Optimum Nutrition 2.24Kg Chocolate Peanut Butter Gold Standard Whey Powder at Amazon for £27.99
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Optimum Nutrition 2.24Kg Chocolate Peanut Butter Gold Standard Whey Powder at Amazon for £27.99

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Found 29th Mar 2016
Optimum Nutrition 2.24Kg Chocolate Peanut Butter Gold Standard Whey Powder

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why so cold... i know protein deals can get chilly... but a smaller pack of the same product is over 10.00 more expensive. Hot from me!
Hot, all kinds of gains
Really good price, and I was just running out. Cheers OP
Anyone tried this flavour before? If anyone can find vanilla for under £40 let me know.
This is the only flavour I haven't tried. Anyone comment on it? All the others are great although the banana can get a little sickening.
Really cheap..
Just over £23 with s&s (5 or more items in a month )
I got this flavour the last time it was on offer.

It was a bit odd a first, but I really like it now. I thought it would taste like a Snickers but it's more chocolately and the peanut flavour is a bit more nutty than peanut-y.

Tastes amazing when mixed with oats though.
Cheers OP. Ordered 2. Usually go for USN Premium Whey, but the quality and contents of this is a perfect match with a better deal price.
Just got some - will give it a go as really cheap !
Finished one of these a few months ago. Glad to be rid of it as it had a very chemical-like after taste to it. Currently using the extreme chocolate which is a lot better.
Great thanks just cancelled my order I placed last night and bought this, thanks
Can only order two of them as subscribe and save items, boo
Ordered with S&S and NUS bringing it down to £25.19, thanks.

Never tried this flavour but the chocolate version is great tasting and mixes well.

Each serving contains
24 g whey protein
5.5 g naturally occurring BCAAs,
4g Glutamine,
1.1g fat,
1g sugar
3g carbs.

Yes you can find protein for cheaper, but my the time you factor in the other (essential IMO) supplements, this price is hard to beat
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Nice, I have a full jar of Phd diet whey, I'd buy this for sure if I didn't. I usually use ON Gold standard, it's the best imo. I got the Phd in a flash sale to try, it's pretty good also to be fair.
adsham

Ordered with S&S and NUS bringing it down to £25.19, thanks.Never tried … Ordered with S&S and NUS bringing it down to £25.19, thanks.Never tried this flavour but the chocolate version is great tasting and mixes well.Each serving contains 24 g whey protein 5.5 g naturally occurring BCAAs, 4g Glutamine,1.1g fat, 1g sugar 3g carbs.Yes you can find protein for cheaper, but my the time you factor in the other (essential IMO) supplements, this price is hard to beat


erm wut?
if protein is cheaper and then you add supps - cheaper protein with the same supps still remains cheaper
Why is it showing the price at £42.75 when I go on the link?? can someone help please
Mrlazy7

Why is it showing the price at £42.75 when I go on the link?? can someone … Why is it showing the price at £42.75 when I go on the link?? can someone help please


cos deals almost 3 weeks old and expired?
brilly

cos deals almost 3 weeks old and expired?



Weird, it came up on the most recent deals
Mrlazy7

Weird, it came up on the most recent deals


would have come up on 'hot' which is basically useless tab sorted by time most recently got 100degrees or voted hot (cant remember which)
just checked. Looks like the deal has finished?
BigD1987

just checked. Looks like the deal has finished?



You genius, how did you figure that out?
So disappointed I missed this one!
brilly

erm wut?if protein is cheaper and then you add supps - cheaper protein … erm wut?if protein is cheaper and then you add supps - cheaper protein with the same supps still remains cheaper



​I think you misunderstood the point I was trying to make. Generally speaking you can get 2.27 kg Protein for less than £25 but that usually doesn't contain BCAA/Glutamine,so by the time you buy these extra supplements you'll probably be spending more than this.
adsham

​I think you misunderstood the point I was trying to make. Generally s … ​I think you misunderstood the point I was trying to make. Generally speaking you can get 2.27 kg Protein for less than £25 but that usually doesn't contain BCAA/Glutamine,so by the time you buy these extra supplements you'll probably be spending more than this.


erm all protein contains BCAA/glutamine
brilly

erm all protein contains BCAA/glutamine



Then I stand corrected. I didn't think it was as much as this and that you would need to supplement it with extra supplements.


Edited by: "adsham" 18th Apr 2016
KM4353

You genius, how did you figure that out?



​By clicking the link obviously. At the time of posting my comment it was still a live page and not showing expired. Was just being helpful. Maybe spend less time with silly comments and more time looking for cheap stuff...just saying.
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