This was posted 1 year 25 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired New Hungry Jack's Vouchers from 28th Nov

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New National Vouchers 28th November to 12th February

New Offers:
6 Nuggets & Large Frozen = $3.95
2 Whoppers = $6.95
2 Hunger Tamers Meals (Bacon Deluxe) = $19.95

Updated with the High Res copy of vouchers

Backup link from HJ Site

Related Stores

Hungry Jack's
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  • +8 votes

    is phone still fine?

  • +8 votes

    Thanks mate I love to eat from hungry jack and always use these vouchers . Never print just show these vouchers through phone and never have a problem

  • +23 votes

    Thanks OP. From the bottom of my irregularly beating heart, and narrow openings of my clogged arteries.

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    Thanks OP!

  • +2 votes

    Apparently some of the franchised restaurants don't accept them, I've been turned down a couple times in melbourne.

  • +2 votes

    there doesnt seem to be any freebies from the app.

  • +7 votes

    I wish they would bring back the 2 Grilled Chicken burgers for $6.95 or whatever it used to be, they are my fav.

    • +1 vote

      Yeah but I think they don't have any trouble moving them. It's the best big chain chicken burger on the market.

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      Btw sorry to tell you Ranch is dead, "grilled herb mayo" is it's replacement as of like a month ago.
      And they changed the grilled patties

  • +4 votes

    who's seen the youi insurance ad? "By being a youi member I save money at hungry jacks" lol

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    since im trying to eat healthier, so happy they didnt include the grlled chickens on here.

  • +6 votes

    Thank God that $3 brekky stays.

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    is there a one voucher per transaction rule even if I am with my family? sometimes the staff give me difficulty

    • +3 votes

      I've always been able to use multiple vouchers in one transaction. Maybe it's just the particular staff.

    • +2 votes

      Lol tbh the staff don't give me any problem with these vouchers. I could redeem 10 at once. Because they know if I don't I'll just fill out a survey for a free cheeseburger and get a $1 frozen coke hahaha

      Life lesson: if you are a pain, you get what you want :D

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        I try to never be a pain when it comes to food as free spit or floor gunk is a voucher I do not wish to redeem.

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          Remind me to never go to your fast food outlet, or let you carry my food.

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          @pennypincher98:

          Huh???? I'm saying I never complain about food because I don't want anyone to get back at me by spitting on it or throwing it in the floor!!!!!

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          @Spooked: Well if that is the response you give then that's what you will most likely do.
          HJ - the more you buy the more money they make. It's not a pain as they just have to press a button. Being a pain would be redeeming 10 survey cheeseburgers at once.
          Also, if one of the cameras, managers, customers or even other employees witness something like that you won't have your job for long.

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          @pennypincher98:

          ????

          I don't work for Hungry Jack's!

          I don't work for any food place!

          I work in an office!

          I don't spit in anyone's food including mine!

          Read what I am writing!

          Geez Louise!

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          @Spooked: Geez Louise go off on a tangent while you are at it.

          Read what I am writing!!

          that's what you would most likely do

          Where did I imply you worked for a food place? I'm just saying if someone was to make someone's life a pain (hint: it's not a pain) then they would spit in someone's food they would be out of a job quite soon. Also, for you to suggest that, the thought must have crossed your mind. Therefore, you would be more likely to do it than someone who didn't think that.

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          @pennypincher98:

          LOL

          So now you're saying I would spit in someones food…..? You're so strange!

          Well enjoy your weekend!

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          @Spooked: LOL your reaction was hilarious. Not only was I saying that all along, but you are the strange one for thinking about people spitting in their food.

          I will, you enjoy your weekend too! Try to keep your saliva contained :)

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          @pennypincher98:

          but you are the strange one for thinking about people spitting in their food.

          You live under a rock?

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          @Ughhh: Lol that has absolutely zero relevance.
          Anyway - I know people can do things like that. I just know they do those things when they no longer want their job.
          So I am safe to assume I can spend more at HJ then I would have previously and not get my food spat on. The publicity in a massively popular HJ in Sydney would not be worth it. The employees know that.

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          @pennypincher98:

          My guess is you've never worked in a restaurant before, fast food or not. Cute way of thinking though.

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          @Ughhh: So you are saying you would risk your job, dignity and reputation over 'getting back' at someone for buying more food?

          Yeah, I'm quite sure the manager and 10 other employed people constantly on your back and by your side wouldn't mind if you spat in people's burgers before you gave it to them.

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          @pennypincher98:

          …maybe you would get caught. Just because you can't think of a way to do it secretly, doesn't means others can't too. I've worked at a restaurant as a waiter, it's incredibly easy to spit in your food if I want to without getting caught. Not everyone is dumb like the ones who record themselves doing it on camera. If you're smart, the risk is low.

          You as the customer, wouldn't know if someone spat in your food unless it was done in a very obvious way.

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          @Ughhh: You sound like you are talking from experience. The thing is it is really easy to spit in someone's burger, but the benefit of it? They wouldn't know and you might have been caught on camera/other employees/manager.

          Risk vs reward?

