Stuff Your Face With Gorditas, Possibly Win a PS Vita

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If you need another reason to feast on tasty Cheesy Gordita Crunches, Sony’s got one for you. Between January 26th and March 11th, Sony and Taco Bell will be giving away a PlayStation Vita prize pack every 15 minutes as part of the “Unlock the Box” promotion. Prize packs will include one 3G/Wi-Fi PS Vita system, a copy of Little Deviants, one 4GB Memory Card, and winner’s choice of a second game from a small selection pool of ModNation Racers: Road Trip, LittleBigPlanet or MLB 12 The Show.

To enter once the promotion officially gets underway, visit the nearest participating Taco Bell “restaurant” and chow down on the $5 Buck Box, a combo meal delight containing a Cheesy Gordita Crunch, Crunchy Taco, Burrito Supreme and medium fountain drink. Once your belly is full of scrumptious Mexican treats, take the code included in your meal box and enter it online for an instant chance to win a Vita prize pack.

Mexican fast food not your thing? Don’t worry, there are two other ways to enter without slowly killing yourself with gorditas and tacos. You can also download Taco Bell’s mobile app and battle friends in an exclusive augmented reality game called Reality Fighters Dojo or participate in an online contest by submitting a photo or video boasting about what lengths you would go to for a PS Vita. Submissions will then be uploaded to a public gallery where fans will vote to pick the winners.

If you’re really old school, you can even snail mail Taco Bell for a shot. Send a self-addressed stamped business size (#10) envelope to: Taco Bell Big Box Request, P.O. Box 9319, Medford, NY 11763-9319, no later than March 1st for a free code, while supplies last.

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