Pringles 99p at Tesco, Pringles £1.12 at Sainsburys, Pringles Tortilla £1.24 at Tesco. Includes Original, Paprika, Texas BBQ, Sour Cream, Smoky Bacon, Pigs In Blankets, Prawn Cocktail, Flame Grilled Steak, Cheese And Onion And More
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Pringles 99p at Tesco, Pringles £1.12 at Sainsburys, Pringles Tortilla £1.24 at Tesco. Includes Original, Paprika, Texas BBQ, Sour Cream, Smoky Bacon, Pigs In Blankets, Prawn Cocktail, Flame Grilled Steak, Cheese And Onion And More

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Found 11th Dec 2016Made hot 11th Dec 2016
Pringles 99p at Tesco from Monday 12th December

Tesco Pringles
Pringles Original 190g 99p (was £1.99)
Pringles Paprika 190g 99p
Pringles Sour Cream And Onion 190g 99p
Pringles Salt And Vinegar 190g 99p
Pringles Texas Bbq 190g 99p
Pringles Prawn Cocktail 190g 99p
Pringles Cheese And Onion 190g 99p
Pringles Seasonal Pigs In Blanket 190g (Christmas Flavour) 99p
Pringles Smokey Bacon 190g 99p
Pringles Paprika 190g 99p
Pringles Flame Grilled Steak 190g 99p

Sainsbury Pringles
Pringles Original 190g £1.12 (was £2.25)
Pringles Paprika 190g £1.12
Pringles Sour Cream And Onion 190g £1.12
Pringles Salt And Vinegar 190g £1.12
Pringles Texas Bbq 190g £1.12
Pringles Prawn Cocktail 190g £1.12
Pringles Cheese And Onion 190g £1.12
Pringles Seasonal Pigs In Blanket 190g (Christmas Flavour) £1.12
Pringles Paprika 190g £1.12
Pringles Flame Grilled Steak 190g £1.12
Pringles Roast Chicken & Herb 190g £1.12
Pringles Cheesy Cheese 190g £1.12

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Tesco Pringles Tortilla
Pringles Tortilla Bbq 180g £1.24 (was £1.99) (Now Expired)
Pringles Tortilla Chilli 180g £1.24 (Now Expired)
Pringles Tortilla Sour Cream 180g £1.24 (Now Expired)
Pringles Tortilla Nacho Cheese 180g £1.24 (Now Expired)

Pringles Tortilla Deal ends Wednesday 13th December

112 Comments

Heat added. Morrisons also £1 if a Tesco isn't handy

Still ridiculously over priced for 20 crisps. It`s the packaging you`re paying for.

jenny1eccles

Still ridiculously over priced for 20 crisps. It`s the packaging you`re … Still ridiculously over priced for 20 crisps. It`s the packaging you`re paying for.



20, wouldn't like to shop where you shop.

Original Poster

jenny1eccles

Still ridiculously over priced for 20 crisps. It`s the packaging you`re … Still ridiculously over priced for 20 crisps. It`s the packaging you`re paying for.


To be honest there's a lot more than 20 crisps in a full size Pringles can.

This site dying on its feet when people vote hot for over priced crisps -yes these are crisps !!

£1.00 in B&M and 95p in Wilko

Thank you op, heat

And if you buy 2 you can rent a movie but disappointed with limited choice of movies on offer, all pretty old titles. Don't think this is clear on promotional packs.

jenny1eccles

Still ridiculously over priced for 20 crisps. It`s the packaging you`re … Still ridiculously over priced for 20 crisps. It`s the packaging you`re paying for.



billyboy101

This site dying on its feet when people vote hot for over priced crisps … This site dying on its feet when people vote hot for over priced crisps -yes these are crisps !!


To be fair these are 190g compared against maybe a 6 multipack of walkers at 25g per pack. So effectively 150g in comparison and these taste much better. Just my 10 pence worth.

