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Quest Nutrition Protein Bars 24-Count for $38.73 with free shipping

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Last Edited by lalullaby May 17, 2016 at 09:27 AM
luckyvitamin.com has Quest Nutrition protein bars buy one get one 25% off. Add two boxes of the same flavor to cart and then apply code GLUTEN516 for an additional 10% off. Total for 24 bars came to $38.73 and shipping is free.

You can add multiple flavors but the BOGO 25% off only works if you add two of each.

http://www.luckyvitamin.com/sb-qu...otein-bars
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#2
Note: This only seems to work with two of the same flavor.
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Exceptional deal. These are perfect for the Spartan race too!
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Exceptional deal. These are perfect for the Spartan race too!
Not really. This price is barely meh....
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You can order multiple flavors but you need to order two of each.
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#6
They are much better priced than what I can get them for locally.
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#7
Not amazing price. Better to hold out for vitacost and do the referral 'trick' (its not really a trick, they of course know people refer themselves)
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Quest for the toilet!
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#9
Other than quest being less prone to melting in the summer, I'd choose Combat Crunch over Quest for taste and its cheaper per bar with B2G1 Free @ muscleandstrength.com. They taste better than any regular candy bar.
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Quote from jagercola View Post :
Other than quest being less prone to melting in the summer, I'd choose Combat Crunch over Quest for taste and its cheaper per bar with B2G1 Free @ muscleandstrength.com. They taste better than any regular candy bar.
Keep in mind, if anyone is calculating macros, Combat Crunch bars cost more than Quest bars, at least on Weight Watchers.
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#11
$1.61 a bar after tax for 8 boxes, can't beat that around here.
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$1.61 a bar after tax for 8 boxes, can't beat that around here.
Make your own bars... Quest is a great product but at that price point it's ridiculous
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Make your own bars... Quest is a great product but at that price point it's ridiculous
I don't even have a response to this, if it was that easy there would be a million idiots selling protein bars.
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Quote from BuffBall1 View Post :
I don't even have a response to this, if it was that easy there would be a million idiots selling protein bars.
You can make your own for a buck a bar. Google homemade quest bar.
Viatfiber is still rather expensive.
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I don't even have a response to this, if it was that easy there would be a million idiots selling protein bars.
Umm... it is easy, you're paying a premium for convenience. But if you're into health, convenience isn't exactly the scapegoat you should be using.

There are countless recipes on the internet, most of which are no-bake.
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