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Steak Pringles £0.63 + £3.99 delivery @ Amazon Pantry

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Posted 20th Jul

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Steak Pringles - if your placing a pantry order any way they're well worth smashing in.
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deleted225085420/07/2019 13:18

Is this yet another fancy flavour that's a rebrand of Smokey Bacon?...



No. Steak is cow. Bacon is pig
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Just placed a Pantry order..... bugger


Probably best tho'!
Yeah I bought 6 the other day with the cheap galaxy chocolate and Sprite and bought 4 bags of walkers sensations to get free delivery.
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Is this yet another fancy flavour that's a rebrand of Smokey Bacon?...
deleted225085420/07/2019 13:18

Is this yet another fancy flavour that's a rebrand of Smokey Bacon?...



No. Steak is cow. Bacon is pig
COYS6120/07/2019 13:27

No. Steak is cow. Bacon is pig


and neither are in the pringles
deleted225085420/07/2019 13:31

and neither are in the pringles


Plus its questionable to call them crisps.
In fact, the Pringles company once argued that their high amount of processing and low potato content actually made Pringles technically not potato chips.
Worth noting that all the other flavours have just dropped from £1.25/200g to £1.12

probably the only realistic priced item on Amazon pantry...
Terrahawks20/07/2019 13:53

Plus its questionable to call them crisps.In fact, the Pringles company …Plus its questionable to call them crisps.In fact, the Pringles company once argued that their high amount of processing and low potato content actually made Pringles technically not potato chips.


What was the benefit of arguing that? Lol

I've never seen the fuss in them tbh.

I like the cheese ones but I wouldnt go out of my way.
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Got a tube this morning as missed out of the other flavour the other day!
deleted225085420/07/2019 14:03

What was the benefit of arguing that? LolI've never seen the fuss in them … What was the benefit of arguing that? LolI've never seen the fuss in them tbh.I like the cheese ones but I wouldnt go out of my way.


The benefit: to avoid the taxation that typically applies to crisps due to their potato content.
Sighn20/07/2019 17:14

The benefit: to avoid the taxation that typically applies to crisps due to …The benefit: to avoid the taxation that typically applies to crisps due to their potato content.


Tax on potatoes? What??? Really? Lol
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