe. I am only 20 mins away from a Taco Bell.

To OP, Don't get me wrong I do support these kinda movements but can only go to each location once kinda not preferable. It's omicron season, really not a good practice to drive all around the city to spread or collect COVID.
Majority of the taco passport locations are downtown Vancouver or just outside of it.

Go hide in you’re basement if all you are going to do is troll food and drink and say oh it’s omnicron season. Even insane Ontario is reopening restaurants.
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