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[QLD, NSW, SA, VIC] Daily July Deals $3-$5: Every Monday to Wednesday via MyCarl's App @ Carl's Jr


Carl's Jr. monthly deals are up! Be sure to check out next week’s deals, UPDATED HERE EVERY Monday!

Download the 'My Carl's' App to take advantage of this week's specials, they're available from Monday 26/7 to Wednesday 28/7:

  • Cheeseburger and 3 Star Nuggets $3
  • Jalapeno Double Cheeseburger $4
  • 5 Hand Breaded Chicken Tenders $5

Monday 19/7 to Wednesday 21/7
* 3x Hand-breaded Chicken Tenders $3
* Guacamole Double Cheese Burger $4
* Big Carl $5
Monday 12/7 to Wednesday 14/7
* Single California Classic Burger $3
* Hand-breaded Chicken Fillet Sandwich $4
* Hand Scooped Ice Cream Shake and 6 Star Nuggets $5
Monday 5/7 to Wednesday 7/7
* Hand Scooped Ice Cream Shake $3
* BLT Double Cheeseburger $4
* Original Angus Burger for $5 (IMO their best burger) $5

Terms and Conditions: See 'MyCarl's' App.

You'll find more specials on the 'My Carl's' app:

Apple: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/mycarls/id1494882749

Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.AppInstitu...

More info at: https://carlsjr.com.au


Carl's Jr is not a burger clone, founded timeline:
McDonald's on May 15, 1940, Carl’s Jr on July 17, 1941 (1946 introduced burgers) and then,
July 23, 1953 Burger King (our HJ’s).
Carl's Jr burgers are 'chargrilled', unlike HJ's 'flamegrilled'.
The burgers are BETTER at Carl's. Try the Angus burger range and taste for yourself.
I DO NOT WORK OR AM ASSOCIATED IN ANYWAY to Carl's Jr. other than being a fan.

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closed Comments

  • +8 votes

    OP, it's time to stop believing misshaped truth: In 1941 Carl purchased a hot-dog cart, 1945 was a restaurant, hamburgers were first added to the menu in 1950 and the first Carl Jr was opened in 1956. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl%27s_Jr.
    This timeline makes them much more a clone - as does the almost identical taste that most everyone else notices is on par with the local Hungry Jacks.

    • +2 votes

      So they were before HJs but not maccas?

      Seriously who even cares if it's a clone. Op is clearly a die hard fan who will advertise the hell out of it. Companies need more fans like this but most of us arent silly enough to do it unpaid.

    • -1 vote

      Nope. You’re wrong. But thanks for letting me know. According to Carl Karcher’s own book called: ‘Never Stop Dreaming: 50 Years of Making It Happen’ he sold his first burger in 1946.
      It’s a good read: https://www.amazon.com/Never-Stop-Dreaming-Making-Happen/dp/...
      Does anyone know how to update Wikipedia..? Silly you @Wolfy believing what you read on Wikipedia.

  • +2 votes

    These are some of the worst burgers I've had. I went to the Knox branch and the 2 burgers I had (Tradies deal) were dry and bland.

    • +1 vote

      I wouldn't say the worst, but agree with you that they're bland and the chips were nothing special either. I drove all the way out to Altona just to try them out too.


        firstworld struggles

      • +1 vote

        Better than Maccas by far.


        Real burgers from the local take away beat franchise fake burgers every time. They are ok when on a dirt cheap offer but otherwise not worth the full price.

  • +4 votes

    msjb = must spam junk burgers. This stuffs trash.


    The only thing i dont like about this place is the misleading photos of burgers, the single cheeseburger thing shows some sort of half kilo of meat in the middle..

    When you get it in real life, its so thin you can only see the bread lol


      All franchise places never advertise their real product. It would be a joke.


    Is the Ice - Cream milk shake worth a try ?


    A millionaire businessman with a string of Carl's Jr stores in Queensland and the local franchise rights to the US Cinnabon chain has been slapped with a $1.8m tax bill.

  • -1 vote

    Took them 10 minutes to prepare my burger and it was stone cold. Must have tried to thaw it out first.