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Science in Sport Go Energy Bars, 40 g, box of 30. £13.26 Amazon
Science in Sport Go Energy Bars, 40 g, box of 30. £13.26 Amazon

Science in Sport Go Energy Bars, 40 g, box of 30. £13.26 Amazon

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I'm getting 95p discount when I apply the voucher?!

Items: £15.79
Postage & Packing: £0.00
Total before VAT: £15.79
VAT: £3.16
Total: £18.95
Promotion Applied: -£0.95
Order Total: £18.00

Thanks ordered blueberry and it came up to £13.26

Also, quite alot of other protein bars also have discount vouchers.

£11.37 for me

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Silhouette

I'm getting 95p discount when I apply the voucher?! Items: £15.79Postage … I'm getting 95p discount when I apply the voucher?! Items: £15.79Postage & Packing: £0.00Total before VAT: £15.79VAT: £3.16Total: £18.95Promotion Applied: -£0.95Order Total: £18.00



That doesn't look right at all. 95p discount is the standard 5% off for subscribe and save, it may be worth contacting support

Yep £13.26 for me. Cheers OP

Has anybody tried these?

jameswalker9

Has anybody tried these?



​Yep. Great for long runs or cycling. Taste better than most energy bars I've tried.

Silhouette

I'm getting 95p discount when I apply the voucher?! Items: £15.79Postage … I'm getting 95p discount when I apply the voucher?! Items: £15.79Postage & Packing: £0.00Total before VAT: £15.79VAT: £3.16Total: £18.95Promotion Applied: -£0.95Order Total: £18.00



​Had same issue on mobile browser...
Do it on the pc and it should work... £13.26 delivered for me

Science in sport? Talk about false advertising

I've tried many of these protein bars and nothing beats the Trek bars.

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jameswalker9

Has anybody tried these?



I use them exclusively for cycling because they're compact, easy to open and tasty. It means I can easily fit them in my jersey back pockets and then not worry about getting them out or loosing control whilst trying to open. They're also not too wet and not too dry so really easy to chew while still pedalling at standard pace.

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golfer2007

I've tried many of these protein bars and nothing beats the Trek bars.



These aren't protein bars though. They're for endurance sports where you need carbohydrates to keep going.

dreamager

Science in sport? Talk about false advertising



You seem like an expert in sport seeing that you have posted deals for WWE - fake American wresting, candyfloss, profiteroles and video games.

It's almost like saying that WWE is a sport instead of a play....

BTW I have no idea if these are any good as I haven't tried them. 44p each might be good value. As long as whoever buys them puts the empty wrappers in their pocket who cares?

A 16p banana and handful of nuts does me fine

Thanks, appears to be charging me just £8.26

KareemSaid

You seem like an expert in sport seeing that you have posted deals for … You seem like an expert in sport seeing that you have posted deals for WWE - fake American wresting, candyfloss, profiteroles and video games. It's almost like saying that WWE is a sport instead of a play....BTW I have no idea if these are any good as I haven't tried them. 44p each might be good value. As long as whoever buys them puts the empty wrappers in their pocket who cares?A 16p banana and handful of nuts does me fine



Sorry I haven't posted any deals for the science lectures, podcasts, talks, events, books, journals that I enjoy, where they regularly talk about nonsense marketing in every field, including sports nutrition, where prices are bumped up with overhyped and nonsense claims for effects you can easily get from everyday products that cost a fraction of the price.

Btw that's candy floss flavoured grapes I posted, a fruit but thanks for trying

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KareemSaid

You seem like an expert in sport seeing that you have posted deals for … You seem like an expert in sport seeing that you have posted deals for WWE - fake American wresting, candyfloss, profiteroles and video games. It's almost like saying that WWE is a sport instead of a play....BTW I have no idea if these are any good as I haven't tried them. 44p each might be good value. As long as whoever buys them puts the empty wrappers in their pocket who cares?A 16p banana and handful of nuts does me fine



Be careful with bananas, they can stain clothing. My white jersey looks like someone has sneezed on the back of it...

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Be careful with bananas, they can stain clothing. My white jersey looks … Be careful with bananas, they can stain clothing. My white jersey looks like someone has sneezed on the back of it...



Same can be said for a handful of nuts.

Any good for weight loss?

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BigTimeDealer

Any good for weight loss?



Wouldn't suggest it, they're mainly carbohydrate so you'll inevitably get the spike of energy then the crash

I tried these and thought they were pretty good, they are pretty nice and are easy to digest, This is a pretty decent price for them if you are willing to pay it but like others have said they are cheaper alternatives that do the same thing, Im a fan of the classic malt loaf for a pound, can't go wrong with some flapjack or some fig rolls either :P

PalG

Also, quite alot of other protein bars also have discount vouchers.



​which ones?

which ones?

filip737

which ones?



​Best ones ive seen are Carb Killa by grenade. go to offers and it should have all the health products list that currently have vouchers

does the voucher only apply to one box or can you get more than one using the voucher?

Thanks OP. £11.37 for me too

Received my box today with a best before March 2017 date
Phoned Amazon who are collecting and replacing with a (supposedly) fresher box tomorrow!
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