A fun fact about Jack in the Box that many people don’t know is that the first store had a blow-up clown on the roof to “watch” helpfully over its customers as they ordered through a small intercom system and then drove through the tiny drive through window, where hamburgers were available for sale for only 18 cents.
Imagine being able to buy a hamburger for only 18 cents today. Man, those were the days I guess!
Another fun fact is that no, someone named “Jack” did not start “Jack in the Box”. The founders name was actually “Robert Peterson”. Many people are confused and still think someone named Jack founded the company due to Jack in the Box’s 1995 fictional marketing campaign where they portrayed “Jack”, a fictional clown reminiscent of the old blow up clown on the original store’s roof, as the company’s founder.
If you were one of the many confused by that Jack in the Box marketing campaign, feel free to let them know in the JackListens survey. In return, you’ll get 2 lovely tacos for free on your next visit. Learn more below.
A US-based hamburger chain, Jack in The Box was founded by Robert Peterson in 1951 in San Diego.
By 1960 the Jack in The Box chain had seen enough success where it was able to expand, opening its first stores out of state, starting with Arizona and then moving on to Texas.
Peterson was doing well enough where he was able to open other restaurants in addition to his Jack in the Box chain, and a parent company originally called San Diego Commissary Co. that he changed to be called “Foodmaker Co.” in 1960.
In 1968 Ralston Purina Co. purchased the majority controlling interest in Foodmaker Co. and started expanding the chain like crazy, growing it to over 1,000 restaurants by 1979. It saw more potential in the Southwestern and Western markets, opening many more stores in those areas while simultaneously closing many of its Eastern and Midwestern locations.
An investment group bought out Ralston in 1985, and it went public in 1987. Shortly after it was purchased by another investment group in 1988, again going public in 1992 selling 17.2 million shares at $15/share.
It has grown and now operates in 22 states. Jack in The Box serves classic fast food hamburgers, fries and other delectable snack or dinner foods.
As a courtesy to their customers, the chain offers a special www.jacklistens.com survey that customers can take in exchange for two free tacos on their next visit.
Not sure where to start? Keep reading to find a location close to you, and learn how you can take the survey and get yourself a 2 free taco coupon.
Find a Jack In The Box Location Near You
Find a restaurant location near you using the official restaurant locator.
JackListens.com Survey Prizes
In exchange for taking the www.JackListens.com survey, you will receive a code you can redeem for two free tacos at any Jack In The Box location
- Two free tacos
www.JackListens.com Survey Details
|Prize||Two Free Tacos|
|Receipt Valid For||3 days|
|Coupon Valid For||7 days|
|Can Enter||Unlimited Times|
|Language||English or Spanish|
|Survey Code Digits||14|
How To Take The JackListens Survey
- Go to a Jack In The Box restaurant location, make a purchase and save your receipt
- Visit www.jacklistens.com to begin the survey
- Choose your language either English or Spanish to complete the survey in
- Enter your 14-digit receipt code into the survey when prompted
- Complete all survey questions
- Write down the code at the end of the
survey to redeem your reward of two free Jack In The Box tacos at your next restaurant visit
JackListens.com Survey Homepage
The black and white www.JackListens.com homepage is in theme with the Jack in The Box brand. The clown mascot playfully points to the center of the page where they politely ask you to choose your language, either English or Spanish, in order to begin the survey:
www.JackListens.com Secret Survey Hack
The secret survey hack many do not know, is that you can take the JackListens survey every single time you eat at a Jack In The Box.
This means you are eligible to receive two free tacos EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. you eat there.
Good luck, happy tacos, and let me know how it goes for you!
JackListens.com Survey Rules & Eligibility
- You must make a purchase to be eligible for this survey
- You must save your receipt in order to take the survey
- You must take the survey within 3 days of receiving your receipt
- Must use the coupon within 7 days of taking the survey
- One coupon per guest per visit
- Cannot be combined with other offers
- Employees or employee-affiliates not eligible
See the receipt for full Jacklistens.com rules and conditions:
Contact Jack In The Box
Online Contact Form:
JACK IN THE BOX INC.
Attn: Guest Relations
9330 Balboa Ave.
San Diego, CA
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- 1 www.JackListens.com
- 1.1 JackListens
- 1.2 Find a Jack In The Box Location Near You
- 1.3 JackListens.com Survey Prizes
- 1.4 www.JackListens.com Survey Details
- 1.5 How To Take The JackListens Survey
- 1.6 JackListens.com Survey Homepage
- 1.7 www.JackListens.com Secret Survey Hack
- 1.8 JackListens.com Survey Rules & Eligibility
- 1.9 Contact Jack In The Box
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