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$100 Nutrisystem gift card for $59.99 at Costco - Membership Required

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$100 Nutrisystem gift card for $59.99 at Costco - Membership Required
$100 Nutrisystem gift card for $59.99 at Costco valid 1/21/19 through 2/17/19. While supplies last. Limit 5 per member.

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Especially good deal if you combine it with their frequent promotions, too bad the food tastes horrible. You have to widdle your selections down to the ones you can tolerate, but then you get bored because there is no variety left.
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$100 Nutrisystem gift card for $59.99 at Costco - Membership Required
$100 Nutrisystem gift card for $59.99 at Costco valid 1/21/19 through 2/17/19. While supplies last. Limit 5 per member.

https://www.costco.com/.product.830060.html

Store: Costco Wholesale

https://www.costco.com/Nutrisyste...87771.html
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If you're doing it anyway, this is basically free money since it's on top of whatever deal/promotion you've worked out. I have several family members who have had great success, and they were thrilled when I told them about this. My mom loves it because the food is "good enough" and she doesn't have to think about it.

I love the idea of not having to measure or weigh anything or decide how to divide up my daily intake across meals. But, I just can't eat that much pre-packaged food. A lot of it is pretty tasty, but it just all tastes the same after a bit. I love cooking and being creative with seasonal ingredients, so I just can't do it.

Anyway, there is a limit of 5, but the in-store and online are different item #s since one is physical and one is digital. Last time I was able to buy 5 of each.
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Nutrisystem worked for me. Lost about 35lbs over the course of a year. Did absolutely no additional exercise, followed the plan to a T though.

Wish I was a costco member so I could take advantage of this again, I kept the weight off for a year or so after ending nutrisystem but am starting to put it back...
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Thanks very much for this post. I was going to call Nutrisystem tomorrow and now I can save $200. Wow......
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How does this work? Just buy the food they sell on their website and eat for few weeks and I lose weight?
Please educate me on this. Thanks
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first week u eat ONLY their stuff...you WILL lose pounds immediately cause it's restricting calories....then after that you bump up the daily calories allowed and also add in unlimited veggies...the key things it teaches you: 1) control portion size 2) awareness of what you're eating and it's impact
...the key takeaway for me has been it's not so much WHAT you eat as how much....i think it's worth it to get yourself on track......i'm down about 15lb...the gift card deal is great!
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first week u eat ONLY their stuff...you WILL lose pounds immediately cause it's restricting calories....then after that you bump up the daily calories allowed and also add in unlimited veggies...the key things it teaches you: 1) control portion size 2) awareness of what you're eating and it's impact
...the key takeaway for me has been it's not so much WHAT you eat as how much....i think it's worth it to get yourself on track......i'm down about 15lb...the gift card deal is great!
So I have to pay for 28 days of daily meal and costs about $400. Since I am an Asian , who mostly eat South Asian Indian and Chinese type of meal for lunch and dinner . It won't be easy but I do eat waffles , rice and most regular western foods. The choose your own package is more expensive
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I snagged these a couple days back.

I do the a la cart stuff and just pick the things I know I like. You can usually get 30 or 40% off deals on the a la cart, so it makes it cheaper to order a month of food than going with their normal "plan". The plan is good for the first time. So you try a lot of stuff..

The mcmuffin sandwiches for breakfast are the best. Their snack bars are pretty good too.

They have an app to track calories and progress and it works pretty well.
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Two questions: Does anyone know how often Costco has this $60 deal?

Here is what I'm wondering... I'd like to spring for 2 months worth of the full plan... and get 8 cards before the summer time, 4 cards now and 4 later, if they offer the deal again.

And when they auto-subscribe me to my first month and they attempt to continue the second month, will I be able to pay with the other half of my gift cards without using debit card? Want to make sure it's an option of payment instead of forcefully charging the debit.
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