Jack In The Box Deals
Jack in The Box has capitalized on their obviously large stoner market and has introduced many late night meals to fulfill your munchie needs. They’ve realized their market so well, they’ve even called their great promotion Munchie Meals. You get a drink, two tacos, a mixture of french fries and curly fries, and your main entree! These are available all throughout the day but at around 9 PM at most locations they are a little be cheaper. Jack in the Box is always coming up with great new sales and deals for their customers. They’ve also got a Happy Hour deal and savings on their breakfast foods.
Jack In The Box Munchie Meals
Jack in the Box has always had a college like humor in their advertising and that is certainly displayed with their Munchie Meal promotion. A Munchie Meal consists of a main sandwich or entree, two tacos, a mixture of regular and curly fries, and a medium drink. This is targeted towards the late night, student type of crowd and usually has a special price past 9 PM, though it is available all day long. No Jack in the Box coupons are needed for this deal. If you’re a fan of one type of the fries, you can ask for them to be all regular fries or curly fries.
There are currently 4 types of main sandwich for the Munchie Meal. These aren’t your regular burgers or sandwiches and they are a bit outside of the box (ha, get it?). The 4 current burgers and sandwiches available are the Siracha Curly Fry Burger, the Spicy Nacho Chicken Sandwich, the Stacked Grilled Cheese Burger, and the Chick-N-Tater Melt. These are all a tasty option after a long night of partying or being locked to the couch playing video games.
Jack In The Box 4 for $4
Jack in the Box has joined most other major fast food locations by offering a meal deal promotion outside of their Munchie Meals. This Jack in the Box special includes a Jr. Jumbo Jack, fries, 2 tacos and a drink! It’s quite the bargain and will certainly fill you up. Jack in the Box has so many great value menu items that you can’t help but think that they’ll add more options to their 4 for $4 offering soon. Maybe a chicken sandwich instead of the Jr. Jumbo Jack. Other possible future options include the Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger and double cheeseburger.
Jack In The Box History
Jack in the Box is an iconic fast food chain with a long and interesting history. Founded in 1951 by Robert O. Peterson, Jack in the Box started off as a small chain of drive-in restaurants in San Diego, California. The chain quickly gained popularity, and by the 1960s, it had expanded to more than 500 locations across the United States.
The chain’s mascot, Jack, was created in 1960. He was inspired by Peterson’s conviction that a “fun-loving clown” would be an ideal mascot for the chain. Jack was an instant hit and quickly became the face of the restaurant. In the early years, Jack was used in promotional materials, and he even had his own theme song.
The original founder, Robert Oscar Peterson, sold the company to Ralston Purina Company in 1968. They then started to franchise locations and their business model and growth started to heavily resemble McDonald’s and Burger King. They didn’t get the same national growth as either of those companies as their East Coast expansion was a failure.
In the 1970s, the chain began to focus more on burgers and fries and less on drive-in service. This shift in focus allowed the chain to expand even more and become a true fast food giant. Jack in the Box started to experiment with new menu items, such as tacos and egg rolls, that would become staples of their menu.
The 1980s saw the chain open its first international location, and by the end of the decade, the chain had grown to over 1,500 locations. This growth led to the chain adopting a more corporate image, which included changing the mascot from Jack to a more modern, professional-looking character.
During the 80s they decided that they would go after a target market other than families and decided to market towards more sophisticated customers. This didn’t work well either and they returned to the drawing board. They ultimately found success by widening their menu to include items most other fast food restaurants didn’t carry such as salads and curly fries. They actually renamed the company at one point to “Monterey Jack’s” which was probably their biggest failure. It was back to “Jack In The Box” within the year.
The 1990s were a time of tremendous growth for the chain. They opened their first restaurant in Mexico, as well as their first locations in the United Kingdom and Australia. By the end of the decade, the chain had grown to over 2,200 locations worldwide.
Jack In The Box is widely known for it’s advertising. They’ve gone with risque ads and heavily comedic ads. Lately they’ve had commercials and promotions catering towards stoners and late night drunk food. Jack In The Box is usually open late with many choosing to stay open 24 hours a day. This means they’re always available and are a popular choice after a night out at the bar drinking with friends. Their Jack character has been one of the most successful advertising campaigns having spanned across multiple decades. They created the Jack antenna ball which they gave out as a promotional item and could be seen on cars all over the road. Tacos are their most popular food item, largely in part because you get 2 of them for as low as a dollar. They have a cult-like following and are a staple for stoners. They doubled down on their marketing towards stoners with their introduction of the Munchie Meal promotion which offered a main entree, 2 tacos, a mixture of curly fries and regular fries and a drink.
Today, Jack in the Box is one of the most recognizable fast food chains in the world. With over 2,200 locations across the United States, Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, and Australia, Jack in the Box continues to be a leader in the fast food industry. While the chain has changed over the years, their commitment to providing quality food at a reasonable price remains the same.