Raising Cane’s is an American fast-food restaurant known for its famous chicken fingers. The restaurant started out in Louisiana and have since grown to more than 600 locations across the United States. Their menu is one of the most minimalistic offerings out there for a fast-food with the main entree of specialty chicken fingers.

Like everyone else in the food industry, Raising Cane’s has had to increase their menu prices across the board in 2024 to combat inflation. Here’s the up-to-date prices for everything on the menu below.

Raising Cane’s Combo Prices

Menu ItemVariationPrice
Box Combo4 Chicken Fingers, Crinkle Cut Fries, 1 Cane’s Sauce, Texas toast, Coleslaw, 22oz Fountain Drink/Tea$10.99
3 Finger Combo3 Chicken Fingers, Crinkle Cut Fries, 1 Cane’s Sauce, Texas toast, Coleslaw, 22oz Fountain Drink/Tea$9.23
Caniac Combo6 Chicken Fingers, Crinkle Cut Fries, 2 Cane’s Sauce, Texas toast, Coleslaw, 32oz Fountain Drink/Tea$15.99
Sandwich Combo3 Chicken Fingers,1 Cane’s Sauce, Lettuce, Toasted Bun, Crinkle Cut Fries, 22oz Fountain Drink/Tea$9.79
Kids Combo2 Chicken Fingers, Crinkle Cut Fries, 1 Cane’s Sauce, Kids 12oz Fountain Drink / Milk / Apple Juice$6.33

Raising Cane’s Tailgates & Jugs

Menu ItemPrice
25 Finger Tailgate$39.99
50 Finger Tailgate$77.99
75 Finger Tailgate$113.16
100 Finger Tailgate$135.80
200 Finger Tailgate$270.79
300 Finger Tailgate$405.78
Crinkle-Cut Fries$2.26
Cane's Sauce$0.39
Texas Toast$1.36

Raising Cane’s Extras

Menu ItemPrice
Chicken Finger$1.81
Crinkle-Cut Fries$2.26
Cane's Sauce$0.39
Texas Toast$1.36

Raising Cane’s Drinks

Menu ItemSize/QuantityPrice
Sweet TeaRegular$2.26
Sweet TeaLarge$2.71
Unsweet TeaRegular$2.26
Unsweet TeaLarge$2.71
Half Unsweet Tea/ Half Sweet TeaRegular$2.26
Half Unsweet Tea/ Half Sweet TeaLarge$2.71
Half Tea / Half LemonadeRegular$2.49
Half Tea / Half LemonadeLarge$2.99
Bottled Water16.9oz$2.26
Bottled Water20oz$2.71
LemonadeKids Drink$1.19
Sweet TeaKids Drink$1.19
Unsweet TeaKids Drink$1.19
Half Tea / Half LemonadeKids Drink$1.19
CokeKids Drink$1.19
Diet CokeKids Drink$1.19
Coke ZeroKids Drink$1.19
SpriteKids Drink$1.19
Dr PepperKids Drink$1.19
Barqs Root BeerKids Drink$1.19
Hi-C Fruit PunchKids Drink$1.19
Fanta OrangeKids Drink$1.19
MilkKids Drink$1.19
JuiceKids Drink$1.19
Sweet TeaJug$5.99
Unsweet TeaJug$5.99

FAQ’s About Raising Cane’s Menu

What menu items have been discontinued at Raising Cane’s?

Raising Cane’s offers a minimalist menu. It’s really just fries, chicken, and how much you want of either of these. It’s a rather safe business model for a fast-food restaurant but it works for them. As a result of this laser focused menu there no discontinued items that have come and gone aside from combo orders of their fries and chicken.

Raising Cane’s use 100% premium chicken tenderloins with no fillers or processed ingredients. What makes them even more special is that these chicken fingers are never frozen. Just like their fries are always cooked fresh, you can guarantee that every single piece of chicken fingers you get for your meals and combos are crisp and juicy.

Are there any discounts you can claim at Raising Cane’s? 

No, raising Cane’s does not have a company-wide policy on student and senior discounts. However, some locations do have them. They also have 10% military discounts at participating stores. Raising Cane’s offers free membership to the Caniac Club, exclusively in the US. The “Caniac Club” is a benefits program for members giving away freebies and exclusive deals. 

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Is Raising Cane’s More Affordable than Chick-fil-A? 

Raising Cane’s is roughly 25% more expensive to eat at than Chick-fil-A when you compare similar menu items evaluated below. Unsurprisingly, Raising Cane’s gets a lot of comparisons to their competitor Chick-fil-A. It makes sense. Both restaurants are laser focused on serving world-class chicken.

