Pringles Is Selling "Turducken" Chips for Thanksgiving

Pringles has gotten in on Thanksgiving for the past few years by jamming all sorts of different holiday food flavors into their chips. And they're back at it again . . .

Pringles just announced they're selling TURDUCKEN chips this year. If you don't know what a turducken is, it's when you cook a chicken, inside of a duck, inside of a turkey.

So Pringles has created turkey-, duck-, and chicken-flavored chips . . . and when you stack them on top of each other, you get a turducken.

The chips are all part of their "Friendsgiving Feast Turducken Kit" . . . which also comes with chips that taste like cranberry sauce, stuffing, and pumpkin pie.

If you're curious, the kits cost $16 plus $5 for shipping, and they go on sale at noon Eastern tomorrow at And you should hop on quickly if you want one . . . last year's kit sold out in less than 45 minutes. 

(USA Today

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