As we comb through the internet looking for deals that are worthy of your attention, most of the "deals" listed on supplement retail websites do not make our cut.  The reason why is simple--they are not really deals.

You will regularly see websites promoting sales at up to 75% their own line of supplements.  We almost always ignore these kinds of sales because they are meaningless.  A company can put any suggested price on their products that they want and then claim it is on sale for 75% off. 

Don't be fooled by this tactic.  A product is on sale only if it is cheaper than it normally is.  Few products ever sell at the so-called suggested retail price (MSRP).  The street price (the price the product is sold at across the web) is the price that matters.

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