But when buying those big bags of 24 they do normally cos far less right? …But when buying those big bags of 24 they do normally cos far less right? That's the point in big bags.But looking at the other flavours on amazon you can see a huge price difference. Definitely hot with that

Not really, not on this product they wouldn't normally sell it this cheap, slight discount perhaps but not this much.

But when buying those big bags of 24 they do normally cos far less right? …But when buying those big bags of 24 they do normally cos far less right? That's the point in big bags.But looking at the other flavours on amazon you can see a huge price difference. Definitely hot with that

Well a quick bit of math here:

150g is a normal size bag of chips. That's 3x this. So divide 24/3 = 8 normal bags to equal same amount. Which means they'd need to be 73 pence each to match this deal.

I'm not seeing anywhere that these chips are offered in sizes bigger than 50g anyways, though.

And some people like smaller bags to 'ration' them out either for themselves or for kids or whatever.

Well a quick bit of math here:150g is a normal size bag of chips. That's …Well a quick bit of math here:150g is a normal size bag of chips. That's 3x this. So divide 24/3 = 8 normal bags to equal same amount. Which means they'd need to be 73 pence each to match this deal. I'm not seeing anywhere that these chips are offered in sizes bigger than 50g anyways, though. And some people like smaller bags to 'ration' them out either for themselves or for kids or whatever.

You can get them in sharing size 150g in Asda they was on an introductory offer for £1 a pack.

This works out at 49p per 50g bag. How is this cheap?

Well a quick bit of math here:150g is a normal size bag of chips. That's …Well a quick bit of math here:150g is a normal size bag of chips. That's 3x this. So divide 24/3 = 8 normal bags to equal same amount. Which means they'd need to be 73 pence each to match this deal. I'm not seeing anywhere that these chips are offered in sizes bigger than 50g anyways, though. And some people like smaller bags to 'ration' them out either for themselves or for kids or whatever.

best price I can find is 93p for 150g at Sainsburys (6 packs of 27g for £1 (paprika or flamed grilled))

6 x 27g = 162g £1 /162 = 0.0061728 x 150 = 92.592p per 150g

8 x 92.592p = £7.41 so Amazon is £1.56 cheaper.

Edited by: "Speculator" 30th Sep 2017

Tempting for those with Prime, but for those without or not wanting to bother with a delivery, an alternative for hot and spicy crisps are the 200g Pringles for £1.25 at Asda (which works out to 93.75p per 150g).

Other Pringles flavours (including Paprika, in case @grimmer2015 is interested) are also available at £1.25 for 200g at most supermarkets, but the hot & spicy flavour appears to be exclusive to Asda, judging from a quick search.

Well a quick bit of math here:150g is a normal size bag of chips. That's …Well a quick bit of math here:150g is a normal size bag of chips. That's 3x this. So divide 24/3 = 8 normal bags to equal same amount. Which means they'd need to be 73 pence each to match this deal. I'm not seeing anywhere that these chips are offered in sizes bigger than 50g anyways, though. And some people like smaller bags to 'ration' them out either for themselves or for kids or whatever.

♥♥♥Just ordered, thanks

Even cheaper at £5.32 now

Edited by: "maneki" 1st Oct 2017

Just had mine delivered, a few weeks early from original date!!

Delivered an hour ago, two packs demolished mmmmm

Returning for refund these are the worst crisp I put in my mouth awwwwwwwwwwch

They are 75 or 80p a bag in supermarkets.

But looking at the other flavours on amazon you can see a huge price difference. Definitely hot with that

Not really, not on this product they wouldn't normally sell it this cheap, slight discount perhaps but not this much.

Edited by:"MR1123" 29th Sep 2017Well a quick bit of math here:

150g is a normal size bag of chips. That's 3x this. So divide 24/3 = 8 normal bags to equal same amount. Which means they'd need to be 73 pence each to match this deal.

I'm not seeing anywhere that these chips are offered in sizes bigger than 50g anyways, though.

And some people like smaller bags to 'ration' them out either for themselves or for kids or whatever.

That is if you have got prime.

Edited by:"msiddiq1989" 29th Sep 2017errrr...

Think you might to revisit GCSE maths mate.

44p per bag if you don't have prime (not amazing) but 24p if you do!

best price I can find is 93p for 150g at Sainsburys (6 packs of 27g for £1 (paprika or flamed grilled))

6 x 27g = 162g

£1 /162 = 0.0061728 x 150 = 92.592p per 150g

8 x 92.592p = £7.41 so Amazon is £1.56 cheaper.

Edited by:"Speculator" 30th Sep 2017Other Pringles flavours (including Paprika, in case @grimmer2015 is interested) are also available at £1.25 for 200g at most supermarkets, but the hot & spicy flavour appears to be exclusive to Asda, judging from a quick search.

Edited by:"maneki" 1st Oct 2017