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Promoted 08-06-2016 by Randy71 at 09:10 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 120-Count SmartyPants Kids Complete Gummy Vitamins for $8.07 after 'clipped' 50% off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon) and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks tedhawkins

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Edited August 5, 2016 at 03:36 PM by mlacey3
SmartyPants Kids Complete Gummy Vitamins: Multivitamin, Vitamin D3, B12 (Methylcobalamin), & Omega 3 DHA / EPA Fish Oil, 120 count (30 Day Supply) $8.97 Amazon

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004QQ9LVS


About the Product
10 ESSENTIAL NUTRIENTS AND WILD-CAUGHT OMEGA 3 FISH OIL for brain health
NON-GMO. ALLERGEN-FREE. NO SYNTHETIC COLORS OR FLAVORS.
VITAMIN D3 for bone health + HIGH POTENCY B12 for mental focus and energy balance
GALAXY'S BEST TASTING GUMMY VITAMIN! No fishy or vitamin-y taste because we spread our nutrients out over 4 gummies per serving.
1 GRAM OF ORGANIC, FAIR TRADE CANE SUGAR PER GUMMY - Our light outer dusting keeps gummies from sticking together and to your teeth! HIGH-QUALITY ALL-IN-ONE SUPPLEMENT at an affordable price
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These vitamins hit most of the important check boxes I was looking for for my little guys. I've been buying from Costco, and I usually get the adult version and give my kids two instead of the recommended 6 per day. From what I can see, the adult (cheaper) and kid versions are exactly the same, they just adjust the suggested serving size. This is a solid price though. The adult version 240 count is $16.99 after $4 discount at Costco this month which is as cheap as they usually get (Costco runs the discount every few months or so). Quality and taste have been consistent for the past 2+ years I've been buying, and my kids love them. I'm sure the hardcore whole food folks will not buy as it contains refined products, but their diets are better than you will ever be anyways Wink

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Also, 50% OFF the below items

SmartyPants Women's Complete Gummy Vitamins 180 Count $16
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01B1JPXBE

SmartyPants Adult Complete Gummy Vitamins:
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SmartyPants PreNatal Complete Gummy Vitamins
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These vitamins hit most of the important check boxes I was looking for for my little guys. I've been buying from Costco, and I usually get the adult version and give my kids two instead of the recommended 6 per day. From what I can see, the adult (cheaper) and kid versions are exactly the same, they just adjust the suggested serving size. This is a solid price though. The adult version 240 count is $16.99 after $4 discount at Costco this month which is as cheap as they usually get (Costco runs the discount every few months or so). Quality and taste have been consistent for the past 2+ years I've been buying, and my kids love them. I'm sure the hardcore whole food folks will not buy as it contains refined products, but their diets are better than you will ever be anyways Wink
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Last edited by SumpinSumpin August 5, 2016 at 03:31 PM
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Mine came to $9.88 total. Great idea, adult vitamins for kids. I also usually get them from Costco for ~$.08 each, so this kills it. Thanks, op!
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Is it just me or are gummy vitamins for adults one of the signs of the apocalypse?
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still seems really expensive only for a 30-day supply
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Is it just me or are gummy vitamins for adults one of the signs of the apocalypse?
Whatever gets people to swallow them. Of course, I'm pretty sure there's no conclusive evidence of any benefit to adding these to a typical first-world diet...

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Whatever gets people to swallow them. Of course, I'm pretty sure there's no conclusive evidence of any benefit to adding these to a typical first-world diet...

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I've seen a few decent studies that showed that vitamin supplements in the absence of an unusual dietary deficiency not only don't provide benefits, in some cases they can cause long term problems.

http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-and...tivitamins

I just remember the first time I saw adult gummy vitamins I thought "Really? Grownups need candy vitamins?" laugh out loud

I see it for kids, although I recall when I was a kid in the 60's and flintstone chewable vitamins first came out. I thought they were yummy so when my mom wasn't looking I ate half the bottle.

What would really sell is if they came out with gummy valium for children.
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thanks but too much of this is harmful
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Already in s&s list for $3.98 from earlier deal.
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Quote from SumpinSumpin View Post :
These vitamins hit most of the important check boxes I was looking for for my little guys. I've been buying from Costco, and I usually get the adult version and give my kids two instead of the recommended 6 per day. From what I can see, the adult (cheaper) and kid versions are exactly the same, they just adjust the suggested serving size. This is a solid price though. The adult version 240 count is $16.99 after $4 discount at Costco this month which is as cheap as they usually get (Costco runs the discount every few months or so). Quality and taste have been consistent for the past 2+ years I've been buying, and my kids love them. I'm sure the hardcore whole food folks will not buy as it contains refined products, but their diets are better than you will ever be anyways Wink
Right...because kids need the exact same proportion of vitamins as adults, just lesser amounts? And any vitamin requiring six a day is a ridiculous marketing ploy.
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Somehow I got these for 50cents during the prime event
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gelatin for religious reasons killed it for me
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I got the men's version of these for free during prime day. So far I think they're great. No funny taste, but you do have to consume 6 a day. I just took advantage of this deal and they came out to $10 with the discount for the men's with 15% S&S
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