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 offered in 1970 to compete with McDonald's Big Mac[2] and was discontinued in the early 1980s.[3] The Bonus Jack has been reintroduced to Jack in the Box menus at various times throughout the years.[4]

Bonus Jack
Jack in the Box Bonus Jack.jpg
Bonus Jack
Nutritional value per 1 sandwich
Energy2,260 kJ (540 kcal)
34 (g) [1]
Sugars6 (g) [1]
Dietary fiber1 (g) [1]
33 (g) [1]
Saturated13 (g) [1]
Trans1 (g)
25 (g) [1]
374 mg
1062 mg
Other constituentsQuantity
Calories from fat297 [1]
Cholesterol88 (mg) [1]

Product description

Similar to the Big Mac, 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


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Calories in Jack in the Box Bonus Jack and Nutrition Facts
  2. ^ Harvey, Steve (April 27, 1975). "Burger battle: Big Mac fights new bonus jack". The Spokesman-Review. Retrieved 11 October 2013.
  3. ^ Orange Coast Magazine. p. 70.
  4. ^

Further reading

External links