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ZonePerfect Nutrition Bars Discount
Comment: We love protein bars that are under $1.00/bar and over 15g protein. This one has 14g protein, so it's worth seeing if the price is under $10 for 12 bars - which this one is!

Update: We've now tried these, and WOW the cinnamon roll flavor is INCREDIBLE. This deal is very underrated!
Balance Bar Balance Bars Discount
Comment: The original Balance Bar, popular for years and years, is still going strong with 14-15g protein (mostly from soy protein isolate) and plenty of vitamins and minerals in each bar.

When under $0.75/bar, this hits hot deal status every time.
Quest Nutrition Protein Powder Discount
Comment: Quest Protein Powder is from the company famous for their protein bars - it's whey isolate + micellar casein + milk protein isolate (for some flavors), so it's great for lactose sensitive users, and is reviewing very well.

The unflavored powder is what users are loving for their protein powder recipes!
ANSI Pro-Series Whey 25 Discount
Comment: Pro-Series Whey 25 is an isolate-first whey protein with 25g protein per scoop - a profile we can easily recommend to most users. If you see this under $7.50/lb, you're getting a great deal at over 45g protein per dollar!

We haven't tried this specific protein, but were very impressed with ANSI's Flurry protein series. Lots of protein here.
ANSI Pro-Series Whey 25 Discount
Comment: Pro-Series Whey 25 is an isolate-first whey protein with 25g protein per scoop - a profile we can easily recommend to most users. If you see this under $7.50/lb, you're getting a great deal at over 45g protein per dollar!

We haven't tried this specific protein, but were very impressed with ANSI's Flurry protein series. Lots of protein here.
Pure Protein Bars Discount
Comment: These are the popular protein bars you see at grocery stores. Note that the small bars here have 21g protein each and the large ones have 32g. For the small bars, $0.95/bar qualifies for this page.

Update: We finally reviewed Pure Protein Bars and they TOTALLY passed the test!
Premier Nutrition Premier Protein Bar Discount
Comment: At 30g protein and 270 calories per bar, these pack a punch. But... it's mostly soy protein isolate (then whey isolate and concentrate), and mostly sugar alcohols as the carb/binding sources.

Watch Mike and CJ's Premier Protein Bar Review -- long story short, chocolate mint is phenomenal, peanut butter is pretty good, and salted caramel is almost... tasteless!

Note that the Premium Nutrition Corporation settled a class-action lawsuit for $9 million due to allegations of under-dosing their RTD shakes.
Oh Yeah! Isolate Power Discount
Comment: Isolate Power is OhYeah's pure isolate, and if you see it at under $9.00/lb, you really have to consider it, especially if you're lactose sensitive!

OhYeah's protein powders are NSF Certified for Sport, so they are trusted for drug-tested athletes.

Don't forget to check out Oh Yeah! ONE Bars while you're at it - these are going to give Quest Bars a run for their money, and have a far better texture!
Gatorade Whey Protein Recover Bars Discount
Comment: Gatorade isn't known for protein bars, but these are reviewing pretty well. Under a dollar a bar, you know it's time to hit the page.

20g protein and a ridiculous 41g carbs (29g sugar!) and 13g fat yields a massive 360 calories. If you're on a sugar-friendly bulk, step on up.
Optimum Nutrition 100% Whey Protein Gold Standard Discount
Comment: This is an extremely solid price on the #1 selling and most trusted protein on the market!

Seeing that it's so popular and well-respected, we are a touch more lenient about putting it on the deals page, shooting for $7.75 per pound or less. If you see it here, then it's time to think about buying.
Clif Builder's Bar Discount
Comment: You know these bars from the grocery store - each Builder's Bar packs 20g of protein, and the whole thing is a whopping 68g of goodness. Under a dollar per bar and bulkers will want to load up.
Cellucor C4 Ultimate Discount
Comment: C4? No no no... this is C4 ULTIMATE, and this price is so low we've gotta find out if it's a mistake!

This is Cellucor's most loaded pre workout ever, with pumps on top of pumps. Our C4 Ultimate review was with the first batch and we instantly knew we had a winner. Big league product for a 'mainstream' product line here!
ZonePerfect Nutrition Bars Discount
Comment: We love protein bars that are under $1.00/bar and over 15g protein. This one has 14g protein, so it's worth seeing if the price is under $10 for 12 bars - which this one is!

