Get Married at Taco Bell for $600 — or Save With These Tips

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Taco Bell once encouraged customers to “think outside the bun.” Now, it wants engaged couples to think outside the traditional church when saying “I do.”

The fast-food Mexican chain wants taco lovers to get hitched in the wedding chapel of its flagship cantina restaurant in Las Vegas. Taco Bell writes of its new $600 wedding package:

All you have to do is get your marriage license, visit the [Las Vegas cantina] restaurant in person this summer, walk up to the counter and order a wedding right off the menu.

The package includes a wedding ceremony, officiant, sauce packet bouquet and tacos, of course.

Taco Bell is also hosting a Love and Tacos contest. The winning couple will get “the ultimate Taco Bell Vegas Wedding,” which includes airfare for six, a professional wedding photographer, a private pool cabana at Planet Hollywood and lots of other goodies for the soon-to-be newlyweds.

With the average wedding in the United States ringing in at a whopping $32,641, it’s understandable that more couples are looking for ways to slash the costs of getting hitched.

Now, a Taco Bell wedding — even at just $600 — isn’t for everyone. If you’re a cost-conscious bride or groom, take heed: there are plenty of other ways to save money on your upcoming nuptials without having to walk down the Taco Bell wedding aisle.

For example, pick a naturally beautiful place — like a botanical garden or a beach — to say “I do.” That could save you big bucks on a location and decorations. Get that money-saving wedding tip and more in “15 Ways to Save Big on Your Dream Wedding.”

For more ways to protect your money on the big day, check out “How to Avoid 5 Common Wedding Rip-Offs.”

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