The chipo airline has confirmed that its chips have risen 1.4% in value to €16.76 billion ($19.05 billion).
It’s the first time since the airline launched its chips in 2014 that it’s done so.
The news comes as Ireland prepares to depart the European Union, which means that the country will lose access to free movement for most EU citizens, including those who have lived in Ireland for at least two years.
But the Irish government has been urging people to buy chips, particularly those that are more expensive.
Chip prices are down in the EU, according to a study released earlier this year by Deloitte, the consultancy.
In a statement, Chipmaker International said its chips were “justifiably” priced higher than other chipmakers’ chips.
The chips are designed to provide more than €30 ($32) per bag.
It says the price jump was due to the rise in demand for the chips in other countries.
Chipmakers are still planning to ship the chips to the EU later this year.
The chipmakers have also announced that they’ll sell chips to airlines in the US, the United Kingdom and Singapore.