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Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey Protein Powder, 5 Pounds as low as $36.75 shipped with S&S

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This price is with maximum 15% S&S discount.

Not all flavors qualify but several do (price varies slightly). The coupon is multi-use.

Items: $53.99
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Total before tax: $32.39
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Order total: $36.75
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Decent deal?
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Its a decent deal for anyone not needing multiple of quantities at a given time or doesn't want to stock up with other offers (i.e. BOGO, etc.)

Ever since seeing MyProtein deals being posted on Slickdeals, I've enjoyed coming across the many options available as a protein supplement source.

Optimum Nutrition is a usually the ideal choice to enthusiasts, but like many other notable brands, manufacturers like to modify the ingredients list every now and then, but maintain the same label, and thus leaves the product at a semi-desirable state.

Individual research is necessary and not all protein powders are made to same quality expectation.

Labdoor has been immensely helpful in determining the true breakdown of many of the popular choices.
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Unfortunately Chocolate mint isn't included in this deal.
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Its a decent deal for anyone not needing multiple of quantities at a given time or doesn't want to stock up with other offers (i.e. BOGO, etc.)

Ever since seeing MyProtein deals being posted on Slickdeals, I've enjoyed coming across the many options available as a protein supplement source.

Optimum Nutrition is a usually the ideal choice to enthusiasts, but like many other notable brands, manufacturers like to modify the ingredients list every now and then, but maintain the same label, and thus leaves the product at a semi-desirable state.

Individual research is necessary and not all protein powders are made to same quality expectation.

Labdoor has been immensely helpful in determining the true breakdown of many of the popular choices.
Labdoor and myprotein are in cahoots. Google it
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Ahh... no Double rich chocolate...
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Its a decent deal for anyone not needing multiple of quantities at a given time or doesn't want to stock up with other offers (i.e. BOGO, etc.)
I just placed two more orders. It looks like this is a multiple use coupon.

Also, this is good on some flavors that aren't $53.99, I just used it on banana which is $54.06. I'll update the first post.
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I wouldn't be surprised, one company sponsoring another.
MyProtein wouldn't even be transparent to me regarding their product origins and how its made when I inquired not so long ago LMAO I've only tried them once.

I usually opt for ON. If there is something odd going on between Labdoor and the like, then I'm sure everyone in the community will eventually chime in.

I also see MuscleFeast on Labdoor's ratings, the generic labels from MuscleFeast's products always raises concern, lol

However, I've been assured by the company's CEO that MuscleFeast's protein comes from Germany and therefore, grass-fed and hormone-free, laugh out loud

Therefore when it comes to whey protein protein, I'll follow the order like this, ON> Muscle Feast > MyProtein (only if its really attractive; unfortunately their flavors purely artificial, they never seem to have the Stevia-isolate in stock)

Results will vary, consumers need to research and know what they're getting themselves into, because its a lucrative business out there and these supplement companies put a dollar value into everything. Anyone wants to start a protein-supplement business can PM me. " Just Kidding " laugh out loud
Muscle Feast was started by parents who wanted to get their son protein powder for cheap. Thus, they start sourcing whey powder wholesale, and then decided to open up shop as a new supplement business.

Companies rise and fail, some outlast others, some just don't make the pike.

For now, general consensus is that, ON is the way to go, unless you're into Plant Protein and other sources of protein, there's a lot out there in terms of protein powder choices on the market.

Oh, there's also Tru-Nutrition, and then again, can't verify all the legitimacy of all these companies. What would Muscle Pharm do? Make a presence at Costco Big Grin

What's good about Labdoor is that one can tell which protein powders are currently popular, thus more scrutiny not from labs like Labdoor, but consumers ourselves. If we doubt it, we can always share the feedback necessary to determine what can be done.

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Labdoor and myprotein are in cahoots. Google it
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I wouldn't be surprised, one company sponsoring another.
MyProtein wouldn't even be transparent to me regarding their product origins and how its made when I inquired not so long ago LMAO I've only tried them once.

I usually opt for ON. If there is something odd going on between Labdoor and the like, then I'm sure everyone in the community will eventually chime in.

I also see MuscleFeast on Labdoor's ratings, the generic labels from MuscleFeast's products always raises concern, lol

However, I've been assured by the company's CEO that MuscleFeast's protein comes from Germany and therefore, grass-fed and hormone-free, laugh out loud

Therefore when it comes to whey protein protein, I'll follow the order like this, ON> Muscle Feast > MyProtein (only if its really attractive; unfortunately their flavors purely artificial, they never seem to have the Stevia-isolate in stock)

Results will vary, consumers need to research and know what they're getting themselves into, because its a lucrative business out there and these supplement companies put a dollar value into everything. Anyone wants to start a protein-supplement business can PM me. " Just Kidding " laugh out loud
Muscle Feast was started by parents who wanted to get their son protein powder for cheap. Thus, they start sourcing whey powder wholesale, and then decided to open up shop as a new supplement business.

Companies rise and fail, some outlast others, some just don't make the pike.

For now, general consensus is that, ON is the way to go, unless you're into Plant Protein and other sources of protein, there's a lot out there in terms of protein powder choices on the market.

Oh, there's also Tru-Nutrition, and then again, can't verify all the legitimacy of all these companies. What would Muscle Pharm do? Make a presence at Costco Big Grin

What's good about Labdoor is that one can tell which protein powders are currently popular, thus more scrutiny not from labs like Labdoor, but consumers ourselves. If we doubt it, we can always share the feedback necessary to determine what can be done.
Arjun, What's your take on Musclepharm Combat Whey Protein? Is that good ? I've tried On from Costco, it was too sweet for me.
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I've tried Musclepharm's Combat Whey Protein only once, and that was a few years back. wasn't aware that Musclepharm had put in some artificial fillers to bump up the specs. However, I believe things are normal now at Musclepharm and they've been able to regain some customer loyalty. However, the ingredients list is still something to question.

I would still go with ON (in this case Natural) or even try Muscle Feast. Don't overpay for protein powder, always go with a clean and verifiable source.

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Arjun, What's your take on Musclepharm Combat Whey Protein? Is that good ? I've tried On from Costco, it was too sweet for me.
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