Chick-Fil-A Prices: 

  • 3-piece chicken strip meal (fries + drink): $6.25
  • 3-piece chicken strips: $3.35
  • 4-piece chicken strips: $4.39

Raising Cane’s Prices:

  •  3-finger combo meal (crinkle cut fries, coleslaw, Texas toast, and drink): $7.79 (24% more expensive than Chick-Fil-A)
  • 3 chicken fingers (must be ordered ala carte): $4.17 (24% more expensive than Chick-Fil-A)
  • 4 chicken fingers (must be ordered ala carte): $5.56 (26% more expensive than Chick-Fil-A)

As you can see, I wanted to make an apple to apples comparison between two menus. Raising Cane’s has a much smaller menu than Chick-Fil-A who sells nuggets, wraps, and spicy chicken sandwiches to name a few.

Both restaurants also offer a different options for sides when ordering meals. As a result, I only compared menu prices that stack up head to head with the chicken strips or fingers meal. Even with this rough comparison on price, you get a lot more food when you order from Raising Cane’s meals so keep that in mind with the limitations of this comparison.

What are the most popular menu items at Raising Cane’s?

Raising Cane’s essentially offers two menu items. Chicken and fries. Aside from their beverages, their chicken and fries are popular enough to keep the brand afloat. And with just 2 main items fronting the store, the rest of the menu are simply iterations of the two. You can order combos and various quantities of chicken, fries, and Texas toast. Nonetheless, check out their most popular combinations of orders below.

Caniac Combo

The Caniac Combo consists of 6 breaded chicken fingers, crinkle-cut fries, Texas Toast, coleslaw, and an extra large drink of your choice. It’s a huge meal that can be shared by two. Just don’t forget to add on some extra sauces.

Chicken Sandwich

The Raising Cane’s Chicken sandwich is made up of three pieces of their famous chicken fingers atop a lettuce bed filled with lots of sauce and held together by two buns.

Crinkle-cut Fries

Raising Cane’s fries are always freshly cooked in canola oil. The kitchen cooks only ever fry them once there is an order. Make sure that not one piece of your potatoes is old and re-fried. 

raising canes website

Raising Cane’s official website.

Kids Combo

The Kids Combo consists of two chicken fingers, crinkle-cut fries, one Cane’s sauce of their choice, and a 12-ounce soda or other beverage of their choice. It’s a kid’s version of the Caniac Combo, and it is just as loaded for a child as the latter is for adults.

Chicken Finger Combo

If the Caniac Combo is a little too much for your appetite, you can order the Chicken finger Combo. This is a lighter option that will give you a quick fix without the waste. The combo includes three famous chicken fingers, crinkle-cut fries, a side of coleslaw, a piece of Texas toast, and a 22-ounce drink.

Is there a secret menu at Raising Cane’s?

Raising Cane’s does not have an official secret menu. Considering the limited menu items already, it’s hard to even imagine what they could come up with without adding new ingredients. Customers can hardly even create their own secret menu through hacks since Raising Cane’s menu is basically just their famous chicken fingers and crinkle-cut fries.

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Are there any Raising Cane’s menu items for specialty diets? 

Raising Cane’s chicken fingers can be ordered dairy-free, making them “naked gingers”. This is basically removing the crispy batter from the dish and getting your seasoned chicken as they are sans batter. Aside from that, there aren’t many options for vegan or vegetarian diners.

Who is the target audience of Raising Cane’s menu?

With a menu like Raising Cane’s, it’s hard to pinpoint a demographic. Basically, anyone who enjoys the classic chicken and fries combo are what they are all about. The catch is, the food is actually good with no gimmicks. Just perfectly seasoned Louisiana-style chicken and fresh savory fries. They target their ads toward the younger generation but many of their contributing customers are also middle-aged consumers with a family. 

I’ll admit that I was skeptical when I first saw a Raising Cane’s opening in my SoCal town only 3 years ago. The company was opening a location across the street from an extremely busy Chic-fil-A location and I didn’t think the restaurant would stand a chance. After discovering the menu was almost exclusively made up of chicken wings, I didn’t know if there would be enough demand for the concept either.

Obviously, I was wrong. The Raising Cane’s location opened up with tremendous fanfare and the double drive-thru lanes were packed with vehicles at lunch and dinner. After tasting the menu and sampling the Cane’s Sauce, I became a believer in the company.