Welcome to the Tyrrell’s English Chips Giveaway!
Sponsored by: Tyrrell's
Hosted by: Gloriously Green Gal & Savory Savings
With so many snack foods available, sometimes it is hard to guess the best! Krista over at Savory Savings recently tried Tyrrell's English Chips – available in seven delicious flavors:
- Veg Chips
- Lightly Sea Salted
- Sea Salt & Cider Vinegar
- Mature Cheddar & Chive
- Sweet Chili & Red Pepper
- Sea Salt & Cracked Black Pepper
- Worcestershire Sauce & Sundried Tomatoes
And she thinks these English-style chips are the best out there! Check out her review to get the scoop on these delightful and crisp chips!
The Cheddar & Chive and the Sweet Chili & Red Pepper varieties sound delicious! I would love to try them. My daughters love crunchy chips and I think they would really like the Cheddar & Chive variety as well. What do you think your favorite would be? Enter below for your chance to win the Tyrrell’s English Chips Giveaway. Good luck everyone!
How would you like to win a tote full of Tyrrell's English Chips? If you would like a chance to win, enter with the Giveaway Tool below. If you have won a Tyrrell's giveaway anytime from another blog in the last 12 months, you are not eligible to win this giveaway. The giveaway will run from July 2 through July 16, 2014 at 11 PM CST and is open to US residents, ages 18 and older. Entries will be verified. Winner will be notified via email (consider adding email@example.com to your safe list) – winner will have 48 hours to respond and claim prize or another winner will be selected.
Krista from Gloriously Green Gal and Savory Savings received products from this sponsor to facilitate her review, no other compensation was received. All participating blogs are not responsible for prize fulfillment. This giveaway is in no way associated with social media sites including Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
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They all sound good but I would try the Sweet Chili and Red Pepper Chips first.
Sea Salt and Cider Vinegar sounds like the Chips that could be the favorite. If they are English shouldn’t they be called crisps? 😉