Puritans Pride is offering 10 different products for $1 each with free shipping. 30 packs of Omega-3, Co Q-10, Ginko Biloba, Vitamin E, Saw Palmetto, Red Yeast Rice, and Resveratrol are all available for $1 with free shipping. Limit 2 per item.

  • Buy 2 Puritan's Pride Products Get 3 Free (excludes $1 vitamins)

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      zzyzx Ben's cred: 234
      Posted 4:59 pm PDT 04/6/10

      wow what a bargain. $1 for a 30 count. Just think, that makes a 300 count only $10...

      I bet the website is being hammered with orders....

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      Nivram Ben's cred: 329
      Posted 6:06 pm PDT 04/6/10

      Don't know if their $1 items are worthwhile or not, but their buy 2 get 3 free is usually a pretty good deal. I get my Omega3 bacon grease supplement from them, and it's consistently good quality.

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      zzyzx Ben's cred: 234
      Posted 6:22 pm PDT 04/6/10

      Nivram wrote:
      Don't know if their $1 items are worthwhile or not, but their buy 2 get 3 free is usually a pretty good deal. I get my Omega3 bacon grease supplement from them, and it's consistently good quality.


      If you hit on the right time for the the price and 2 for 3 offer to coincide. Puritans Pride has been using the 2 for 3 gimmick for years. They make it look good with the buy 2 and get 3 free but they just jack up the price per bottle to recover the 3 free bottles.

      Sometimes they will offer a good couple code or the price that is reasonable... but not usually... like this offer...in my opinion...

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      GreatMeloD Ben's cred: 31
      Posted 7:16 pm PDT 04/6/10

      not sure if it works - when you click on item description after you added to your cart, it says item is not available for all of the deal items.

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      lavebug Ben's cred: 14
      Posted 7:44 pm PDT 04/6/10

      its just a buck, so much bullsh1t just for a buck.

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      pigonthewing Ben's cred: 101
      Posted 10:44 pm PDT 04/6/10

      +2 bonus points for spelling resveratrol correctly

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      rms Ben's cred: 37
      Posted 10:55 pm PDT 04/6/10

      finally, a real bargain!

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      CasperImproved Ben's cred: 206
      Posted 2:26 am PDT 04/7/10

      If I had only known before now.... 30 days can set me straight. Will it find me someone to love also? I could really use that.....

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      bmndibb2 Ben's cred: 81
      Posted 9:26 am PDT 04/7/10

      Ask your pharmacist or doctor about these dietary supplements. They will tell you the majority of the vitamins on that webpage do not carry a USP seal on any of the labeled bottles

      http://www.usp.org/USPVerified/dietarySupplements/

      This means this product is not monitored during proper manufacturing, ingredients, or even product effectiveness! You might as well be taking a placebo for all you know because there is no seal.

      Also another common myth about these bacon grease capsules is that you only need 1 per day. Scientific studies have shown (ie. consumer labs) you have to take 6-8 a day to provide any actual benefit to the body due the drug design of the capsule and various pharmacodynamic/kinetic properties.

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      MikeS Ben's cred: 60
      Posted 5:22 pm PDT 04/7/10

      #9 bmndibb2,

      ==> Ask your pharmacist or doctor about these dietary supplements. They will tell you the majority of the vitamins on that webpage do not carry a USP seal on any of the labeled bottles
      -- That's because it's a brand new program. It has only been out a short while. I'd actually like to know when it began cuz I was selling vitamins in the late 90s.
      -- BTW it's still a VOLUNTARY program, not required by any vitamin mftr or distributor.
      -- Don't ask your doctor about vitamins. They don't know shite. Most doctors get 8 hours of clinical education about vitamin in all their schooling. Think about it. Who funds the schools they attend? The drug companies.
      -- THINK ABOUT IT.

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      MikeS Ben's cred: 60
      Posted 5:29 pm PDT 04/7/10

      To everyone:

      -- It's extremely NOT cost effective to buy vitamins by the bottle when the bottle only contains just one vitamin. You're also ingesting tons of fillers & binders this way.
      -- Better to buy super multi-vitamins, as most vitamins & minerals are synergistic (they work together better when taken together), cuz you'll get more vitamins for your money. I don't care if the sale is $0.50 a bottle, it still doesn't add up.
      -- A wise person does NOT buy into the one-a-day crap. A wise person will usually take 6-10 capsules of a mega vitamin/mineral supplements at least twice a day. Each of these mega-vitamins are like getting a partial dose of the vitamins you'd ingest from a Thanksgiving dinner, so don't worry about overdosing on vitamins.
      -- Overdosing on vitmains is a myth. It's extremely difficult to do so. You can take tons of vitamins. Most body builders swallow 15-25 mega-vitamin/mineral supplements twice a day.

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