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Target has Quest Nutrition Protein Bars (4-Ct or 12-Ct Boxes) on sale for Buy One Get One 50% Off. Free store pickup where available or shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks gullzway

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Target has Quest Protein bars at Buy one Get one 50% off.

4 count are $7.99
12 count for $23.99


I grabbed 2 12 count boxes for $36.06 with Redcard

https://www.target.com/s?searchTerm=quest
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I'm on keto and just purchased some recently. However, the only way I eat them is after heating in the microwave for 20sec or so. Turns into a soft baked cookie. To die for really lol.
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$1.50 a bar is fairly decent absent of a crazy clearance or puritans pride type of deal. in for 2 12 packs.
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As someone getting back on Keto recently, these things have really gone downhill in regards to taste. I remember last year they changed the flavors a bit, but they were still pretty good. Now they just are not the same at all.

So far my go to is the FitCrunch from Costco, or just Halo Top when I need something sweet.
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As someone getting back on Keto recently, these things have really gone downhill in regards to taste. I remember last year they changed the flavors a bit, but they were still pretty good. Now they just are not the same at all.

So far my go to is the FitCrunch from Costco, or just Halo Top when I need something sweet.
I'm on keto and just purchased some recently. However, the only way I eat them is after heating in the microwave for 20sec or so. Turns into a soft baked cookie. To die for really lol.
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Good deal. Wegmans has the Quest hero bars for 15 dollars for a box of 10.
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quest vs Kirkland brand bars? which one taste better?
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quest vs Kirkland brand bars? which one taste better?
Quest. Kirkland bars still taste hard even after microwaving them.
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My local 24 Hour Fitness has 12 packs for $20/ea in more flavors than available at Target. Not sure if you need to be a member.
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quest vs Kirkland brand bars? which one taste better?
Taste is always subjective, but Quest having more variety is a big benefit when it comes to finding something you like.

I personally eat the Kirkland bars as my mainstay and occasionally grab a Quest Bar when I really want a break from the CCCD/Brownie alternation. If Costco had another flavor or two, I probably wouldn't go back.

It's pretty tough to argue with the Kirkland $18/20 price point and I really haven't had the "too hard" problem any more than I do with other bars of the same type, including Quest.
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Good deal on these, but Target only carries a limited selection of flavors.
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Taste is always subjective, but Quest having more variety is a big benefit when it comes to finding something you like.

I personally eat the Kirkland bars as my mainstay and occasionally grab a Quest Bar when I really want a break from the CCCD/Brownie alternation. If Costco had another flavor or two, I probably wouldn't go back.

It's pretty tough to argue with the Kirkland $18/20 price point and I really haven't had the "too hard" problem any more than I do with other bars of the same type, including Quest.
My argument is that they don't sell each flavor separately. I love the cookie dough, but can't stand the brownie. So I spend $18 for 10 bars that I can actually eat, and 10 that just sit around my pantry
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Too many pansies complaining about taste. You want tasty? Go eat a damn granola bar. This is for protein. Sissies can go home.
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I'm on keto and just purchased some recently. However, the only way I eat them is after heating in the microwave for 20sec or so. Turns into a soft baked cookie. To die for really lol.
You should try... FitCrunch Whey Protein Brownies, Cookie Dough. they sell them at walmart and they are by far the best thing outside of the new candy bar flavored Halo top.
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