ASDA Health, Vitamins & Supplements Multibuy Offer - Buy any 3 for £10 (e.g. Centrum 50+ £7.49 each, 3 for £10)
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ASDA Health, Vitamins & Supplements Multibuy Offer - Buy any 3 for £10 (e.g. Centrum 50+ £7.49 each, 3 for £10)

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Found 21st Jan 2014
ASDA currently have a superb multi-buy special offer on ALL Health, Vitamins & Supplements. Surprisingly this also includes the extortionately expensive ones too!

For example, Centrum 50 Plus which normally scans in at £7.49 each, this multi-buy scans in at £10 for 3,... that's an incredible £12.47 off !! - More than Half Price!

This is just an example showing the potential saving and I am sure there are better savings to be made.

Multi-buy offer applies to ALL supplements, you can also Mix and Match.

Time to stock up!

groceries.asda.com/asd…tml!shelf/910001125616

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lucas

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LOL

Offer is always on

Yup this offer has been on for as long as I can remember. I always go for Centrum (or Multibionta if Centrum OOS) as they are the most expensive multivitamins within the offer

Healthspan currently have 180 MultiVitality® 50 Plus for £5.45
healthspan.co.uk/pro…lus

antdav

LOL



And wee!

thanks antdav - i'll check it out when i'm next in asda.

i'm 50+ so this could be for me.

i've seen the healthspan ads, badger_girl - but i prefer to buy in sotres rather than giving my debit card details to people online.

the best vits IMO are from lef.org - although shipping costs will raise the price to uk buyers.

Wellman supps work out so cheap this way but like others have said been in forever.

Tescos and sainsburys always do these 3 for 2 so might work out £1 cheaper as £4.50 per pack , still expensive if u ask me , i been using the over 50's suppliments occasionaly from poundshop 20 for £1 seem to have same ingrediants.

Centrum is a brand of multivitamins produced by Pfizer if anyones interested, has not the same ingreadents as their other famous product for the over 50's?

Amazon seems to be a good price for these 100 for £7.27 so just over 7p a tab compared to 12p at asda plus free delivery?

amazon.co.uk/Cen…rum

Edited by: "bigjeremy" 21st Jan 2014

Small one 30 capsules only

You'd never realistically get £7.49 for a small pack of 30. So ASDA are doing what the other supermarkets do and hiking up the price to make the deal look better! You can get a 30 pack of multivits for £

badger_girl

Healthspan currently have 180 MultiVitality® 50 Plus for £5.45 h … Healthspan currently have 180 MultiVitality® 50 Plus for £5.45 http://www.healthspan.co.uk/products/multivitality-50-plus



Thanks! Just ordered from the site and got a couple of other bits aswell.

lucas

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I wouldn't read into what the media says. They love sensationalism. If you dig a bit deeper, their source is usually just one or two doctors personal opinion, and if you're lucky they've done maybe one study, on one vitamin/mineral, for one particular use. Comes up about once a month on BBC. "One doctor says Vitamin C doesn't help with colds... throw all your vitamins away!". Check Wikipedia and you'll see all the real studies done on them.

This offer is on all year round at my local asda...

Chemist direct currently have Buy one get one free on Centrum and 3 for 2 on other Vitamins. Also 5% and 10% off code I posted yesterday but might have expired now but still worth trying: chemistdirect.co.uk/off…9om

Rip off! these are 90tabs for £10 but theres £10.50 for 100 tabs anyways

hvptech

Rip off! these are 90tabs for £10 but theres £10.50 for 100 tabs anyways


where?

Only been on for last five years plus

NitrousUK

I wouldn't read into what the media says. They love sensationalism. If … I wouldn't read into what the media says. They love sensationalism. If you dig a bit deeper, their source is usually just one or two doctors personal opinion, and if you're lucky they've done maybe one study, on one vitamin/mineral, for one particular use. Comes up about once a month on BBC. "One doctor says Vitamin C doesn't help with colds... throw all your vitamins away!". Check Wikipedia and you'll see all the real studies done on them.



Ha ha ha. I thought you were going to have a well presented, well rounded debate about the benefits of vitamin supplements, then you finished your argument, "check Wikipedia". Well I'm sold!! Ba ha ha ha!

MaximusRo

where?


£10.90 for 100 at asda which is a bit better deal than this.

hvptech

Rip off! these are 90tabs for £10 but theres £10.50 for 100 tabs anyways



Care to back that up with where

evostick47

Ha ha ha. I thought you were going to have a well presented, well rounded … Ha ha ha. I thought you were going to have a well presented, well rounded debate about the benefits of vitamin supplements, then you finished your argument, "check Wikipedia". Well I'm sold!! Ba ha ha ha!



Yes, Wikipedia. That content that has been worked on by thousands of experts, and contains many credible references per article, such as the various scientific studies and their data. It's a compilation/summary of all the scientific work out there, for you to peruse, if you can be bothered.

Want some help?
Vitamin A (64 references)
B-Vitamins (38 references)
Vitamin C (190 references)
Vitamin D (159 references)

And so on and so forth...

*Edit: One of the issues is the bioavailability, which varies a lot. Vegetables are good, because they have high bioavailability of the vitamins. But the idea that an unnatural source such as a tablet can't provide any bioavailability doesn't stand up to the data. Studies can show effects when using synthetic forms such as tablets (they have to isolate the chemical to study it). It varies by brands, but there are some tests out there done on major brands (homework for the reader).

Edited by: "NitrousUK" 22nd Jan 2014
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