expired 7 Meals for $39.80 (Existing Users), 7 Meals for $29.85 (New Users) Delivered @ Youfoodz

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Hey Everyone

As they are giving away two free meals, if you have a new account you can use the promo code 2FREE to take another $19.90 off your order, bringing the cost of the meals to $4.26 EXPIRED

As they are giving away two free meals, if you have an existing account you can use the promo code YFLOVE to take another $9.95 off your order, bringing the cost of the meals to $5.70

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  • +6 votes

    2 Free meals are available for anyone, so:

    "2FREE" works on first orders, so you can get 7 meals for $29.85 :)

    "YFLOVE" works for existing users who can get 7 for $39.80

  • +4 votes

    Niceeee, been waiting for a decent deal to come along since last year.

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    Thanks op, I do have new accounts.

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    I'm not sure if I'm missing something..

    I added 7 meals, put the code in but it comes to $39.80

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    dammit, i just ordered from the previous post https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/441133

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    Can I choose the first delivery date? For example, I am away and would like to begin w/c 11 March 2019.

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    Is this only a once off? After the 7 meals is it back to normal price? And is there any commitment ?

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    is 2FREE working for anyone anymore?

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    Awesome deal, i’m currently on light n easy but will swap these for the dinners next week and just do the breakfast and lunch to test it out. I’m interested to see how they compare.

  • +4 votes

    2FREE doesn't work anymore.

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    2FREE isn't working on a new account?

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    YFLOVE Is only taking $9.95 my order, making 7 meals $59.70

    Any ideas?

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      Yeah I'm seeing the same problem, I'm confused as to what the discount should be. Says in the meal list that two meals have $9.95 taken off, but the subtotal is only showing $9.95 off, not $19.90 as it should be. and it's definitely not subtotalling at $39.80.

      EDIT: ok problem was using the meal planner option. Adding each meal individually is now getting it to show the $39.80 total.

  • +2 votes

    Cashrewards should signup youfoodz.

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    I can only get it for $49.75 7 meals new customer, whats the trick for 29.85

    EDIT: Never mind

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    Thanks! Confirmed order, ordered 7 meals for $40!

  • +1 vote

    just missed it.!
    Must have been an error with their system, both giving free meals and accepting a code for discounting of 2 meal cost from the total. :(

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    YFLOVE doesn't work anymore for me :(

  • +2 votes

    Since 2FREE isn't working anymore, FIRST-YF gives you a further $0.05 discount compared to YFLOVE if you're a new user :)

  • +3 votes

    I would just like to ask if anyone recommends these meals? I mean I read the positive comments off their site but all seems so fake. Need a more realistic bunch to tell me. I will base my order off this information

      • +2 votes

        at best, it is alright. I'd say the meal quality is average to sub-par. Definitely not horrible. I just find the portion size to be a little small even for a female and I am not a big person.

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      at best, it is alright. I'd say the meal quality is average to sub-par. Definitely not horrible. I just find the portion size to be a little small even for a female and I am not a big person.

    • +4 votes

      I really enjoy them and find the food very tasty compared to something like lite n easy. Small portions, but that can be a positive.

    • +4 votes

      Most of the meals I've tried have been pretty good. Their new cajun fish and chips is really nice and you can't go wrong with the mushroom cannelloni.

    • +3 votes

      I've been very surprised by how good the meals have been tbh. Haven't had one I've disliked yet and I'm not necessarily that easily pleased.

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        Thanks for all the responses. I think I am pulling the trigger for next week (Ended up pulling the trigger) I normally don't complain with food but I could not go off the biased reviews on the website

    • +1 vote

      I get them for lunches. Too small for dinners. But pretty decent if you can get them for around $7 a meal. TBH they're better than any other $7 lunch option I have. Especially when I cannot get more than 10 minutes to eat. Plenty to choose from too, rather than the same old sambo

      • +1 vote

        I was thinking of finally taking the plunge, for this reason. Cheap ready made lunch. On the road, very busy, and cafes are a TRAP.

        Will try.

    • +3 votes

      Yes, some dishes are better than others. Don't get beef, anything beef is chewy!!
      Better than Lite and easy, I'd say.

    • +3 votes

      My post is getting downvoted, but down the bottom of the page I did a break down of true costs and some comments on these meals not being healthy. They're basically as healthy as frozen dinners, but provided unfrozen (with preservatives).

      Including delivery ($20 in Perth, but I'm guessing at least $10 elsewhere), the cost of 3000 calories is $60. Consider how long it would take you to eat this many calories. For most people that's 1.5 to 2 days worth! If you ate 1500 per day, and just ate YouFoodz the actual cost would be $210 per week. If you are more of a 2500 calorie per day person, the cost would be $350 per week to get your fill with YouFoodz.

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      I tried them a couple of times with discounts. They were alright, a bit average at times. The mushroom cannelloni is a surprisely solid choice.

      Personally I’d prefer Hello Fresh. They aren’t pre-made but are pretty good meals that are easy to cook up.

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    I just used YFLOVE with 2 free meals 30secs ago and it worked.

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    YFLOVE worked for me too

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    Do these meals expire quick?

