|Name||Colors and flavors||Notes||Year|
||In Ireland, the UK and Sweden, purple Skittles are blackcurrant.
In Taiwan, South Korea, China, Australia, and, as of 2013, the United States of America Lime is replaced with Green Apple flavor.
||Tropical Skittles typically have two flavors in one skittle.||1989|
||Was launched in Australia and New Zealand in 2012 and in the UK in 2014. A variant with fizzy powder existed in 2010-2011 (known as Fizzl'd Fruits), but some of the colors were changed.||1989|
|Tart-N-Tangy||Flavors were those that represent the sour Skittles that were released after these were discontinued with slight differences to the flavors. Specifics on the flavors are sketchy.||Discontinued in 1992. Was later replaced by Sour Skittles in the bright green package.||1989|
|Crazy Cores||(shell color, core)||Sold in bulk stores in the U.S. (e.g., Sam's Club)
Introduced in the UK in 2011. Withdrawn from the UK in 2013, replaced by Confused Skittles
|Skittles Confused||The flavors were meant to be Fruit Skittles with the colors and flavors mixed up, showing the answers on the back.||Skittles with mixed up flavors and colors. Sold for a short time in the UK in 2008. They came in purple bags with a large question mark.||2008|
|Confused?||Similar to an incarnation previously sold in the UK where the same colored shell can contain different flavors, a green piece may be cherry in one bag, and peach in another.||Part of the 2013 UK brand re-launch. Carried the tagline 'Confuse the Rainbow, Taste the Rainbow'|
||Vary in flavor in both the United States and the United Kingdom.
||The former Tart & Tangy. Available in Europe. (Sours are also available in Europe)||2003|
||In 2009, Smoothie Mix Skittles were introduced.
The name comes from a smoothie, which is a fruit mix drink.
|Ice Cream Treats||
||Mainly sold in bodegas in urban cities||2010|
||Template:N/a||Template:N/a ended in 2010/2011|
||In 2011, Limited Edition Carnival Skittles were re-released as 'Skittles Unlimited'
Sold in Canada in blued packaging as a limited edition.
||These types of Skittles are coated with a double portion of very sour citric acid crystals.
Like Sour Skittles, this product is sold in either bright green bags or boxes.
||These Skittles have the same flavors as Extreme Fruit Skittles Bubble Gum.
Comes in either black bags or boxes.
||Unlike ordinary Skittles, they came in plastic containers instead of bags.||2013|
||A variety of mint-flavored Skittles, different from Mint Skittles, sold for a time in Europe.
Instead of the usual bag or plastic containers,
|Extra Chewy Mints||
||Revival of the Skittles Mints under the "Extra" brand, with all flavors but "Toffee Mint" included. Later renamed as just "Chewy Mints"||Template:N/a|
||Sold in 1.94 oz (55 g) bags just like M&M's.||2008|
||Packaged in brown bags and boxes.||2007|
||These were sold in Europe in 55-gram (1.94-oz) boxes instead of the usual bags.||Template:N/a|
||Sold in Australia with Orange wrapping.||Template:N/a|
||Skittles with 'hot' and 'cool' flavors.||2009|
|Skittles Fizzl'd Fruits||
||Wild Berry Skittles with fizzing powder coating. Discontinued in 2012 due to low sales.||2010|
||Skittles with two flavors blended together.||2011. Discontinued in 2014|
||Skittles with colors that don't match the flavors. They were similar to the 2008 Confused Skittles from the UK, where the same colored shell can contain different flavors. A green piece may be apple in one bag, and cherry in another. Colors include red, pink, green, teal, and blue.||2012. Marketed as 'Confused Skittles' in the UK. Discontinued in 2014 (US)|
||Skittles with a slight bold fruit taste. Was launched in the UK in 2015 as a limited edition flavor.||2013. Discontinued in 2015, relaunched 2016 for a limited time Halloween release only.|
||Skittles with dessert flavors, found at Wal-Marts in the United States beginning late November 2013 and in Canada beginning in 2014||2013. Discontinued in 2016|
|Seattle Mix Skittles||
||Limited Edition. Only available with Skittles Football Auction items in January 2014. Re-released as Super Bowl XLIX edition in 2015.||2014|
||Skittles with fruit flavor you might find on an Orchard||2014. Discontinued in 2017|
||Contains a mix of Tropical and Wild Berry Skittles||2015|
|Skittles Sweets & Sours||
||Skittles with sweet and sour flavors.||2016|
|Skittles America Mix||
||Skittles with colors of the American flag.||April-July 2016, 2017, and 2018|
||Skittles with spooky flavors||Halloween 2016 and 2017|
||Skittles with bright colors. Found in some Walmarts in October 2016, expected for a nationwide release 2017||2017|
|Skittles Fruits & Sours||
||Mixture of 3 flavours from Fruits and Crazy Sours flavours. Limited Edition in the UK.||Early-Mid 2017|
|Skittles Pride Fruits||
||Fruit Skittles all in white to celebrate Pride Month in June 2017 in the UK.||June 2017|
|Skittles Trick Plays||
||Limited edition US release in partnership with the National Football League.
Colors don't match the flavors (colors are pink, light green, teal, blue, and red).
|Skittles Sweet Heat||
||Skittles with a spicy kick.
Colors are in shades of red, orange, and yellow.
|Skittles Holiday Mix||
||Skittles with a Christmas combo. <Worldwide> colors in red and green||December 2015-30 December 2017|
|Skittles Love Mix||
||Target-only release||January 2018|
|Skittles Summer Splash||
||Dollar General-only release||June 2018|