Raising Cane’s Prices

Raising Cane’s (or Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers) is a fast food restaurant specializing in chicken fingers. That’s right, chicken fingers! Their chicken fingers are what some people call chicken tenders. Either way, they are delicious and Raising Cane’s prices are not too shabby either.

The restaurant does not offer any other meals besides chicken fingers, but they do have sides such as fries, Texas Toast, and coleslaw. They also have a unique sauce, called Cane’s sauce, to dip the chicken fingers.

Below are the latest Raising Cane’s menu prices.

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Combos

The Box Combo (4 Chicken Fingers, Fries, Coleslaw, Cane's Sauce, Texas Toast & Regular Drink - 22 oz.)$6.98
The 3 Finger Combo (3 Chicken Fingers, Fries, Cane's Sauce, Texas Toast & Regular Drink - 22 oz.)$6.38
The Caniac Combo (6 Chicken Fingers, Fries, Coleslaw, 2 Cane's Sauces, Texas Toast & Large Drink - 32 oz.)$9.98
The Sandwich Combo (3 Chicken Fingers, Cane's Sauce, Lettuce, Kaiser Roll, Fries & Regular Drink - 22 oz.)$5.98
The Kids Combo (2 Chicken Fingers, Fries, Cane's Sauce, Kid's Drink - 12 oz. & Activity)$4.58

Extras

Chicken Finger$1.09
Cane's Sauce$0.29
Crinkle-Cut Fries$1.49
Texas Toast$0.69
Coleslaw$0.69

Drinks

Fountain DrinkKids (12 oz.)$0.99
Fountain DrinkRegular (22 oz.)$1.59
Fountain DrinkLarge (32 oz.)$1.79
Sweet / Unsweet TeaKids (12 oz.)$0.99
Sweet / Unsweet TeaRegular (22 oz.)$1.59
Sweet / Unsweet TeaLarge (32 oz.)$1.79
Sweet / Unsweet Tea1 Gallon$4.99
LemonadeKids (12 oz.)$0.99
LemonadeRegular (22 oz.)$1.84
LemonadeLarge (32 oz.)$2.09
Lemonade1 Gallon$8.99

Tailgates

Included Cane's Sauce

Chicken Fingers25 Pc.$27.49
Chicken Fingers50 Pc.$48.99
Chicken Fingers75 Pc.$69.99
Chicken Fingers100 Pc.$89.99
Each Additional Chicken Fingers100 Pc.$84.99

Cane's Gear

Logo Hats/Visors$9.99
Short Sleeve T-Shirts$9.99
Long Sleeve T-Shirts$11.99

Raising Cane’s was founded in 1996 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, by Todd Graves and Craig Silver.Todd Graves had the initial idea for a chicken finger restaurant while in college and his professor told him the idea would never work. He got the same response from various banks when he tried to apply for a loan.

Today, Raising Cane’s has over 150 locations and it keeps growing. Raising Cane’s is a fine example of a niche restaurant specializing in one specific food. You’re not going to find much else on their menu so if you don’t like chicken fingers, you’re out of luck. The good news is that Raising Cane’s prices are pretty affordable and everything on their menu is under $10, except tailgate-sized packs.

For more information about Raising Cane’s, visit their official website.

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9 Comments

  1. I see the tender price ala carte how much is the Chicken Sandwich Ala Carte is raising canes more focused on selling combos because that is what people wants

  2. “Either way, they are delicious and Raising Cane’s prices are not too shabby either.” WHAAAAAAT?!!! Pricing varies in every state and I don’t appreciate anybody suggesting prices aren’t too shabby. I don’t have an income that allows me to may $35 to $55 just to treat my family to fast food lunch. I think they’re too expensive and they NEVER offer coupons. They can take their chicken fingers and do an anal probe. For that price, I’ll go make my own! Their website offered a free box combo just for signing up but it was a joke because they wanted me to buy stuff from other vendors just to get some free chicken. Yeah, right, If I can hardly afford the chicken, I sure as help cannot afford to be spending just to get a free box of chicken. Dream on Cane’s, your finger “ain’t” that tasty!

    1. It’s $6 a meal.. And you get ALOT of food. So no, the prices aren’t too shabby.
      If you went to a restaurant (Which you would get the same quality food) it would be a $15 meal.

  3. The chicken and fries were good. Unfortunately our order was take out and we didn’t discover there was no Texas toast or coleslaw for our box combos. Beware of the Cane’s on 71st & dodge in Omaha.

  4. It’s a decent price for the high quality food, but don’t pretend like this isn’t one of the most expensive fast food restaurants out there.

    But then, don’t think of it in the same mind as McDonald’s, because it’s not even close to that. Think of it like Boston Market or Pollo Regio. It’s “fast food” but of a much greater quality. It’s like an in-between getting fast food and eating at a sit-in restuarant.

  5. I just tried this for the first time, and picked up the Box Combo. Damn it’s a lot of food for $8.22 including tax. The chicken was surprisingly moist inside. The breading on the chicken tasted good too. Fries, Coleslaw, Texas toast, Cain sauce, and the medium drink for $8.22 is a good value for quality fast food!
    Spring, Texas

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