It cost me $9.49 for a double cheeseburger. I was able to customize my toppings, but I went with pickles, onions, and Shack sauce, which is a creamy, mayonnaise-based spread.The burger patties were perfectly crispy on the outside and covered in gooey melted cheese. The pickles also looked large and homemade. It was even heavy to pick up.However, despite being the most expensive burger, I thought it was worth the price. The burger patties were much thicker than the other burgers I tried, and the toppings definitely took it over the edge in terms of flavor.Overall, I was impressed ... but stuffed. I also thought my burger could have been a bit more well-done, which is simply a personal preference.You can get Cook Out in multiple Southern states, with the highest concentration of locations in North Carolina. You can order a Big Double from Cook Out any way you wish, but I ordered mine with cheese, ketchup, mustard, onions, and pickles. It cost me $3.89, not including tax, making it the cheapest of the three burgers I tried.It also had thick slices of fresh onion and large pickle spears layered on top of the burger.The cheese slices were thick and tangy, and the burger was perfectly moist and medium-rare. It was also very large, and, after already eating dinner, I struggled to get through more than a few bites, though I kept wanting to go back for more.At an amazingly low price, this burger definitely earned the second-to-top spot on my ranking.In-N-Out became California's first drive-thru hamburger stand when it opened in 1948. While the chain has expanded to other states on the West Coast, it's still regarded as a primarily Californian chain.It cost me $4.50, which I thought was an excellent deal for the large burger sitting in front of me. One of the first things I noticed was how thick the burger patties were, they were much thicker than other burgers I tried at a similar price point.Most Double-Double burgers come with lettuce, tomato, onions, and spread. To keep my burger similar to the other burgers I tried, I ordered it with onions, pickles, and spread, which I thought tasted similar to Thousand Island dressing.The cheese slices were perfectly melted and coated each part of the burger, something I couldn't say about any other burger I tried.The bun was perfectly soft and held everything together perfectly, while the special spread had my mouth watering for another bite.I thought when it came to a double cheeseburger, the West Coast chain really nailed it. The burger was beyond flavorful, the perfect size, and, in my opinion, very good value for money. The next time I'm in a state with an In-N-Out, I know where I'll be filling my burger craving.