Update: We've now tried these, and WOW the cinnamon roll flavor is INCREDIBLE. This deal is very underrated!
ZonePerfect Nutrition Bars Discount
Comment: We love protein bars that are under $1.00/bar and over 15g protein. This one has 14g protein, so it's worth seeing if the price is under $10 for 12 bars - which this one is!

Update: We've now tried these, and WOW the cinnamon roll flavor is INCREDIBLE. This deal is very underrated!
Universal Ultra Whey Pro Discount
Comment: A popular whey protein with the "Animal" crowd, discounts have been coming since since Animal Whey was released.

When we find it at about $7.00/lb or less, we're getting over 45g protein per dollar, a massive steal!
Cellucor COR-Performance Whey Discount
Comment: Anytime you can get Cellucor's top-rated protein here for under $7.25/lb, it's worth a look!

Nearly all of the flavors are fantastic, but we just can't stop raving about the specialty flavors in cinnamon swirl, red velvet cake, and s'mores!
Clif Luna Bar Discount
Comment: At 9-12g protein per bar (coming from soy protein isolate), these go into hot deal mode when they're under $0.75/bar.
BODYSTRONG 100% Whey Protein - Natural Discount
Comment: This is a naturally flavored protein, so there's no artificial sweeteners and might taste a touch bitter if the stevia isn't done right.

But once it's under $30, you get more than 40g protein per dollar. Under $27.50 and the deal starts looking really good, as it's going to expire in a few months.
BODYSTRONG 100% Whey Protein Isolate - Natural Discount
Comment: Any time a pure whey protein isolate can be found for less than $8.50/lb, we're excited.

Since this is naturally flavored, it might not taste as good as the normal stuff. The unflavored version is cool for fruit smoothies.
MAN Sports Blockbuster Discount
Comment: It's a Blockbuster! With ~175mg caffeine per scoop and good doses of taurine and choline, this is solid "mainstream-friendly" pre workout available at a great price.
Premier Nutrition Premier Protein Bar Discount
Comment: At 30g protein and 270 calories per bar, these pack a punch. But... it's mostly soy protein isolate (then whey isolate and concentrate), and mostly sugar alcohols as the carb/binding sources.

Watch Mike and CJ's Premier Protein Bar Review -- long story short, chocolate mint is phenomenal, peanut butter is pretty good, and salted caramel is almost... tasteless!

Note that the Premium Nutrition Corporation settled a class-action lawsuit for $9 million due to allegations of under-dosing their RTD shakes.
Ultimate Nutrition Prostar 100% Whey Protein Discount
Comment: Now here's a protein deal! Good news: this deal gets you a TON of protein -- at least 50g per dollar -- and the quality looks high with whey isolate is the first ingredient and no spiking.

The bad news: the taste gets mixed reviews - chocolate seems to do well, but Cookies & Cream rates awfully.
Ultimate Nutrition BCAA 12,000 Powder Discount
Comment: This is a straight-up 2:1:1 BCAA powder with 6g per serving and nothing else. If we see it for under a quarter per serving, then it's a great buy! Sip on it throughout the day anytime you're between high-protein meals, as well as during your workout.
MuscleTech Mission 1 Bar Discount
Comment: This is MuscleTech's attack on Quest Bars, with 20g protein (from isolate sources), 24g carbs (20g from IMO-based fiber and soluble corn fiber), and just 6g fat.

Reviews have been decent, but this price makes it worthy to stash in the house for a low protein day!
Gaspari Nutrition IsoFusion Discount
Comment: Pure whey protein isolate (and we're big fans of this one) at under $9.50/lb? IN!
MuscleTech Mission 1 Bar Discount
Comment: This is MuscleTech's attack on Quest Bars, with 20g protein (from isolate sources), 24g carbs (20g from IMO-based fiber and soluble corn fiber), and just 6g fat.

Reviews have been decent, but this price makes it worthy to stash in the house for a low protein day!
MAN Sports ISO-Amino Discount
Comment: YES! These candy-flavored aminos are simple yet ridiculously delicious! MAN is taking over the industry with these flavors.

