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Jack in the Box


$14.61 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:99-cent value menu offers a wide array of choices - onion rings, french fries, jalapeño poppers and "Jumbo Jacks". Many locations are open 24 hours a day - great for night-shift workers and bar-hoppers. Breakfast menu is appetizing affordable - "Breakfast Jack"s, home fries, eggs and a selection of juices and coffees are regularly available.

The Cons:Kids menu is fairly limited - hamburger, cheeseburger and chicken nugget options are no different than McDonalds, Wendy's and Burger King. Most locations feature very small dining rooms - not conducive to larger parties or claustrophobic customers. Comparatively lacking in services tailored to small children - play place and high chair services put McDonalds and Burger King at an advantage.

Jack in the Box is an American fast-food chain consisting of over 2000 locations, serving primarily the western coast of the United States. Their food menu consists of mainly hamburgers, potato wedges and other stapels of the quick food industry.

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Product Shot 2 Most Jack in the Box locations are freestanding, while some may be attached to a filling station service center or at a shopping mall.

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    99-cent value menu offers a wide array of choices - onion rings, french fries, jalapeño poppers and "Jumbo Jacks"

  • 1

    Many locations are open 24 hours a day - great for night-shift workers and bar-hoppers

  • 1

    Breakfast menu is appetizing affordable - "Breakfast Jack"s, home fries, eggs and a selection of juices and coffees are regularly available

  • 1

    Free refill policy is a major bonus to thirsty customers - self-serve configuration significantly reduces wait times

Cons
  • 1

    Kids menu is fairly limited - hamburger, cheeseburger and chicken nugget options are no different than McDonalds, Wendy's and Burger King

  • 1

    Most locations feature very small dining rooms - not conducive to larger parties or claustrophobic customers

  • 1

    Comparatively lacking in services tailored to small children - play place and high chair services put McDonalds and Burger King at an advantage

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