In-N-Out Prices

In-N-Out (also known as In-N-Out Burger) is a popular burger fast food restaurant available in 5 states including California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, and Texas. The restaurant’s burgers rank among the top in the industry, which is surprising considering In-N-Out prices are some of the cheapest in the industry as well.

In-N-Out is known for having a very simple and limited menu. Their most popular burger is the Double-Double burger, which comes with double meat and double cheese. They also offer cheaper and smaller alternatives such as the hamburger and cheeseburger.

Below are the latest In-N-Out menu prices.

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Burgers & Fries

Double-Double Burger$3.45
Cheeseburger$2.40
Hamburger$2.10
French Fries$1.60

Combos

Combos Include French Fries and Medium Drink

Double-Double Burger$6.70
Cheeseburger$5.65
Hamburger$5.35

Drinks

Soft DrinkSmall$1.50
Soft DrinkMedium$1.65
Soft DrinkLarge$1.85
Soft DrinkExtra Large$2.05
Shakes$2.15
Milk$0.99
Coffee$1.35

In-N-Out is an old fast food restaurant founded in 1948 in Baldwin Park, California. Although the restaurant is only available in 5 states, there are over 280 locations.

The restaurant’s main competitors include Five Guys and Whataburger. In-N-Out prices are significantly lower than both of those restaurants, especially Five Guys’.

For more information about In-N-Out Burger, visit their official website.

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17 Comments

  1. OMG YOUR BUGARS ARE THE BEST!!

    IF YOU WANT A BURGER ,
    EAT A BURGER
    , IF YOU WANT A FRENCH FRIE
    ‘ GET A FRENCH FRIE ????
    HAHA HAVENT HAD A BURGER SINCE LIKE 6 MONTHS AGO ????

  2. Some of these math problems are getting hard….let’s see, what minus 3 = 2? ummmmmm
    Anyway I went to in-and-out a couple of years ago, took the burger home and refrigerated it. I took it out to warm and eat it a few hours later, but when I looked at it, it was like coated with Crisco. White congealed fat was all around the burger, and between the 2 patties you wouldn’t have believed how much was there. I threw it away and never went back. I buy and refrigerate BK double whoppers and never have this kind of problem.

  3. Jim: that’s fat from the meat. It congeals at fridge temp, which happens with all meat fats. It’s a normal part of a greasy burger. If anything, it’s a sign that they’re using pure beef and not a soy/wheat-protein/beef combo like most other fast food chains.

    But if you want to eat fast food often enough to order meals for later, then I guess you’ve gotta do something to mitigate it.

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