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Voost Energy/Vitamin Tablets 20pk $3.25 (1/2 Price) @ Woolworths

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A cheaper and lesser alternative to Berocca, $0.1625 it's almost half the price as the recent Berocca deal for $0.28-$0.30/Tablet but the doses are generally much less (from a quick cross reference I did) so do your research and comparison before you purchase. The voost energy tablets also contain guranna which Berocca don't contain, if you don't want guranna then there is a regular Multivitamin product.

These are $2.99/10pk, $4.99/20pk or $12.99/60pk at Chemist Warehouse for comparison.

All varieties:

Voost Effervescent Energy Multivitamin Tablets 20 pack $3.25 (black package)
Voost Effervescent Multivitamin Tablets 20 pack $3.25
Voost Effervescent Vitamin C Tablets 20 pack $3.25
Voost Effervescent Magnesium Tablets 20 pack $3.25
Voost Effervescent Vitamin B+ Performance 20 pack $3.25
Voost Effervescent Vitamin B+ Performance 40 pack $6.50
Voost Effervescent Multivitamin 40 pack $6.50
Voost Effervescent Vitamin C 40 pack $6.50

Made in Germany

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  • +3 votes

    I've been waiting for this forever! So much cheaper than chemist warehouse when they're on slight special with $5 off $50.

    • +1 vote

      hello is that Lukian from Whirlpool?! Hii

      This deal is fantastic! I've still got a few tabs left from a 10pk but I'll deff head down and get this 20pk

      • +2 votes

        Lol hey gomo, ltns!

  • +5 votes

    who has time to eat real food when we are 24/7 deal hunters

  • +10 votes

    Aldi sell their own branded "Beroca" effervescent tablets, 15 tablets in a tube and made in Germany for $4.50 every day price. Same active ingredients and seem to taste about the same.

    • +5 votes

      The real question is what colour it turns your urine into.

      • +5 votes

        Confirmed the same radioactive neon yellow, it's the true sign of quality…

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          Are these "effervescent" Performance-enhancing?

      • +1 vote

        mountain dew of course

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      The Aldi ones don't have caffeine (crucial!).

  • +4 votes

    Can price match at chemist warehouse if it's closer. (10% of the price difference so about 17 cents cheaper).

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      They do that now? When

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      Thanks, I price matched. Got em for $3.06. Last week i paid $5.50 at Coles. :O

  • +2 votes

    I've read they do nothing. Is there any real data?

    • +2 votes

      am sure when done properly, it'll quench your thirst.

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      They'd be fine if you have an actual diagnosed deficiency in whatever vitamin that the pack you're buying offers. Other than that, you're really just producing slightly expensive urine.

      Even with a deficiency though, they don't seem to have much in terms of grams/milligrams of the actual vitamins themselves when compared to oral tablets.

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      I take these for the caffeine content (not a coffee drinker).

  • +2 votes

    I can't really neg because it's technically a deal but $3.25 is still about $3.24 too expensive for what they are…

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    or you could just eat a bit of fruit …

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    Just had a look at the Vitamin B+ Performance tablets and the concentration is much lower than what you find in Cenovis' Mega B tablets - which are cheaper;

    Voost B+ tablets = 16.25c per serve
    Cenovis Mega B tablets = 7.6c per serve (based on 250 tablets for $19 @ CW)

    Their multivitamin & 'energy' multivitamin varieties look similarly weak … the strongest ingredient appears to be the placebo!