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Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard Whey Protein Powder £17.49  (£9.62 S&S For First time users) + £4.49 delivery (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard Whey Protein Powder £17.49 (£9.62 S&S For First time users) + £4.49 delivery (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 24th Jun

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One of the best whey proteins on the market and for this price is brilliant buy!

For first time subscribe and save option on amazon, you get prompted with 40% off, if don’t want the future purchase you can cancel future delivery’s.

Just thought would share as got the 2lb tub for this price.

This deal of the day price before the extra discount looks likes finishing at 12pm tonight so got to be quick.

Save 40% on your first subscription order. Subscribe & Save orders only. Discount at checkout. Applied to first delivery.
Save an extra 40% on your first ‘Subscribe and Save’ scheduled delivery using code ‘SNS40’ Offered by Amazon.co.uk. Subscribe & Save orders only. Discount at checkout.
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They also gave me 30 days free amazon prime for the order too, which you may or may not get, again can easily just cancel this afterwards so don’t get charged after 30 days
Bailz24/06/2019 23:43

They also gave me 30 days free amazon prime for the order too, which you …They also gave me 30 days free amazon prime for the order too, which you may or may not get, again can easily just cancel this afterwards so don’t get charged after 30 days


So means I can open a 2nd account to get this?!
bz3bees24/06/2019 23:44

So means I can open a 2nd account to get this?!


Would need to be quick but don’t see why not
908g tub in new money
Studksc24/06/2019 23:46

908g tub in new money


Yeah the 908g tub, just mentioned it in Lbs since amazon had it stated that way
Im seeing £17.49?
kyeung24/06/2019 23:48

Im seeing £17.49?


Yup then click on Subscribe and save option and if your first time will get 40% off, can cancel the next delivery which is min 2 months after anyway if don’t want it again in future

Save 40% on your first subscription order. Subscribe & Save orders only. Discount at checkout. Applied to first delivery.
Save an extra 40% on your first ‘Subscribe and Save’ scheduled delivery using code ‘SNS40’ Offered by Amazon.co.uk. Subscribe & Save orders only. Discount at checkout.
Edited by: "Bailz" 24th Jun
Bailz24/06/2019 23:49

Yup then click on Subscribe and save option and if your first time will …Yup then click on Subscribe and save option and if your first time will get 40% off, can cancel the next delivery which is min 2 months after anyway if don’t want it again in futureSave 40% on your first subscription order. Subscribe & Save orders only. Discount at checkout. Applied to first delivery.Save an extra 40% on your first ‘Subscribe and Save’ scheduled delivery using code ‘SNS40’ Offered by Amazon.co.uk. Subscribe & Save orders only. Discount at checkout.


Missed that - cheers
ViewFromHere24/06/2019 23:51

Missed that - cheers


No problem, it’s gone back up to £21.95 now but still good with the 40% off
whers the 40% off coming from?
J113525/06/2019 00:06

whers the 40% off coming from?


From the subscribe and save option just down from the choice of what flavour and size tub you want
I posted basically the same deal and people couldn't understand the 40% off s&s
Has the 40% off disappeared? Also, is it normal for a Subscribe & Save delivery to have a normal checkout page and be offered one day delivery for it? I want to add 5 items to get the 15% off, but the checkout page is throwing me off, as though I’d end up just placing a normal order, just with a 5% discount
Anyone who got this can you tell me how it compares quality and taste wise to the phd protein that was available from the argos deal
brenglo27/06/2019 22:33

Anyone who got this can you tell me how it compares quality and taste wise …Anyone who got this can you tell me how it compares quality and taste wise to the phd protein that was available from the argos deal


PHD products are good but Optimum Nutrition is better in my opinion, even quick read on google will show you how popular optimum nutrition is worldwide. Taste is brilliant especially the Extreme milk chocolate
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