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Win A PS4 From Taco Bell Every 15 Minutes

Posted on Tuesday, September 24 @ 08:06:33 PST by


This morning, Sony announced a promotion in combination with Taco Bell, purveyor of stomach ailments, to give gamers a chance to play the PS4 before the November 15th launch date. 

By purchasing a Taco Bell "$5 Buck Box" or "Big Box", you will receive an entry code for a chance to win a PS4 console, a copy of the PS4-exclusive Knack, and a one-year subscription to PlayStation Plus. In this promotion, a new PS4 will be given away every fifteen minutes, which is about the same frequency as you'll be hitting the bathroom after consuming Taco Bell.

If you recall, Sony did something similar with Taco Bell to promote the launch of the PlayStation Vita back in early 2012. I still have the skidmarks to prove it. For, you know, memories.

All shits and giggles aside, this is a pretty cool promotion and if you dig Taco Bell, then it's worth trying to win a PS4. 
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