PRINGLES ~ BUY ONE GET TWO FREE!! £2.03 ~ (68p each) ~ From Wednesday @ Sainsbury's - HotUKDeals
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~~BUY ONE GET 2 FREE~~
From Wednesday 29th until Sunday 3rd
Makes it 68p each!

Pringles BBQ 165g
Pringles Cheese & Onion 165g
Pringles Original 165g
Pringles Prawn Cocktail 165g
Pringles Salt & Vinegar 165g
Pringles Sour Cream & Onion 165g

LIMITED TO 6 PER CUSTOMER!
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#1
Tescos 99p

Pringles BBQ, Sour Cream & Onion, Original plus others

B
#2
bomberman
Tescos 99p

Pringles BBQ, Sour Cream & Onion, Original plus others

B


But this deal makes them 68p each - cheaper than tesco!
#3
was going to get some from Tesco on saturday - glad I didn't. Hot Deal
#4
no way were they 2.03 each they very clever u not buying 1 getting 2 free u buyin 2 n gettin 1 free - i aint voted btw
#5
vicknanth
no way were they 2.03 each they very clever u not buying 1 getting 2 free u buyin 2 n gettin 1 free - i aint voted btw


They've been £2.03 since the VAT went back up to 17.5%
They'll be even more expensive in January 2011 with the 20% VAT!

Edited By: nicster08 on Sep 26, 2010 21:24: edit
6 Likes #6
vicknanth
no way were they 2.03 each they very clever u not buying 1 getting 2 free u buyin 2 n gettin 1 free - i aint voted btw


It's good to learn how to use commas, especially if you want to help your uncle, Jack, off a horse.
#7
They haven't been this cheap for ages. Hot.
#8
vicknanth
no way were they 2.03 each they very clever u not buying 1 getting 2 free u buyin 2 n gettin 1 free - i aint voted btw


That's how much they are at full price
#9
Bought a couple from Tesco for 99p, thought that was cheap!!!......now stocking up for christmas at this price !!!
#10
paul_merton
vicknanth
no way were they 2.03 each they very clever u not buying 1 getting 2 free u buyin 2 n gettin 1 free - i aint voted btw


It's good to learn how to use commas, especially if you want to help your uncle, Jack, off a horse.


Very good! Messy consequences otherwise!
#11
Thanks:)
1 Like #12
£1.83 with staff discount, will be grabbing some on Wednesday.

A note to those going to stock up they will be max 9 per customer (In total).


Edited By: Merson316 on Sep 26, 2010 22:48: Added to OP
#13
Edited the deal, cheers Merson316!
#14
what's the point, Sainsbury has increased the price of 1 and offered 2 free with it :)
#15
vikasbhasin
what's the point, Sainsbury has increased the price of 1 and offered 2 free with it :)


They haven't increased the price. They've been £2.03 since January!
#16
there isnt usually VAT on food(complicated exceptions)
nicster08
vicknanth
no way were they 2.03 each they very clever u not buying 1 getting 2 free u buyin 2 n gettin 1 free - i aint voted btw


They've been £2.03 since the VAT went back up to 17.5%
They'll be even more expensive in January 2011 with the 20% VAT!
#17
sorry but these aren't worth 2 quid its just a pricing trick I see these 'half price' all the time. It's still a decent deal however and there certainly worth 68p.
#18
There is VAT on food. Sweets, crisps, cakes etc...(junk food)

effingandjeffing
there isnt usually VAT on food(complicated exceptions)
nicster08
vicknanth
no way were they 2.03 each they very clever u not buying 1 getting 2 free u buyin 2 n gettin 1 free - i aint voted btw


They've been £2.03 since the VAT went back up to 17.5%
They'll be even more expensive in January 2011 with the 20% VAT!
#19
£2.02 for a bag of crisps :{
I think i'm in the wrong business
1 Like #20
Voted cold, purely for the price manipulation. £2.03 indeed! They're taking us all for chumps.
#21
Besides, 68p per tube isn't even that great considering you have to buy 3. How this ever got to 630 degrees I'll never know.
1 Like #22
yup- anyone paying 2.03 for a pot of pringles is nuts! - especially as once you pop, you can't stop... you'll have no money left in no time!

