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One a day gummy multivitamin 60 ct $4.97

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[Amazon.ca] One a day gummy multivitamin 60 ct $4.97

Last edited by TomRFD on Sep 25th, 2018 2:30 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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<3 Sale + Coupon.

Thanks OP & updated links!
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Good deal. I assume the down votes are for the broken link. I get my multivitamin gummy at Costco usually.
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Additional 15% off with S&S
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Limit 4 per account, with coupon and S&S+15%, price is 3.77 + tax
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fuoie wrote: The Twin Pack are still available. And you can apply the 3$ coupon on them also.

About ( 0.09$ per gummy) https://www.amazon.ca/Fruiti-ssentials- ... 618&sr=8-2
About ( 0.11$ per gummy) https://www.amazon.ca/Womens-Gummies-Tw ... 336&sr=8-1
About ( 0.11$ per gummy) https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07BRY ... _cr_x__a_w

Costco still have the best deal at 0.07$ per gummy
you are saving 2 cents per gummy so it is $10 savings for 500 gummies if you compare Costco with Amazon.
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nUseBro wrote: "Limit 4 per account, with coupon and S&S+15%, price is 3.77 + tax
"

34/3.77= 9
9*60= 540

I mean jesus christ why didnt you just do the math?
You pretty much subscribed 4 times to get it down that low. Once they are shipped you will have to unsubscribe 4 times again. For regular people Costco is cheaper and don't have to go through the hoops.

Amazon without S&S
$4.95 / 60 = 8.3 cents

Amazon with S&S (1 coupon per bottle per S&S)
$3.77 / 60 = 6.3 cents

Costco
$33.99 / 500 = 6.8 cents

All that work and you are not saving much. I think I will just place "one" order from Costco.
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WL1980 wrote: You pretty much subscribed 4 times to get it down that low. Once they are shipped you will have to unsubscribe 4 times again. For regular people Costco is cheaper and don't have to go through the hoops.

Amazon without S&S
$4.95 / 60 = 8.3 cents

Amazon with S&S (1 coupon per bottle per S&S)
$3.77 / 60 = 6.3 cents

Costco
$33.99 / 500 = 6.8 cents

All that work and you are not saving much. I think I will just place "one" order from Costco.
This is all fascinating, but no one is discussing that these are two different brands and comparing the actual vitamins in each gummy. Personally I wouldn’t trust any vitamin in a gummy form factor. If I want gummies I’ll eat candy, but when I take vitamins I trust prefer to take something a little more premium.
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Not trying to tell people how to live their lives but recently I switched off gummies and onto tablets after doing some research on the two. Feel free to come to your own conclusions, just my two cents :)
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Who takes their vitamins in gummy form other than children?

This guy does, when he eats his children's vitamins!

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