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32oz. Bragg Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar EXPIRED

Devistater 3,174 818 February 9, 2013 at 01:39 PM in Grocery (2) More DrVita Deals
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Promoted 02-09-2013 by iconian at 10:46 PM View Original Post
Update: Now $3.80 after coupon code DRVITA15. Thanks akrasia 

DrVita has 32oz. Bragg Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar for $4.47 - 10% with coupon code MOTHER10 = $4.02 + free shipping. Thanks devistator
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Edited February 10, 2013 at 11:17 AM by Devistater
Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar (raw/unfiltered) is on sale at dr vita for $3.80 per 32oz bottle w/ free shipping.

http://www.drvita.com/p-1570-brag...fl-oz.aspx

Add as many as you like and to get that price, use the extra 15% coupon code:
DRVITA15
They will give free shipping with or without the coupon, no minimum quantity required from what I can tell.
The coupon can only be used once per account though (not sure if its for new customers).

Normally this goes for $5+ in the stores. My local stores recently raised the price to $6+ for this, so I think a price increase is in the process.

Note that since this is raw/unfiltered, it has the mother of vinegar in the bottle.

I like the taste of this vinegar, and use it on many things. IMO its especially good on fish. It also has a lot of potential health uses/benefits.
Some information on this product is here:
http://bragg.com/products/bragg-o...negar.html

200+ reviews on amazon (including info on a variety of uses and anecdotal stories of how it affected people's health)
http://www.amazon.com/Apple-Cidar...B001AIWAAE

Edit: Thanks akrasia for letting me know about the new better 15% off coupon code
http://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=57485184&postcount=43
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Last Edited by Devistater February 10, 2013 at 10:54 AM
Previously I mentioned a coupon code MOTHER10 for 10% off that brought it down to $4.02
I edited OP because a different coupon code has been found, one that gives 15% off! Now its down to $3.80 !

The coupon code akrasia shared works for 15% off: DRVITA15

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Very nice.
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or (knowing there are many cheap bastages on this site), if you have never tried it and want to for even less, you can do $2. for this one: 16 fl oz

http://www.drvita.com/p-471-dynam...fl-oz.aspx
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Can anybody comment on this http://www.resellerratings.com/store/Drvita_com
Reviews are terrible, anybody had business with them?
And why would they use amazon looking icons at checkout, I thought you could pay with Amazon but only credit card and no Paypal...fishy...
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Quote from MTwallet View Post :
or (knowing there are many cheap bastages on this site), if you have never tried it and want to for even less, you can do $2. for this one: 16 fl oz

http://www.drvita.com/p-471-dynam...fl-oz.aspx
That's not Braggs brand. That may make a difference to some.
But if someone is willing to give the Dynamic brand a go, its as cheap as $1.80 or so with the 10% discount code
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Last edited by Devistater February 9, 2013 at 03:30 PM
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I like the taste of this vinegar, and use it on many things. IMO its especially good on fish. It also has a lot of potential health uses/benefits.

Lol. By eating fish you are inviting potential health complications. shake head

http://americanpregnancy.org/preg...ercury.htm

You dummies. One side you want to stay healthy next side you are cutting your throat. shake head
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Quote from HemiMuscle View Post :
Lol. By eating fish you are inviting potential health complications. shake head

http://americanpregnancy.org/preg...ercury.htm

You dummies. One side you want to stay healthy next side you are cutting your throat. shake head
Everything in moderation is the best policy.

For example, I prefer to buy products without MSG and other flavor enhancers. But that's mostly just so I don't consume a lot of it. Those kinda ingredients are found in a ton of items, both in things you buy and in fast food, and even many restaurants. Nearly all flavored chips have them (ranch, nachos, etc). If someone doesn't pay any attention to ingredients like that, they will consume a surprisingly large amount of flavor enhancers.
But just because I prefer to have MSG in moderation doesn't mean I'm a "ZOMG CANT EVAR HAVE MSG" person. I buy and consume nachos or ranch on occasion. I eat chinese food occasionally. I use soy sauce occasionally.

Another example, when I buy fruit juice, I prefer to buy 100% juices without added sugar. They are plenty sweet on their own. But I still eat ice cream on occasion. Just because something has sugar in it doesn't mean I will never eat it.

A third example, when its reasonable I try to moderate my sodium intake. Most things have way more than enough salt in them. Too much salt can lead to health problems. But so can too little salt. Low salt crackers taste pretty similar to me, especially when you have them with chili (that already has salt) and cheese (that also already has salt). Some products don't have low salt alternatives or taste weird so just as often I just get the regular product.

Since I'm neither female, nor pregnant (which is what that fish link and warning are about that you quoted), I don't think I have to worry too much about that. Plus, when I eat fish, I tend to eat the ones in the lower categories.
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Quote from Gosh View Post :
Can anybody comment on this http://www.resellerratings.com/store/Drvita_com
Reviews are terrible, anybody had business with them?
And why would they use amazon looking icons at checkout, I thought you could pay with Amazon but only credit card and no Paypal...fishy...
I didn't see any unusual complaints in the last deal from them a month ago:
http://slickdeals.net/f/5793846-10-off-20-F-S-at-DrVita-5-lb-BSN-Syntha-6-Whey-Protein-Powder-32-46-TwinLab-2-lb-10-62-Dymatize-Elite-5-lb-31-78-MANY-other-deals?v=1

There's a front page deal for them right now
http://slickdeals.net/f/5847842-Bragg-All-natural-Liquid-Aminos-32-oz-soy-sauce-alternative-4-73-FS?v=1
I don't feel like going through all 50+ posts to see if there's any info from past customers, but you are welcome to if you like.

Some merchants don't like paypal, paypal themselves can be fishy. Plus there's a perception among some people that if you only accept payments through paypal, you aren't a "real" online store.
Credit cards are pretty well protected by banks and federal laws against fraud. I'm not concerned about my order. If someone is concerned about it, its entirely up to them if the savings is worth ordering, or they prefer to pay more to get it somewhere else.

As for amazon icon similarity, I don't see it. They are both goldish/yellow colored but they aren't the same shade or gradient. They have square edges vs amazon's rounded. The checkout buttons have different wording, and amazon's doesn't have an icon inside the button like vita does. I never once thought "amazon" when I was looking at their site.
If someone was honestly confused into thinking they were buying from amazon, they could always contact amazon about it. Amazon could sue and get it changed.

Edit: They have A+ on BBB if that matters to anyone:
http://www.bbb.org/southern-nevad...v-90016204
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Nice! Just in time to start doing some gluten-free baking!
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Everything in moderation is the best policy.
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The answer to many problems
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Do you think this would taste better mixed with gin or vodka?
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The answer to many problems
I try to take moderation in moderation.

The rest of the time I alternate between binging and purging. Keeps me feeling fresh and on my toes.
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Do you think this would taste better mixed with gin or vodka?
Doesn't everything?
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