68p works out as a good price from the deal - but as others have said it's not really a buy one get two free offer as the price is well overinflated!!!!!!
#23
In Tesco's they're half price, at 99p - so that means when they aren't, they're £2.

You get two free when you buy them for the standard price at Sainsburys. Three tubes for £2! Compare that to Tescos, or the usual cost of Pringles and it's a bit of a bargain when you think about it, I can't see why people fail to see that this is a pretty hot deal.

However, I don't really like Pringles - so the missus can go bother getting them if she fancies any :D
#24
Regardless of whether they've increased the regular price or not, getting them fo 68p a pot is still a bargain.
#25
Pringles are £1 at Adsa

Usual price £1.64 not over £2 LOL!
#26
nicster08
There is VAT on food. Sweets, crisps, cakes etc...(junk food)

effingandjeffing
there isnt usually VAT on food(complicated exceptions)
nicster08
vicknanth
no way were they 2.03 each they very clever u not buying 1 getting 2 free u buyin 2 n gettin 1 free - i aint voted btw


They've been £2.03 since the VAT went back up to 17.5%
They'll be even more expensive in January 2011 with the 20% VAT!
i told you its much more complicated than junk food = vat:

Tortilla chips, corn chips, bagel chips, cocktail cheese savouries and Twiglets®. Prawn crackers made from tapioca
Savoury snacks consisting of sliced and dried or roasted vegetables other than potatoes for example beetroot, carrot etc
Roasted pulses and legumes, for example chick peas and lentils=0%vat

Potato crisps, potato sticks, potato puffs, and similar products including those made from a combination of potato starch or flour and cereal flour if the end product has the taste and texture of a potato product .Prawn crackers made from cereals (but not unpackaged prawn crackers, for example, those supplied in unsealed bags as part of a takeaway meal) = 17.5% vat

Edited By: effingandjeffing on Sep 27, 2010 10:56: ..
#27
doritos =0% walkers=17.5%
#28
Pringles over priced rubbish, but as this IS the best price for them in the big supermarkets voted hot!

We all know the pricing tricks and don't need lessons on it, the final price is the only factor to consider here....if you like Pringles that is
3 Likes #29
MAIA
Pringles over priced rubbish


http://static.open.salon.com/files/fat_woman_on_scooter_31238072543.jpg

how very dare you
2 Likes #30
regardless of how it is marketed. The fact that the price per box is averaging just under 70p is defo a hot deal.
#31
HereKittyKitty
Besides, 68p per tube isn't even that great considering you have to buy 3. How this ever got to 630 degrees I'll never know.


Sir, i concur. Horrid, processed rubbish and extremely overpriced, even at this price. You are paying for crisp uniformity and the stupid tube. Marketing Marketing Marketing.
#32
Since when does a pack of Pringles cost £2.03 in the first instance?
#33
I can't understand why people have hijacked the deal by arguing the usual price of a tube or the quality (I use that term loosly) of Pringles.

For those out there that love Pringles, which is why most probably clicked on this deal then 68p a tube is a huge discount on what they'd usually pay.

HereKittyKitty
Besides, 68p per tube isn't even that great considering you have to buy 3. How this ever got to 630 degrees I'll never know.
Of course, most people shopping at Sainsburys only go their to buy milk and bread so would frown at having to fork out over £2 on nibbles during their visit.

Edited By: Blaiz on Sep 27, 2010 12:55: .
#34
Nice One :-)
#35
hot :)
#36
Nice I need some beer chips :3
#37
wonder what will ofcom sorry ofwat no sorry rspca oh np sorry ofsted gotta to say about this price manipulation
#38
or was it watchdog
#39
Excellent deal!!!
#40
Voted hot as 68p is a good deal regardless of price manipulation.

However, i do agree, that most places don't sell them at over £2 (even if this is RRP) - the majority of places tend to sell them at around £1.50 per tube and often less!

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