Eat24: Free Taco Every Time Trump Says ‘Mexico’


The first Republican presidential debate is taking place this Thursday, August 6th…which can only mean one thing: Time to sit back and watch the best entertainment on TV this summer, Donald Trump.

Wondering what kind of words will come out of his mouth? Us too! We’re not very political, but after reading a few articles on TMZ, we learned that Donald Trump (#HolaDonald) really likes to talk about Mexico. That’s why Eat24 is giving away one free taco every time Trump says the word “Mexico” during the debate.

All you need to do is watch the first GOP primary debate (Thursday at 9 p.m. EST on Fox News) and wait for Mr. You’re Fired to say “Mexico.” Yup, every time (every. single. time.) Donald Trump says “Mexico,” Eat24 will post a coupon code on Twitter @Eat24 for $5 off* your order of $10 or more on or the Eat24 app (#HolaDonald).

You're about to be guacamole rich.
You’re about to be guacamole rich.

Once you have a coupon code, feel free to order whatever you want. Fish tacos, cheese enchiladas, pupusas, chicken tamales, carne asada tacos, or maybe go crazy and get carne asada tacos AND a burrito with extra guacamole (or order a pepperoni pizza. Whatever. We believe in freedom of the belly, so it’s totally up to you).

Why are we doing this? Because even though Donald Trump (#HolaDonald) and Eat24 don’t have much in common besides a love of whacky toupees (is it a toupee, right?), we want to fully support your constitutional right to have pulled pork nachos and a Diet Coke delivered to your couch while you watch his face change from one shade of pink to another/contemplate his policy ideas.

Image related/unrelated.
Image related/unrelated.

Oh, and btw, since we know everyone has the same question… Yes, you’re totally allowed to Tweet at @realDonaldTrump (#HolaDonald) and tell him to say “Mexico” a million times so you can order a lifetime supply of tacos.

P.S. The codes will expire Thursday 8/6 at 11:59PM PDT so make sure you use it before it turns into a pumpkin.

*We’d never tell you what to do with a coupon, and we definitely don’t want to ramble on and on about our inner thoughts on coupon reforms, but we do feel the need to let you know that there are a few rules and regulations regarding the coupons we’ll be giving out. First of all, the $5 coupon codes will all expire on Thursday, August 6th at 11:59PM PDT. You must be an Eat24 member to use these codes, and they can only be used once on orders of $10 or more when paying with Credit Card, Google Wallet or PayPal. Also, this might seem obvious, but the codes only works on or the Eat24 app. Ok, you are hereby released from the Fine Print and are free to go back to thinking about tacos.

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195 thoughts on “Eat24: Free Taco Every Time Trump Says ‘Mexico’”

  1. so the only Mexican restaurants are in California – lol …brilliant *from friggn Ohio at debate ground zero, Cleveland!

  2. Oh yeah, this free taco coupon you’re getting is totally a rip-off. How dare they give you something for free and then tell you that you have a time limit to use it. Good lord.

  3. >Free

    ….Are you daft? I’m not sure if you actually know what “rip-off,” means…

  4. What in the world makes you think the only Mexican restaurants are in California? That is absolutely not true. Also, the coupon doesn’t have to be spent on Mexican food… but, uhh…. good thinking there, friend-o

  5. I am happy to be corrected as such and look forward to further discovery of EAT24 – well after using the search tool to look for a ‘Mexican’ restaurant the only 5 places were all in Cali

  6. Sooo…. multiple coupon codes per order, or nah? Cause I might hold out for a steak.

  7. Way to use The Donalds name and fame to get a bunch of downloads for your App. Although it is a free gift it’s not a very good one considering like others say it’s hardly any good for the East Coast. Good luck on the campaign and Vote for Trump so he can make America Great Again. It’s about time we had someone with a real heart for our country and it’s prosperity. Go Trump!

  8. By “heart” you mean “hair”, right? And sure, go Trump! Keep going, Trump… Just a little farther… Yeah, no, just keep going and we’ll tell you when to stop, I promise. As soon as I finish eating this delicious free taco.

  9. I agree it isn’t really free either. It really is 50% off a 10 dollar order. Last I heard that is 50% off not fucking FREE.

  10. They didn’t say. But you bet your sweet ass they aren’t going to take 20 codes on a single order for RED LOBSTER.

  11. wait but……you can use the coupon to get other things instead of taco? So essentially, it’s not a free taco! Much Advertising false, Such off-rip!

  12. Nobody is answering the question if you can use multiple codes per order. I seriously doubt you can. Hence it really isn’t free it is 50% off

  13. last paragraph says “You must be an Eat24 member to use these codes, and they can only be used once on orders of $10 or more when paying with Credit Card, Google Wallet or PayPal.” can only be used once.

  14. Too bad the debates themselves are completely unavailable to those of us who are not pay TV subscribers. What a travesty of democracy.

