Tomorrow, that all changes because Midtown Row is offering a new deal — two frozen double-doubles (two beef patties, lettuce, tomato, spread [a cousin to Thousand Island dressing], American cheese and optional onions) for $50, plus $6 shipping and handling [h/t Eater].
Purists may argue with the fact that the burgers are frozen — fresh patties being the hallmark of In-N-Out, although there's really no other way to get them to you. The burgers are shipped overnight and are available in the classic form or animal-style (a mustard-cooked patty, pickles, extra spread and grilled onions).
At $28 a shot, this is easily one of the most expensive (if not the most) expensive burger in Kansas City. And the history of reheated fast food does not have a good track record, although ask an ex-Chicagoan about the lengths they'll go to to get a proper deep dish pie and you'll realize that sense memory can sometimes overwhelm common sense.
If you're looking for the complete experience, I guess you can always take your burgers out to your car in your driveway. But just know fries don't come with this order.