Get 2 Double Cheeseburgers for $4 and more deals with these Jack’s coupons valid through April 13, 2020.
* Limit one per guest per visit. Must present coupon at time of purchase. Valid for dine-in or drive-thru. May not be combined with any other coupon, discount or promotion. Guest must pay applicable sales tax.
More Jack’s Deals
Mix and Match 2 of the Original Big Jack, Southern Fried Catfish Sandwich and Big BLT for just $6 for a limited time. Jack’s sent the 2 for $6 info in this email.
For breakfast, get 2 biscuits for $4. Choose between Bacon, Egg and Cheese or Sausage, Egg and Cheese. Jack’s posted the 2 for $4 offer on their homepage.
Or, enjoy 2 Hand Dipped Milkshakes for only $5 every day from 2-5 PM. Jack’s also posted the milkeshakes deal on their homepage.
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About Jack’s (from Wikipedia)
Jack’s, headquartered Birmingham, Alabama, originally known as Jack’s Hamburgers, also known as Jack’s Family Restaurants, Inc. is a fast food restaurant chain with locations in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Mississippi. It was founded in November 1960 by Jack Caddell as a single walk-up stand in Homewood, Alabama, a suburb of Birmingham and now has 166 locations across the southeast.
The original menu featured items such as fifteen-cent hamburgers and fries, twenty-cent shakes, and a twenty-cent “Fish-On-A-Bun.” Jack’s rapidly expanded and by the mid-1960s, there were at least nine locations in the Birmingham area and additional stores as far as Mississippi and South Carolina.
In the mid to late 1970s, Jack’s was expanding into south Alabama and the Florida panhandle. In the 1980s many of these locations began to close, but at least one individual was having success with Jack’s. Benny LaRussa, primarily involved in the grocery business, had purchased a single franchise in the 1960s. In 1979, LaRussa abandoned groceries and purchased a franchise territory of 13 Jack’s stores. From then until 1988 he expanded his territory to 33 stores. Then, in 1989, LaRussa purchased the total franchise rights to the Jack’s concept.
July 26, 2019 – Canada-based Onex Corp. has reached a deal to sell Jack’s Family Restaurants in a deal expected to close in the third quarter of 2019. Onex did not disclose the buyer or financial terms of the deal, but Restaurant Business Online reported that AEA Investors, a private equity firm based in New York, is the buyer of the restaurant chain.