  15. Jesus christ….

    Some of you schlubs take life and the internet waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay to seriously.



    “WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! (insert self entitled whiny bitch remark here)!”

  16. It’s ok. This one isn’t even endorsed by the RNC, not that that really means anything.

  17. That’s a really ambiguous statement though. “They can only be used once” doesn’t really say you can’t use more than one code, but seems more to imply that each code can only be used once. So, if there are 5 different codes (and they state that each time he says it a new code is provided) theoretically that could be $25 off your order. I would love some clarification on that. I assume it’s one code per order though. I’ve asked on twitter, but they have yet to respond.

  18. These coupons are to make fun of Donald Trump. They’re not meant to be very useful. It’s a marketing ploy. If you can’t understand that, you’re probably here to defend Trump

  19. Type in your address at Any restaurant that appears is valid so long as you pay with Credit Card or PayPal.

  20. Only one code can be used per order…but ordering from multiple restaurants is totally allowed #TacoParty #SteakParty #InYourMouth

  21. You can only use one code per order, but ordering from multiple restaurants will make the party even more taco-y. Or pizza-y.

  22. We only allow one code per order, but if you have a taco party with your friends, everyone can order and make the yums last longer. Tacos for breakfast tomorrow? Yes, please!

  23. Only one code per order is allowed, but multiple orders means more tacos for your future self. Tacos for breakfast? Tacos for lunch? Yes and yes!

  24. Technically they are. Do you complain about the free item you get in a buy 1 get one free promotion? They didn’t say they’d give you ALL the free tacos, they just said free tacos….

  25. Awww 🙁 There’s no restaurants in my area, delicious Mexican or otherwise :/, given that Im here in Bay Area I think it only fair you send some Taco’s round by Uber please! 🙂

  26. Tacos and Guacamole are brilliant (not sure about Val!).
    Never heard of EAT24. Looks like you don’t deliver tacos to my area 🙁

  27. good lord some of you people like to split hairs. $5 off of a $10 order is “something” for free….or NO CHARGE. Whatever floats your boat. I am going to go “mas gigante” and probably order $20 worth of eats for the wife and I. Guac and all.

  28. Does this only work for delivery? Can we pick up the tacos as long as it’s done before the deal ends?

  29. Can they be stacked? Can you use more then one code on an order of $10 or more?

  30. Would you be available for an interview?

    My psychology group has been looking for a Trump supporter that is willing to submit to examination.

  31. I didn’t know it was possible to love you more. I’m finding out each and every day just how wonderful you truly are.


  32. If a restaurant has, say, a $15 minimum for delivery, would the $5 code count toward that minimum?

  33. its awesome to see a company take advantage of MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, its good to see that TRUMP can help a struggling company like EAT24 take advantage of his good fortune ,, i am sure Trump will help feed many people so long as they buy at least $10 of other food ,,, cause hey nothing is quite free huh EAT24???

  34. No. You’ll need to have an order total to reach the $15 minimum. But hey, ordering extra tacos never hurt anyone right?

  35. You guys are getting so much traffic that the blog keeps crashing. Should consider WP Engine as your host. 😉

  36. No. You can only use the codes once per order. But… you can always order multiple times and have an awesome taco party.

  37. Love this!! Can’t stop laughing. 16 Minutes into the debate and 5 coupons ready!

  38. Seriously? You’re covering Twitter and these posts now? Eat24, you’re amazing!!

  39. It’s on the checkout page underneath payment on our website and on the top right corner on our app so long as you’re paying with credit card or PayPal.

  40. No, there should be a box labeled coupon code above the tip section. You’ll only see it if you’re logged in as a client and paying with Credit Card or PayPal.

  41. Underneath the tip section on our website and the top right corner on our app. Be sure you’re logged in to your eat24 account and paying with credit card or PayPal. If you’re still having trouble, hit up

  42. If your single, get yourself a Mexican boyfriend, then you’ll get all the Mexican food you’ll ever want. ; )

  43. Hmm I want something for $9.50, which is $10.26 after tax. Will it work or do I need $10 before tax and charges.

  44. in retrospect these 3 Trump-sidized lunches tomorrow may be excessive but #itsfriday

  45. We do have partner restaurants in Hawaii. Best bet is to do a search by your address on or the Eat24 app.

  46. So money wise, only the first time he said Mexico saved money, but the other three were for making fun names for coupon codes?

  47. Amazing Idea, but What will happen every time Trump says “Chapo Guzmán” ??

    at least, you all will give a thousand of free taco coupons… (#HolaDonald)

  48. Wow you’re a real fucking snake. #eat24-4-president. You lie about a free taco, then when we hear another politician bad mouthing, you cash in, tell us we need to spend $10 to get our “free tacos”, try to sweeten it up with “hey extra guacomele”, and give us 6 hours to do so. Fuck you

  49. The coupons expired at 11:59 pm Thursday. You better make other lunch plans for today, Friday ☺

  50. You’re all going to be running for the border when Republicans take office. No more Dream Act, no more free Obama money.

