Sneak peek at Jamba Juice/Auntie Anne’s ahead of Saturday’s opening

 Jamba Juice/Auntie Anne's

The big day for Wichita’s first dual Jamba Juice/Auntie Anne’s is this Saturday, January 27. It all starts with a big grand opening that runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Finally, fans don’t have to trek inside the mall to get Auntie Anne’s or leave Wichita to get their hands on Jamba Juice.

10209 West 29th St. N., Wichita, KS 67205

Monday – Saturday: 10am – 9pm
Sunday: 10am – 6pm

Cash/Card Accepted

I stopped this week to get a sneak peek at what fans can expect with Jamba Juice/Auntie Anne’s arrival.

Jamba Juice/Auntie Anne's

The standalone store at the southeast corner of 29th and Maize comes with a drive-thru, which is perfect for the cold days Wichita has been dealing with. Customers also have the option of going inside, where they can order smoothies, fruit bowls, hot pretzels and more from the counter-service restaurant.

By using the app, there’s also a mobile order pick up option available.

We picked up a strawberries wild smoothie along with our typical Auntie Anne’s order of original pretzels with cheese and cinnamon sugar pretzels.

Jamba Juice/Auntie Anne's

For those wondering if an east side is in the works, well, the answer is YES! I spoke with the owners and the hope is to have an east side location, hopefully later this year.

Until then, follow Jamba Juice/Auntie Anne’s on Instagram and mark your calendars for this Saturday’s opening!

Here’s the menu:

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1 thought on “Sneak peek at Jamba Juice/Auntie Anne’s ahead of Saturday’s opening”

  1. It looks beautiful, but here’s the thing: Jamba has the worst customer service in the industry. It’s all good until you have a problem, and then you will never ever ever be able to get it fixed. You have to be a magician to reach a human being in customer service, and if you do manage to pull that off, the person will be rude and completely unhelpful. I honestly don’t know how Jamba stays in business, having so little respect for their customers.

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