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$4.48 for me, after tax. Thanks!
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Hope this tastes better than the Gatorade ones.
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Grade F on fakespot
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4 packs - vanilla are the better deal when combined with 15% SS and coupon.
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I wonder how these taste compared to Premier Protein,as I really like them
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Anyone know how these taste?
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I wonder how these taste compared to Premier Protein,as I really like them
Premier is better IMO. But I'm not a fan of vanilla in either brand, so take that for what its worth.
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In for 30. On that DeChambeau diet.
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Thoughts on this deal for someone who's trying to gain weight? Working with a personal trainer, looking to build muscle.

Just curious if it's any more cost effective than powders + blender.
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Geez, the reviews about the product's packaging are brutal
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Thoughts on this deal for someone who's trying to gain weight? Working with a personal trainer, looking to build muscle.

Just curious if it's any more cost effective than powders + blender.
The powders are way cheaper, especially on sale like the Myprotein ones which are around $50-$55 for 11lbs (around 200 servings of 20g protein). But, these drinks are more convinient, and makes it easier to intake more protein. I am always in a rush in the morning, and with these I can get 30g of protein for breakfast, which I would have probably skipped being too lazy to grab protein powder, shaker in the morning. But if you put a little more effort and make your own shake anytime of the day, you will end up saving a lot more money.
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Ive had these in the can before. Actually really good taste
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Thoughts on this deal for someone who's trying to gain weight? Working with a personal trainer, looking to build muscle.

Just curious if it's any more cost effective than powders + blender.
This is probably a better question for your personal trainer and not a bunch of average Joe's on Slickdeals
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