Playstation Vita and Taco Bell: Unlock the Box Promotion

Taco Bell has partnered with Sony for an upcoming promotion called, “Unlock The Box”, where you can have a chance to win a Playstation Vita from the purchase of the featured $5 Buck Box, the Cheesy Gordita Crunch Box.  Look for it starting Thursday, January 26th.

Beginning January 26, 2012. Fans will have the chance to win a PS Vita before it becomes available in U.S. stores on February 22, 2012, exclusively through Taco Bell.

At participating Taco Bell locations from January 26 through March 11, 2012, Taco Bell and PlayStation fans can “Unlock the Box” for a chance to win a PS Vita. Codes found on Taco Bell’s specially marked $5 Buck Box – which includes a Cheesy Gordita Crunch, Crunchy Taco, Burrito Supreme® and medium fountain drink – can be entered online for an instant chance to win a PS Vita prize pack.

6 comments on “Playstation Vita and Taco Bell: Unlock the Box Promotion

  1. Arsenio Billingham says:

    The Cheesy Gordita Crunch is the single best product on a Taco Bell menu ever. If anyone in the marketing department had a lick of sense they’d treat it like the McRib.

    • Keith says:

      Agreed 100% – thankfully, unlike the McRib, you can get it at Taco Bell anytime, even if it’s not currently featured or on the menu. It’s my go-to item.

      Actually, a few years ago when Taco Bell was experimenting with the “club” chalupa (and other such items) they featured a gordita crunch with bacon sprinkled in with the cheese between the gordita and the taco shell. That was the single greatest Taco Bell item of all time.

    • Ryan (not Grubgrade Ryan) says:

      I agree. The only time I go to TB anymore is when the CGC is there. Looks like I’m going Thursday!

  2. stevenp says:

    I want this $5 Buck Box, even without the contest. Sadly, here in NYC it’ll cost at least $15. :(

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  4. FU Taco Bell says:

    February 13, 2012

    We have received your inquiry and determined that you are not a valid winner. This was determined by checking the information (i.e. code, email address, cell phone, name, etc.) you gave us with your inquiry to the data in our system’s records.

    Please note that ANY ATTEMPT TO UNDERMINE THE LEGITIMATE OPERATION OF THIS PROMOTION AND SWEEPSTAKES IS A VIOLATION OF CRIMINAL AND CIVIL LAWS AND WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO SEEK DAMAGES FOR SUCH ACTIONS TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW.

    The decisions of the judges are final.

    I have the box, I gave you my info, I printed out the winning page with the time and date stamped on it and THIS IS WHAT I GET BACK??? Thanks for nothing taco bell

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