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BodyBuilding.com has 3-Pack of 270-Count Controlled Labs Orange Triad Daily Multivitamin Tablets for $54.68 when you follow the steps below. Shipping starts $4.25 (may vary by location). Thanks upallnight312

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  • Orange Triad combines key vitamins, minerals, and nutrients for supporting optimal digestion, immune system, and joint health into one twice daily dietary supplement.
  • Well reviewed product earning a 9.2/10 rating by 507 BodyBuilding reviewers -johnny_miller

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Bodybuilding.com has Orange Triad multivitamins on sale for 30% off.

Use code SPOT10 for an extra 10% off, this helps offset the shipping charge

Example: I ordered 3 bottles total was ~$60 + ~$6 shipping, 10% off knocked out the shipping charge.

The more you buy, the better the deal maybe, depending on shipping weight.

https://www.bodybuilding.com/stor...triad.html
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WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Labdoor analysis, 80/100 score. Take from it what you will.

https://labdoor.com/review/contro...ange-triad
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Been using these for a long time and I really like them. This is the best price I've seen - beware though, they are 3 vitamins twice daily and they're a large pill. I actually find it easier to swallow more than 1 at a time (like a big bite of food). Thanks OP!

Edit: just got an email from BB this morning they are now offering free shipping on all orders $49+ which makes this an even sweeter deal.
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Quite sad bb.com no longer does b2g1free sales on these, as they did for years.

This~equals the price IIRC, but I recently bought an entire year of another multi, so I can't justify getting these at this time..

Regardless, thank you! for posting.
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With the free shipping that Dylan noted, this is even better than the old MuscleHQ deals for $19/bottle with free shipping (when 3 ordered - just checked my receipts). Nice find OP.

Edit: Looks like there is no free shipping on these Triads, the way the BB site shows free shipping is misleading after reading the details page (only for 'B-Elite' products). Still a good price considering it's been a while since the B2G1 and MuscleHQ deals.
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how are you guys getting free shipping?
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how are you guys getting free shipping?
I still have a few bottles, so was going to hold off - but I saw the free shipping offer on the BB site (center, near top of webpage notes 'Free Shipping on orders $49 or more'). Looking into it deeper, it looks like it's a bit of a wank.... the details on the free shipping offer page state it is only for products with a 'B-Elite' tag on their product page. Can't speak for the emailed coupon Dylan mentioned, it may have been more inclusive. Apologies for sharing the misleading header info.
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I can see the advert for free shipping but its not applying in cart. fix?
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My order doesn't show free shipping eligible even when I add over $49. Add on site states, "Add $49.00 of B-Elite products to qualify for FREE Shipping."

EDIT: See your post update. Oh well...$5.99 economy shipping isn't too bad.
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I actually miss BB old shipping. Now that they have this new plans I no longer get my stuff in one day with basic shipping but the pricing is basically the same.
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Labdoor analysis, 80/100 score. Take from it what you will.

https://labdoor.com/review/contro...ange-triad

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Vitamin A content was measured at 5300 IU/serving, only 6% over its 5000 IU label claim.

Vitamin B-6 content, at 30.83mg/serving, nearly matched its 30mg label claim, while both vitamin B-3 (110.73mg/serving) and folic acid (608mcg/serving) exceeded label claims by 10.73% and 52%, respectively.

Vitamin C content was measured at 598.67mg/serving, nearly matching its 600mg label claim.

Vitamin D-3 content was measured at 2060 IU/serving, just 3% over its 2000 IU label claim.

3 key minerals saw significant label claim variance. Magnesium (122.4mg/serving), phosphorus (89mg/serving), and potassium (35.1mg/serving) measured 22.4%, 48.3%, and 29.8% off their label claims, respectively. Calcium (168.5mg/serving) and manganese (3.3mg/serving) also recorded significant label claims variance, exceeding their claims by 12.33% and 10%, respectively. Zinc (31.7mg/serving) fared better in label accuracy, exceeding its claim by 5.67%.

Bulk samples of this product passed the six mineral assays, indicating presence of under 1PPM (part per million) of arsenic, lead, cadmium, bismuth, antimony, and silver.

All multivitamin products recorded similar macronutrient profiles, with minimal variation in calorie, fat, carbohydrate, and sugar content.

All key vitamins (A, B-3, B-6, C, D, and folic acid) measured at levels that exceed their Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs).

Only manganese and zinc were recorded at levels that exceed their RDAs (per serving). A single serving would also provide nearly 17% of the RDA of calcium (for adults under 50 years of age) and over 29% of the RDA of magnesium (for adults over the age of 19).
Controlled Labs Orange Triad passed all heavy metals assays, with levels of compounds like arsenic, lead, and cadmium all below 1.0PPM (parts per million).

While levels of vitamin A in one serving are harmless, two servings would exceed the 10,000 IU Upper Limit (UL). Similarly, use caution when consuming foods high in vitamin A while supplementing with this product. Chronic toxicity has been linked to the development of neurological and skeletal defects.

This product was found to significantly exceed the RDA for vitamins B-3, B-6, and folic acid. Notably, a single serving provides over 3x the UL of vitamin B-3 and provide over half the UL of folic acid. B-3 toxicity may cause flushing of the skin, increased heart rate, and nausea. Supplemental folic acid, when taken in large amounts, may mask a vitamin B-12 deficiency, a condition that may lead to severe, often irreversible neurological damage.

This product also significantly exceeds the RDA for vitamin D, recording one of the highest levels of D-3 in this category. Two servings of this product would exceed the established UL for the nutrient. Excessive vitamin D intake over prolonged exposure may cause a toxic buildup of calcium in the blood, a condition linked to gastrointestinal distress and kidney damage.

Vitamin A (as carotenoids), at 5300 IU/serving, exceeds its RDA for men (3000 IU) and women (2300 IU). According to the Office of Dietary Supplements of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), dietary carotenoids are considered to be the least bioactive forms of vitamin A (less than 10% of the efficacy of pre-formed vitamin A).

Vitamin B-3 (as niacinamide/inositol hexanicotinate), at 110.73mg/serving, significantly exceeds its RDA for both men (16mg) and women (14mg).

Vitamin B-6, at 30.83mg/serving, also significantly exceeds the RDA for both men and women 19-50 years of age (1.3mg) as well as the RDA for older adults (men: 1.7mg, women: 1.5mg).

Folic Acid, at 608mcg/serving, exceeds its 400mcg RDA.

Vitamin C, at 598.67mg/serving, also significantly exceeds its RDA for both men (90mg) and women (75mg).

Vitamin D-3, at 2600 IU/serving, significantly exceeds the 600 IU RDA set for men and women 1-70 years of age.

Manganese and zinc were the only tested minerals to meet or exceed their recommended intake per serving of this product. Manganese content, at 3.3mg/serving, exceeds its RDA for men (2.3mg) and women (1.8mg). Zinc, at 31.7mg/serving, also exceeds its RDA for both men (11mg) and women (8mg).
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I usually use Adam's, mainly due to the price. But for this price, I'm seriously considering grabbing some!

Thanks OP!
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Bought four today, have twelve bottles in my stash.

Best multi, great price.
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Labdoor analysis, 80/100 score. Take from it what you will.

https://labdoor.com/review/contro...ange-triad
I've never heard of that site, but thanks for the link. Lots of useful info.
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