They're back! Get yourself a Pringles Snack Pot - Free! (When you buy 2 tubes of Pringles / £1.25 each) @ Asda - HotUKDeals
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They're back! Get yourself a Pringles Snack Pot - Free! (When you buy 2 tubes of Pringles / £1.25 each) @ Asda

£1.25 @ Asda
All the 90's kids will remember these. These are back for a limited time - Buy 2 tubes of Pringles, get one of these free! Subject to availability. Read More
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All the 90's kids will remember these. These are back for a limited time - Buy 2 tubes of Pringles, get one of these free!

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But Pringles already come in their own single-serving packaging...
10 Likes
Look good for storing dentures too. Double win.
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But how can you only eat that small amount? I eat at least half a tube!

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#1
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1 Like #2
Wahay! I've been craving one of these since I was little.

Thanks OP :D
[mod]#3
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#4
Still got one of these!

Is this a send off two codes job? Because Pringles promos like that usually have stupid P&P costs.
3 Likes #5
No, you just pick them up in the box on the shelf
#6
plebbygiraffe
Still got one of these!
Is this a send off two codes job? Because Pringles promos like that usually have stupid P&P costs.
No P&P job. They're with the Pringles :)

Mr Hunter
No, you just pick them up in the box on the shelf
What he said ^^
#7
That's exactly what I need. I often give my kids a few pringles in their lunch box but have never been able to find a perfectly sized container. Bet there aren't any left though when I get a chance to go and look :(
#8
what are they? ... plates for your princes?
#9
Omg, blast from the past!!!
2 Likes #10
snowflake75
what are they? ... plates for your princes?

You can put the Pringles in the pot and pop them in a lunchbox etc so they don't get smashed.

Or if you have children who argue and say 'he had more than meeeeee' then each child has their own pot and everyone is happy X)
Mine was blue!
2 Likes #11
I picked one up yesterday at asda. Little one had a tantrum. He couldn't open it to get to the limited edition pizza flavoured pringles!
1 Like #12
Heat for nostalgia reasons
1 Like #13
sickly sweet
snowflake75
what are they? ... plates for your princes?

You can put the Pringles in the pot and pop them in a lunchbox etc so they don't get smashed.

Or if you have children who argue and say 'he had more than meeeeee' then each child has their own pot and everyone is happy X)
Mine was blue!


cool 8)
10 Likes #14
Look good for storing dentures too. Double win.
#15
I saw these in my local asda about a week ago first thing I thought was dentures... lol
#16
Lunchbox nostalgia
7 Likes #17
But how can you only eat that small amount? I eat at least half a tube!
#18
But once I pop, I can't stop.
44 Likes #19
But Pringles already come in their own single-serving packaging...
#20
leepea
But Pringles already come in their own single-serving packaging...
I agree. But think of the children. :D

Edited By: FantasyDeals on Aug 24, 2016 16:15
1 Like #21
Are they not snack size all ready nom nom nom
#22
Thx - just got one
1 Like #23
I have a glitter pink one from the late 90's somewhere! X) I swear modern Pringles chips are smaller and there would be a gap around them if I put them in my old holder!

Edited By: David23 on Aug 24, 2016 16:59
#24
David23
I have a glitter pink one from the late 90's somewhere! X) I swear modern Pringles chips are smaller and there would be a gap around them if I put them in my old holder!
Same here! I still use it even now!
#25
I'd forgotten all about these!
#26
Wow, I was moaning to my family the other day about how the smaller Pringles tubes were such a waste and how in the late 90s they had reusable plastic containers. Definitely going to try and snag some of these.

Was there a press release, or just spotted in ASDA stores?

Edited By: imdave on Aug 24, 2016 18:16: .
#27
It was all going so well and then someone mentioned.... dentures ;)
1 Like #28
imdave
Wow, I was moaning to my family the other day about how the smaller Pringles tubes were such a waste and how in the late 90s they had reusable plastic containers. Definitely going to try and snag some of these.
Was there a press release, or just spotted in ASDA stores?
Spotted this myself today, press release was 2 days ago :)
#29
msmyth
http://i.makeagif.com/media/3-03-2014/VJBgvk.gif

Thats never Brad Pitt is it lol
#30
Toon_army
msmyth
http://i.makeagif.com/media/3-03-2014/VJBgvk.gif

Thats never Brad Pitt is it lol


Well, I guess some girls like to see him pop his top!

oO
#31
So you pay £2.50 to get 2 1/4 Pringles??
#32
no way can you fit a packet of pringles in that holder. I shall just take the tube :)

oh and remember these from far too many years ago

Edited By: ch7leach on Aug 24, 2016 19:43
#33
Worst idea ever... who in their right mind doesn't eat a whole tube?
1 Like #34
omg i remember taking these to school as a kid! brilliant.
#35
Currently dieting, but think a late night/early morning trip to asda is order as I need some of these!! Had red and green as a kid!
#36
Wow i remember the Pringles pop boxes and buying cans of Pringles just to get one back then i'd demolish a whole can of original flavour in one sitting now i try really had to spread it out over a few days
#37
Six cans of Pringles later, I'm home...
1 Like #38
kristoff1875
Six cans of Pringles later, I'm home...

Six cans - before you got home? Epic ;)
2 Likes #39
Oh why oh why oh why...I found a pile of these in the bottom of one of my kitchen cupboards at the weekend and decided they were just taking up space and I had absolutely no use for them so yes much to my shame I have to admit I threw them out...and yes after seeing this deal I am now regretting it big style :(

Admittedly the denture comment reminded me of the alternative use my friend and I found for one of these...ehm yes well it was the perfect coffin for her younger sister's goldfish...I hasten to add it was dead prior to being put in it oO

Edited By: tiggerloveslife on Aug 25, 2016 04:00
#40
VDisillusioned
kristoff1875
Six cans of Pringles later, I'm home...

Six cans - before you got home? Epic ;)


That would be impressive

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