          Also, don't know if "smart" is the best word I'd use for this scenario. Have we forgotten the OP was saying redeeming multiple vouchers would lead to spat on burgers?
          More money spent at HJ means happy everyone? Happy customer because they get more food.

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          @pennypincher98:

          You sound like you are talking from experience

          You don't need to be hit by a car to know that being hit by a car is going to hurt. If you think about what you do, you'll find opportunities- whether it's spitting food or multitasking.

          The thing is it is really easy to spit in someone's burger, but the benefit of it?

          You've clearly never worked in a restaurant before. If you pissed someone off, then the benefit of it is seeing you eat their spit and enjoy it. The risk is kinda dependent on how you do it, if you do it in customers sight, then risk is obviously high.

          They wouldn't know and you might have been caught on camera/other employees/manager.

          If you're smart, you would know if there are or where the cameras are or if you can be seen.

          Also, don't know if "smart" is the best word I'd use for this scenario.

          What word would you use? If you got caught, then you're probably dumb or very bad at picking the right time and place.

          Have we forgotten the OP was saying redeeming multiple vouchers would lead to spat on burgers?

          My original comment was in response to yours, which I quoted. Slightly off topic to the OPs original question, but spitting in food is not a new revenge method, far from 'strange' for thinking these kind of revenges exist.

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          @Ughhh:

          benefit of it is seeing you eat their spit and enjoy it.

          This is a takeaway restaurant we are talking about. By the time its ready, its wrapped up and the customer is trying to find a table. Meanwhile, you are out the back presumably spitting on more burgers. Also - the cashier and the "cook" are normally two different people, at least at a busy restaurant. In addition, multiple of the same burgers are made and are randomly bagged. You'd have to spit in all of them to get revenge.

          I was thinking more 'sneaky'. If you were smart (intelligence/logical thinking), you wouldn't do it as after evaluating you find its not worth it.

          far from 'strange' for thinking these kind of revenges exist

          Did you understand what I said properly? I didn't say it was strange for thinking these kinds of revenges exist. I said it was strange that they would think spitting on a burger as a first thought of revenge. Call me whatever you like, but I could think of a lot worse things to do. They won't even taste the spit.

          Anyway, good talk :)

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          @pennypincher98:

          This is a takeaway restaurant we are talking about. By the time its ready, its wrapped up and the customer is trying to find a table. Meanwhile, you are out the back presumably spitting on more burgers. Also - the cashier and the "cook" are normally two different people, at least at a busy restaurant. In addition, multiple of the same burgers are made and are randomly bagged. You'd have to spit in all of them to get revenge.

          But who makes your frozen coke? Maybe your burger is safe. If it was an actual restaurant though…

          Did you understand what I said properly? I didn't say it was strange for thinking these kinds of revenges exist. I said it was strange that they would think spitting on a burger as a first thought of revenge.

          This is the first time you mentioned it being 'first thought of revenge'.

          Not only was I saying that all along, but you are the strange one for thinking about people spitting in their food.

          You can be sneaky in a dumb/suspicious or smart way. I would say, that the smartest people aren't the ones who don't do it, but the ones who do it and get away with it.

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          @Ughhh:

          Who makes your frozen coke?

          The last time I went there it was in full view of the customer. Not the smartest place to do it.

          Maybe if it was an actual restaurant

          That is completely irrelevant so don't even bring it up.

          This is the first time you mentioned it

          So just because I didn't blatantly spell it out. Thought you could read between the lines or at least imply that. Obviously not.

          The smartest people aren't the one's who don't do it, they are the ones who do.

          Please tell me what is so intelligent about spitting in your customers food? You won't see, they won't taste and you could get caught. Not to mention the randomisation and different servers.
          If you wanted to really get back at someone, maybe something such as salt or pepper in the coffee ought to do the trick. After all, the coffee machine is facing away from the customer.

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          @pennypincher98:

          I can't be bothered to blatantly spell it out to you.

          Good luck in your mission to being a pain to the people who handle your food.

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          @Ughhh: Still going…

          I can't be bothered

          You mean you've exhausted all your arguments? That's a shame I was enjoying this!

          Btw a pain would be asking for all this stuff and then saying, no I wanted my tea in a small cup, I didn't want this much sauce on my burger, I wanted a frozen sprite not a frozen coke etc. A favourite "my burger doesn't like the picture/ad" Or ordering 10 free survey cheeseburgers but not wanting BBQ sauce on them so having to make 10 fresh burgers for absolutely nothing.
          Ordering more stuff is not being a pain.

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          @pennypincher98:

          Nope, I might as well argue with my 8yo cousin.

          You can't argue with someone who is childish enough to believe in being a pain to get what you want.

          Life lesson: if you are a pain, you get what you want :D

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          @Ughhh: Lol falling back on that, it was sarcasm… If you think that punching in a few numbers really is a pain, don't work in about 95% of the workforce.

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          @Spooked: no, you spat in your words, #officeworkerhate

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          @Slippery Fish: BUMP grabs popcorn

    • +1 vote

      Really I have gotten 3-4 X Voucher all the time. Never had issues.

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