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Vital Proteins and fulfilled by Amazon [amazon.com] has Collagen Peptides Powder on sale for $7.99
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Bioavailable Collagen Peptides Powder sourced from grass-fed, pasture-raised bovine to ensure a high quality and sustainable source of this powerful ingredient. Digested and absorbed by the body quickly for maximum benefits. Helps improve the health of your hair, skin, nails, joints and ligaments, and tendons**. Soluble in hot or cold liquids, including coffee, smoothies, and tea. 1-2 scoops a day is all you need! It can be taken in the morning, afternoon or in the evening.
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Cheaper at costco in-store, $22 for 24oz.

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The one at vital proteins has hyaluronic acid and vitamin C in it.
Correct. The last time they went on sale at Costco was almost a year ago and it was only $6 off ($29.99 original price). Now it's $8 off, which makes it the cheapest I've seen at Costco in a long time.

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Cheaper at costco in-store, $22 for 24oz.

Edit: corrected size.
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It's actually $22 for 24oz at Costco. Just bought 16 tubs 😬
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It's actually $22 for 24oz at Costco. Just bought 16 tubs 😬
does it make that big of a difference
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There's a difference between the Costco version and the one sold directly from vitalproteins website.
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It's actually $22 for 24oz at Costco. Just bought 16 tubs 😬
Are you syaing they dont go on sale often to load them?
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does it make that big of a difference
If you're going to compare OP's price and say something is cheaper somewhere else, you should at least give factual info so people can comparison shop and make their own informed decision about what's a good deal to them or not.
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Are you syaing they dont go on sale often to load them?
Correct. The last time they went on sale at Costco was almost a year ago and it was only $6 off ($29.99 original price). Now it's $8 off, which makes it the cheapest I've seen at Costco in a long time.
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There's a difference between the Costco version and the one sold directly from vitalproteins website.
Can you provide more context or proof?
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The one at vital proteins has hyaluronic acid and vitamin C in it.
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The one at vital proteins has hyaluronic acid and vitamin C in it.
Wow I don't know what to make of this. It's so shady of Costco, selling a watered down product.
I've been buying this at Costco for so long thinking I was getting a great deal. I did think it was weird on the side of the packaging it says, "FOR COSTCO RESALE ONLY." Now I know why! Mad
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Found a glitch for more savings. If you put two in cart, maximum allowed, then put in the code and select the subscription discount it gives another $1.40 off. I also selected the delayed shipping, which oddly was the same delivery day, it gave a $1 digital credit.

I saw the deal from Costco from FlavCity, wish I would have a Costco near me or I would have stocked up on that. Yet this deal posted is slightly less per oz. https://www.costco.com/vital-prot...82293.html
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Found a glitch for more savings. If you put two in cart, maximum allowed, then put in the code and select the subscription discount it gives another $1.40 off. I also selected the delayed shipping, which oddly was the same delivery day, it gave a $1 digital credit.

I saw the deal from Costco from FlavCity, wish I would have a Costco near me or I would have stocked up on that. Yet this deal posted is slightly less per oz. https://www.costco.com/vital-prot...82293.html [costco.com]
Thanks! Just grabbed two for $13.82
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The one at vital proteins has hyaluronic acid and vitamin C in it.
Not sure where your getting this from. There is only 1 ingredient in this stuff. "Bovine Hide Collagen Peptides."

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