Our favorite is Fruittles (Skittles), but if you're a sour fan, you must try Sour Batch (Sour Patch Kids). Heck, try one of each, these are THAT good.

No artificial colors so you can sip on em all day without staining your teeth. They hit the deals page at $0.275/serving.
MuscleTech Platinum 100% Iso Whey Discount
Comment: Pure isolate under $9/lb? YES. But when you can get the *unbelievable* Peanut Butter Chocolate Twist flavor for that cheap?! YES!!

Lactose intolerant users who are looking for a new protein, this is the deal!
Nutrex Lipo-6 Discount
Comment: Lipo-6 has arguably been the most trusted and best-selling fat burner over the course of time.

It now has a large family of supporting products, but this main version continues to be the one that sells the most and gets high ratings as an introductory fat burner.

At this deal, you'll find it for under 10 cents per capsule (30-40 cents per day), and it has the trifecta blend of caffeine, synephrine, and yohimbine plus supporting ingredients for an effective diet boost.
Ultimate Nutrition Prostar 100% Whey Protein Discount
Comment: Now here's a protein deal! Good news: this deal gets you a TON of protein -- at least 50g per dollar -- and the quality looks high with whey isolate is the first ingredient and no spiking.

The bad news: the taste gets mixed reviews - chocolate seems to do well, but Cookies & Cream rates awfully.
Ultimate Nutrition Iso-Sensation 93 Discount
Comment: A pure* whey protein isolate at an insane price!!

*Note that it's amino acid spiked with some glutamine, so we're setting a tighter deal threshold for this one. If you see it here, it's worth investigating!
BODYSTRONG 100% Whey Protein Isolate Discount
Comment: AllStarHealth's store brand protein isolate. It reviews well and is a good deal when under $9/lb for the lactose intolerant out there.
Ultimate Nutrition BCAA 12,000 Powder Discount
Comment: This is a straight-up 2:1:1 BCAA powder with 6g per serving and nothing else. If we see it for under a quarter per serving, then it's a great buy! Sip on it throughout the day anytime you're between high-protein meals, as well as during your workout.
Ultimate Nutrition Prostar 100% Whey Protein Discount
Comment: Now here's a protein deal! Good news: this deal gets you a TON of protein -- at least 50g per dollar -- and the quality looks high with whey isolate is the first ingredient and no spiking.

The bad news: the taste gets mixed reviews - chocolate seems to do well, but Cookies & Cream rates awfully.
MuscleTech Protein Cookie Discount
Comment: This protein cookie is short-dated and has 18g protein yet 49g carbs and 9g fat, so it's far from a clean ratio... but if you're big on carbs, you can get in on the fun very cheap here!
BODYSTRONG 100% Whey Protein Isolate - Natural Discount
Comment: Any time a pure whey protein isolate can be found for less than $8.50/lb, we're excited.

Since this is naturally flavored, it might not taste as good as the normal stuff. The unflavored version is cool for fruit smoothies.
Ultimate Nutrition Iso-Sensation 93 Discount
Comment: A pure* whey protein isolate at an insane price!!

*Note that it's amino acid spiked with some glutamine, so we're setting a tighter deal threshold for this one. If you see it here, it's worth investigating!

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What Makes a Hot Deal?

We're picky about our hot deals. Here's how we decide:

Some General Rules

  • Good products only

    The product must be at least decent. It might not be our favorite, or have the cleanest profile, but it can't be a bad product, or one from a brand we don't trust.

  • Exceptions: Highly trusted, national brands

    Those of you who know us from our YouTube channel know that we're pretty stubborn. But there are exceptions to the list below...

    For instance, if a brand like Optimum Nutrition, a major leader in protein, has a deal that's close to our thresholds, we'll probably put it up there. We trust them, and you typically don't see much variation on their prices.

Rules based upon product category:

  1. Protein: $7.50/lb of decent quality protein

    Right now, the going retail rate is almost always over $10/lb of protein. So when we find it for less than $7.50, it's a hot deal.

    However, a pound of protein isn't always a pound of protein. If we see that there's a ton of sugar or other carbs added to the mix, we'll either ignore the product or increase our scrutiny.

