In-N-Out Menu Prices

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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 menu 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.

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

Burgers & Fries | Combos | Drinks 

Food Size Price

Burgers & Fries

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


Combos Include French Fries and Medium Drink

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


Soft Drink Small $1.50
Soft Drink Medium $1.65
Soft Drink Large $1.85
Soft Drink Extra 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’.

In-N-Out  FAQ

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Does  In-N-Out serve bacon in their burgers?

In-N-Out doesn’t serve bacon in their burgers, but you can choose from various toppings. 

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How many states have In-N-Out locations?

In-N-Out has restaurants in California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Texas, and Oregon.

Why are In-N-Out burgers so delicious?

In-N-Out burgers are delicious because they are fresh, and their patties are free of additives, fillers, and preservatives. 

What types of shakes does In-N-Out serve?

In-N-Out serves many types of shakes made with real ice cream. They are:

  • Chocolate
  • Strawberry 
  • Vanilla

shakes at In-N-Out serve

What type of oil does In-N-Out use?

 In-N-Out uses 100% sunflower oil. 

What is the monkey style at In-N-Out?

At In-N-Out, the monkey style is a burger on their secret menu and topped with animal style fries.

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

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  1. wanda tully says:

    Make A In-N-Out In Sulphur Springs Texas. WE don’t get to go back to California that often, MISSING IN-N-OUT!!!!!!!!

    1. Drive to Rockwall, Texas! There is an In & Out there!!!

    2. Ayman Hawari says:

      what a burger aint all that?

    3. 57 miles? Better stock up

  2. Stephanie says:

    i loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee the priceeeeeeee

  3. Ray Mercedes says:

    Yes you’re right, I just had the double double combo and paid 6.98 in Vegas. Combo is made of the burger, regular fries, and medium drink.

    1. Thanks for the exact info I needed for the exact location 🙂

    2. you have to ad pie blue Bare pie

    3. Prices are reasonable because what you get in a burger is a sliver of a patty–a whopping TWO OUNCES!

  4. I looooooooovvvvvve in-n-out

  5. Kaiden Johnson says:

    In-N-Out is my favorite restaurant ever! They have good food good drinks and good service. I LOVE IN-N-OUT!!!!!

  6. Susie Weinel says:

    I’m with Wanda… I lived in CA for 45 years where In n Out is king to FL in 1997. Still missing my IN n OUT.

  7. In-n-Out is Great! Your list is completely under-priced though and needs updating. I just bought one cheeseburger, one fry, and one vanilla shake and the total was $6.53 here in Southern California. Meals are around $5-$6.

    1. DEE MCNEIL says:

      And I just paid 8.01 for a number 3 which is a burger, fries and a medium drink. I think they have increased ther prices very recently.

  8. And they make the fries from fresh whole potatoes as you watch!

  9. Max Rivera says:

    this is reallly good

  10. Megan Glass says:

    I can’t wait to get out at in-n-out again soon.


    ‘ GET A FRENCH FRIE ????

  12. 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.

    1. yes, because bk double whoppers are coated in preservatives.. you are extremely dumb.

      1. Joseph Genther says:

        lol @Esther: You crack me up. That’s correct McDonalds and BK use loads of preservatives. In-N-Out uses all fresh and includes the fat, which gives it great juicy flavor.

  13. 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.

  14. You shouldn’t go to In-N-Out for the fries, let me say that right out the gate. They cut their potatoes FRESH all the time, and then they fry the cut potatoes to order. That might sound like a recipe for success, but when it comes to french fries…. it’s just not. You gotta soften the potato somehow before you fry it in order to get a delicious fry with a soft inside and crispy outside. Most places accomplish this by “double frying” them. That’s LOTS of fat/oil to get the perfect fry, which In-N-Out just doesn’t do. So, this is a good thing in that their fries are much healthier (as far as deep fried foods go), but the texture just isn’t what you’re looking for. If you were to order your burgers at In-N-Out, then drive to the nearest Jack to get your fries, I wouldn’t blame you.

    Also, the “limited menu” is very misleading. In-N-Out has a VERY vast Secret Menu that’s not really very secret. Shouldn’t really make a difference as far as tracking their prices go, because asking for different sauces or different bun alternatives won’t impact the price. But asking for more beef patties and cheese slices will.

    In the old days, you could get a 100×100 burger!!! (That’s 100 beef patties and 100 slices of cheese, but this were removed from offer because of… pfft… public outcry over health. It’s a SECRET MENU OPTION! It’s not being advertised to children’s faces… What’s the big deal?) Anyway, soap box aside, you’re limited to 4×4 as the maximum now, but you can have it in any arrangement you want: 4×3, 3×3, 3×4, 4×1, 2×1, 1×4 (that last one is ONE beefy patty, smothered in FOUR cheese slices… mmmmm) or any way you want it, as long as the max patties/slices is 4.

    It’s got great options, they’re delicious, they’re cheap, and the food is real animal product, unlike many other fast food alternatives.

    So take it from me, the listed menu above is NOT accurate to what’s actually on offer at any given In-N-Out. The prices may be right, but the full list is missing. It’s “secret” in name only. Most patrons know all about the menu, and they know how to order what they want all the time, and the registers are designed with these so-called “secret” orders so there’s no difficulty in recording the order. Walk in asking for a 4×3 with ketchup instead of the house sauce and grilled whole slice onions with mustard grilled patties and a side order of animal fries, and they know exactly what you want. By the way, that order is DELICIOUS! Try it out some time! =D

    1. In-N-Out just put up a brand new restaurant in Grants Pass and I got there today for lunch. Burger was fantastic and fried absolutely PERFECT. Sorry, JS. I cook my own fries like that, too, fresh skinned/sliced (but baked) and fresh fries are the only way to go.

    2. Fries are delicious just as they do them. I love the freshness and soggy fries just don’t make me happy

    3. i a gree to love fry and buger but I will try Tommy next i heard it better then i and out cili chese bugers

      1. Melvin Lew says:

        Tommy’s makes a great chili cheese burger…Been doing it a LONG TIME! The chili recipe is a company secret.

  15. I hadn’t had an In-N-Out burger in 15 years and just had one. They’re a bit smaller in diameter now, and the order of fries was a bit smaller, but they still tasted absolutely marvelous.

    Price change: Cheeseburgers are now $2.60 and fries $1.75, so update your prices, FFMP.


  16. katherine says:

    i love your fude <3

  17. Kelly Jennings says:

    I just eat there for the first time an it was good an the people who work there are good too

  18. Chris Murphy says:

    In-N-Out prices are much, much higher in the San Francisco Bay Area. This is because our area has a higher minimum wage ($15/hr) — and this labor cost is pushed to customers. A Double-Double combo is $9.20 (plus tax) now. A regular cheeseburger combo is $7.70 (plus tax). Unfortunately, this is the norm in the Bay Area because of higher minimum wage. The same is true about much-higher prices even at McDonald’s.

    1. The issue is not the higher minimum wage — it should be at least $15/hr all over the country. The issue is that corporations are so unbelievably disgustingly greedy that they push the labor cost onto customers. Lord knows the CEO’s still need to buy their 4th yacht, rather than pay their employees (who are making all that money) a fair wage.

  19. Whataburger for life!

  20. When us In and Out coming to Oklahoma?

    Your in Texas……you have a distribution. center in Tx.

    Come on,…..we are waiting. You will put our local Five Guys out of business!

  21. Christina Nixon says:

    Please put a store at Newnan Georgia!

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