£1.2562.5p per 100g
A blend of potatoes and crisp salt finish, plus a unique freshness to keep our crisps crunchy inside our iconic red can. Whether it be a tasty party snack or tempting bite to share with your friends, it's always a good time for Pringles Original. And with its re-sealable 200-gram canister, you can share all of your Pringles now, or save them for later.
New perfect flavour in every bite
|Typical Values||100 g||/30 g||RI* /30 g|
|Energy:||2153 kJ||646 kJ|
|514 kcal||154 kcal||8%|
|Fat:||33 g||9.9 g||14%|
|of which saturates:||3.6 g||1.1 g||5%|
|Carbohydrate:||51 g||15 g||6%|
|of which sugars:||1.2 g||0.4 g||0%|
|Fibre:||2.7 g||0.8 g||-|
|Protein:||4.0 g||1.2 g||2%|
|Salt:||1.3 g||0.40 g||7%|
|*Reference intake of an average adult (8 400 kJ/ 2 000 kcal)|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (3)
Price is always changing
Pringles are my favourite food in the world, they taste really good however the price is just not worth it. I personally would pay £1.25 at the maximum. It should be 1 pence per Pringle meaning Pringles should only be £1. The price went from £1-£1.25-£2-£2.25 in the space of one month. I wish they would just keep it at one price and decrease it when it’s on offer. That’s it.
Does the job
The pringles you would expect
Tasty but expensive
A good product although it is a little bit expensive for what you get. To be completely fair Morrisons price is competitive with elsewhere so it is not a specific concern here. The product itself is very nice and makes an interesting alternative to have a few of these instead of a bag of crisps. I have tried the erm 'now available' brand although I had tried these previously via friends and Pringles are still the leading brand by quite a way. I would recommend giving these a try if you are not sure, if you are not keen on flavours pick these, the originals as they are quite similar to ready salted crisps in a way but they are all consistent in size. Be warned though they are very morish! Recommended generally.