Optimum Nutrition / IsoPure Deal on Amazon: Buy $60, Save $15!

Amazon has posted a new page, where users can Save $15 on $60 worth of supplements when buying specific Optimum Nutrition or Isopure supplements:

How it works

What you’ll find is a new kind of Amazon page where you can add various products to a “stack”, and it will then allow you to add all of them to the cart when you’re ready:

Amazon Protein Coupon

We threw together a quick $60 stack. The right side shows your current total

Once inside your cart, you can then click any available “Clip Coupon” links to get immediate coupon savings.

And then finally, at checkout, you should also see the $15.00 off section:

Amazon Optimum Nutrition Isopure Deal

At checkout you’ll see something like this. Not all of the products have the bonus coupons to clip.

What products are available?

As we write this, it’s mostly

Unfortunately, deals like this can’t really be added to the main PricePlow system right now, which is why we’re posting about it here.

Why Optimum Nutrition / Isopure?

In case you didn’t know, both of these companies are owned by Glanbia. Amazon has clearly had some workings with them, as they also have an Optimum Nutrition Whey Protein Dash Button:

Optimum Nutrition Amazon Dash Button

Does anyone really use these things? Seems like one of those cool ideas we’d never really use though

Amazon makes another move into the supplement industry

We’ve written about Amazon Prime for Supplements before – it’s no secret that Amazon is slowly getting deeper into the supplement game. They’ve obviously seen the massive amount of sales volume products like 100% Whey can push.

This new sales page is further proof of their move into the supplement space, and we have more news to come on that front.

Until then,

About the Author: Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is a biohacker with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several "n=1" experiments done on himself.

Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public.

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