  51. They’re using Obama logic for the word “FREE”. You see, when you get something for ” free” it means someone else had to work for it but did not receive the benefit of their labor. So enjoy your Socialist tacos.

  52. Free means totally free, not 50% off, Duh, James doesn’t think before he writes Duh.

  53. I’m glad there are so many new food delivery companies that do they same thing as you. I won’t be ordering from Eat24 any longer.

  54. He said it 4 times! That promo has expired, but we do have code ‘don24’ to save you some dough this weekend. The best way to see restaurants near you is to do a search by your address on or the Eat24 app 🙂

  55. Hey FE, sorry to hear you feel that way. We don’t usually give out such large coupons, and we had to put a time limit on it so people wouldn’t cheat the system and take advantage and ruin it for everybody else. We do have coupon code ‘yay’ which is good until next Thursday, and when that one expires, stay tuned for new ones.

  56. Why not? You’re making the money off the backs of hard working people who cook the tacos. What does it cost? Server space? Yes you are providing a source of marketing that brings revenue, but please don’t lie and cheat people in doing so. Yay.

  57. Picking up tacos works equally well. And in case you missed it and the codes expired, you can use code “don24” for tacos of your choice 😉

  58. You’ll need your order total before tax to be $10. In these situations we always think ranch dip is a great way to add a delicious .50 cents.

  59. see original comment, boss — “Order In Advance” is exactly what it sounds like 🙂

  60. Ah, so besides the fun names, the benefit is in placing multiple orders, rather than combining the coupons?

  61. Why don’t you save all those tacos, and give them to the illegals on their way south?
    They may get hungry.

  62. Very clever. And I would have enjoyed doing biz with you but you don’t like the Donald. Oh well but great idea & congratulations!

  63. Eat24 bby why are they all being so mean? They just don’t understand you. 🙁 You can buy me ten sides of ranch any day. ❤️??

  64. Hi there my name is Matt and I’m writing in because I’d like to request that a restaurant be removed from Eat24. This restaurant is called Waffle Brothers Pub and it’s in Denver. This restaurant has some of the worst customer service of any restaurant that I’ve ever experienced in my life. I had a friend who placed an order off of Eat24 for delivery and the owner called and told him that they refuse to give him service just because he didn’t like the fact that Eat24 made the restaurant actually do some work to insure that whatever instructions were on the order, that they would be followed. For example, my friend requested that they didn’t put sauce on his wings or tenders because not only is he alergic to buffalo sauce, but it makes him puke. Basically the owner flat out told my friend these words: “I don’t like the fact that Eat24 is making me follow your special instructions, then they expect me to take a picture of your order and send it to them to be sure that everything is included in your order and nothing is missing? That’s bullshit! If that’s what I have to do to keep you happy and coming back then I don’t want your business anymore. If you want to tell me what to put into your food and what not, come to the restaurant and pick it up personally, or come sit down to eat.” Those were his exact words and I can attest to that because I was there. I made sure that Eat24 knew of the situation and gave him back his money. Then one time I had a similar situation when I ordered off of Grubhub. This owner clearly doesn’t care about anyone. I’d love for you to check out the reviews for Waffle Brothers Pub denver on Yelp, the reviews are not good, and I demand a speedy removal of this restaurant from my area! If a restaurant wants to get butthurt because Eat24 is making a bunch of lazy asses at a mediocre restaurant do their fucking job, that should be grounds for immediate termination. I’d also like to advise you to be a lot more stricter when it comes to who you add to Eat24. As a rep has made me aware, apparently it’s the restaurants that choose to do business with you, not Eat24 chooses to do business with restaurants? That has to change. You have the power to deny service to a restaurant, use it! You’re the boss, and as boss of a company I expect you to take this matter seriously, because if I were in your position and someone made me aware that a restaurant is denying someone service over instructions on how to prepare food that they’re paying for, I would remove that restaurant off my site and end my partnership with them pronto! If I pay for food you’ll give it to me how I want, that means if I don’t want sauce I get no sauce, no ifs ands or buts! And I’ll keep bugging you until something is done about it because this behaviour is unacceptable!

  65. Hey I just emailed your media team about the incident I faced, hope I get a response soon

  66. Oh, and btw, since we know everyone has the same question… Yes, you’re totally allowed to Tweet at @realDonaldTrump (#HolaDonald) and tell him to say “Mexico” a million times so you can order a lifetime supply of tacos.

  67. Wondering what kind of words will come out of his mouth? Us too! We’re not very political, but after reading a few articles on TMZ, we learned that Donald Trump (#HolaDonald) really likes to talk about Mexico. That’s why Eat24 is giving away one free taco every time Trump says the word “Mexico” during the debate.

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