ICELAND shoppers have been going wild for a dupe of a discontinued Pringles snack that they say is even better than the original.
Crisp fans are flocking to the popular food store to pick up their pack before they disappear from the shelves.
Alannah Brown took to Facebook to share the post that revealed the incredible knock-off Pringles.
She wrote: "Not sure if they're new but Iceland sell a knock-off version of the discontinued Pringles snack packs!!
"Also in sour cream flavour!" she added.
Alannah explained that a pack of three at 35g each scans for just £1.
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The post included a photo of the three-packs of ready-salted flavour Poptastic Potato Crisps in its red and yellow packaging.
Alannah racked up a whopping 391 likes on her post and over 180 people left their thoughts in the comment section.
One wrote: "I think these are a lot better than the original ones x".
Another said: "Better than Pringles them bad boys".
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A third commented: "These are good for the children".
One more added: "The blue ones are so nice I think these are 10x better than Pringles".
Other crisp fans added that they had found the same product in B&M stores too.
On the Iceland website, the store says that there are no artificial colours in the product and that customers will "love every one of them".
One shopper left a glittering review that read: "These are definitely Pop-Tastic! Lovely flavour and texture! Great value…more flavours and bigger sizes please".
Another chimed in: "They ain’t exactly like Pringles but the best I’ve tasted close to them, also very ideal for snacks, lots in a pack so value for money".
It comes after Aldi shoppers went wild for a McDonald's dupe which cost 40 per cent less than the real thing.
The Maccie fries from Aldi cost £1.49 for a pack of two.
In comparison, one McDonald's medium fries cost £1.29, so that's a saving of 99p for one pack of fries.
And Asda shoppers fell into a frenzy over Wotsit dupes that cost 63 per cent less than the real thing.
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Posting on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group, one shopper said: "Thoroughly recommend the yellow brand maize snacks from Asda.
"The cheese puffs are twice the size of Wotsits and just as good."
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