Jack Ca$h Card Giveaway!

Jack Ca$h CardJack in the Box kindly sent me two $10 Ca$h Cards to give away to two lucky readers! That’s 20 tacos before taxes!

If you want in on this action, just leave a comment on this post and make sure to put your email address in the email field so that I can contact you if you’re a winner. How would you spend your $10 at Jack in the Box?

Giveaway ends Saturday, January 16, 2016 at midnight PST. Winners are chosen at random. Good luck!

Fine printy stuff: Junk Food Betty will not use your email address for anything other than to contact you for your shipping address if you’re a winner. We also will not use your shipping address for anything other than delivering these gift cards that will put free food in your mouth.

17 thoughts on “Jack Ca$h Card Giveaway!”

  1. Just wanted to tell you to keep up the good work! Your reports from the edge of snack sanity always give me good laughs.

    We don’t have this “Jack In The Box” of which you speak, up yeah in northern Maine.

    Rock on, Kelly!

  2. I’m sad they don’t have their peppermint oreo shake all year round, because that’s what I’d want! sooo good! But I also like the sourdough jack, regular oreo cookie shake, and they have such good onion rings. (not all at time same time 🙂

  3. Fries. I’d just stuff my face with their fries a few times. I dig those curly fries, and their regular ones remind me of Burger King’s before Burger King decided to be bad a while ago.

  4. I would get the ingredents to make my favorite menu mash up! 1 Monster Ranch taco (add cheese and sour cream) and one Classic Buttery Jack Burger…Put the taco in the middle of the burger and BAM you have a Monster Ranch Buttery Jack Taco Burger!

  5. I haven’t been to JITB since my oldest ate a breakfast pocket during a road trip and got sick. He blames Jack and he holds a grudge even though he was totally fine after a few days and got to hear all about how much fun the lake and horseback riding was from his little brother. Anyway, a gift card may help mend this five year long feud. A trip on a horse would probably work better, though.

    1. Darn it, was part of the assignment to say how we’d spend the gift card or was that last bit just a rhetorical question meant to help us reflect and gain enthusiasm? Am I disqualified?

      My animosity toward Jack is traveling in the wrong direction…

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