Lots of half price Vitamins at Sainsburys! 25p etc
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Lots of half price Vitamins at Sainsburys! 25p etc

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Found 29th Aug 2012
Saw this today at Sainsburys in Coventry, thought it was a good bargain.

The vitamins have been 3 for 2 for a long time.
Not all are half price a selet few are.

The tickets were changed only today 29th August.
So I dont know if its national but if your out shopping worth having a look.
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Tesco are also doing 3 for 2 on Supplements as well.

No absolutely sure as I've not checked all the prices at Sainsbury's though their prices might be beaten at the following:

ZipVit
Simply Supplements
&
HealthSpan (£1.95 delivery)

May be a few codes knocking around as well, and don't forget cashback as well.
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Their prices could be beaten? Even though the basic one is 25p?
Oh well I thought it was quite a good bargain.
25p for talc and filler is still expensive.
xWhitn3yx

Their prices could be beaten? Even though the basic one is 25p? Oh well I … Their prices could be beaten? Even though the basic one is 25p? Oh well I thought it was quite a good bargain.



Do bear in mind, the above websites sell 6 months to 1 years worth of supplements.

Also, don't assume all supplements are completely without risk as some can cause raise blood pressure, others can also cause stomach upset, headache, dizziness, constipation, forceful heartbeat, and allergic skin reactions. For example, side effects of ginkgo may include headache, nausea, gastrointestinal upset, diarrhea, dizziness, or allergic skin reactions. More severe allergic reactions have occasionally been reported. There is even some data to suggest that ginkgo can increase bleeding risk, so people who take anticoagulant drugs, have bleeding disorders, or have scheduled surgery or dental procedures should use caution and talk to a health care provider if using ginkgo.

You can find a few leaflets here which also cover side effects and cautions (doesn't cover all supplements (Office of Dietary Supplements USA)). Otherwise consult your GP if you have concerns.
taking supermarket vitamins is like putting economy oil in a car.. a bad idea

There is even some data to suggest that ginkgo can increase bleeding risk



Not 'some' data, it's a known fact that Ginkgo biloba is a blood thinner.
Thanks OP - And NO I do not think the Tesco 3 for 2 can beat 25p a pack!!!

Am going to see what my Sainsbo's has in the way of the cheap vits today and I do take them and am still alive and kicking and in fact when I don't take them I often feel tired and run down so do feel a boost and the health benefits and was taking Glucosamine for a dodgy shoulder and the difference was incredible!
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