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Posted: Sep. 28 2007,18:30 QUOTEQQ

I just did an order over $79 and tried the "3 free samples" thing trick and of course it worked.  I've got a few new things to try now.

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Posted: Sep. 28 2007,18:55 QUOTEQQ

I started an order and entered the SAVE10 and the 73567 codes and both seemed to register! (10% and $5.00).  Not sure if it would go all the way through, but thought I'd share if someone else wanted to try.

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Posted: Sep. 28 2007,19:02 QUOTEQQ

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I started an order and entered the SAVE10 and the 73567 codes and both seemed to register! (10% and $5.00).  Not sure if it would go all the way through, but thought I'd share if someone else wanted to try.

Very slick!  If that works be sure to let us know!

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Posted: Sep. 28 2007,23:49 QUOTEQQ

It worked!  I got both the 10% and the $5 and because the order (after discounts) was more than $79 the shipping was free!
Here are the details:
Order Total:
Merchandise Total: $99.90
Discounts: $15.00
Sub-Total: $84.90

Local Tax: $0.00
State/Province Tax: $0.00
Country Tax: $0.00
Shipping: $0.00
Handling: $0.00

Order Total: $84.90

Gift Certificate: $0.00
Grand Total: $84.90


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Posted: Sep. 29 2007,08:02 QUOTEQQ

Very cool thanks Jedsend! I will try that on my next order.

Brian in one of your posts you mentioned the oatmeal and the soup, are all varieties ok for strict or just apple oatmeal and chicken noodle soup?


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Posted: Sep. 29 2007,08:54 QUOTEQQ

Like Veronica, came home yesterday to find my order placed on the 19th had also arrived by airmail and as Veronica let us know there are no taxes at all (at any end)  or duty charged.  Also got the 3 free samples I ordered and the 4 pkgs of double bites they threw in on their own as a bonus(for maintainers only guys!!) .  Total order came to $91.86, less 10%, net price $82.66 U.S.  The charge to my credit card came to $86.23.

What totally surprised me was that the postage they paid to airmail the box was $25.10 U.S.....that's a whopping percentage of the total order value.  I will almost feel guilty trying the double dip discount next time Jedsend   ( :;): ).
I have already tasted the Honey Nut Flavored Soy Cereal which I had as a snack last night....it is like the sweet Cheerios...very crunchy....satisfies the sweet tooth and eaten one by one  is very satisfying for it's taste and crunch/munch value with lots of hand to mouth action !!  Because of the protein it was also nice and filling and definitely satisfied my slight hunger at that time.  Basic nutrients are 100 cals., 15 gm protein and only 5 gm. carbs with the added bonus of 2 gms of fiber so I guess that makes it 3 gms net carbs .  The best is that it did not trigger cravings for more carbs when I was done......lots of bang for the buck.


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Posted: Sep. 29 2007,10:27 QUOTEQQ

Quote (Veronica5529 @ Sep. 29 2007,08:02)
Brian in one of your posts you mentioned the oatmeal and the soup, are all varieties ok for strict or just apple oatmeal and chicken noodle soup?

The clinic sells all 3 of the oatmeal flavors, but only the Chicken Noodle of the soup.  The different soup flavors do have different nutrition values, so I wouldn't use any of the others without running them by the clinic first.

I did try the Chicken Noodle soup the other day and it was pretty decent.  Make it with at least 8 ounces of water to keep it from being too thick and salty (I made it with 6 ounces).  Of all of the convenient proteins (bars, shakes, oatmeals, etc.) the soup has the lowest calories (90 calories), so that's another thing it has going for it.


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Posted: Sep. 29 2007,10:30 QUOTEQQ

Quote (jedsend-diet @ Sep. 28 2007,23:49)
It worked!  I got both the 10% and the $5 and because the order (after discounts) was more than $79 the shipping was free!

I'll have to try that next time.  I can't believe I didn't think to try it before.  I guess I just figured you could only enter one or the other.  Thanks for the tip!

Between having literally every Dr. B bar (even the ones you guys can't get in Canada), all the Dr. B soups, oatmeals, etc., being about 40% cheaper than the clinic prices, and free shipping to Canada, this is turning out to be a pretty sweet vendor.


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Posted: Oct. 02 2007,23:25 QUOTEQQ

I just placed an order.  I tried to use both codes but it didn't work for me! :(  Oh well, the 10% still helped!!!

Looking forward to receiving it now!

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Posted: Oct. 03 2007,06:37 QUOTEQQ

Quote (Shilps @ Oct. 02 2007,23:25)
I just placed an order.  I tried to use both codes but it didn't work for me! :(  Oh well, the 10% still helped!!!

Looking forward to receiving it now!

Shilps

Just went and tested it too.  They must have gotten hip to that little trick right after Jedsend-diet did it.  They will only let you apply one coupon code now, so be sure to apply the one that works out best for your size order.

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