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How to get a free taco every time Trump says 'Mexico' in tonight's debate

"Every. Single. Time."

(Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Don't want to make dinner tonight? No problem, you don't have to courtesy of Donald Trump, in a way.

You can get a free (sorta) taco every time the GOP presidential candidate says "Mexico" during the debate tonight.

Here's how.

Eat24, the online food delivery service, said it will issue a coupon every time the country's name comes out of Trump's mouth during the first Republican primary debate.

One taco? Coming right up. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)

"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," Eat24 wrote on its blog.

Eat24 quipped that, "after reading a few articles on TMZ," it noticed Trump's affinity toward talking about Mexico.

"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," Eat24 wrote of it's engaging marketing ploy. 

For those of you in the Eastern time zone banking on this as dinner, it means you'll need to hold off on eating until well into the evening hours or you'll have to consider it your midnight snack.

And you don't have to order a taco either — Eat24 was just keeping within the Mexican theme. It says you're more than welcome to use your coupon on whatever type of cuisine you so desire.

"We believe in freedom of the belly, so it’s totally up to you," the blog post read.

(H/T: Wired)

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