Since the debut of Jack In The Box’s Tiny Tacos, the item has been a big hit for essentially being bite-sized versions of the chain’s iconic tacos. I myself have to admit that the ability to pop tacos like chips is a huge plus.
Capitalizing on the success of the item, Jack In The Box is now serving up a Tiny Taco Big Box meal, consisting of 25 Tiny Tacos meant for sharing (or not, I don’t judge) and three dipping sauces: Taco, Creamy Avocado Lime, and Buttermilk Ranch.
You can now grab a Tiny Taco Big Box at any participating Jack In The Box location nationwide.
With cozy season upon us, how good does a hybrid hoodie and blanket sound right now as the temps dip to chilling temps? At Jack In The Box’s new Jack’s Swag Shop pop-up, you can cop an infinitely comfy Blanket Hoodie that will have you lounging optimally at home.
In addition to the snug and soft Jack’s Besties Blanket Hoodie, Jack’s Swag Shop also stocks Jack’s All Day Joggers, Jack’s Purple Haze Socks, and much more Jack-branded merch for a limited time. Check out all the available Swag Shop items HERE.
It’s been announced today that Jack In The Box will be acquiring Del Taco at $12.51 per share, or for an estimated $575 million. Too bad the Del’s Dollar Deals didn’t apply for this purchase.
Jack In The Box CEO, Darin Harris (sorry, not Jack Box), had the following to say regarding the acquisition, “This is a natural combination of two like-minded, challenger brands with outstanding growth opportunities. Together, Jack in the Box and Del Taco will benefit from a stronger financial model, gaining greater scale to invest in digital and technology capabilities, and unit growth for both brands. This acquisition fits squarely in our strategic pillars and helps us create new opportunities for the franchisees, team members and guests of both brands.”
For franchisees, this gives them the opportunity to open both Jack In The Box and Del Taco concepts, thus helping expand both the over 2,200-location Jack In The Box and over 600-location Del Taco brands.
The purchase is forecast to be completed by the first quarter of 2022, pending approval from Del Taco shareholders and regulators.
With more than 80 percent of fast food diners looking for plant-based options these days, Jack in the Box’s latest partnership with Impossible Foods will look to service flexitarians and plant-based fans.
The Impossible Burger patty has as much protein as 80/20 ground beef, but with 0mg cholesterol (14g total fat, 8g saturated fat per serving) and without antibiotics or animal hormones. It’s made up of soy protein, coconut oil, sunflower oil, potato protein and heme.
Fans can order the Jack In The Box Impossible Burger in-store from any of Jack in the Box’s Phoenix locations or through delivery partners including Doordash, Uber Eats, Grubhub and Postmates.
Jack In The Box’s Monster Tacos used to be a menu mainstay, but for whatever reason, the powers that be made that cease. Thankfully the husky legends are back on the restaurant’s menu, all thanks to the Halloween season. Because you know, Monster Tacos, and all.
Monster Tacos will only be available for a limited time at participating Jack In The Box locations until October 31. The actual reality of them disappearing from the menu again is a thought that’s scarier than Halloween itself.
For those that need a refresher on what Jack’s Monster Tacos are, they’re pretty much oversized versions of the classic crunchy tacos and feature two half slices of American cheese, shredded lettuce and taco sauce.
These Monster Tacos will be priced at two for $3.00 with any purchase, and are available to order at participating locations in-store, via delivery or through the Jack in the Box mobile app through Halloween, or while supplies last.
Breakfast being the most important meal of the day is whole lifestyle for most people. Tucking into a loaded plate of eggs, carbs, meat, and more just seems like the right thing to do if you want to get your day started right.
Jack In The Box is in solidarity with such mantra and understands our morning needs by adding a hefty new option to the menu in the form of the Stacked Croissant Breakfast Sandwich. This husky handheld boasts a flaky croissant bookending a fresh egg (x2), American cheese (x2), grilled ham (x2), and grilled sausage (x2).
It’s a totem of taste that smacks your appetite awake, really.
You can snag the Stacked Croissant at participating Jack in the Box locations nationwide for a limited time.
With the huge success of Jack In The Box’s Tiny Tacos ever since debuting on the menu in recent years, new iterations were sure to come. That’s why it makes perfect sense that it was teased on Jack’s Late Night Discord, the restaurant’s late night after party for gaming and comic book fans on Discord, that Spicy Tiny Tacos were on the way soon.
It looks as if the mega popular Tiny Tacos have a fiery new makeover, with the taco shells having a distinct and vibrant red color, which I’m sure is the indicator to the spicy new tweak to the original.
These hot new Spicy Tiny Tacos are set to launch at Jack In The Box locations on August 9.
Since quarantine began, Jason Derulo has been cooking up some insane looking creations in his own kitchen. That kind of creativity has apparently resonated with Jack in the Box, who hit up Derulo to do a collab and created a pop-up restaurant as a result.
Called One In A Milli, the virtual ghost kitchen can be found on UberEats in different parts of Los Angeles from June 14-28. One of the items however, the Milli Meal, will be available nationwide through August 8th to anyone who has the Jack in the Box app.
The Milli Meal consists of a Triple Bacon Cheesy Jack, Roost Fries (a new Jack product consisting of chicken tender loaded spuds), and mini Chocolate Croissant Bites. It goes for $10-$11 based on where you live.
Each of the other One In A Milli items will be exclusive to the LA pop-up’s menu. There’s two food orders available: the “BurgerAco,” which takes a Jack taco and jams it into a jumbo burger, and the “Mega Milli Platter,” where a base of mini tacos, jalapeno poppers, and curly fries gets loaded with cheese, bacon, cheese sauce, ranch, and mystery sauce.
For drinks, there’s the OREO Cookie Cheesecake Milli Shake, as well as a Bacon Churro Milli Shake topped with both churros and strips of bacon.
All of the items sound like late-night munchies delights, but they should be available all day long, based on where you’re located in Los Angeles. For everyone else, there is the Milli Meal available through the app.