On Wednesday, the Tex-Mex chain announced that US customers will soon be able to order Nacho Fries for just $1. Taco Bell has long served fries at international stores in countries like the United Kingdom, Korea, and Japan. The chain, owned by Yum Brands, also tested fries last spring in select California and West Virginia locations.
According to Taco Bell, the fries will have “a bold Mexican seasoning” and be served with a “warm Nacho Cheese dipping sauce” for just $1. You can also upgrade your fries to “Supreme” — adding pico de gallo, beef and sour cream on top — for $2.49 or “Bell Grande” — all the same toppings as the “Supreme,” just larger — for $3.49.
In addition, Taco Bell will be including this new menu item in its $5 box, which comes with the fries, a Doritos Locos taco, a Cheesy Gordita Crunch and a medium drink.
Taco Bell’s fries will be available on Thursday, Jan. 25, but they won’t stay on menus forever. In a press release, Taco Bell’s said they’re available for a “limited time,” but haven’t specified just how limited that frame is.