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Free Grab Bag of Walkers crisps with tomorrows The Sun
Free Grab Bag of Walkers crisps with tomorrows The Sun

Free Grab Bag of Walkers crisps with tomorrows The Sun

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Just received this in an email, I know you've got to buy the paper and theres loads on here that dont like The Sun, but hey its a free packet of crisps and some might see the paper at work or something, so might be good for some.

Once again we've teamed up with Walkers to bring you a great offer - try for free the finalists in Walkers 'Do us a flavour' competition and then vote for your favourite to decide which one stays permanently on the UK's supermarket shelves.

From tomorrow until Saturday we're giving you the chance each day to sample one of two tasty new flavours vying for your vote.

Simply look out for your coupon in paper and take it along to your nearest participating Tesco to claim your FREE Grab Bag packet. Then, get voting for the flavour YOU want to eat more of.

Take your pick from:

Thursday - Fish & Chips or Chilli & Chocolate
Friday - Builders Breakfast or Crispy Duck & Hoisin
Saturday - Cajun Squirrel or Onion Bhaji


Claim your FREE packet each day, and don't forget to vote for your favourite at walkers.co.uk

29 Comments

In my own opinion both the Fish and Chips and Chilli and Choc taste disgusting. I find both the Builders Breakfast and Onion Bhaji to be the best tasting, whilst Cajun Squirrel is quite nice and the Crispy Duck & Hoisin is so-so.

How much is a packet of these crisps in the shops?

You are probably better off just buying the crisp and reading the back of the packet, it is more informative than reading the Sun

Just had fish and chips and thought they were horrible. MY mate and aunty both said the chilli chocolate was discusting. Builders breakfast wasnt horrible it was just not interesting. Ive got some crispy duck to try later!!

Tom Pickering;4418015

How much is a packet of these crisps in the shops?



Just cost me 55p at my local corner shop.

My teenage son and his friends actually threw away a packet of the chocolate and chilli - saying they were horrible. Unheard of - he usually eats anything and lots of it !!!

shopaholic;4418085

My teenage son and his friends actually threw away a packet of the … My teenage son and his friends actually threw away a packet of the chocolate and chilli - saying they were horrible. Unheard of - he usually eats anything and lots of it !!!



My wife likes them, I ate three and couldnt stomach any more!....left her the rest of the packet.

Plenty of offers on in the supermarkets of multipack varieties of these crisps to try....one persons taste is obviously going to be different to anothers...

Builders Breakfast or Fish and Chips win it hands down for me. :thumbsup:

Think Chilli Chocolate is some kind of 'sick' joke....... Yuck!

Banned

you can get the mutipack of 6(its 2 of 3 flavours) for £1 at poundland

just my opinion the best is fish and chips 2nd is builders or hoisin chicken 3rd is cajun squirrel the rest are horrible

I always try to do this at newsagents in the morning with my paper but they always catch me.

v6dlc;4418019

You are probably better off just buying the crisp and reading the back of … You are probably better off just buying the crisp and reading the back of the packet, it is more informative than reading the Sun



Have some rep :thumbsup:

typical, have to take the voucher to a Tesco store. Thats a 15 mile round trip for a packet of crisps.
Think i'll pass.

Am I the only one who actually likes the Chilli & Chocolate then? I must admit it's a nicer flavour in chocolate and a bit of a weird idea for crisps but I actually think it tastes OK. Builders Breakfast just tastes of egg and is by far the worst I found, Onion Bhaji is about the only other flavour I liked.

Must admit I think Walkers normal crisps aren't that great anyway, give me Seabrook any time, much more flavour to them.

fish and chips FTW

cajun squirrel are immense, but smell like theyre made out of actual squirrels hit by walkers lorries.

Wow thats actually a pretty good deal, as bags of crisps are what about 30p anyway, so free newspaper if thats your way of looking at it :P

I reccomend Builders Breakfast, Well Nice

Voted Hot !!!:thumbsup:

Sun Is ****, Cold

Tried all these crisps and would recommend that you ate the newspaper rather than eating these disgusting tasting crisps as Im sure you will agree it tastes much better.

v6dlc;4418019

You are probably better off just buying the crisp and reading the back of … You are probably better off just buying the crisp and reading the back of the packet, it is more informative than reading the Sun



WHAT A SURPRISE - ANOTHER STUPID COMMENT.
LOOK AT THE DEAL!

dobo;4418993

Sun Is ****, Cold



NO-ONE ACTUALLY ASKED FOR YOUR COMMENTS ON THE NEWSPAPER - THE DEAL IS FOR CRISPS!

pfft, The Scum join forces with wa*kers.

another reason to buy seabrook, apart from being cheaper & tastier.

Another Sun offer and surprise, surprise people have to come out with their witty comments about the paper. If you compare the actual news then all papers cover nearly all the same stories. Whichever paper you read I'm sure most people don't 100% agree with the editorial viewpoint and are able to distinguish fact from opinion but a lot of people make themselves feel bigger and cleverer by slagging off red tops (although I can understand people from Liverpool disliking the paper). If on rare occasions I've a lot of time to myself then I'm quite happy to read a broadsheet but as normally I don't have much time then the Sun is spot on.

When you get a bag of crisps worth 50p+ with your 30p paper then that is hot from me. In my opinion most of the flavours are awful, especially the fish and chips, though I'm yet to try onion bhaji.

I am voting on the deal which involves the right wing, war-mongering, semi porn newspaper The Sun. I am voting cold.

v6dlc;4418019

You are probably better off just buying the crisp and reading the back of … You are probably better off just buying the crisp and reading the back of the packet, it is more informative than reading the Sun

excellent nice1

Cheap_n_Nicety;4420064

When you get a bag of crisps worth 50p+ with your 30p paper then that is … When you get a bag of crisps worth 50p+ with your 30p paper then that is hot from me.



Got to be worth the crisps and the melons for 30p :w00t:

Onion Bhaji and Mango chilli flavours are good. I never found the meaty flavours tempting!

v6dlc;4418019

You are probably better off just buying the crisp and reading the back of … You are probably better off just buying the crisp and reading the back of the packet, it is more informative than reading the Sun



Well said!

manchesterjim;4418824

cajun squirrel are immense, but smell like theyre made out of actual … cajun squirrel are immense, but smell like theyre made out of actual squirrels hit by walkers lorries.



I drive for walkers and i have never hit a squirrel in 11 years, loads of badgers and the odd fox though!. I dont buy the sun, being a scouser, good job i get my crisps for nothing.

Cheap_n_Nicety;4420064

Another Sun offer and surprise, surprise people have to come out with … Another Sun offer and surprise, surprise people have to come out with their witty comments about the paper. If you compare the actual news then all papers cover nearly all the same stories. Whichever paper you read I'm sure most people don't 100% agree with the editorial viewpoint and are able to distinguish fact from opinion but a lot of people make themselves feel bigger and cleverer by slagging off red tops (although I can understand people from Liverpool disliking the paper). If on rare occasions I've a lot of time to myself then I'm quite happy to read a broadsheet but as normally I don't have much time then the Sun is spot on.When you get a bag of crisps worth 50p+ with your 30p paper then that is hot from me. In my opinion most of the flavours are awful, especially the fish and chips, though I'm yet to try onion bhaji.



I agree its petty to refuse to buy it to save money on the crisps, but its not just the editorial view point, its the actual news content (or lack of).
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