It’s safe to say that pickles are a hot snack for people who constantly crave tang and sour at the same time. The obsession (and rightfully so) is so widespread that pickle Oreos became a thing earlier this year, and Vlasic announced the snackable release of freeze-dried pickle chips. Yum!
Now, Rick and Morty fans can get a bite of their favorite snack—and Emmy award-winning episode—with Pickle Rick Pringles. After the McDonald’s Szechuan sauce debacle, there’s no doubt these guys will be gone before you can say “wubba lubba dub dub.”
Pickle Rick Pringles Will Take You to a Whole New Universe
Come home to the flavor of beautifully brined pickles in a decked out can paying homage to Rick and Morty‘s most famous episode. Come home…to Pickle Rick. The special edition Pringles come in a 5-ounce can and are more than just a snack to munch on while you catch up on season four. It’s also in partnership with the Super Bowl, and Adult Swim will be airing a 30-second commercial in the second half of the game.
This won’t be the first time Pringles have popped up in the Super Bowl spot roster, but it will be a first for Adult Swim and Rick and Morty. No doubt TV fans and pickle fans alike will be storming grocery stores to get their hands on the best new thing from Pringles.
Charge up Your Portal Guns
You won’t have to wait too long to enjoy the cosmic crunch of Pickle Rick Pringles. They’re coming to major retailers, like Walmart and Target in February to coincide with the Super Bowl on February 2. Unfortunately, it’s looking like these chips will only be around for a limited time.
So far, there’s no word on the sticker price for these snackers, but we can assume they’ll be around $2 if other limited-edition Pringles flavors are anything to go by. Make sure to snag yourself a can, and tune in to the Super Bowl to enjoy the hilarity of Rick and Morty during the biggest sports event of the year.
And, if you just can’t get enough of that pickle-y pleasure, check out all of the pickle-flavored foods that belong in your snack drawer.