Guess the Pringles Mystery Flavor and You Could Win $10,000

Snacking on Pringles this summer could lead to a BIG payday!

Eating the Pringles Mystery Flavor chips might help you earn you $10,000. Just think about how many delicious cans of Sour Cream & Onion Pringles you could buy with that kind of money!

Maybe Julius Pringles can help you.

You Just Have to Guess the Flavor

For the first time in the U.S., Pringles is debuting its limited-edition Mystery Flavor. Known for giving us unique flavors such as Jalapeño Bacon, Sweet Chili Tango, Jamaican Jerk and Thanksgiving Dinner, we can only begin to imagine what this one will taste like!

What They Might Taste Like

Last year, Pringles held a similar contest in Canada, where the Mystery Flavor was revealed to be Seven Layer Dip. (Here’s a great recipe for Mexican Layer Dip if you want to make one at home). The brand has also released a Mystery Flavor in Australia. The actual flavor hasn’t been revealed yet, but the brand has been sharing clues with fans through their social media channels.

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Here’s How to Win

After working your way through a can—or two—of the Mystery Flavor, fans have until August 13 to submit their flavor guess here (you’ll need a copy of your receipt to enter). The $10,000 winner will be announced on August 18.

Where You Can Buy Them

The Mystery Flavor crisps are available exclusively at Walgreens. They’ll only be on shelves for a limited time, so be sure to pick up a can before July 30.

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Lauren Naru writes about gift guides, sales, and must-have items for the kitchen and home. She loves a good deal is and is always on the hunt for super-savings and products that solve cooking problems. In her spare time, you’ll find her creating custom cookies for friends and family. Lauren lives and works in New York's Hudson Valley region.