Bonus jack

Bonus Jack
Bonus Jack
Nutritional value per serving
Serving size 1 sandwich
Energy 2,260 kJ (540 kcal)
Carbohydrates 34 (g) [1]
- Sugars 6 (g) [1]
- Dietary fiber 1 (g) [1]
Fat 33 (g) [1]
- saturated 13 (g) [1]
- trans 1 (g)
Protein 25 (g) [1]
Potassium 374 mg (8%)
Sodium 1062 mg (71%)
Calories from fat 297 [1]
Cholesterol 88 (mg) [1]

The Bonus Jack is a hamburger sold by the fast-food restaurant chain Jack in the Box. It was one of the company's signature products. The Bonus Jack was first released in 1970. The Bonus Jack has been reintroduced to Jack in the Box menus at various times throughout the years.

Product description

Similar to the Big Mac,[2] the Bonus Jack consists of two burger patties, American cheese, Jack's Secret Sauce, shredded lettuce, and two pickle slices on a three-piece bun.

See also

  • List of sandwiches
  • Food portal


  • Orange Coast Magazine. p. 70.

External links

  • Bonus Jack
  • Jack Brings Back Bonus Jack - Yahoo Finance
  • News: Jack in the Box Brings Back the Bonus Jack | Brand Eating
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