How to Win Microsoft & Taco Bell's Limited Edition Xbox One X Bundle

It makes the Taco Bell ‘gong’ sound when it powers on.

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Microsoft and Taco Bell have joined forces to produce a limited-edition Xbox One X bundle that includes a platinum-colored console that makes the fast-food chain’s iconic ‘gong’ sound when powered on. To enter to win the console, all you have to do is buy a double chalupa box for $5 USD starting tomorrow.

According to the press release, winners will also receive an “Xbox Elite Wireless Controller and three months of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold.” A console will be rewarded to a customer every 10 minutes between October 18 and November 21, with winners expected to receive their new Xbox within 72 hours of winning. Check the rules for more details and share your thoughts below.

In other news, images of the rumored Nintendo 64 Classics have surfaced.

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