PRINGLES - Buy ONE GET TWO FREE!! ~From 28th April~ @ Sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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From 28th April and for the first time ever , Sainsburys will be running a buy one get TWO free offer on Pringles in stores.

Meaning 3 pots of pringles for just 68p each :)

Suspect this will be online aswell...

Just thought i'd give every pringle lover the heads up ;)

Online aswell!
- nicster08

Only includes:
BBQ
Cheese & Onion
Original
Prawn Cocktail
Salt & Vinegar
Sour Cream & Onion
- nicster08
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#1
Just curious...why is this cold?
[mod]#2
wilmund
Just curious...why is this cold?


Not sure
I thought 68p for a pack of Pringles was good
Heated
banned#3
hot deal, but of course, pringles have shrunk, and the full size used to be 79p, but we have to get used to it i suppose,

I remember when this was all fields......
#4
or u cud just say its about 80p cheaper than buying 3 individual tubes !
#5
It's online aswell

Add 3 for the price of 1 ends 4th May
#6
jubbyme;8442900
hot deal, but of course, pringles have shrunk, and the full size used to be 79p, but we have to get used to it i suppose,

I remember when this was all fields......

Yep they are probably only doing it due to the bad press about shirking pringles tube sizes on Watchdog last night.....
#7
I buy about 5 tubes per week, this is HAWT!
#8
just bought 4 from asda for 99p each and i thought that was cheap!!!
#9
One tube of Pringles = £2.03!! Surley that's just deeply wrong:thinking: (good average price though)
#10
Great price - now we can all be massively fat like the yanks!!!

Two tubes = 1 day's worth of calories. Just sayin'........
#11
Hot!
Morrisons have also had the extreme flavours for 99p each for the past week.
#12
Has ANYONE ever payed £2.03 for a pack of pringles? and not been at an airport or something?

i mean it is an ok deal, but why do they pretend these things actually sale at £2.03 lol , this just irritates me :-D
#13
Great news for all you fatties out there
#14
69p at home bargains. ok not much of a choice but still cheap
#15
its not the first time, they did the same offer few months back
#16
jayjayuk1234
Has ANYONE ever payed £2.03 for a pack of pringles? and not been at an airport or something?

i mean it is an ok deal, but why do they pretend these things actually sale at £2.03 lol , this just irritates me :-D


not as bad as the mini tubes that are £1-£1.50 in pubs planes trains and service stations!
#17
:thumbsup:
#18
I am seeing pringles increasingly priced at £2.02 etc then marked up as half price at £1.01 etc since when have pringles cost that much, this is a good deal, but just the price manipulation is annoying
#19
At full price they are not worth it, but this offer makes them a deal, my lads 18th in a fortnight and the food for the party is costing us a fortune, every pound we can save with deals like this makes a big difference, heat added!
#20
Good price, but small saving.

£2.03 for a pack of pringles, pfffft. Morrisons did this kind of deal too a few months ago, put up their price for the minimum amount of time needed (e.g. £1.99), then said they were on offer at 99p or something half price.
#21
Hot :thumbsup:
#22
WorKid
Two tubes = 1 day's worth of calories. Just sayin'........

You don't have to eat them all at once! Should easily last one person a week, if not more.
#23
lol It reminds me of the beer crates you get, Asda and tesco etc doing offers now and again 2 for £16 etc
But you end up with 16 cans or 20 bottles :( I remember when you used to get a full size 24 cans and bottles for the same 2 for £16

Or like bud used to 330mls or whatevea now its 300

Rant over, but you can see we still get ripped off
#24
£2.03?

you must be jokingggggg
#25
Pringles ftw.
#26
Ever since Pringles got classed as cakes they've been increasing their prices more and more. Odd since that would've allowed them to price their crisps much lower and shift more (no VAT).

Good deal but Pringles otherwise are heavily overpriced. As much as I like them, Cheese & Onion Walkers are the greatest crisps ever made :)
#27
Always take full size Pringles on your Ryaniar flight as on board the mini tubs are over £2 and in light of current reports you can pee in the empty tub as they are watertight.......thats another £1 saved.
#28
Pringles are just fat in a tube.

I was put off them when I was shown that they actually catch alight like a petrol soaked rag, due to the amount of fat in them...just try it yourself, light one corner of a pingle and watch your hands...

(Don't try this at home kids!)
#29
How much fat in sawdust then?.......that burns pretty well,but i will still stick to Pringles
#30
we are getting more like america each day

http://www.joeydevilla.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/fat_america.jpg
#31
bman
Ever since Pringles got classed as cakes they've been increasing their prices more and more. Odd since that would've allowed them to price their crisps much lower and shift more (no VAT).


How on Earth did the VAT man manage to class Pringles as a cake?! I knew the old one about Jaffa cakes and how they left it out ovenight to see if it went soggy (and would therefore be a biscuit) or hard (and therefore be a cake) but I've never hear of Pringles being anything other than a pretend crisp. Bizarre!

Edited to add just googled it and after finding out why they are classed as a cake I'm not going to eat any ever again!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7490346.stm
#32
<50% potato, massive fat content. Enjoy.
#33
wilmund
Just curious...why is this cold?


It's dishonest. When were Pringles ever £2.08 a pack?
#34
antenna
Always take full size Pringles on your Ryaniar flight as on board the mini tubs are over £2 and in light of current reports you can pee in the empty tub as they are watertight.......thats another £1 saved.

looooooool
#35
lol @ only fat people eat Pringles.
#36
WorKid
<50% potato, massive fat content. Enjoy.


I will. Thankyou.
#37
Common Sense
It's dishonest. When were Pringles ever £2.08 a pack?


Erm trying searching pringles into sainsburys website ? :thumbsup:
#38
ChipSticks
lol @ only fat people eat Pringles.


Not really. I love 'em and I run 30 miles a week, cycle to work and work out daily.

So long as you exercise moderately you can enjoy your delicious pringles :)
#39
Tubes in our asda are 2 quid for the extreme flavours never bought one tho get mine from Iceland or netto for a quid hot deal !!!
#40
Off to America soon will get a few for the plane trip unroll I can have those delecious cheetos that turn your fingers orange lol

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