We're as tired of National [Whatever] Day as you are, but we never tire of good deals on food. So raise a tortilla to #NationalTacoDay on Oct. 4.

50-cent tacos: Sunday, Oct. 4

On The Border celebrates a day devoted to tacos with 50-cent mini crispy tacos. They challenge you: "How many tacos can you eat?" Sounds like a dare.

The mini crispy tacos come in ground beef, chicken tinga and veggie. The deal is good for dine-in only, and all D-FW restaurants are participating. Find your On The Border here.

$1 tacos: Monday, Oct. 5

Nearly all of the baja tacos will cost $1 at Fuzzy's Taco Shops on the day after #NationalTacoDay. The baja tacos come on soft or crispy tortillas and include ingredients such as eggs, chorizo, shredded chicken, ground beef, shredded spicy pork, crawfish and more.

The deal is dine-in only and excludes baja tacos made with fajita meat, shrimp or "California Heat." Includes all Fuzzy's nationwide and the 40-some restaurants in Dallas-Fort Worth. Find your Fuzzy's here.

Exclusive: Jumbo convenience store Fuel City in Mesquite is open. And yes, there's tacos.

Buy from the best

Dallas Morning News restaurant critic Leslie Brenner has a list of the best tacos in North Texas. We don't have information on whether they're running #NationalTacoDay specials, but many serve tacos for only a few bucks each. 

If you'd rather chart your own path, join a Tour de Taco in Oak Cliff on Sunday, Oct. 4. Attendees will bike to three taquerias -- a total of about 7 miles. You can do it.

Make your own

A fantastically cost-effective way to roll with the taco frenzy is to make your own at home. Check out recipes for seared steak tacos, fried chicken and wasabi mayo tacos, and even cheeseburger tacos. The link includes important tips on where to buy the freshest tortillas for an authentic and delicious dinner.

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