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Video streaming has made sitting through commercials a thing of the past for many people – could a subscription model change the game for taco lovers?

Taco Bell is now testing its own monthly service in Arizona. The Taco Lover’s Pass costs between $5 and $10 depending on location, and guarantees the holder a free, daily taco for 30 days.

The subscription runs through Taco Bell’s app, and users can buy the pass at participating locations between Sept. 9 and November 24. Then, “a secret Taco Lover’s Pass category will unlock on the app menu,” according to the company.

Customers can use the app to order from the following: Crunchy Taco, Spicy Potato Soft Taco, Crunchy Supreme Taco, Soft Supreme Taco, Doritos Locos Tacos or Doritos Locos Tacos Supreme.

The taco purveyor isn’t the first chain to test out life in the so-called “subscription economy,” in which you can pay monthly for nearly anything, including children’s toys, curated wardrobe additions and even cheesecakes.

Panera offers a monthly subscription for unlimited coffee or tea – iced or hot – for $8.99. Pret A Manger is rolling out a similar service in the U.S. in September, that includes unlimited specialty drinks, for $19.99 per month.

Taco Bell’s trial started at 17 participating locations in Tucson Sept. 9 and is slated to run through November 24. No word yet on a possible expansion of the trial.