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Pringles Will Release An Advent Calendar For Christmas This Year

Pringles has released its very own advent calendar once again this year following its popularity in 2017.

It may not even be the end of September yet, but as always Christmas has already hit the high street in a major way. The festive season seems to start creeping into our lives earlier and earlier each year, and this time around some places even had decorations up before the end of August, although thankfully those eager Christmas nuts were few and far between.

If you're anything like us, then the earliest starting point for the Christmas season should really be December 1st. Any time from then on, putting decorations up is fine with us. It's also when we can open the first door on our advent calendar which really gets the Christmas juices flowing. It may only be a little piece of chocolate, but we've been excited about it ever since we were kids.

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As you have likely noticed, advent calendars are no longer reserved to the world of chocolate and candy. Nowadays you can get ones that contain wine, cheese, and even beer. Now you can add potato chips to that list. Last year, Pringles released its very own advent calendar with a little tube of the chips behind each door, and due to its popularity, it has returned to shelves once again.

via thesun.co.uk

The Sun reported the news that Pringles will be releasing an advent calendar once again this year and that the product will be available from B&M for £7.99 (around $10.50). While a traditional advent calendar normally has either 24 or 25 doors, Pringles' offering only has 12. Due to the size of the mini tubes, a 24 door version isn't really realistic. Since it's only a little more than $10 though, why not just buy two?

Those of you reading this who don't live in the UK may be wondering where on Earth your local B&M is situated. Sadly, it is a chain only found in the UK. The Pringles calendar is available on Amazon, however, it'll set you back £20 (a little more than $26) if you have to opt for that channel. Be quick though, they're already on sale and last year they were not around for long.

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