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24-Count 0.6oz Pedialyte Sparkling Rush Electrolyte Powder (Cherry & Grape) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 24-Count 0.6-Oz Pedialyte Sparkling Rush Electrolyte Powder (Cherry & Grape) for $16.98 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free.

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  • Click here to add 24-Count 0.6-Oz Pedialyte Sparkling Rush Electrolyte Powder (Cherry & Grape) to cart.
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  • The price should be $37.74 - 50% Coupon Savings - 5% Subscribe & Save = $16.98
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Amazon [amazon.com] has 24-Count 0.6-Oz Pedialyte Sparkling Rush Electrolyte Powder (Cherry & Grape) for $16.98 when you 'clip' the 50% off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free.

Note: You may cancel Subscribe & Save any time after your order ships.
  • $37.74 - 50% Coupon Savings - 5% Subscribe & Save = $16.98


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Pedialyte sugars come from maltodextrin and it also includes Ace-K and Sucralose -- potentially toxic substances. I agree Nuun and ZYM are better products, though I'd rather stick to Emergen-C.

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Try:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018NZJA0E (1g sugar per serving, cheaper)
or
https://www.amazon.com/ZYM-Sport-...B08WJPW792 - 0g sugar

I ride 100 - 150 miles per week on a road bike, mostly with triathletes, we all use one of the above with great results.

Both offer other products, adding vitamin supplements, caffeine, etc.
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Pedialyte sugars come from maltodextrin and it also includes Ace-K and Sucralose -- potentially toxic substances. I agree Nuun and ZYM are better products, though I'd rather stick to Emergen-C.
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Quote from procop :
Pedialyte sugars come from maltodextrin and it also includes Ace-K and Sucralose -- potentially toxic substances. I agree Nuun and ZYM are better products, though I'd rather stick to Emergen-C.
I don't recal emergen c for electrolytes?
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Or just get straight electrolytes. Plenty of brands make drops like this: https://www.amazon.com/Electrolyt...ast_sto_dp
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Quote from procop :
Pedialyte sugars come from maltodextrin and it also includes Ace-K and Sucralose -- potentially toxic substances. I agree Nuun and ZYM are better products, though I'd rather stick to Emergen-C.
Oh man that is disappointing. These are pretty tasty. I have been carrying one or two around for the morning after a night out on the town.
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I bought a ton of these during last slick deal. Tastes like shit. Disappointing.
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I have been using Nuun tablets for my cycling - they work amazingly well.
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Or use Gatorade powder
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Quote from eshank :
Try:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018NZJA0E (1g sugar per serving, cheaper)
or
https://www.amazon.com/ZYM-Sport-...B08WJPW792 - 0g sugar

I ride 100 - 150 miles per week on a road bike, mostly with triathletes, we all use one of the above with great results.

Both offer other products, adding vitamin supplements, caffeine, etc.
Thanks . Picked up the nuun with 25% off subscribe and save and In Check out had another $4.80 "extra savings" picked up 40 for $12
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Or use Gatorade powder
Gatorade has the HIGHEST sugar content - 21g per serving. STAY AWAY.
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Quote from Gt7737 :
Thanks . Picked up the nuun with 25% off subscribe and save and In Check out had another $4.80 "extra savings" picked up 40 for $12

Thanks. I also had the extra $4.80 at checkout. I usually use Pedialyte but will try this one instead.
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