Hungry Jack’s is one of the most popular places to eat in America. They are, in fact, the Burger King of Australia, operating in the country as a franchise of the giant American brand.
When Burger King first came here, there already was another food business of the same name in Adelaide, so they needed to settle for a pre-existing trademark, that of Hungry Jack’s, which takes after the US pancake mixture brand Hungry Jack.
Now as a self-respected fast foodie, you know that Hungry Jack’s has some of the cheapest food, but did you know you could save some more money? We hereby confirm that Hungry Jacks coupon codes and deals are good on the hip pocket so here’s where to find them and here’s how to use them.
- Visit Hungry Jacks online.
Surprisingly not that many people know that Hungry Jacks offers deals and vouchers for meals, which is a real shame because they could eat so much cheaper instead of paying regular prices all the time.
So can you – you too can save money with Hungry Jacks, but deals are yours for the taking only with an account. If you wish to register, go to hungryjacks.com.au to fill out a simple registration form and unlock offers.
- Go to social media for Hungry Jack’s specials.
For pictures of food and Hungry Jacks best offers, you should visit their Instagram. Twitter is great for reminding you what they offer, but if you want the real deals, must follow them on Facebook. They post about family value bundles there and limited offers, plus if you’re unhappy with anything, they’ll make sure your complaint doesn’t go unnoticed.
- Find discounts for kids’ parties.
You may have thought of Hungry Jacks as a place where you only go to eat, but they are a great restaurant for throwing children’s birthday parties, did you know? They accommodate with providing entertainment and playground for kids, party packs for children, beverages for parents and cake too. They can arrange for theme parties with themed invites and of course take care of the food.
Plus they provide money off kids’ parties with Hungry Jacks vouchers, so make sure you check with them for your next kid’s party. You may be getting a chance at an once-in-a-lifetime celebration, cheaply.
- Get a McOz-style burger for the cost of a sausage & egg sandwich.
McDonald’s McOz was probably one of the most popular burgers in the history of Australia. It was a burger patty topped with lettuce, tomato, onion, Cheddar cheese, ketchup, mustard and the Aussie touch – beetroot.
Hungry Jack’s developed a similar version called ‘The Aussie’ that includes bacon, egg, cheese, onion, tomato, lettuce, mayonnaise, barbeque sauce and of course, beetroot, except theirs is a little more expensive.
Yes, you can make your own McOz burger at home, or you could get a McOz-style burger at Hungry Jacks for only 3.35$.
Here’s the catch: you’ll have to order something like the sausage and egg muffin and then ask for extra salad, any of your choice including beetroot, onion, tomato, lettuce. They won’t charge you for the salad and you’ll basically be having a burger for the price of a sausage and egg muffin.