Is This Beloved Taco Bell Favorite Returning to the Arizona Menu?
Taco Bell Brings the Favorites
Fast-food restaurants are always looking for innovative products. Taco Bell is no exception. They bring creativity to Mexican-influenced favorites, unlike any other establishment.
Taco Bell Stackers a Fan Favorite
Taco Bell Stackers gained a cult following. It's delicious and affordable. What more could you want?
When they were released back in 2017, Stackers were only $1 each. Simplicity coupled with affordability them easy to love.
If you haven't had a Stacker, here's why they're so loved by fans. They're made with a blend of three cheeses and a cheese sauce, then the whole thing is folded into a three-layer stack.
Fans of the Stacker said they would often buy five or six and eat for a full day.
Does the Stacker Still Stack Up?
Even affordable fast food options like Taco Bell are falling victim to inflation. Fans worried that if the Stacker returned to the menu, it would also cost a lot more.
Taco Bell announced that the Stacker will return, but the price will be double that of the original Stacker. When the Stacker debuted, the price was only $1. $2 for this menu item is still a great deal.
This sounds like a big jump, but considering a McDonald's Big Mac can cost you about $8 bucks all by itself, the Stacker is still a great deal.
The Return of the Taco Bell Stacker
- The Stacker may be returning the Taco Bell Menu
- The price will increase from $1 to $2 (before tax)
- The Stacker will debut in Tucson Taco Bells
- No word when or if the Stacker will return to all Taco Bell menus
- No word if the Stacker will return permanently or if it's only for a limited time
Where to Get Your Taco Bell Stackers
If you're in the Tucson area, you're in luck. For now, the Stacker is only available at some Tucson Taco Bell locations. Fans are holding out hope that releasing the Stacker in Tucson is just a soft launch and that it'll hit the rest of Arizona soon.
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