Taco Bell Is Testing Delivery Service In Select Locations, So You Might Actually Want To Consider Relocating

We definitely are.

Following a series of new moves by Taco Bell to establish itself as the champion of fast-food chains, the company — beloved by so many Millennials, a demographic that it has gained a cult-ish following among — has made another step toward ascending the throne. Taco Bell delivery will be coming to 200 locations and there is no minimum order. That's right — whether you're craving a single Crunchwrap Supreme or 70 Cheesy Gordita Crunches, you are now free to order whatever and however many you please.

The only catch is that the delivery service is only available in the Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco Bay Area and Dallas regions via the online delivery service DoorDash. Residents in more than 90 cities in those area will be afforded this luxury while the rest of us chalupa-less Taco Bell fans weep at our misfortune. 

The fast-food chain seems to constantly come up with new innovations. It created a taco shell out of Doritos, is currently serving alcohol at one very lucky location, and now this? Granted, delivery service is nothing new in the fast-food business, but we can't say we don't appreciate it. "Taco Bell has always been about value and convenience," Taco Bell CEO Brian Niccol said in a statement, "and we believe delivery is the next step in catering to today's on-demand culture that's driving consumer behavior." 

The delivery service is currently only in its testing phase, but we pray that it all goes well and the rest of America will get to savor the complete, zero-effort Taco Bell experience, too.

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