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MuscleTech Whey Protein, Triple Chocolate Brownie, 6 Pound for $59.45 no tax

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[Amazon.ca] MuscleTech Whey Protein, Triple Chocolate Brownie, 6 Pound for $59.45 no tax

In my experience, protein below $10/pound is a deal. And amazon isn’t charging taxes like other retailers.

Other retailers are selling it for $114 to $70 bucks (on sale)

Based on my review, this seems like a quality blend. Beats buying from MyProtein and ships to you in less than 24 hours.

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Decent if you need it. Problem is, MyProtein has totally spoiled me and getting an 11lb. bag of Whey Blend for under $60 is just my cutoff now haha!
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Ferny111 wrote: Decent if you need it. Problem is, MyProtein has totally spoiled me and getting an 11lb. bag of Whey Blend for under $60 is just my cutoff now haha!
I know, but I haven't that price point for a while. With the current deal (save45) on Myprotein, this turns out to be bit cheaper.

This is $0.030 per gram of protein vs $0.042g of protein with MyProtein Blend.

Edit: it’s even cheaper as Amazon isn’t charging tax.
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weedb0y wrote: I know, but I haven't that price point for a while.
We had it a few weeks ago. I stocked up for a year as I usually do. Either way, still gonna upvote sir.
weedb0y wrote: This is $0.030 per gram of protein vs $0.042g of protein with MyProtein Blend.

Edit: it’s even cheaper as Amazon isn’t charging tax.
In the linked post:

$115 (all-in) for 22lbs w/ each bag having approx 200 (400 total )servings x 19 grams of protein = 7 600 grams --> $115/7 600 = 0.01513 or 1.5 cents per gram of protein
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Would be a decent deal if it was isolate... but this is not. So pretty shitty deal
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This is a much better deal in my opinion.

https://www.revolution-nutrition.com/pr ... e-isolate/

$49.85 including tax for 4.4 lbs 100% natural whey isolate. $5 Shipping.

Only thing is that it wont be as flavorful as the MuscleTech Whey, but it's a higher quality product that's 83% protein by weight as compared to 60% for MuscleTech. Great amino acid profile as well - 3.6g leucine / 2.2g isoleucine / 2g valine per serving. I've ordered from revolution nutrition twice and had great experience with the company.

EDIT: Free shipping no longer available
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trihardbangz wrote: This is a much better deal in my opinion.

https://www.revolution-nutrition.com/pr ... e-isolate/

$44.85 including tax for 4.4 lbs 100% natural whey isolate. Free shipping with code: FREESHIP

Only thing is that it wont be as flavorful as the MuscleTech Whey, but it's a higher quality product that's 83% protein by weight as compared to 60% for MuscleTech. Great amino acid profile as well - 3.6g leucine / 2.2g isoleucine / 2g valine per serving. I've ordered from revolution nutrition twice and had great experience with the company.
Looks like the free shipping code FREESHIP is no longer valid. At least it didn't work when I tried.
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The best protein powder I've ever had was the Orange Dreamsicle from Isoflex.

It's not an amazing deal but their buy 1 get 2nd at 50% was the best deal I could find.

https://www.healthyplanetcanada.com/all ... -5lbs.html

Some will say it's expensive but this product is absolutely amazing.

Came out to 145$ for 10lbs so definitely not for everyone.
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Ferny111 wrote: Decent if you need it. Problem is, MyProtein has totally spoiled me and getting an 11lb. bag of Whey Blend for under $60 is just my cutoff now haha!
Was considering this protein but don’t like that is has “Acesulfame K” In it. Anyone have another protein suggestion?
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cleanvibe wrote: Was considering this protein but don’t like that is has “Acesulfame K” In it. Anyone have another protein suggestion?
It's a little difficult to get away from the artificial sweeteners. A popular product on RFD is Kaizen whey. Meant to have a lean ingredient list, I think aside from binding agents, it's all-natural ingredients. Hope that helps.
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TotalDistinction wrote: Looks like the free shipping code FREESHIP is no longer valid. At least it didn't work when I tried.
Looks like it is buy 1 take 1. Shipping $5. Ordered
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Ferny111 wrote: It's a little difficult to get away from the artificial sweeteners. A popular product on RFD is Kaizen whey. Meant to have a lean ingredient list, I think aside from binding agents, it's all-natural ingredients. Hope that helps.
There's debate on Stevia as well. But yes, artificial sweetners aren't the issue here. It's the rest of the diet that makes up for this. Are you having processed wheat? Processed Cheese? Donuts?? etc. etc.
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Ferny111 wrote: We had it a few weeks ago. I stocked up for a year as I usually do. Either way, still gonna upvote sir.

In the linked post:

$115 (all-in) for 22lbs w/ each bag having approx 200 (400 total )servings x 19 grams of protein = 7 600 grams --> $115/7 600 = 0.01513 or 1.5 cents per gram of protein
Yes, when time machine comes back. ;) Trust, I am a avid myprotein buyer but my gauge is $10/lb for high quality protein.

I did buy this and am satisfied for something that got shipped within 24 hours.
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weedb0y wrote: There's debate on Stevia as well. But yes, artificial sweetners aren't the issue here. It's the rest of the diet that makes up for this. Are you having processed wheat? Processed Cheese? Donuts?? etc. etc.
Not sure why you quoted me. The poster specified Ace K, which is a known sweetener, hence why I specified artificial sweeteners. There hasn't been enough research done on natural and artificial sweeteners to see the long term affects of the products. Mostly because they see widescale use compared to the previous century. Personally, the low daily intake doesn't bother me when I have my 2 scoops.
weedb0y wrote: Yes, when time machine comes back. ;) Trust, I am a avid myprotein buyer but my gauge is $10/lb for high quality protein.

I did buy this and am satisfied for something that got shipped within 24 hours.
I never have needed a time machine since an avid myprotein buyer like yourself should know the sales happen approximately 2 times a year. Purchasing two 11lb. bags usually lasts me until the following sale.

Like I said, it's a good buy if you need it, but I personally recommend bulk buying to last until the following sale to keep costs very low especially people who down 2+ servings per day.

Cheers!

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