Tesco Value Potato Rings Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Crisps / 8 packvalue
Newest Review: ... one's price!). The packet is white, with images of bowlfulls of Hula Hoops, as well as the 'Tesco Value' label and 'Potato ... more
by - written on 20/08/10 (Very useful, 87 readings)
I usually buy Tesco value products and stick to them if I am satisfied with the product. I usually buy hula hoops as an occasional snack for my kid but recently I bought Tesco value potato rings. Though my kid seemed to like the potato rings I am not satisfied and decided to switch back to hula hoops. The Tesco value potato rings come in a multi pack of eight mini bags of 20gm each. These are found in the crisps section along with various brands of crisps. These are available in only salted flavour. A bag costs 83p which is quite less than hula hoops. The packaging is quite basic but has all necessary design and details. The bag is made of plastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/10, updated on 18/11/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Both my hubby and I are great lovers of crisps and whilst I try to eat them in moderation due to their high fat content, my hubby chomps away regardless and sometimes devours three packets in just one sitting! I was previously purchasing the leading brand name, Hula Hoops, in respect of potato rings and found that their prices were gradually increasing. However, whilst shopping in Tesco a couple of months ago, I noticed within their Value range, an 8 pack of Potato Rings for just 83p. The outer packaging is somewhat plain as it displays the Tesco Value logo in the upper left hand corner with images of three large dishes of potato rings taking up ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Tesco value potato rings I brought these after a couple of people telling me what good value they were, these Potato Rings are like a cheap version of Hula Hoops. I think they only come in Ready Salted and they're not that bad but I don't think they're worth the 85p for 8 packs. They taste like they should be one of them mega Value bargains, you know them things that are kinda ok but only cost about 35p??? The rings have got a nice texture, they're harder than Hula Hoops and the crunch to bite through is a bit more of an effort. I like crisps like that and actually prefer a lot of cheapo crisps to stuff like Kettle and Walkers, these are majorly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I have recently tried out the Tesco value potato rings and this is my review. I have been trying out some of the items from the Tesco value range to see if they are any good as I am trying to save money on my weekly shop. I have thought that some of the items are good value and I will buy them again but some of the things I have tried have been a let down and I will not buy them in the future. The Tesco value potato rings are in a multi pack of crisps and can be found beside the rest of the crisps in Tesco stores. The packaging is not eye catching or attractive looking but this is because it is a Tesco value product and all of the items in this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/09 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I don't usually opt for Tesco Value products, even though I often buy supermarket own brand items of things. I guess their Value range just has a bit of a bad reputation, but I decided to give their Potato Rings a try because I wanted some fairly plain crisps that were cheaper than Walkers Baked, which have now shot up to about £1.50 for a pack of 6! These are sold in a multipack of 8 x 20g bags. The outer appearance isn't overly attractive in its stark white design with 'value' on the front, but at least I know I'm not paying for the name or the wrapper! At 81p for 8 packets, these are a bargain, but obviously they need to be edible for them to be good value ... Read the complete review
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