It's not long until Christmas is finally here.

With just 10 more sleeps to go, Brits up and down the country will be in search of the best possible deals. Now Tesco is seriously treating you with an offer you simply can't refuse.

Calling all Pringles lovers as the supermarket giant is selling tubs for almost half price. The popular crisps are usually £2.25, but now it's £1.25.

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The deal is for a limited-time only so you must be quick! The offer is all yours up until December 31, meaning you can snack on the tub for New Year's Eve.

All you need is a Clubcard to scan at the supermarket's checkout. It's no wonder the packets of Pringles, which come in a variety of flavours, are flying off the shelves.

One savvy shopper was among the first to notice the mouth-watering deal and decided to let other bargain hunters in on the offer too.

She shared a screenshot of Tesco's website showing the £1.25 Clubcard price in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook.

And it didn't take long for foodies to comment on the post, claiming they needed to get to Tesco before the tubs were sold out.

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One wrote: "Must get stocked up!" Another added they were considerably cheaper than in other shops, that they'd be trying to get a selection for their festive feast.

While others tagged their mates and said: "Your prayers have been answered." Then they replied: "Yes they have! [I'm going to] Tesco at some point this weekend to top up my B&M stash."

It comes as Tesco recalled a Christmas dinner essential due to "possible presence of moths". It has been warned the Tesco Finest Apple and Cranberry Stuffing Mix could have moths in it.

Instead, people who've bought one of the 130g boxes should take it back to the store for a refund.

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