Asda Crisps Ready Salted Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Newest Review: ... each packet of crisps costing the equivalent of 26p - and so from a cost perspective, the Smart Price crisps offer a budget ... more
by - written on 16/04/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I have to admit that I was very, very skeptical when I first glanced these on the crisps shelf in ASDA, but I was short of cash that day so I decided why not? I took a chance and it was well worth it. 12 packs of Ready Salted, 35g bags each, 50p in total. I can't believe they actually tasted okay. Not great, but okay. If you put walkers on one plate and these on the others, people would not be able to tell the difference, although, I do have one or two gripes with this product. It seems that they contain a larger amount of corn oil than usual, and taste just that tiny bit softer and staler than Walkers to give it away. Also, they have less flavour, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
~~ The product ~~ These crisps come in a multi-pack of 12 bags. They are ready salted flavoured, and each bag contains 19 grams. The bags are not massive, (I think Walkers crisps are about 34g), but they are just enough for a quick snack, or to have along side your lunch. They are currently priced at 48p for the multi pack, which works out at 4 pence a packet! Bargain! ~~ The packaging ~~ These crisps are packaged in the usual Asda 'smartprice' white and green packaging. The packaging is basically all white, with a green band around the bottom, and green writing. It looks very basic, but it hardly matters for 4p a packet! ~~ The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Asda smart price ready salted crisps come in a big bag of 12 packets for the bargin price of 47p! I have noticed recently that the bags themselves say 58p and the shelf 47p though I wouldn't mind paying the extra 11p for these crisps. Value for money wish it works out just under 4p a bag - bargin! These are great if like me you have a partner that would for some reason quite happily live on crisps and eats at least 2 packets day. The bags themselves are smaller than normal crisps even the Asda ones at only 14g per bag but when you consider the price difference you really do get what you pay for with these. The quality of the crisps ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/09 (Very useful, 20 readings)
I have got to let everyone know that these ready slated crisps are back. When I was about 14 asda took these away from me and I think they were cruel to do so. They cost about 38p per pack at the time. Most children would be ashamed to take own brands no frills to school but I really didn't care because it meant I could take 3 packs to school and my mother didn't mind, but when I was about 16 asda stopped doing these and started doing the mixed crisps pack (cheesy puffs, salt and vinigar sticks and Oinion rings) although I like these they still do not come close to how much I enjoy the ready salted range. I have visited my asda today to find lots ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/09 (Very useful, 138 readings)
Not long ago I tried Tesco Value crisps and was very surprised to find that they were very nice indeed so when I was in Asda yesterday I decided to try the Asda Smart Price ones to see if they were just as good. The Price A pack containing 12 packets of crisps has a price of 58p on the front but actually cost me just 47p so that's about 4p per bag. This is the same as the price I paid for the Tesco Value ones. I grant you each bag only contains 18g of crisps but 4p still sounds like a bargain to me! The Packaging The large outer bag is very plain with a bright green stripe (not red as the picture at the top of this category ... Read the complete review
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