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Box of Mars Protein Bars 18 x 51g (Short Dated) $53.82 + $9.99 Shipping (50% off) @ Supplement Wholesalers

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The Supplement Wholesalers have boxes of the Mars Protein Bars (18 bars) for $53.82 - that's less then $3.00 a bar - they normally sell for just below $6.00

The Best Before date is 14-07-19

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Store address is 551 woodville road guildford nsw 2161

https://www.supplementwholesalers.com.au/products/clearance-...


Mars Protein Bar
Are you a fan of the unmistakable chewy centre, distinctive caramel and delicious chocolate in a Mars bar? Well now you can have all the great taste you love with 19g of protein! The Mars Protein Bar contains just 200 calories and has the nutritional profile you would expect from a leading protein bar, but with all the great taste of your favourite confectionery brand. The individually wrapped Mars Protein Bars can be easily slipped into any gym bag as a post workout snack. If you’re looking for a new and tasty way to enjoy protein, you’ll love these high protein bars! They give you an excuse to eat a chocolate bar without feeling too guilty.

• All the deliciousness of a Mars Bar with less calories and added protein!

• Same chocolate coating and caramel snack but with 19g protein per bar

• Milk and whey protein complex for fast recovery

• 200 calories makes it perfect as a snack for dieters

• Diverse array of protein sources to promote muscle recovery

• Same protein percentage as Quest Bars

• Suitable as a low fat meal replacement with under 5% fat content

• Easily slipped into any gym bag as a post workout snack

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  • +5 votes

    OP can you please confirm if I am able to Tim Tam Slam these Mars Bars with my Milo? The bubbly air holes in the center of the product makes it look possible but would appreciate a definitive yes or no.

    Thanks in advance.

    • +3 votes

      Hey, I am not sure if you can 'Tim Tam Slam' them, I have not tested that.

      They are pretty spot on to the normal mars bar in taste and consistency so if you can do it with a normal mars bar there is a good chance you can with these as well.

      • +3 votes

        Thanks for the quick response OP but you see I have had all kinds of problems with the normal Mars Bar and would not recommend Tim Tam Slamming them unless you have a metal skewer like I keep on me when the situation arises. I have to poke a hole through the entire Mars Bar (King size is very challenging) and the caramel blocks the Milo fairly quickly so I only get maybe 2 or 3 seconds max of Milo slamming action. I am hoping the lack of caramel in this version of the Mars Bar alongside the texture pattern of the inner core of the product might allow better flow of hot beverages.

        Is someone able to test?

        • +6 votes

          unfortunately the boxes are all sealed so I can not test. I will ask around and see if anyone has tried this.

          I think if you used the skewer method with a mars bar freshly out of the fridge you wouldn't get the caramel running as quickly.

          hope this help

  • +4 votes

    $6 per bar? Since when?
    Chemist Warehouse states a RRP of $4.95, currently selling for $4.49
    https://www.chemistwarehouse.com.au/buy/86798/mars-protein-b...

    Obviously not a great deal but you have more than 9 days to eat 18 bars.

  • +3 votes

    Not really that good of a deal tbh. You can get 18x bars here for $75 less 3% which would be long-dated.

    Once this comes in the post, the bars will have like less an a week before the best before. Wouldn't say it's exactly worth it.

  • +2 votes

    A real ozbargainer waits till these are expired.

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    I think a decent protein powder would be cheaper?

    • +1 vote

      Always is when you compare bars to powders. Most powders probably cost less than $1 per serve and would deliver more than 19g of protein.
      Bars are just a nice treat every now and then, like a chocolate bar.

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    try harder OP

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