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80-Count Move Free Triple Strength Glucosamine Chondroitin Joint Supplement EXPIRED

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Pharmapacks via Amazon has 80-Count Move Free Triple Strength Glucosamine Chondroitin and Hyaluronic Acid Joint Supplement on sale for $5.24 when you clip the 25% off coupon found on the product page. Shipping is free. Thanks Jamsays123 & JessicaSound

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Seems like a glitch but this product is generally sold around $15.

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How can they offer these much cheaper than all other sellers? Like Costco, Walgreens, even after BOGO and coupons?

In the past, quite a few Phamapak FP deals were either wrong count, wrong qty or plain price mistake and honored or corrected after alot of back and forth. So expect possible email for cancellations.


For example: here


https://slickdeals.net/e/9581244-3-pack-brita-replacement-water-filters-6-80-free-shipping?page=2#comments


https://slickdeals.net/e/8726495-reach-dentotape-waxed-tape-unflavored-100-yards-pack-of-6-3-94-fs-amazon-third-party?v=1&src=SiteSearch


But they do try to price lower than chain stores for a reason:



https://www.inc.com/magazine/2016...house.html
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I agree! They're always my first choice from sellers at Amz. Great prices and I've never had any sort of a problem with them at all. Not always the fastest shipping but that rarely matters to me.
Unless there's a special promo that's exclusive to their Amazon account, I suggest cutting Amazon out of the equation and going directly to pharmapacks.com. They usually have some promo for 10-15% off the whole order anyway. I do that with any merchant that I've found on Amazon after I've had good service with who has their own site. Prices are usually cheaper on the retailers own site.
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I'll probably get downvoted for this, but I have to say it anyways-

An extensively reviewed meta analysis published on NIH involving more than 3,800 people concluded no positive correlation with Glucosamine Chondroitin intake and arthritic pain relief/prevention. In other words, control groups which were administered Glucosamine/Chondroitin responded no better than placebo.

Also keep in mind that dietary supplements are not regulated by the FDA, as are prescription medications. Instead, supplement are very loosely regulated by the FTC, and there is a wide variance in quality and purity between manufacturers.
I've always assume as much, but my mom says she's not in as much pain these days, and if a placebo makes her complain that much less to me, that makes me Smilie She bugged me for weeks to order those Womens 50+ vitamins too, and I told her it's nonsense, but again it's cheaper to buy than the toll taken that argumentative dialogue results in.
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Can anyone comment on this product versus Osteo-Bi Flex? I routinely buy Osteo for my mom and want to know how this brand compares as it's way cheaper. Please share.
I have bad knees and used Osteo Bi Flex first. I wasn't noticing any results so tried Move Free and felt a slight improvement, but nothing spectacular. I recently switched to a product containing hemp that's been working great for me, but it's pricey so I may try alternating with Move Free.
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I'll probably get downvoted for this, but I have to say it anyways-

An extensively reviewed meta analysis published on NIH involving more than 3,800 people concluded no positive correlation with Glucosamine Chondroitin intake and arthritic pain relief/prevention. In other words, control groups which were administered Glucosamine/Chondroitin responded no better than placebo.

Also keep in mind that dietary supplements are not regulated by the FDA, as are prescription medications. Instead, supplement are very loosely regulated by the FTC, and there is a wide variance in quality and purity between manufacturers.
This is why I stopped taking it. Used to take it religiously until I started reading about it. This supplement MAY help with that issue you're having, we don't have any studies proving it but so and so took it and they said it helped.
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Unless there's a special promo that's exclusive to their Amazon account, I suggest cutting Amazon out of the equation and going directly to pharmapacks.com. They usually have some promo for 10-15% off the whole order anyway. I do that with any merchant that I've found on Amazon after I've had good service with who has their own site. Prices are usually cheaper on the retailers own site.
Good idea that I never seem to think about at the time. I'm trying to get better about remembering that Amz isn't always the best any more. But I buy a lot of small things from pharmapacks on Amz with free shipping, and it looks like they have a $35 min on their site. I'll definitely check there first next time though, so thanks for the reminder!
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Deal dead? Coupon disappeared after I tired to add it to cart.
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I'll probably get downvoted for this, but I have to say it anyways-

An extensively reviewed meta analysis published on NIH involving more than 3,800 people concluded no positive correlation with Glucosamine Chondroitin intake and arthritic pain relief/prevention. In other words, control groups which were administered Glucosamine/Chondroitin responded no better than placebo.

Also keep in mind that dietary supplements are not regulated by the FDA, as are prescription medications. Instead, supplement are very loosely regulated by the FTC, and there is a wide variance in quality and purity between manufacturers.
Not disagreeing with you, but with respect to the caveat at the end, Schiff is a pretty reputable company. I don't think you have anything to worry about with getting a bunk product or poison, efficacy of glucosamine aside.
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To those who did order make sure you pay attention to the packaging. Each box I received has a $3 off coupon on the inside cardboard of the box good till 1/9/2020. Additionally each box had a sticker with a "reward code" which gets you points to apply to things such as $3/$5 off product coupons or even $10 off at costco.
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I wait for it to go on sale at Rite Aid.
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