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      5-7 days from date prepared

    • +1 vote

      From their FAQ:

      Youfoodz meals have an average shelf life of seven to nine days in the fridge. We recommend eating any meals with fish within the first six days. Our Fruit Salad and Sandwiches should be eaten within the first four to five days.

      For customers in Adelaide & Perth, please note the average meal shelf life is six to nine days, due to an extra day in refrigerated freight transport.

      Some meals and snacks have a longer shelf life. Always check the Use By date before consumption.

      https://youfoodz.com/pages/faq-page

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    YFLOVE working for me also, existing account

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    YFLOVE just worked for me on existing account

    2 free meals + $9.95 off
    I got 8 meals for 49.75 = $6.25 a meal. Nothing special.

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    Success at getting 7 meals for $39.80 = $5.68 per meal. I had to use a different email address to get around an error message that I had apparently already used the promo code YFLOVE.

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    How does this work? Never used them before. Do they deliver at your specified time and address?

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      Specified address and day. They give an eta, but it's rarely accurate. I've had deliveries anytime from just past midnight to around 5pm. They do send an sms when its close (~10mins away) and when it's been delivered.

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    This is the deal that has brought me back. Confirm YFLOVE worked on existing account.

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    Cheers! YFLOVE (7 meals @ $5.68 ea) worked for me on my PC with existing account. Many thanks guys:) cha-ching!

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    Worth it once they're $5 each for ongoing customers. Portions are too small otherwise.

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    So what steps to follow to get the $29 for new members?

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    Sorry for a dummy question, if i order 7 meals this will be delivered in one day? How can i finish all 7 meals? Freeze them?

    • -3 votes

      Already answered above.

      Neg suggests some tard can't see iBuzz7S's post.

    • +1 vote

      They are delivered all at once chilled in a box with ice packs. You store them in the fridge after delivery, the use by date is printed on the meal but it will be around 7-9 days so no need to freeze them if having 1 a day.

    • +2 votes

      you eat them over multiple days like any normal human (possible to have a few in a day)

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      I keep a couple in the fridge for the immediate days ahead. Freeze the rest. Choose sensibly and they freeze perfectly fine.

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    Thank you!

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    Thanks OP. Going to give them a try.

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    Oh so much effort to decide what 7 meals do I want and it says I've used both codes already. Haven't ordered anything this year…

  • +1 vote

    UPDATE:

    2FREE still works.

  • +3 votes

    Real Cost of YouFoodz is $8.5 per meal, and it's Unhealthy

    1.5-2 days of calories for $60! (including delivery cost, 2 free meals, and $10 off)

    Taking into account the $10 discount using YFLOVE for New User, and the two free meals (no code required; click the banner on their site).

    Minimum order is $49,which is 7 x $10 Meals (including two free). Most $10 meals are around 400-450 calories. Most people eat more than this per sitting. You might need to add some olive oil, or coconut oil to the top after heating to up the calories. Delivery is $20 in Perth. That brings the total to $59.7 (taking into account the additional $10 new user discount), say $60.

    Meals aren't always as natural or healthy as they seem. Flavour enhancers, anyone?

    • The Beef Lasagne contains Flavour Enhancer (635) and Sulphites high enough to have to list them on the label.
    • The Loaded Breakfast Pie has a bunch of additives, with the most commonly reactive being Food Colour (150c) It is, however the best bang for your buck, with 330 calories for $5 (most meals are 450 calories for $10)
    • Buffalo Chicken Pizza contains various various preservatives, and Sulfites.
    • Slow Cooked Lamb Shanks contain only 33% Lamb Shanks with many different colours Colours (102, 133, 150d,150c) and Food Acid 330, Flavour Enhancer (635) and others.

    So, considering the cost per meal is $8.5 per meal, with an average of 440 calories, and a bunch of additives, you'd really probably not be that far off keeping some frozen peas in the freezer for $2 a bag, and freezing a pizza or nandos chicken in portion controlled sizes.

    Even with these YouFoodz deals, you're basically paying $60 for 3000 calories. The average person eats between 1500 - 2500 calories per day. You're getting 1.5 - 3 days of calories for $60.

    Is it worth it? No

    • +1 vote

      agree. I usually buy these only when work is busy as it's still better value than take away from cafes around my workplace. Other than that I rather cook myself…

      • +1 vote

        Yup. I know the numbers don't stack up nutritionally, but I still buy YF simply for the convenience

    • -1 vote

      If you're ordering YouFoodz for health purposes than ordering a Beef Lasagna, loaded pie orBuffalo Chicken Pizza than you probably should be doing some basic research into what's healthy. I wouldn't be buying a pie and expecting it not to be absolute shit health wise. If you use basic logic and select meals heavy on vegetables/meat you're probably be fine health wise. Looking at the menu the Egg white and Omelette smash, Clean Chicken and Broccoli, Chicken Hot Pot and Loaded chicken and pumpkin salad all seem like good candidates.

      The other meals including the ones you mentioned I guess would be good for convenience purposes as long as you're not expecting to get a model body.

