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1-Lb Perfotek Hydrolyzed Grass-Fed Beef Collagen + Peptides Powder (Unflavored) EXPIRED

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Perfotek via Amazon.com has 1-Lb Perfotek Hydrolyzed Grass-Fed Beef Collagen + Peptides Powder (Unflavored) on sale at 2 for $17.50 when you change the quantity to two, 'clip' the $5 off coupon found on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save using promotion code BOT1FREE (apply at checkout). Shipping is free. Thanks N-KaurB

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Clip 5$ coupon on product page and add 2 bottles of 16 oz , enter Coupon BOT1FREE and you total should be 20$ for 2 Bottles before taxes and you can get it down additional with s&s.
32oz total for 20$+ Tax
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Dang!!! That's a lot of buzz words in the title...
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Those comments are signed off by Anush Ohanyan under the name Jennifer Chao. The company can't even coordinate their names. Also, for one of the questions about "made in Brazil," the same person answers it's manufactured in USA. Everything seems haphazard and not clear. They may be legit, but personally I'll pass as I already got 4 packs from Costco. If I didn't have any, I might've risked it.
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When the company is not clear about where they are sourcing their collagen,
they are usually Chinese bovine collagen.
Companies that source from Brazilian, Argentinian, and other South American bovine collagen, they usually advertise it so prominently.

I'm just going to wait until Further Foods goes on sale on Costco.com again. The price is $25 for 32oz. I'd rather buy from more reputable companies without grammatical errors.
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Good deal, thanks!
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Dang!!! That's a lot of buzz words in the title...
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Dang!!! That's a lot of buzz words in the title...
Now you should be fine!
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Subscribe and Save 15% comes out to $12.50 for two. Good deal
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Great deal! I usually pay $25 for a 10 oz container
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How does this compare to the Costco stuff?
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Subscribe and Save 15% comes out to $12.50 for two. Good deal
Your tax rate must be dirt cheap or nonexistent. Mine came out to $13.38. Still an amazing deal. I would've bought them even at 20$.
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This is an unbelievable deal. 2 units for half the price of one unit, and it is gmo free, almost organic and from humanely slaughtered animal (kosher/halal). I only hope it is not expiring soon
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Weird... it's giving me 1 free and taking 15% off for S&S but it's not knocking off the $5 coupon. Getting $17.50 for 2.

edit:
Used a different browser and got it to work. 2 for $12.50 using S&S.
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One says 21.25 for 2 where am I going wrong
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When the company is not clear about where they are sourcing their collagen,
they are usually Chinese bovine collagen.
Companies that source from Brazilian, Argentinian, and other South American bovine collagen, they usually advertise it so prominently.

I'm just going to wait until Further Foods goes on sale on Costco.com again. The price is $25 for 32oz. I'd rather buy from more reputable companies without grammatical errors.
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