When Taco Bell stopped serving its wildly popular Nacho Fries in April, everyone knew it'd be only a matter of time before the chain's super-seasoned take on the fast food staple returned to its menus. In fact, T-Bell strongly hinted the fries would make a big comeback sometime this summer, and on Wednesday, it said that time has finally come. There's just a slight catch: they're not just $1 anymore.
Taco Bell said Nacho Fries are officially coming back to its restaurants across the United States on Thursday, July 12, and just like last time, they'll only be around for a limited time. But unlike last time, it looks like Nacho Fries won't be on the chain's ever-expanding $1 value menu. Instead, adding a side of Nacho Fries to your usual Crunchwrap and burrito orders will set you back $1.29, or almost a third more. Meanwhile, the prices for the loaded Supreme and BellGrande versions will be the same as before at $2.49 and $3.49, respectively, according to a press release.