    If you learn just one thing from this page, it is this: NEVER pay retail for protein!! These deals come up more often than you'd think, so be patient!

    What about amino acid spiking?

    Furthermore, some brands engage in a practice known as "amino acid spiking". This means that you might not be getting as much actual dietary protein as you think, since they are adding extra cheap amino acids (usually taurine, glycine, glutamine, and creatine) but adding those to the protein number.

    If we see this, we'll warn you, and if it looks bad, it won't end up on this page (nor will it end up anywhere on the top of our protein powder category lists).

  2. Unflavored Creatine: 5 cents a day ($0.01 per gram of creatine)

    Creatine is crazy cheap anymore. When it comes to our dealspotting, 5 cents per day ($10 for 1000g) is where we get interested.

    If it's a product that has flavoring and extra goodies, we'll raise this threshold, but since creatine is so cheap, we're definitely not into the creatines that cost you in the upwards of $0.50/day. That's wasted money for anyone on a budget.

  3. Pre Workouts: $0.50 per solid workout

    Pre workout supplements are all over the map when it comes to pricing. For some products, 1 scoop is really all you need. For others, you need "3 servings" to feel anything.

    We don't believe in ever spending more than a dollar to get you going for a workout. So when it comes to the hot deals page, it's got to be a strong workout at half that cost, on sale from its regular deal.

  4. Protein Bars: $1.00/bar

    Most protein bars are glorified crap, so keep that in mind. You're typically going to see bars from $2-3.

    To make it onto this page, it needs to have at least 15g protein (but preferably over 20g), and cost under a dollar per bar. Even then you should look at the ingredients and macros and decide if it makes sense.

  5. RTD Protein Shakes: $1.00/shake

    Much like protein bars, these are typically tubs of junk, but they're handy to have around when you get them cheap enough. $1.00 each will start to get our attention.

  6. Multivitamins: Case by Case Basis

    It's too hard to say what will make it as a hot deal for a multivitamin, mainly because they differ so much from each other, and so many of them are weak and underdosed.

    In this case, we'll just be looking out for a crazy price drop where one store has a far lesser price than its competitors. We'll then look at the ingredient profile and determine if it looks like anything special.

    We'd like to keep it under $0.20/day or so to be a hot deal here.

  7. Intra-Workout Supplements / BCAA Powders: $0.50/workout

    We love intra workouts, and we review them frequently on our YouTube channel. That said, we're the first to admit that they're not first-tier supplements, and they're not worth buying if you're on a budget. They're also not necessary for most typical weightlifters.

    So we are pricing these at roughly $0.50/serving for a flavored BCAA supplement. After checking deals for a few weeks, we have not had many of these deals come by, but we're sticking to the price for now. You shouldn't have to pay $1.00 to stay "hydrated" during a workout. $0.67-$0.75/workout is normal... so $0.50/workout is our hot deal threshold.

  8. Glutamine: $Joke

    Glutamine is next to useless. 1000g at $2.00 might capture our attention.

  9. Fat Burners and Thermogenics: $0.25/capsule / $0.50/serving

    Like pre workouts, this one is tough because the strengths and dosages required varies.

    In general, when we see a 60 capsules for $15, that's starting to look like a good deal. But it depends on the serving size and what's inside, so we'll explain ourselves when we add one of these.

  10. Fish Oil Softgels and other Essential Fatty Acids: ~$0.33/g DHA

    This is a tough one, but when it comes to fish oil, we're most interested in the DHA content, followed by the EPA content.

    At around $0.33 per gram of DHA, you'll start getting our attention. This may go up or down depending on the rest of the formula, such as a product with a lot of EPA in it as well.

  11. Liquid Essential Fatty Acids: $1.00/oz

    When it comes to the liquid fish oils and other EFAs, $1/oz seems to be the best cutoff.

    We're not major fans of these oils because they typically taste awful, and if you find a hot deal, there's a good chance it's expiring soon, which means it might go rancid sooner than you like.

  12. Snacks and other such nonsense: ~$1.00

    As we write this, there is a $0.95 bag of trail mix available at a store right now. We're not going to tell you to go get it all on its own, but if you're already buying from that store, you might as well toss a few of these in.

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