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[Amazon.ca] [amazon.ca] jamieson multivitamin for Men - $7.68

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[Amazon.ca] [amazon.ca] jamieson multivitamin for Men - $7.68

This particular multivitamin appears to be on sale on amazon.
good as a filler too if you need $35 for free shipping
the other types (ie. adult, women, etc) do not seem to have the same discount
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Mar 1, 2012
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Great price. Cheaper with S&S. Thanks, OP.
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Feb 17, 2014
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I wonder if the expiry is soon and that's why it's discounted so much.
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yycguy1 wrote: I wonder if the expiry is soon and that's why it's discounted so much.
Not usually discounted due to exp dates. Its due to price matching vs other stores. If it were to expire soon, it will be sold in the warehouse.

The no tax though, i have no clue. Some products on amazon do sell without taxes...
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Seanne wrote: Not usually discounted due to exp dates. Its due to price matching vs other stores. If it were to expire soon, it will be sold in the warehouse.

The no tax though, i have no clue. Some products on amazon do sell without taxes...
I'm perplexed by the tax situation with Amazon. I thought it was weird how my order for a couple fans for example didn't get hit with tax, but a couple days later I ordered some lotion and it was. Although I want to see I've seen this before and Amazon can adjust for the taxes once the order ships. I miss the days old days of PST/GST when online orders coming from outside of Ontario weren't hit with tax.
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the 225 pack of equate multis at walmart is regular price nearly the exact same as this deal on subscribe and save, technically like .3 of a penny difference in favour of this jamieson per pill...

is it any better quality or something?
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Such a non fan of multivitamins.

IMO aim for at least...
Vitamin D (especially in winter)
Zinc (take with food. Good for libido, but other than that I find it's good for recovering from sickness/prevention).
Magnesium (various forms so do your research, but I use the energy boosting one and feel it helps)

Not for everyone, but I like Niacin for that nice tingly flush.
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Jun 18, 2012
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Thanks. Vitamins are very important... 1 a day. You definitely don't get enough in your food, and also not enough vitamins in your multi-vitamin, so you can supplement it with other stand-alone vitamins
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Jan 27, 2015
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As with any multivitamin, make sure you need everything that's in there. For example, if you have too much iron, or hemochromatosis, like one in 300 or 80 000 Canadians do, this can seriously hurt and eventually kill you. I believe there are multivitamins with no iron available.
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yycguy1 wrote: I wonder if the expiry is soon and that's why it's discounted so much.
I noticed the ones at Superstore today, selling at the same price, were expiring in July 2020. I really hope what I ordered from Amazon gives me a lot more shelf life.
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Price is not bad especially since it's shipped to you. In comparison the Kirkland Men's vitamins (and senior men's) is $19.99 for 365 tablets in store and I think it drops on sale to $16.99 sometimes.
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Dec 14, 2018
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Costco sells multivitamins for less than 0.06 each, these are 0.09! Pick them up in the store and on sale, they are even cheaper. Costco has many different vitamins at much cheaper prices than anywhere else and Jamieson products are way over priced.
Last edited by mjtree on May 25th, 2020 7:11 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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I've tried to research the benefits of multivitamins in the past, and couldn't really nail down a firm consensus. But from what I read, I came to the conclusion that they, at best, don't do anything beneficial for your body. And, at worst, can be harmful.
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mjtree wrote: Costco sells multivitamins for less than 0.06 each, these are 0.09! Pick them up in the store and on sale, they are even cheaper. Costco has many different vitamins at much cheaper prices than anywhere else and Jamieson products are way over priced.
Costco multis use animal sourced gelatin. I can't consume that. Jamieson is one of the few multis on the market with full coverage and good price on sale (like this).

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