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RE: Bodybuilders' Bargain Buys and Offers 2008/03/13 08:30:39 (permalink)
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This isn't a roll-back price or anything but jut notied how cheap ASDA frozen chicken is. £1.20 for a 400g bag.... which works out pretty cheap when you buy about 20 bags! get some funny looks at the checkout tho

They also have burgen for 95p at the moment
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RE: Bodybuilders' Bargain Buys and Offers 2008/03/14 12:47:21 (permalink)
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ORIGINAL: fraser

This isn't a roll-back price or anything but jut notied how cheap ASDA frozen chicken is. £1.20 for a 400g bag.... which works out pretty cheap when you buy about 20 bags! get some funny looks at the checkout tho

They also have burgen for 95p at the moment


How many chickens do u get in 400g fella?
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RE: Bodybuilders' Bargain Buys and Offers 2008/03/18 16:58:49 (permalink)
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iceland do 1kg of chicken brest not frozen for £5 normaly about 200g brests. might be turkey not sure.
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RE: Bodybuilders' Bargain Buys and Offers 2008/03/24 10:46:27 (permalink)
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According to ww.madaboutbargains.com 24 weetabix 2 for £2 in Sainsburys

http://www.madaboutbargains.co.uk/offers/view.htm?store=3&type=6
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RE: Bodybuilders' Bargain Buys and Offers 2008/03/26 16:10:31 (permalink)
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Tesco are doing smoothies for £1/litre also available online
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RE: Bodybuilders' Bargain Buys and Offers 2008/04/01 11:26:26 (permalink)
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@ ftoruss: it's normally 4 chicken breasts in a bag.
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RE: Cheaper Vitamin D3? 2008/04/01 11:39:10 (permalink)
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Rosso e-mailed me the following link Swanson Health Products - High Potency Vitamin D-3 That's a 50 days supply of 5,000iu for ~£1.75 + P&P.
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RE: Cheaper Vitamin D3? 2008/04/01 12:12:51 (permalink)
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ORIGINAL: Nigeepoo

Rosso e-mailed me the following link Swanson Health Products - High Potency Vitamin D-3 That's a 50 days supply of 5,000iu for ~£1.75 + P&P.


Hmmm one question for you Nige is, could there be some 'wrong' with some of these offers as they are so cheap compared to what i recently paid for my US order (8 bottles each containing 120 capsules) for about £95 including postage?

I mean are they products the same or is the cheap one realy cheap and nasty for a reason?
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RE: Cheaper Vitamin D3? 2008/04/01 15:25:27 (permalink)
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ORIGINAL: Oldy
Hmmm one question for you Nige is, could there be some 'wrong' with some of these offers as they are so cheap compared to what i recently paid for my US order (8 bottles each containing 120 capsules) for about £95 including postage? I mean are they products the same or is the cheap one realy cheap and nasty for a reason?
If it says x000iu of D3 on the label, it must contain that otherwise Trading Standards (or the US equivalent) will prosecute them. There may be differences in filler used or capsule quality.

I don't know what the profit margin is on Vitamin D3 but H & B must have been making a fortune when they were charging 35p/day for 5,000iu/day. Their current special offer costs ~7.5p/day. VRP costs ~10p/day (incl p&p). Bio-tech costs ~4.5p/day (incl p&p) and Swanson costs ~3.5p/day (not incl p&p).
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RE: Cheaper Vitamin D3? 2008/04/04 13:28:08 (permalink)
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asda selling birdseye steamfresh healthy meals, only £1 each, good carbs, protein and 2 of ur 5 a day, various flavours
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RE: Cheaper Vitamin D3? 2008/04/08 18:30:14 (permalink)
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Went into Tesco today and they are selling healthy living fresh chicken breats at only £4.99 per KG!

