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EJRICH 278 343 September 8, 2015 at 08:50 AM in Vitamins (5) More Vitamin Shoppe Deals
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Last Edited by EJRICH September 9, 2015 at 06:12 PM
Vitamin Shoppe is currently have a BOGO 50% off sale on Bodytech and Vitamin Shoppe brand products. This morning, I got an extra coupon in my email that takes another 15% off. This coupon STACKS with the current promotion, further reducing prices and making for some pretty good deals. Coupon code is UY34EW8A.

Regular Whey Protein (multiple flavors): $50.99 for 10 pounds after coupon

http://www.vitaminshoppe.com/p/bo...e8DBvlViko

Whey Tech Pro 24 (multiple flavors): $63.74 for 10 pounds after coupon.

http://www.vitaminshoppe.com/p/bo...e8DWflViko

Of course they have a lot of other stuff on sale as well, so shop around.
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Last Edited by carben100 September 9, 2015 at 07:33 AM
The 15% off code is not unique, everyone can use UY34EW8A Smilie

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I got this as a postcard in the mail too.
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One is Whey Protein Concentrate(regular) and the other is a mix of Isolate and Whey Protein Concentrate (Tech). The Tech also has higher amino acid quantities.

Anyone else see any other key differences?
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I may be shooting myself in the foot here, but if you want to sweeten the deal further, you should check out Raise.com. They sell electronic gift cards (generally delivered instantaneously, and can be used online or in-store). Vitamin Shoppe ones usually range from 15% to 20% off. I picked up a $250 card for like $202 last week, and used that in conjunction with the two sales that were mentioned above. It ended up making everything about 50% off.

It looks like Raise is out of Vitamin Shoppe cards right now, but they get new stock regularly, so it's worth checking. As I said, they're delivered instantaneously. And, in the rare instance I have ever had a problem with a card I have received, their customer service is super helpful and resolves the issue right then on the phone.
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Quote from TheZipper View Post :
One is Whey Protein Concentrate(regular) and the other is a mix of Isolate and Whey Protein Concentrate (Tech). The Tech also has higher amino acid quantities.

Anyone else see any other key differences?
They Whey Tech Pro 24 (or whatever it is called), essentially has the same formulation as Optimum Nutrition Whey. As mentioned, it's higher concentration, so despite the higher cost, the cost per gram of protein ends up being about the same. One thing I did notice, however, is that the more expensive one contains lactase -- the enzyme that breaks down lactose. So, if you're lactose intolerant, you might find that it is easier to digest. I know I prefer it.
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This is a very good price for the Tech Pro 24. I've really been craving that chocolate mint. Unfortunately, no promo code in my email.
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Is anyone not using their coupon? Maybe it's going to expire? Wanna hook it up?
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Anyone have a 15% coupon they wont use?
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I got this as a postcard in the mail too.
Gonna use it by any chance? If not, mind letting me use it so it doesn't go to waste?
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is the Tech Pro comparable to ON Gold Standard? I know very little about whey protein, all I know is ON tastes good and has been helping me lose weight as a meal replacement on a low carb diet. any recommendations? ON is getting expensive
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this is an amazing deal. I went for it and usually do when its on. I got a friend 30lbs of the Chocolate for 153$ Lol.

don't know why people gush over the ON deals when this is the same stuff for cheaper

doesn't get better than that

if you find chocolate flavors to be a little timid, add a little cocoa powder. very few calories but improves flavor tremendously and very inexpensive
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Quote from WabbaJ View Post :
this is an amazing deal. I went for it and usually do when its on. I got a friend 30lbs of the Chocolate for 153$ Lol.

don't know why people gush over the ON deals when this is the same stuff for cheaper

doesn't get better than that

if you find chocolate flavors to be a little timid, add a little cocoa powder. very few calories but improves flavor tremendously and very inexpensive

Good idea that I'm going to have to try! I have two giant vats of the chocolate and strawberry that I'm struggling to get through. Timid is the write word to describe the chocolate. The strawberry is just god awful any way you spin it.
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If anybody has a code that they weren't going to use it, i would really aprreciate it if they can send one over.
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Quote from kevinh View Post :
Good idea that I'm going to have to try! I have two giant vats of the chocolate and strawberry that I'm struggling to get through. Timid is the write word to describe the chocolate. The strawberry is just god awful any way you spin it.
I can vouch for the cocoa idea as well. Just be careful not to put in too much.
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