Pringles Contest: POPPIN PRIZES
Enter to win 1 of one million and five (1,000,005) instant win
-Five prizes of $10,000!!
Plus you can win FREE PRINGLES and Coupons
Here’s how it works:
- Buy a can of Specially Marked Pringles
- Find your Pin ( Look on the Foil Part)
- Enter the Pin online
Instant Win Prizes include Free Coupons!
- Residents of Canada
- Quebec Friendly
- Age of Majority
- Single Entry per Pin
Click Here to Enter Contest https://www.pringlespoppinprizes.ca
This Pringles Contest Ends on December 31, 2018
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Pringles were first back in 1965 and distributed internationally by 1975. P&G wanted to create a perfect chip to address consumer complaints about broken, stale chips and air claims in the bags. Hence the engineered chip was born.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 1975 ruled Pringles could only use the word chip in the product name with the phrase Potato chips made from dried potatoes. Later they changed their product to Potato crisps instead of the word “chips. Later, another issue arrived in the U.K., where the term “crisp” refers to the American version of “Chips.”
Kelloggs’ acquired Pringles in 2012 – this purchase made Kelloggs’ the 2nd largest snack company in the world.
I forgot my password because they want you to jump through so many hoops when making one.
I tried the reset and the email link is garbage. All I get is a Blue Bar and endless loading sans popups, remote links and scripts, all of which should never be on a secure page…. ever.
I agree with the information being to small but I am also smart enough to look in the obvious place for the number under the foil lid
Under the foil!! What the hell? First off we had to use a magnifying glass to read the contest information on the back, and secondly, what does “Under the foil” mean? The foil lining? The foil top that you peel off? Under that? On the underside? The foil top is long gone. Here’s an idea, next time, print that the PIN is on the underside of the foil top in bigger letters, so, a person can actually read them.