Taco Bell Chicken Flatbreads Are Back September 5-December 25

Have you tried the 99-cent Original Chicken Flatbread from Taco Bell?  Well it’s officially back today until Christmas Day (is Taco Bell even open on Christmas Day?)  Along with the Original Chicken Flatbread (review), there is now a new Bacon Ranch Chicken Flatbread (review) too.  Here’s the latest TV spot for the Chicken Flatbreads:

6 comments on “Taco Bell Chicken Flatbreads Are Back September 5-December 25

  1. Andi says:

    I noticed this time around that the original doesn’t come with that sauce from before. I ordered one trying to make sure I wouldn’t get the sauce and the chick at the register said no sauce came on it. I was pleased. I like using the border sauces on it to spice it up how I like it.

    But gotta say, I love the simplicity of it and the price.

    • Mike N says:

      Weird — the blurb on the new poster says it comes with a chipotle sauce, and I had one the other day and it sure did (I add some Fire sauce too). I thought it was tasty, but it seemed a little smaller than the last time they were offered.

  2. J.B. says:

    It was so so with very little chicken.
    Is it worth $1, probably.
    A little more chicken, lettuce, tomatoes and onions and toast the bread a little and it would be pretty good.

  3. somesteve says:

    looks like the new Taco Bell item generator is on the fritz and they are going retro. p.s. I enjoy Taco Bell.

  4. maxchain says:

    My Taco Bell’s been pretty generous with the chicken–I was expecting a lot less for a buck. Maybe I was just anticipating getting screwed after those 99-cent summer discounts where you ended up getting what you paid for.

  5. Chris says:

    Got the flatbread once and it literally only had two small slithers of chicken meat on it, with a few shreds of cheese. It was almost all flatbread.

    I know for a dollar you can’t gripe too much but I still felt cheated.

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