This was posted 1 year 9 months 15 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard, 100% Whey, Double Rich Chocolate 2.27 kg Trial Price $79.34 (Was $95.89) & Free Post @ iHerb

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Bought 2 of these for myself, good discount especially if you don't want to buy their 4.54kg options
This chocolate flavour is probably one of the best flavours in their range

Also came with free shipping which is great (select Australia Post in cart)

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  • Cheaper via subscribe and save on amazon $78.3

    • -1

      You can use cashback offers for an additional discount

    • -1

      Cheaper to have a normal diet and not consume this junk which has been scientifically proven to be useless.

  • one of the best flavours

    using what criteria?

    • +6

      His tastebuds I assume.

      • thanks

    • +2

      McDonald's Milkshake.

      • -5

        McDonald's Milkshake.

        I heard they are made of pig fat

  • +3

    Makes no sense to me when the 4.54kg bag often goes on sale for ~$100-110.

  • +1

    A WPI that's only 78% protein? The chocolate WPI from Bulk Nutrients is 85% (and higher for other flavours, 91% for raw). It's also higher in BCAAs (leucine, isoleucine and valine) The Bulk Nutrient WPI is $36/kg - so pretty much the same price.
    https://www.bulknutrients.com.au/products/whey-protein-conce...

    Alternatively, the BN WPC is between 75% and 77% protein and is only $28/kg. Even this is higher in BCAAs than the Optimum Nutrition stuff.
    https://www.bulknutrients.com.au/products/whey-protein-conce...

    • And they have cleaner options without fillers.

    • +3

      This isn't an isolate it's a blend

      • -3

        100% WHEY

        Protein Isolates + primary source

        The point of an isolate is to refine it to achieve a higher protein concentration. In this, they're using isolate (they say) and then filling it out again with cheap junk to pad their margins.

    • +1

      people like spending double the money it seems….,.

  • Double Chocolate ON is a terrible tasting flavour in my opinion.
    Their cookies and cream or milk chocolate flavours are way better.

  • The link shows it at $100. Has the deal expired?

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