Jeopardy contestant says he’d spend winnings on Taco Bell, gets best responseApril 24, 2018
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We're all guilty of spending way too much money at Taco Bell, and honestly, who can blame us?
It's affordable, and it's pretty delicious, so we don't mind spending a few dollars here and there, but this Jeopardy contestant decided that if he won the big prize, he would spend a little more at the fast food chain than the average person.
On a recent college edition episode of Jeopardy, Georgia Tech freshman, Rishab Jain, told host Alex Trebek that if he won the $100,000 prize, he would put the money to good use by spending it all on a lifetime supply of Taco Bell.
— Jeopardy! (@Jeopardy) April 18, 2018
While Jain didn't make it to the big prize, that doesn't mean he went home empty handed. Per a report from People, Taco Bell saw the moment, and the company will be sending him $500 in gift cards. They also tweeted Jain, saying: “College can feel like a lifetime. We’ll help you get through it, Rishab.”
College can feel like a lifetime. We'll help you get through it, Rishab. pic.twitter.com/CRSorPyO0w
— Taco Bell (@tacobell) April 20, 2018
While Jain didn't win the $100,000 prize, he can at least get himself a nice little supply of Taco Bell Mexican pizzas and Crunchwrap supremes to get him through college.