      Price wise I guess it comes down to your lifestyle; if you're driving off to buy food each day at work than the price may not be a problem compared to time/fuel saved. Myself; I only buy with coupons like this

      • +3 votes

        No need for snark, dude. If they work for you, great.

        Unhealthy

        YouFoodz tag line is literally, "Healthy Meals Delivered." I've worked in a health-focused kitchen, and it's not impossible to make healthier versions of Beef Lasagna, or Chicken Pizza. The addition of a bunch of chemicals does not deliver on the expectation, based on marketing. The "basic research" is what I just did. I added it here so that others could save time and not need to do it (those who are interested in the health and value aspects versus just convenience.).

        Lets use the "basic logic" you described and select meals "heavy" on meat and vegetables (e.g Lamb Shanks and veg, as has already been established as unhealthy and including flavour enhancers, colours, etc. Who is falling for the marketing here? "Probably be fine healthwise." Okay. Health has very little to do with a "model body."

        Lets see how the "probably fine healthwise" options stack up that you mentioned condescendingly as "basic logic." Allow me to do the "basic research" that you claim people should do before even considering whether basic claims are true (that you haven't done yourself). That is.. checking the ingredients.

        TLDR; They're not healthy.

        I previously took a sample that I thought adequately represented YouFoodz nutritional additive breakdown.

        Prices rounded from $9.95 to $10.

        EGG-WHITE OMELETTE & POTATO SMASH $10 for 219 calories (so $100 for a day of calories)
        Heavy on Sodium, 685mg, with additives and about 0.6 teaspoons of sugar.
        Ingredients: Potato (38%), Egg White (34%), Tomato Chutney (10%) [Tomato, Sugar, Vinegar, Onion, Thickener (1422), Tomato Paste, Salt, Spices, Garlic, Acidity Regulator (330), Firming Agent (509)], Tomato (8%), Feta (2%) [Contains Milk, Mineral Salt (509)], Spinach (1%), Tasty Cheese [Contains Milk], Salt, Black Pepper, Dried Parsley.

        CLEAN CHICKEN & BROCCOLI $10 for 305 calories
        0.5 teaspoons of sugar
        Mmmm, got to love that "clean" flavour enhancer. Not mention the other 13 types of additives
        Ingredients: Broccoli (48%), Chicken Breast (43%), Spinach, Vegetable Oil, Pine Nuts (1%), Cottage Cheese [Contains Milk, Preservative (202), Thickeners (412, 415, 410, 407a), Acidity Regulator (330)], Greek Yoghurt [Contains Milk, Thickeners (1422, 440)], Lemon Pepper Seasoning [Contains Food Acid (330), Flavour Enhancer (635), Spice Extract (160c)], Sweet Chilli [Contains Stabiliser (415)], Parmesan Cheese [Contains Milk, Mineral Salt (509), Natural Preservative (1105) (Contains Egg)], Coriander, Crushed Garlic, Cashews, Brown Sugar, Spring Onion, Lemon Juice [Contains Antioxidant (300)], Honey, Black Pepper, Salt. Contains 8% Pesto Sauce.

        HEALTHY CHICKEN HOT POT $10 for 224 calories
        Heavy on Sodium, 621mg, with 1.3 teaspoons of sugar
        Flavour enhancer, preservatives
        Ingredients: Chicken Breast (31%), Zucchini (22%), Pumpkin (19%), Water, Cherry Tomatoes (9%), Tuscan Seasoning (2%), Gravy Powder [Contains Soy & Milk], Crushed Garlic (0.3%), Lemon Juice (0.3%) [Contains Preservative (223), Antioxidant (300)], Black Pepper, Chicken Stock [Contains Flavour Enhancer (635)], Thyme.

        LOADED CHICKEN & PUMPKIN SALAD $10 for 282 calories
        1.3 teaspoons of sugar
        Sulphites, Canola Oil (linked to heart disease), Preservatives
        Ingredients: Chicken Breast (37%), Pumpkin (30%), Lentils (19%) [Lentils, Water, Salt, Ascorbic Acid], Spinach (4%), Honey, Dried Cranberries (1%), Dijon Mustard [Contains Food Acid (260)], Seeded Mustard [Contains Food Acid (260)], Canola Oil, Red Wine Vinegar [Contains Preservative (224) (Contains Sulphites)], Salt, Black Pepper. Contains 7% Honey Mustard Dresssing.

        Perception of "Convenience"
        Anyone with a freezer and a house, and doesn't spend their life in a hotels doesn't need to drive to buy food every day. Anyone with a fridge doesn't either. Even getting delivery takeaway food would be cheaper than this. That was my point. There's zero benefit unless people like the "idea" of fresh, and pseudo groceries. They could go to the supermarket once a month and get SuperNature frozen meals (also with flavour enhancers), at a cheaper price, and likely get just as many nutrients.

        The whole thing is a gimmick in terms of health, convenience, and value for money. If it works for you for some reason because of convenience, great. However since the purpose of Oz Bargain is usually figuring out effective costs, I'm balancing that perception with the facts. Something you may wish to include the next time you want to get snarky.

        • +1 vote

          Does anyone have any screenshots of the meal ingredients when they first launched? I remember there were no additives and no preservatives so this is really sneaky

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