(half price apparently, althouth who would pay £10 a kg i dont know )

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RE: Cheaper Vitamin D3? 2008/04/08 22:25:14 (permalink)
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Somerfield 400g lean mince £1.50
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RE: Cheaper Vitamin D3? 2008/04/10 10:37:15 (permalink)
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Tesco - Currently selling Seven Sea's High strength Omega 3 / 150ML bottle at £1.90.

Normal retail £4.30!

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RE: Cheaper Vitamin D3? 2008/04/12 23:58:34 (permalink)
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Also sainsburys are doing 90 fish oil caps buy 1 get 1 free! I think they are £3-£4

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RE: Cheaper Vitamin D3? 2008/04/16 15:32:27 (permalink)
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Zip-vit:

Omega 3 fish oil caps, buy 1, get 2 free!!!!

http://www.zipvit.com/cgi-bin/vitcart.cgi?dstart#A320

Not sure on the rating of EPA and DHA but i bought 3 packs so thats over 1000 caps for 15 squid. I know they have the high strength caps @ 360 for 14.50 but thought this might be sligtly more cost effective. What do you think nige?
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RE: Bodybuilders' Bargain Buys and Offers 2008/04/25 12:53:55 (permalink)
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will somebody please point me in the right direction.... I wanted testosterone booster and musce snacks and was advised by 'musclewarrior' to try www.dreambodyhealth.co.uk .... i bought the testosterone booster already ''m1t'' which ive started taking. Anyone know the best way?

The other thing is i couldnt find the health snacks on the website?

Back down to tesco for time being then i guess :(

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RE: Cheaper Vitamin D3? 2008/04/25 13:13:31 (permalink)
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ORIGINAL: 222orange
Zip-vit: Omega 3 fish oil caps, buy 1, get 2 free!!!! http://www.zipvit.com/cgi-bin/vitcart.cgi?dstart#A320 Not sure on the rating of EPA and DHA It's 180mgEPA & 120mgDHA. but i bought 3 packs so thats over 1000 caps for 15 squid. I know they have the high strength caps @ 360 for 14.50 but thought this might be sligtly more cost effective. What do you think nige?
I can't be bothered with 180/120 caps as you need to take 6 or 7 a day if you don't eat oily fish or take flaxseed oil. 1000 of your caps will do for ~150 days which makes them slightly better value than the super-strength ones which do for 120 days at 3 caps a day.
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RE: Cheaper Vitamin D3? 2008/04/25 20:15:31 (permalink)
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Guys (and girls), I went into Tesco today to get some Green Tea. Their tesco Finest Green tea is being discontinued so a box of 50 Green teabags was 1p. Yes thats right, £0.01!!! I snapped them all up. 7 boxes for 7p. This may be the case in other tesco stores - I am not sure. Maybe someone could confirm the next time they are in.

P.S. they were wel in date. They are to be used by June 2009.

post edited by ThePredator - 2008/04/25 20:17:16

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RE: Cheaper Vitamin D3? 2008/04/28 13:50:45 (permalink)
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70% off on all fruits & veg at Lidl...


I know they are not all very fresh, but fruits like grapefruits/lemon/pineapple, veg like onions/sweet potatoes are worth buying at this price...

& they have a range of organic veg as well...
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RE: Cheaper Vitamin D3? 2008/04/28 14:14:40 (permalink)
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Definitely going to try some pineapple from Lidl - my dad just came back from China with 4 pineapple carving tools for removing the eyes easily :)

Went to Makro in Rayleigh in Essex on Saturday and was going to pay £20.99 for 5Kg of Chicken breasts, when i noticed the non "portion controlled" packets for £16.99 so got those instead. It seems to mean that the breasts are inconsistent sizes. Bargain!

Separated them into roughly four breasts a time at around 800g per 4 breasts, premarinated a few with soy/sesame oil or herbs and salt and pepper.

Also bought 2 packs of 1Kg of Swordfish steaks - frozen, which were £3.74 each packet and picked the ones with 4 bigs steaks in each.

Nearly forgot about the 1Kg of frozen king prawns at £10.98 but Buy One Get One Free. Couldn't resist
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