JACK'S FRANCHISE START-UP COSTS.
Run a Quick-Service Restaurant Franchise
We estimate that franchisees will spend between $1,651,500-$2,638,600 on franchise startup costs.
This estimated initial investment includes just about everything it takes to run a thriving restaurant.
- The initial franchise fee
- Real estate costs
- Inventory and uniforms
- Buildout expenses
- Technology like drive-thru systems
- Three months of operating funds
The most valuable part of the investment is the training and support you’ll receive from us. You can count on us to walk you through the steps towards opening a new restaurant. That lifetime support is also included in the Jack in the Box franchise price!
Your Next Steps.
How to Buy a Jack in the Box Franchise
Step 1: Work Through the Qualification Process
Step 2: Making It Official
Step 3: Finding the Perfect Location
Step 4: Construction & Build Out
Step 5: Training
Step 6: Grand Opening
And Away We go!
Marketing & Sales Royalties.
Our Franchise Royalties
Jack in the Box assesses modest royalty fees, like other franchises, in part to ensure you have the best possible resources to run your business and draw customers to your location. For instance, our five-daypart menu that entices customers to come any time of day. Or our new order-ahead mobile app. We roll out new menu items on a regular basis. It’s what keeps our customers continually engaged with our brand and makes them excited to come back.
Principal ongoing fees include:
- Royalty (excluding Games & Devices): 5% of gross sales
- Marketing: 5% of gross sales
Contact Jack in the Box today to learn more about what’s included in your startup costs.
Is the Jack in the Box Menu All Day?
One valuable form of brand protection we have to offer is our all-day menu. While we provide menus geared towards a specific time of day (like our breakfast selection and late-night Munchie Meals), customers can order anything they’d like at any time of day. These kinds of options continue to set Jack in the Box apart from other minute burger franchises that offer customers far less flexibility and selection.
Contact Jack in the Box to learn more about our food safety and quality programs.