Taco Bell Offering Limited Edition Cereal — Yes, Cereal

Read up on how to get it before it's gone!

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Taco Bell Cereal

Taco Bell has a new breakfast item — cereal!

On Tuesday, Taco Bell and Uber Eats teamed up to bring consumers a brand new product inspired by the restaurant’s popular, yummy cinnamon twists that have proven to be a hit with customers for decades.

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They’re calling it Cinnamon Twists Cereal, and the boxed delight is available in select locations throughout the U.S. for a limited time.

"We took your go-to crunchy, cinnamon-y twists and turned them into a cereal for the first time ever,” Uber said in a news release.

Fans of the cinnamon and sugar snack-turned-cereal can expect to pick up on the product with no purchase necessary if you’re an Uber One member — simply use the app to have the breakfast (or snack if you decide) delivered to your doorstep!

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Taco Bell logo on smartphone

Availability varies by location.

From Jan. 16-22, Uber One Members in New York City, Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Miami and Dallas, can get the mini-cereal box with free delivery on any Taco Bell breakfast order placed by 11 a.m. on Uber Eats, while supplies last.

Taco Bell Rewards Members can also score big when the first 500 customers are eligible to get a box of Cinnamon Twist Cereal for free as part of Tuesday Drops on Jan. 23.

Lastly, from Jan. 16-22, customers can also redeem $5 off and free Cinnamon Twists with any Uber Eats Taco Bell breakfast order of $15 or more at participating U.S. locations, while supplies last.

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Taco Bell sign

There is a limit of one box per customer.

For those who don’t live in or near a participating U.S. city, Taco Bell and Uber Eats still have you covered.

“You can still hack your own cereal by redeeming $5 off and free cinnamon twists, just crunch them in a bowl of your choice, add your preferred milk, and enjoy,” the release adds.

Related: Taco Bell Brings Back $10 Taco Pass That Gets You a Free Taco Every Day for a Month

If you still can’t get enough Taco Bell, there are several other menu options readily available .

The franchise recently announced that it is offering Crunchwrap Supreme and Chipotle Chicken Quesadilla meal kits exclusively at Walmart.

The Crunchwrap Supreme kit ($7) includes four 12-in. flour tortillas, four crunchy tostada shells, Velveeta cheese sauce and taco seasoning. The chipotle chicken quesadilla kit ($7) has four 10-in. flour tortillas, creamy chipotle sauce and Velveeta cheese sauce. All you have to do is add a protein of your choice and toppings for both of the meal kits.

Mountain Dew Baja Blast, which was once sold exclusively at the chain, is now available in retail stores.

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