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10lbs of Vitamin Shoppe BodyTech Whey Tech Pro 24 Whey Protein (various flavors) EXPIRED

dewski 331 April 1, 2013 at 08:42 AM in Free Shipping (6)
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Promoted 04-23-2013 at 10:55 PM View Original Post
Update: Available again at a lower price w/ coupon code ULZD74R6.

Vitamin Shoppe has a Buy 1 Get 1 50% off promo on their 5.15-lb BodyTech Whey Tech Pro 24 Whey Protein. Add two to cart and your total is $72 - 10% off discount = $64.79 with free shipping when you follow the instructions below. Thanks dewski

Note, if you are not seeing a 10% discount, enter promo code ULZD74R6 during checkout
  1. Click here to activate 10% off discount
  2. Add two 5.15lb whey protein to cart
  3. Proceed to checkout
  4. Total should be $71.99 - 10% off = $64.79 with free shipping

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Edited June 26, 2013 at 10:37 AM by DeividdoSama
Vitamin shop is doing BOGO 1/2 off again on their house brand supplements including this protein http://www.vitaminshoppe.com/stor...id=VS-2543
Which compares closely to ON Gold Standard.

Add 2 to your cart and the discount will show up plus you qualify for free shipping. Essentially making this decent protein $36/each for each 5.15 pound tub ( $0.0189 per gram )
I have been using this protein in both the Vanilla and Banana flavors in my daily green smoothies and it tastes just fine when mixed. I have also used the Chocolate Mint & Banana Cream flavors in the past, alone with just milk or water in a shaker and it is also pretty good and mixes well.

The sale is good through the month of April and good on ALL Vitamin Shoppe & Body Tech Brands (price reflected when added to the cart)

There is also CB on sites ranging from 10% on down depending on which site you prefer.

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#61
On the fence between this and Dymatize 10lbs Elite Whey Protein Isolate.

2 tubs of bodtytech 24 is working out to be $84 (various taxes, and higher prices for other stuff)

Dymatize 10lbs Elite Whey Protein Isolate is working out to be $89
http://www.allstarhealth.com/f/dy...ed.htm?v=1

Which one to get....
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#62
Quote from Nate650 View Post :
Highly toxic? According to this [wikipedia.org] chart, small to moderate consumption of ethanol is a good thing.

Cocaine was believed to be the miracle drug, they even sold cocaine as a drink, coca cola. I have yet to see a healthy heavy cocaine (or coca cola drinker).

Yet, the number of poeople supposedly affected by the artificial sweetener are: 0, only a few lab mice that were given humongous doses. Equivalent dose of of dihydrogen oxide would have killed the mice too.
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#63
For peeps looking for 100% natural, get this:
http://www.allstarhealth.com/f/no...al.htm?v=1

Its one of the (if not THE) cheapest high quality unflavored proteins.
Mix in water, + 25% pure OJ or mango juice, and you have a decent (and mild) tasting drink.

A second alternative would be stevia flavored protein powders, eg
http://www.allstarhealth.com/f/dy...l).htm?v=1

or even
http://www.allstarhealth.com/f/op...al.htm?v=1
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#64
This is a great protein for the price point. It mixes just fine (i use blender bottles). All of the Body Tech products are pretty good actually. Time to stock up!

Now does anyone have a 20% coupon to share?
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#65
I use this, imo this mixes much more easier then other protein drinks out there.
sad part I double the amount of serving just to keep up the protein intake with the other protein competitors. good deal! and I get points from buying from vitaminshoppe
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Quote from Friend of Sonic View Post :
Not to TC, but is there any protein powders that are free of artificial sweetners? Even if it tastes like crap, I think I'd rather have that.
ON Natural Gold

here [amazon.com]
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#67
Since new customers (only) get a 20% off coupon after placing an order that can be used for a second order, would it be possible to "game" the system by placing an order > $25 to be shipped and then when the 20% off e-mail arrives, either cancelling that order or returning all of the product on the original order to a local Vitamin Shoppe store?
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#68
Quote from Joe1199 View Post :
This is a great protein for the price point. It mixes just fine (i use blender bottles). All of the Body Tech products are pretty good actually. Time to stock up!

