Last week, Pringles served Thanksgiving in a can.
No, seriously — Kellogg, which owns Pringles, announced chip fans would be able to purchase turkey-, duck- and chicken-flavored Pringles in a special "Turducken Stack" pack. And what's a Thanksgiving meal without sides and desserts? The special pack of chips also featured cranberry sauce-, pumpkin pie- and stuffing-flavored Pringles.
turducken pringlespic.twitter.com/DmpdTVGZqc— Shay Spence (@chezspence)November 6, 2019
Kellogg launched the sale Thursday, offering the kits for $15.99, and quickly sold out.
The packs were so popular, Pringles' website crashed. Unsurprisingly, some of the lucky few who were able to snag the kits are now selling them on Ebay for as much as $150.
But don't worry, if you didn't snag a turducken feast, you're still in luck: Pringles' roasted turkey chips are hitting shelves now.
Just like Thanksgiving, our Friendsgiving Feast was over too soon. We are now sold out. If you missed it, fear not! We have Pringles Roasted Turkey hitting shelves now - but only for a limited time!pic.twitter.com/PY6QhNl6u4— Pringles (@Pringles)November 7, 2019