Pigs in blankets flavour sounds exciting! Got to be worth a try at £1 - thanks for posting

Lee63

Pigs in blankets flavour sounds exciting! Got to be worth a try at £1 - … Pigs in blankets flavour sounds exciting! Got to be worth a try at £1 - thanks for posting



​They have pizza flavour in ASDA. £1.25

It isn't christmas without some pringles for boxing day buffet! Only ever pay £1 for them, but still not bad for a tube of crisps. If you think they're overpriced don't buy them...

Original Poster

marcb4617

​They have pizza flavour in ASDA. £1.25


Also Turkey

Best to wait a few days more ASDA normally drop the price of pringles to £1 for Christmas and New Years every year same with Tesco, Morrisons and Sainsburys. These 4 shops have a larger range of Pringles flavours not just the usual 4 flavours (original, sour cream, salt and vinegar and texas bbq) when on offer at £1 pound shops, discount shops, smaller supermarkets.
Edited by: "andreocean" 11th Dec 2016

Bad but good. X)

Turkey/Roast Chicken flavours are crap, pigs in blanket flavour is awesome.

Why is it sometimes the salt & vinegar flavour is really bland & others it's like drinking hydrochloric acid?

jenny1eccles

Still ridiculously over priced for 20 crisps. It`s the packaging you`re … Still ridiculously over priced for 20 crisps. It`s the packaging you`re paying for.



Not surprised you only have 37 comments in almost 4 years.

love the tortilla ones heat

missed out on pigs in blankets last year, hopefully i'll be able to pick some up this year

Thank you op. Love Tortilla ones.

Morrisons have them on....u get 4 boxes for £3.00(_;)

Cheers op. Showing as 99p for me

just added to my shopping, brilliant thanks

Original Poster

barnesy99

Cheers op. Showing as 99p for me


Thanks just updated post

Thanks op, will stock up for christmas. Good price

Does anyone ever pay more than £1 for Pringles? They always seem to be that price somewhere.
Edited by: "LesD" 11th Dec 2016

My favourite Pringles ingredient? Uniformity!

Also a quid in some pound shops. The fact that the supermarkets over charge for these in first place does not make 99p hot. Especially when cheaper elsewhere.

Fab

jenny1eccles

Still ridiculously over priced for 20 crisps. It`s the packaging you`re … Still ridiculously over priced for 20 crisps. It`s the packaging you`re paying for.



It's closer to 100 crisps/chips you get from a large can. 25 - 30 in a small 59p can.

HOT! Thanks for the heads up! Pringles and wine on Christmas eve has to be the norm for us now

Original Poster

LesD

Does anyone ever pay more than £1 for Pringles? They always seem to be … Does anyone ever pay more than £1 for Pringles? They always seem to be that price somewhere.


I tend to find shops with the largest range of Pringles flavours often have them frequently on offer for £1.25 and less often at 99p-£1 (sometimes £1.50) (Morrisons, Tesco, Sainsburys, Asda).

And shops with the smallest range of Pringles (normally Original, Sour Cream, Salt and Vinegar and Texas BBQ) frequently have them on offer at 95p-£1 (sometimes £1.25) (Iceland, Pounland, Poundworld, B&M, Home bargains, Lidl, Wilko And other discount stores).

For me £1 is the maximum I would pay for Pringles Original, Sour Cream, Salt & Vinegar and Texas BBQ. All other flavours and types of Pringles maximum I would pay is £1.25.
Edited by: "andreocean" 11th Dec 2016

Pringles have Msg in them.

I actually prefer Tesco own version of pringles called Chipz but they only come in 2 flavours unfortunately.

95p in wilko

ONCE YOU POP...YOU CAN'T STOP.

Cancer causing Frankestein food full of artificial colours, flavours, preservatives and emulsifiers with hydrogenated fat from Brussels . Read the ingredients. Buy British crisps without any nasties inside.

Forgot to buy this yesterday.

Once you pop....

Inquisitor

Pringles have Msg in them.


What does it say?

captainbeaky

What does it say?



Eat more, we're delicious.
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