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Who Has the Best 420 Munchie Deals? |

For years fast food chains more or less catered to late-night cannabis consumers, without ever making it official—that is up until recently. In 2018, the Chronic News’ running list of fast food joints offering deals this April 20 includes, but is not limited to: Wingstop, Cheba Hut, Del Taco, Jimmy John’s, Chronic Tacos, Jack in the Box, and Fatburger.

It is very common to report on the munchies. As a first step, many mainstream food outlets that are able to satisfy the munchies have begun to embrace cannabis. 

There are many 420 fast food deals that can go wrong. In 2019, Carl’s Jr. launched the infamous CBD burger, the CBD-infused “Rocky Mountain High: CheeseBurger Delight,” but only the limited edition Santa Fe Sauce contained 5mg of CBD. Other marketers have gone beyond the limits of marketing.

Let’s take a look at what chains are openly marketing to cannabis consumers. Fast food restaurants are being creative this year with additional terpenes and rolling papers. They also offer free delivery so that you don’t have to drive while stoned.



Wingstop is honoring their cannabis-loving patrons with a limited-edition, terpene-infused flavor, Blazed & Glazed, which is only available from April 18 through 22, while supplies last. You can order from anywhere in the country at Wingstop.comYou can also use the Wingstop app.

The new flavor balances ingredients such as a terpenes, hemp seeds, strawberry, and cayenne pepper to give fans “the second-best herbal experience they could have on 4/20.” Wink-wink. 

“Flavor is what puts Wingstop in a category of one, and we recognize that many fans turn to our brand to satisfy their munchies craving, Wingstop Chief Growth Officer Marisa Carona told Chronic News. “In typical Wingstop fashion, we wanted to go one step further and create a limited-time flavor for 420 that has a unique flavor profile, and may even produce a mouth-tingling sensation.” 

“So, we bring you Blazed & Glazed,” she said.

Blazed & Glazed wings don’t contain any THC, but any experienced cannabis consumer knows that terpenes are part of the magic when it comes to flavor. 

Wingstop is even taking part in one of San Francisco’s biggest holiday get-togethers where smokers converge on a massive scale. The Wingstop food truck will be bringing free Blazed & Glazed wings directly to Hippie Hill in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park on April 20. Imagine the festival goers’ hunger pangs being satisfied.

Read the Press Release here and see some images.

Cheba Hut

Chebahut is joining the fray, you can guess. This April 20, Cheba Hut, a cannabis-inspired restaurant, is partnering with Long Play, a national cannabis portfolio company that prioritizes sustainable cultivation practices, to offer “nug-sized sandwiches” that are served on a frisbee with a side of Willie’s Reserve™ rolling papers for, you guessed it, $4.20.

But Cheba Hut’s approach to its deal sets it apart from the rest. Each rolling paper comes with a QR code that customers can scan to enter for a chance to win a trip to the The Emerald Cup in Hollywood, along with two Willies Reserve™ gift packs. You must be at least 21 years of age to participate in the QR code giveaway. The winner will be announced May 2nd.

This deal is valid at Cheba Hut locations across 15 US states: Arkansas, Arizona and California; Colorado, Florida; Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana; Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, Texas; Wisconsin.

“Cheba Hut is a Colorado-based company, and Willie’s Reserve is also based in Colorado,” Nicole Kennebeck, marketing director at Willie’s Reserve™ told Chronic News. “That’s where Long Play is also based. Both of us saw the opportunity to raise our voices together in a playful way. It wasn’t just focused on cannabis sales, but as the cannabis community as a whole. 

“Cheba Hut makes cannabis strain-named sandwiches so it’s a fun space for us to be in,” Kennebeck added. Cheba Hut Toasted Subs was started in 1998 by Scott Jennings. Before other subs were toast, it offered 420 deals annually.

Del Taco

Del Taco

This year, Del Taco isn’t missing out either. For a limited time, Del Taco will offer Five Chicken Cheddar Rollers at $4.20. 

“Del Taco’s 4/20 Rollerdaze deal is timed to coincide with the unofficial national cannabis holiday to fulfill those mass munchie needs, but whether you wake and bake or don’t partake everyone can enjoy a smokin’ deal in the Del Yeah! Rewards app to try the new Chicken Cheddar Rollers,” the company stated in a news release. 

For this particular 420 deal, you must register with the Del Yeah!™ Rewards program in order to access the deal. This promotion is available only on orders placed through the Del Yeah!™ Rewards app, according to the website. 

You will save if you add the Chicken Cheddar Rollers bundle for $4.20 to your cart. Offer not required. Only valid Wednesday, April 20, 2022 One discount per purchase is allowed. No other coupon or discount is allowed. No cash value. Participation and price may differ. This does not apply to third-party delivery companies.

Del Taco also offers a free delivery service on April 20, but only for responsible customers.

The app is also required to access the Free Delivery promotion and available only on delivery orders placed though the Del Yeah!™ Rewards app. 

Jimmy John’s

Jimmy John’s, purveyors of mouth-watering sandwiches, is providing a 420 with a unique twist: a sliding scale discount based on how high you are. You read it correctly.

The Thrillist reports that on April 20, Jimmy John’s will have an “elevation checker” site where you can enter your location to get a discount of up to 20% off a sub based on if you are “not so high,” “kinda high,” or “highest.” This is by far one of the most innovative 420 deals Chronic News has encountered.

For the occasion, the company will host a party in Leadville Colorado. Leadville is home to many great cannabis businesses. Visit To learn more about this deal, and to access discounts codes.

Chronic Tacos

Three-generation recipe from Chronic Tacos. Chronic Tacos will be offering a buy one burrito or a “bowl-rito” at regular price, get the second for $4.20, however the offer excludes Fish, Shrimp, Steak, Surf & Turf burritos, Beyond Beef, and Cali Burritos. All Chronic Tacos stores will have the deal.

Chronic Tacos is a Southern California-based company that has more than 60 locations across America, Canada and Japan.

On the menu, you’ll find a wide variety of traditional Mexican items including tacos, burritos, and bowl-ritos, along with some non-traditional items such as California burrito and Chronic Fries. 

The offer can be purchased in stores, on the Chronic Tacos mobile app and online at the Chronic Tacos site.

Jack in the Box

Everybody on the West Coast or Texas is near a Jack in the Box. The chain also has locations in other states. With the Pineapple Express shake, Jack in the Box will be joining the fray. The Pineapple Express Shake is actually available the whole month of April, but it’s only $4.20 on April 20, as well as every flavor of shake on the menu. 

Jack in the Box will plant one tree for every Pineapple Express Shake ordered through third-party delivery services on April 20. However, there are some restrictions. Also, the shake sizes have been changed from the traditional to the applicable ounces through third-party delivery apps. This deal is only available for a short time.

All 420 deals are not always smooth. Seth Rogen made a Twitter remark about Jack in the Box, stating that the Pineapple express film was not in any way connected to the deal.

Don’t forget to check out “Jack Loves Trees,” created in partnership with Ryan Reynolds’ creative agency Maximum Effort.


Fatburger offered a 420 deal in 2013 according to Food BeastThe OG Fatburger will be available for $4.20 and free delivery throughout April for orders over $20. Fatburger warns that there are some restrictions. The deal does not apply to orders received via third party delivery apps.

According to reports, this year the chain will go one better.

Food Beast reports that a strain of weed will be named after Fatburger’s hand-scooped Strawberry Milkshake. The weed will only be sold at Wonderbrett dispensaries, such as Fatburger Strawberry Milkshake Live Rein Cartridges or Flower Chews.