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    Jack in the Box Unveils 'Super Jack’d Monday' Deal

  • Industry News January 30, 2019
    Jack in the Box
    Pre-orders of the Super Jack’d Monday Box, exclusively via DoorDash, will begin on Thursday, January 31.

    For many years past, Jack in the Box has always had a major presence during the Super Bowl with entertaining and memorable broadcast commercials. This year, however, Jack in the Box is operating by “Different Rules” by continuing to lead a variety of firsts in the quick-service space (i.e. all day breakfast, drive-thru speaker, diverse menu, etc.). Surveys found that an estimated 13.9 million employees called in sick the Monday after Super Bowl LII, to relax and recover following the Super Bowl. With that said, Jack in the Box is coining the Monday after Super Bowl, as Super Jack’d Monday.

    Jack in the Box has partnered with DoorDash to bring guests the Super Jack’d Monday Box, which will only be available on Monday, February 4, while supplies last. Items include a mixture of all your favorite Jack items in one box, all for $6.

    Two Tacos, 10 Chicken Nuggets, 1 Egg Roll, and Seasoned Curly Fries and a Small Drink.

    Pre-orders of the Super Jack’d Monday Box, exclusively via DoorDash, will begin on Thursday, January 31.

    Jack in the Box is giving away the first 100 pre-ordered Super Jack’d Monday Boxes for free with promo code - SUPERJACKD (via DoorDash). For those who dare to venture outside of the comfort of their homes, the Super Jack’d Monday Box will also be available system-wide on Monday, February 4th, while supplies last.       

    As additional ways to promote and bring Super Jack’d Monday and the Super Jack’d Monday Box to life, Jack in the Box is partnering with notable micro and macro digital influencers to bring in Monday with a content series that will highlight various situations in which the Super Jack’d Monday Box not only makes you feel better, but look better, be better, and do better. The content series will rollout on Jack in the Box’s social channels—Twitter, Youtube, Facebook and Instagram.

    News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by QSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.