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A lifetime of Taco Bell could be hiding in your wallet.
This week, Yum Brands' Taco Bell announced it has released 11 dollar bills across the U.S. that will award the lucky finders a lifetime of eating at its restaurants.
The promotion is in celebration of its newly launched Dollars Cravings menu that contains 11 items that cost just a buck each.
So far, the company has announced the serial numbers and cities of two winning bills.
Interestingly, Taco Bell's lifetime of food comes in the form of $10,000 in gift cards based on an average consumption of $216 per year for 46 years. This means that even Taco Bell doesn't expect customers to visit every day.
In addition to the giftcard, the winner will also receive a check for $3,500 to help pay the tax bill for the gift cards.
The sweepstakes ends October 5—or whenever all the prizes have been claimed. Taco Bell pegs the odds of winning at 1 in 2.4 billion.
—By Katie Little, CNBC.com.