Oct 21, 2020

A Look at Jack in the Box's Chicken-Scented Mask But You'll Have to Be Fast to Get One on October 23, 2020

Jack in the Box will be giving away a limited number of free chicken-scented face masks to customers that visit on October 23, 2020, while supplies last, to celebrate the new Unchicken sandwiches they're testing. They sent me one of the masks so I figured I'd let you guys know what you can expect.

The chicken-scented face mask comes in a larger version of the paperboard containers that some fast food chains use for their turnover-style pies. The back of the box includes a coupon good for a free order of medium regular or curly fries with any purchase that's good through December 23, 2020.

The mask itself comes in a resealable plastic baggie along. It actually doesn't smell like chicken out of the bag. Instead, included in the paperboard container is what appears to be a cotton/paper disc sealed in plastic and printed with a Jack's head logo and the words, "do not eat!"

The mask is made of 95 percent polyester and 5 percent elastane (AKA spandex). It's double-layered with an opening to slide the aroma disc in. The front is patterned with a combination of Jack's head logos, the words, "chicken scented," the Jack in the Box logo, and a graphic of an Unchicken sandwich. It has two adjusted, elastic straps to secure it to your ears.

As far as the smell goes, it's not as dead-on as the bacon aroma of the Hormel bacon-scented mask but does fall somewhere in the ballpark of a fried chicken smell tinged with a bit of rubbing alcohol. On the plus side, it doesn't make me hungry.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thanks for commenting. If it helps any, you don't need to type a URL to leave a name.