Eat Taco Bell, Win Sony Limited Edition Gold PlayStation 4 Bundle, Repeat

Good news for the hardcore gamers and PlayStation fans. Taco Bell meal will now get you a limited edition gold color Sony PlayStation 4 depending on your luck and the unique code coming bundled with each meal. The unique code will land the buyers into getting a limited edition Golden PlayStation 4 unit neatly packed with all the necessary hardware, including gold Dual-Shock controller.

Sony is going to put at about 6000 PS 4 Gold units for the lucky draw, each coming with a nicely designed box, gold color Dual-Shock controllers, one year free subscription of the PlayStation Plus and a copy of Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection game. Taco Bell contest will run from Sept 24th to November 4th, 2015.

Winning the console is totally based on luck, and everything you need to do is purchase a Big Box meal of any type and receive the Unique Code through the text. However, if you are not a Taco Bell fan you can still email the food chain company for the Unique Code after one month of promotion is over. To enter into the contests, a person should be at least 18 years old valid resident of the country. Taco Bell is only going to accept one entry per person each day. If you were planning to sit at a Taco Bell restaurant the whole day and increase chances of winning, Sony and Taco Bell just made it impossible. As per the details from Sony, in every ten minutes a customer will get the PS4 console.

All you need to do is make the purchase during the Game Period at any of the official Taco Bell restaurants, get your code and wait for the luck to shine. Taco Bell has made it clear that the company won’t entertain any unauthorised or purchased code to get the limited edition PS4 console.

Other than this, to request a code without any purchase, a customer can send the 3½” x 5” valid stamped postcard containing hand-written address, email, full name, and age to the Taco Bell and PlayStation Game Code Request, P.O. Box 251328, West Bloomfield, MI 48325. However, if the postcard comes enclosed in an envelope, Taco Bell will not be entertaining the request.

The authorised personnel will then send you a code through the email only if the postcard received is dated before 21 October and collected before 28th October 2015. A customer may not receive more than 28 codes in total. After that, the company will open a Web Portal for the eligible fans. More detail can be found here.

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