Taco Bell's Xbox One X Eclipse Includes Elite 2 Controller

Joanna Estrada
October 18, 2019

It incorporates the new Xbox Elite 2 controller, and its an advancement with Taco Bell. There are also a number of other items in the bundle, including the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2, which was revealed back at E3 and is launching on November 4th. But it seems like Microsoft is getting really creative with the new Elite 2 Controller as the company has started a new Taco Bell Xbox promotion. All you've got to do is eat a couple chalupas. So even if you don't win a bundle there's still some food to enjoy, just don't go eating too many of them in an attempt to get a free Xbox!

As always, the two companies say they will be giving away one bundle every 10 minutes on average.

This is the first chance for you to get your hands on the new Elite Controller, as TBell says winners can receive their shipment of goodies in as little as 48 hours of "completing registration".

There are a few ways to play: You could buy a Double Chalupa box (stuffed with the titular fried tortilla shell, a taco and cinnamon twists plus a drink for $5) between October 17 through November 23. Fans can redeem a maximum of two 2-week Xbox Game Pass Ultimate codes at microsoft.com/redeem by 4/30/20, making even more fans winners this year. You'll be able to redeem two of those codes during the contest period, which is good for a month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, but keep in mind that redeeming them will upgrade any existing standard Game Pass/Gold memberships you have to a Game Pass Ultimate subscription "at a conversion ratio".

A separate and exciting offer is also available to fans who order the Double Chalupa box online at ta.co or through the Taco Bell app for in-store pickup at a participating Taco Bell restaurant by 11/23/19, who will receive via email, following verification, instructions to register and submit a code by 11/24/19 for, a 2-week Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership while supplies last. See xbox.com/gamepass for details.

Taco Bell and Xbox have been teaming up since 2001 when they launched the original Xbox. If this all sounds a bit familiar, you're right, past year the two paired up to givea way limited-edition Xboxes.

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