Offer Stack - Grenade Carb Killa Protein Shake in Fudge Brownie & / or  Chocolate Mint - 8 x 330ml £12.79 each with code Plus 3 for 2 - so 24 for £25.58 @ Argos
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Offer Stack - Grenade Carb Killa Protein Shake in Fudge Brownie & / or Chocolate Mint - 8 x 330ml £12.79 each with code Plus 3 for 2 - so 24 for £25.58 @ Argos

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Found 26th Dec 2017
Argos currently have a code NUTRI20 that takes an extra 20% off selected sports nutrition on this link HERE. Had a quick look & found what I thought was quite a decent offer.

Both Grenade Carb Killa Protein Shake Chocolate Mint - 8 x 330ml & Grenade Carb Killa Protein Shake Fudge Brownie - 8 x 330ml are £15.99 each but 3 for 2 & the code will stack on this offer making it just £25.58 for 24 bottles. I didn't think this was too bad considering they are selling for £12.79 for 8 bottles on Amazon.

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For me a great deal, have some heat. Not much point posting anything healthy on here tho, these are pound saver menu kind of people lol
Edited by: "Dejenerate" 26th Dec 2017
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Still over £1 for 24g of protein.

Mostly made up of skimmed milk powder

Waste of money
Still over priced even on offer. Cold
Nice! I prefer the bars (there’s a deal posted for that if you search for it) - great if you are looking to click and collect though, heat from me
For me a great deal, have some heat. Not much point posting anything healthy on here tho, these are pound saver menu kind of people lol
Edited by: "Dejenerate" 26th Dec 2017
Good find! 🔥 added
Thanks for posting this!🔥added
Mostly consumed by people who look the same year on year. What a waste..
88018 h, 38 m ago

Still over £1 for 24g of protein.Mostly made up of skimmed milk …Still over £1 for 24g of protein.Mostly made up of skimmed milk powderWaste of money


Tuna is good value which is high in protein content.
Dejenerate9 h, 38 m ago

For me a great deal, have some heat. Not much point posting anything …For me a great deal, have some heat. Not much point posting anything healthy on here tho, these are pound saver menu kind of people lol


Or perhaps these "pound saver" people just realise that these are overpriced protein shakes and even when on offer, they're still overpriced. Other RTD drinks can be found a lot cheaper with similar macros but hey, if you wanna pay for the brand, go ahead.
SC842 h, 7 m ago

Or perhaps these "pound saver" people just realise that these are …Or perhaps these "pound saver" people just realise that these are overpriced protein shakes and even when on offer, they're still overpriced. Other RTD drinks can be found a lot cheaper with similar macros but hey, if you wanna pay for the brand, go ahead.


Lol okay then please post an RTD that's 24g of protein for less that £1.02 per unit? And I'll give you some heat good buddy x
Dejenerate9 m ago

Lol okay then please post an RTD that's 24g of protein for less that £1.02 …Lol okay then please post an RTD that's 24g of protein for less that £1.02 per unit? And I'll give you some heat good buddy x



Home Bargains have Maxi Extreme 50g for 99p.

I don't need to post it, as someone already has:

hotukdeals.com/dea…234

Granted it's not 24g, but they also do the regular 30g and 20g versions for around 70p, plus the USN RTD which have around 25g, again, under £1. B&M sell the Sci-MX RTD drinks for 99p too.
Voted hot from me.
Yeah, there's cheaper alternatives but it's the cheapest I've ever seen this particular product - and isn't that kinda the point? It's a good deal for THESE.
JordanLeighton2 h, 50 m ago

Voted hot from me.Yeah, there's cheaper alternatives but it's the cheapest …Voted hot from me.Yeah, there's cheaper alternatives but it's the cheapest I've ever seen this particular product - and isn't that kinda the point? It's a good deal for THESE.


But then, the point of being on here is that you're a savvy consumer who is looking to save money on stuff, is it not? So when people post a flavoured protein drink that is 75% about what you look like when you're drinking them*, others may comment that you're a mug for buying them. That may not be the case on buffyourbod.com.

*if not, then just take an old bottle full of your home protein recipe to the gym.

/mansplain.
ashrob3 h, 24 m ago

But then, the point of being on here is that you're a savvy consumer who …But then, the point of being on here is that you're a savvy consumer who is looking to save money on stuff, is it not? So when people post a flavoured protein drink that is 75% about what you look like when you're drinking them*, others may comment that you're a mug for buying them. That may not be the case on buffyourbod.com. *if not, then just take an old bottle full of your home protein recipe to the gym./mansplain.


