ASDA shoppers have been rushing to buy a new Doritos fast food flavour scanning for just 25p – and they're loving it.
The supermarket giant is selling loaded pepperoni pizza Doritos for just pennies reduced from £2.50.
Doritos launched the fast-food-inspired snack late last year, alongside the triple-cheese pizza flavour.
A keen shopper spied the item in their local Asda and was thrilled at the price.
Posting the find to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group, they said: "Scanning at 25p in Asda – today's date on them still saying £2.50 on shelf."
Fellow bargain hunters rushed to tag their friends in the post, letting them know about the deal.
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Supermarket's often reduce the price of food that is either close to its sell-by date, or that it couldn't sell.
For this reason, you won't be able to buy the snacks online at this price.
It's always best to phone ahead to your local shop to check what they have available to avoid disappointment.
You can find your nearest Asda store using the locator tool on the website.
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But it always pays to compare prices so you know you're getting the best deal.
Trolley.co.uk has a database of thousands of products you can cross-check across big-name supermarkets like Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury's.
Asda's 25p discounted price is the cheapest we could find, or you can grab a bag for £1.75 on Ocado or £2.30 at Tesco.
These are both cheaper than Asda's regular price for these crisps, which is £2.50.
The loaded pepperoni pizza Doritos aren't the only new flavour the snack giant has launched recently.
The new Flame Grilled Whopper Doritos were officially released in March as part of a collaboration with Burger King.
The Sun tried them and we were surprised by the flavour.
In recent weeks, Walkers has also introduced new flavours with Pizza Hut to bring pizza toppings to its Max ridge crisps.
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The collaboration is the first time that the two have joined forces, with the new tasty treats hitting shelves this week.
Both the Texan BBQ and Pepperoni Feast flavours are available to buy in Iceland now.
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