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½ Price Musashi P30 Protein Powder 900g $25.25 @ Woolworths

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I believe this deal ends today ?? $25.25 normally $50.50 Woolworths

Protein powder half the price and cheaper than chemist warehouse, although im told Chem warehouse have a price matching policy

So if your after protein powder get in today i guess

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    Price?

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    Price and retailer in title.

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    It is $25.25 , half price , although I believe Chemist warehouse has it as around $35 , but i believe CW have a price matching policy

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    This brand any good though?

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      Seems tobe a good brand well known

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      It's ok. Any protein in a supermarket/chemist is usually not amazing, I'd call it medium quality.
      Try one of the protein bars for $2 or so when they're on special and see if you like the taste.

      They regularly have these 50% off sales.

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    Im just wondering if anyone can get cheaper for 900gms or more ???

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      I never buy protein powder from a supermarket even on discount because you can get it cheaper in bulk from myprotein when they have sales, bulknutrients, blackbelt protein, pureproduct, etc. I did try Musashi initially, seems like the main differences between well known brands like ON & EHP is the taste and how well it mixes.

      At the moment I'm taking myprotein Milk Tea Whey protein because of the price and taste (combine with cashback) and some Swisse brand Pure Whey Extreme Burn that was being cleared out at $15/kg.

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        I bought both. Like what you mentioned Myprotein protein powder is not as fine and soluble as Musashi like what you mentioned, but hey that might be the reason why they cost more.

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      Bulk nutrients has real protein powder that isn't 1/5 carbs, and its about this price all the time. Just have to buy a few kg due to the fixed postage cost.

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    Venom or bulk nutrients is cheaper and better quality.

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      Are they online? The thing about online is by the time you paid postage etc its cheaper to buy iver the counter

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        Bulk nutrients is flat $7 or so for postage.

        I tend to buy about 5kg at a time (check with any colleagues/friends if they want to add any to the order).

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        It's literally never cheaper to buy over the counter unless you are buying like a kilo at a time, and in that situation you really gotta consider why you are even bothering.

        Also this is 30% carbs anyway.

        Buying in bulk, MyProtein comes in about $17/kg. Bulk Nutrients is about $20/kg. Neither is stuffed full of sugar to pad it out.

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    Not a protein junkie, but I would give this one a miss. Lower protein content than most brands (only about 2/3 protein), so the price per kilo is a little misleading. And it's 7 grams of sugar per serve, which is huge.

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      Wow yeah the macros of this are terrible. Notice how they don't even call it protein powder, it's just 'high protein'.
      If you're trying to bulk then it's ok, but 1/5 carbs? The whole point of protein powder is that you're hitting all the other macros and only want to boost the protein numbers (right??)

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    This isn't real protein powder, look at the macros. Also the original price is a comical rort.
    Even in a gains emergency this isn't much of a deal.

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    Avoid this crap.

    Buy from bulknutrients… Their flavours are seriously so damn good, better than any other protein I've had. And the more you buy, the cheaper it becomes. My most recent order of 5kg WPC (mix of flavours) came it at cheaper than this, delivered, and they just taste like milkshakes when mixed with low fat milk. (50g powder to 250-300g milk).

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    Pure Product on ebay is amazing, myself and a whole bunch of friends must have purchased 50+ bags from them. Very good price, think its $85 for 5 kilos lol.

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    So where's good to buy protein from?

    There are 3 different alternatives mentioned already.

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    It does have "high protein" which is over the recommended daily intake but the carbs are fairly insane and I defs would not drink it with milk

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      It is sold as a "high protein" drink base, not pure protein powder, so I don't see why people are complaining.
      The OP has the headline wrong, but probably thinks that is being pedantic.

      It includes full-cream and skim milk powder, hence lactose and dairy fat, as well as flavours and emulsifiers.
      That suits me - add water to get a tasty high-protein milkshake.

      If you want pure protein, buy that instead. This is a food, not an ingredient.

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    This stuff tastes terrible IMO. Much better going with either Bulk Nutrients or VPA.

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