I totally get that, but you can be a savvy consumer and still buy some luxury products at the same time. People on here post expensive driving wheels and iPhone deals. You can easily get a phone as powerful as an iPhone for half the price.
SC8412 h, 47 m ago

Home Bargains have Maxi Extreme 50g for 99p. I don't need to post it, as …Home Bargains have Maxi Extreme 50g for 99p. I don't need to post it, as someone already has:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/maxi-nutrition-50g-of-protein-home-bargains-99p-2859234Granted it's not 24g, but they also do the regular 30g and 20g versions for around 70p, plus the USN RTD which have around 25g, again, under £1. B&M sell the Sci-MX RTD drinks for 99p too.


So pay a few pennies less for a far worse product, not really a bargain tbh.
ashrob6 h, 13 m ago

But then, the point of being on here is that you're a savvy consumer who …But then, the point of being on here is that you're a savvy consumer who is looking to save money on stuff, is it not? So when people post a flavoured protein drink that is 75% about what you look like when you're drinking them*, others may comment that you're a mug for buying them. That may not be the case on buffyourbod.com. *if not, then just take an old bottle full of your home protein recipe to the gym./mansplain.


Grenade suits my dietary needs better and I find them easier to stomach because I actually like the taste, im not a fan of many other pre made shakes and I buy premade for convenience. So if it's something I would buy regardless of price it's a deal.
catbeans53 m ago

So pay a few pennies less for a far worse product, not really a bargain …So pay a few pennies less for a far worse product, not really a bargain tbh.


How are the others a "far" worse product? Enlighten me.
SC841 h, 7 m ago

How are the others a "far" worse product? Enlighten me.


They are high in sugar and often have alot of "bad" fats, such as trans. The other additives (both preservatives and nutritional) aswell are different/worse. Not to mention the taste, alot of cheap protein shakes/bars are very chewy, have alot less protein or have a powdery taste.
catbeans4 h, 1 m ago

They are high in sugar and often have alot of "bad" fats, such as trans. …They are high in sugar and often have alot of "bad" fats, such as trans. The other additives (both preservatives and nutritional) aswell are different/worse. Not to mention the taste, alot of cheap protein shakes/bars are very chewy, have alot less protein or have a powdery taste.


Lets just compare then

Carb Killa (330ml)

kCal - 198
Fat - 7.3g (5.0g Saturates)
Carbs - 8.9g (8.3g Sugar)
Protein - 24g
Fibre - 1g
Salt - 0.92g

USN (330ml) - 99p in Home Bargains all the time

kCal - 182
Fat - 0.7g (0.3 Saturates, 0.0 Trans, 0.0 Polyunsaturates & 0.3g Mono-unsaturates, Cholesterol - 0.0mg)
Carbs - 16.5g (11.5g Sugar)
Protein - 26.4g
Fibre - 1.8g
Salt - 0.175



I totally see what you mean, Carb Killa stats are "far" better. However in all seriousness there's sod all between them, a touch more sugar, fibre & protein in the USN with less calories, fat & salt.

Stats from official websites.

As for taste, well that's a personal preference but you don't buy these things for taste.
SC8429 m ago

Lets just compare thenCarb Killa (330ml)kCal - 198Fat - 7.3g (5.0g …Lets just compare thenCarb Killa (330ml)kCal - 198Fat - 7.3g (5.0g Saturates)Carbs - 8.9g (8.3g Sugar)Protein - 24gFibre - 1gSalt - 0.92gUSN (330ml) - 99p in Home Bargains all the timekCal - 182Fat - 0.7g (0.3 Saturates, 0.0 Trans, 0.0 Polyunsaturates & 0.3g Mono-unsaturates, Cholesterol - 0.0mg)Carbs - 16.5g (11.5g Sugar)Protein - 26.4gFibre - 1.8gSalt - 0.175I totally see what you mean, Carb Killa stats are "far" better. However in all seriousness there's sod all between them, a touch more sugar, fibre & protein in the USN with less calories, fat & salt.Stats from official websites.As for taste, well that's a personal preference but you don't buy these things for taste.



Fair, I will keep an eye out for them, but I don't have a home bargains near me.
catbeans48 m ago

Fair, I will keep an eye out for them, but I don't have a home bargains …Fair, I will keep an eye out for them, but I don't have a home bargains near me.


"For Goodness Shakes" can be found for £1 in B&M which have the following stats:

330ml
143.9 Calories
2.1g Fat (1.3g Sats)
10.0g Carbs (8.2g Sugar)
20.0g Protein
2.5g Fibre

(Often found for £1 on rotation between supermarkets too).

I'd argue that those are better than a Carb Killa shake based on stats. As I said, with Carb Killa's you're paying for the Grenade brand.
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