Now does anyone have a 20% coupon to share?

20% OFF YOUR 2ND PURCHASE (NEW CUSTOMERS) SALE
Vitamin Shoppe: New Customers - Get 20% Off Your 2nd Purchase. A 20% Off Coupon will be sent in an email after the 1st purchase (when items are shipped). Email/Site registration required.

As I said in my post, if you got my front page deal a few weeks ago you may still have this coupon... Its a unique to your account, its not a code.
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#69
Quote from Nate650 View Post :
And this is how the U.S. differs from other countries. We always need to see "proof" (which may never come) before we take action, a dangerous proposition if you ask me.
Exactly! I drink battery acid everyday since there are no studies done that 'proves' its bad for you.
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Quote from !xobile! View Post :
Exactly! I drink battery acid everyday since there are no studies done that 'proves' its bad for you.

And I drinke coke/pepsi as there are no studies done that 'prove' its bad for you.
Similarly for eating cookies, cakes, chinese takeout.....
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Quote from Nate650 View Post :
And this is how the U.S. differs from other countries. We always need to see "proof" (which may never come) before we take action, a dangerous proposition if you ask me.
From wikipedia:
"As with other artificial sweeteners, there is concern over the safety of acesulfame potassium. However, the United States Food and Drug Administration (US FDA) has approved their general use. Critics say acesulfame potassium has not been studied adequately and may be carcinogenic,[9] although these claims have been dismissed by the US FDA[10] and by equivalent authorities in the European Union.[11]"

So it's not just the US. This stuff is probably fine in the quantities we eat.
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#72
Quote from Nate650 View Post :
Very weak analogy. Look at what happened to the margarine/butter debate. We thought we had proof margarine is healthier, and now people are switching back to good-old fashioned butter because of garbage science. Not to mention there is so much corruption and influence to yield any meaningful results from a food/nutrition study.
you'd think that by now people in the states would realize whats good for them and whats not. the so called "proofs" and researches that say something is good are in most cases driven by the companies selling this garbage. like the soda association of america had ads in the 50's telling people to start their children on a soda diet early in the age. keep seeking that proof until you die from god knows what. i'll take the natural way.
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#73
Here's a little spreadsheet I put together when i was comparing protein brands. It's missing a few good ones and surely isn't anything pretty to look at, but it helps. Hopefully, my math is right...

I based my stats on 4 shakes per day trying to stay close to 25g of protein per shake.

-The "Servings" column is what is displayed on the label. If you read the comment, it shows how many actual servings are in the container based on the protein goal per shake (25g).

-The "Protein" column shows the protein per scoop and the total amount of protein in the container. This is also pulled from the label on the container.

-The "Calories/Serving" is pulled from the label on the container.

-The "Calories/Shake" is based on the goal of 25g of protein. Some shakes had additional partial scoops to get near that goal, thus having more calories.

-The "Price" column shows a rough idea of prices. I tried to include common sale prices.

-The "Cost/Shake" column is based on the number of servings in relation to the 25g protein goal.

So based on this information:
- Whey Tech Pro 24 is actually the 2nd least expensive protein even when it's regular price. The Twinlab price I have may even be a sale price, which would make Whey Tech the cheapest.
- The ratio of protein is 24g to 29.4g, which is better than most.
- The calories-per-shake is fairly low in comparison.
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#74
Quote from demoport View Post :
I still have 25lbs of whey.... to buy or not to buy...

I still have about 50 pounds from Cvs and 20 pounds from Under Armour Big Grin or inner Armour Embarrassment and I don't even lift



ps . this seems like good deal drool
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#75
Quote from demoport View Post :
I still have 25lbs of whey.... to buy or not to buy...
Lol I got like 50lb and still tempted.. It matches ON
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