Discount? What Discount?

Why Not Pay More?
I was checking out vitamin prices and availability online, when I came across this discount vitamin store. Great. Now I can get all my vitamins in one place... 

...if I want to pay more.

With a name like Discount vitamins and herbs you'd expect some kind of deal.

Wrong.

At Discount vitamins and herbs.com I checked out the price of Twinlab Magnesium 400mg (200 Capsules). Affordable at £14.19 plus shipping.

Amazon.co.uk offers the same product Twinlab Magnesium 400mg (200 Caps) for £13.14 plus shipping.

If you're willing to search a little you can get quality products for way less. At the UK store of Bodybuilding.com you can pick up Twinlab Magnesium 400mg (200 Caps) for the princely sum of £5.10 plus shipping.

A saving of £9.

But wait, there's more. It's not just vitamins and minerals, they'll rip you on other supplements too.


Amazon.co.uk offers Source Naturals NKO Neptune Krill Oil 500 mg (60 softgels) at a cost of £21.07 plus shipping.

Go over to uk.bodybuilding.com pick up Source Naturals NKO Neptune Krill Oil 500 mg (60 softgels) for £13.81 plus shipping.

How crazy is that? You pay £20 less.

Across a range of vitamins, minerals and other supplements, uk.bodybuilding.com was way cheaper than other online outlets. Buying a range of products, you'll pay much more shopping elsewhere.

I calculated it cost an extra £32 buying the same products from Amazon. Paying even more if I buy from other discount stores. Amazon are no longer cheap as they once were. They've established a position in the marketplace, and now leverage it for maximum profit.

Don't make assumptions. Do some digging. Do some research. Before you reach for the credit card.

Google's the answer.