Get 2 Quesadilla Tacos for $4, $2 off a Boss Burrito and more with these Taco John’s coupons valid through May 31, 2020. CLICK HERE for your Taco John’s coupons. They include the following:
- 2 for $4 Quesadilla Tacos (limit 6, chicken only)
- 2 for $4 Taco Perfectos (limit 6, chicken only)
- $2 off a Boss Burrito or Bowl (limit 2)
- $2 off a Taco Salad (limit 2)
- $1 off Stuffed Grilled Taco (limit 4)
- $1.99 Meat & Potato Breakfast Burrito (limit 6, bacon or sausage)
- $2 off Six Pack and a Pound – limit 3
Do you love tacos? Of course you do. Who doesn’t? But we all know the annoying structure. Your meat and cheese and other toppings are all spread out. If you try to get a bite with all of those yummy ingredients at once, the shell shatters like a house of glass, your taco filling spills onto your plate or lap, and you maybe stab yourself in the gums with taco shell. There’s got to be a better way!
As it turns out, Taco John’s has solved the problem. Introducing the Taco Perfecto! The Taco Perfecto’s extra-long 9-inch aerodynamic shell enables you to enjoy all your ingredients at once. It’s a superior food delivery experience.
Taco John’s has three Taco Perfecto options:
- Chipotle Chicken – 9-inch taco shell stuffed with diced chicken, shredded cheddar cheese, creamy chipotle sauce, shredded lettuce and diced tomato.
- Sirloin Steak – 9-inch taco shell stuffed with sirloin steak, shredded cheddar cheese, house salsa, shredded lettuce and diced tomato.
- Ground Beef – 9-inch taco shell stuffed with Taco John’s specialty seasoned ground beef, shredded cheddar cheese, house salsa, shredded lettuce and diced tomato.
The Ground Beef version is $1.99, Grilled Chicken $2.39, and Sirloin Steak $2.99 at most locations. You can add Sour Cream or Guac for extra. You can get a combo with two Taco Perfectos, side and a drink too. That’s $6.99 for Ground Beef, $7.79 for Grilled Chicken and $8.99 for Sirloin Steak in most locations. For more details and nutritional information, go to the Taco John’s menu webpage.
“Taco John’s has been serving tacos since 1969, so you can say we are experts in this area,” says Vice President for Menu Strategy and Innovation Bob Karisny in this press release. “We also have an innovative spirit that never slows down. This is why we set out to create the perfect taco. We craft bold, flavorful tacos with quality ingredients that you don’t want to miss out on. So, we crafted a taco that would help our guests enjoy all of the delicious taco flavors in one bite. It wasn’t easy to perfect, but it sure is easy to eat.”
Taco John’s Happy Hour
Get lemonade and more drinks for $1 during the Taco John’s happy hour.
From 2-5 pm get any 20 oz drink for $1. Drinks include the new Sparkling Lemonades, including Prickly Pear, Blue Raspberry and Strawberry.
For more details see the Taco Johns Happy Hour Page.
About Taco John’s (from Wikipedia)
Taco John’s is a Cheyenne, Wyoming-based fast-food restaurant featuring Mexican-inspired fast food (which it calls “West-Mex”). The chain was founded in 1969 in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and now comprises nearly 400 restaurants in about 27 states, primarily in the Midwest and Mountain regions. Potato Olés are the company’s signature dish, which are bite-sized deep-fried potato nuggets coated with a proprietary blend of spices and seasonings. As of 2013, the restaurant chain had 425 locations in the United States. In April 2016, the company announced a deal to open 40 new stores in New York and Tennessee. The deal includes 20 stores in the New York City area and the Northeast with an option for 15 more stores. As of October 2016, the company had 390 restaurants spread throughout Wyoming and 24 other states. In 2017, Taco John’s opened 10 new locations and expanded to Tennessee and Indiana. In 2019, Taco John’s plans to open new locations in central Kentucky, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina.
Taco John’s began as a small taco stand in Cheyenne, Wyoming, named “Taco House” that opened in 1968. John Turner started the Taco House restaurant in March 14, 1969, after being stationed at F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne and serving in the United States Air Force during the Korean War. He sold the franchise rights to James Woodson and Harold W. Holmes, who in 1969 changed the name to Taco John’s.