Pringles for £1.00 in poundland
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Pringles for £1.00 in poundland

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LocalFound 7th Oct 2017Edited by:"husna2000"
Pringles 190g for £1.00 in poundland in other supermarket it seems to be over £1.30 it hasn't been for £1 for ages I'm not sure if it's nation wide
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great price. One of your none a day.
Looks a smaller pack in poundland , could be wrong.
probably a smaller pack size
Same price in poundworld
Tesco have them for a pound also but it seems packaging has changed too a smaller size.
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joeo200018 m ago

Looks a smaller pack in poundland , could be wrong.


Is it instore
joeo200018 m ago

Looks a smaller pack in poundland , could be wrong.


Is it instore
joeo200018 m ago

Looks a smaller pack in poundland , could be wrong.



It's 190g
Sam9312 m ago

Tesco have them for a pound also but it seems packaging has changed too a …Tesco have them for a pound also but it seems packaging has changed too a smaller size.


The ones in Tesco are 130g...i just bought some.
1p at JTF
When was it more than £1 ? All pound stores sell this Frankenstein food for £ 1
Shorter packs seen the other week
Banned
£1 in "poundland".... and the deal is?
Just saw video of how Pringles are made on YouTube.... Not appetizing anymore
Goal17 m ago

Just saw video of how Pringles are made on YouTube.... Not appetizing …Just saw video of how Pringles are made on YouTube.... Not appetizing anymore


Don't watch videos on how food is made, you'd only eat home cooking. Just POP and don't stop
gazdoubleu10 h, 35 m ago

1p at JTF



Limed to 1 , had the flyer come though the post a few days ago
Loads of things now not a pound now in both poundworld and poundland. Was a lot better when everything just a pound
If you like Pringles you might like Asda's copy called Snax which are 89p for 165g Only tried the plain ones but can't tell the difference! I've also tried Lidl's copy but found them very hard rather than crisp.
Yuk. Many years ago they went to court as didn't pay tax for selling a potato product. Their lawyers argued its not potato but in fact fat. Well they won and are now exempt from the potato tax or whatever it is called.pure grease
Edited by: "mazabits" 10th Oct 2017
Well today I bought some & they charged £1.25. The labels said £1.00. Couldn't be bothered complaining as for weeks I was getting a large bag of popcorn for 50p instead of the £1 advertised.
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