Jack in the Box locations

Location, Location, Location: Finding the Ideal Spot for Your Burger Franchise

The Jack in the Box franchise model has proven to work well in a wide range of locations: urban, suburban, and even somewhat rural. We have a number of franchise real-estate requirements in place to help ensure our operators set up shop in areas with solid customer bases, in locations that have everything they need to run efficiently. Learn more about how we help find the ideal spots for each of our burger franchises.

Where Should You Open Your Doors?

Our flexible franchise model works well just about anywhere there’s a strong demand for great food and convenience. When you contact us, we’ll check out the demographics in your area to ensure that there’s likely to be a solid customer base. With that in mind, it’s possible to open a Jack in the Box in lots of places:

  • Freestanding locations with drive-thru service
  • In a shopping center food court
  • Airport terminals
  • College campuses
  • Travel stops

. . . the list goes on. When you choose Jack in the Box, there’s no need to limit yourself to just one location type.

Jack in the Box currently has open markets across the U.S. If you don’t see your area listed on the map, don’t let that stop you from contacting us – we’re continually reviewing new places with great potential for our brand.

Choosing the Right Concept for Your Burger Franchise

Jack in the Box is flexible when it comes to our franchise models. We can create custom franchise concepts to suit just about any community with the right demographics for one of our restaurants. Between options like . . .

  • Built to suit purchase and sale agreement,
  • Build to suit restaurant lease,
  • Restaurant conversion, and
  • Franchise resale

. . . you’re sure to find an option that meets your needs. Whichever concept we land on, Jack in the Box supports franchisees throughout the build-out process, helping them create a space that’s efficient and comfortable for employees and guests.

Choosing a Layout

Jack in the Box restaurants are built on several configuration options to suit each community we serve. Franchisees can choose between a small configuration built to seat 48 guests, a large configuration built to seat 82 guests, or something in-between. 

We even offer a new dual-drive-thru prototype option designed to fully leverage the increased demand for drive-thru while reducing your footprint. 

We’ll walk you through the process of constructing or building out the space, so it meets our time-tested standards. 

Contact Jack in the Box today to learn more about finding the perfect location for a new franchise.

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This website and the franchise sales information on this site do not constitute an offer to sell a franchise. The offer of a franchise can only be made through the delivery of a Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). Currently, the following states regulate the offer and sale of franchises:  California, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.  If you are a resident of one of these states, we will not offer you a franchise unless and until we have registered the franchise (or obtained an applicable exemption from registration) and complied with the pre-sale disclosure requirements that apply in your jurisdiction.

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