Puritan’s Pride: $0.99 Vitamins + FREE Shipping!

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WOW! Puritan’s pride has some awesome deals available thru 4/10! You can score 10 different vitamins (30 ct) for $0.99 each + FREE shipping on ANY order! Did you hear me?! ONLY $0.99 for Vitamins shipped right to your door! Just head on over here and scroll down to see the 10 different vitamins available for $0.99.

I just snatched up four bottles of Vitamins (for my wonderful grandma who is visiting me right now!) for a grand total of $3.96 shipped! You can’t beat that!!!

(Thanks, Coupon Pro!)

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Comments 37

  1. Holly

    Awesome..I so need Vitamin D

  2. Rebekah

    I just bought 6 of them….i take a lot of vitamins, does anyone know anything about these or have they ever taken them before? I normally buy mine from Whole Foods but thought for the price i would give these a chance….any feedback?

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Yes they are good quality. I always buy when they have their buy 2 get 3 free sales and stock up. ๐Ÿ™‚ Been buying from them for years and years. No worries.

      • Rebekah


  3. Kerri

    PLEASE be VERY careful if you take their vitamins! They are not regulated and are at times 1000% or more of the FDA amounts. I ended up in the hospital in intensive care for 10 days after taking their supplements. The doctors all reported it but the company is still in business.PLEASE be careful!

    • Sheyanne

      Thanks for letting me know. I was curious on the brand because not all vitamins/supplements are created equal!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      wow! I just just about to call my husband and see if he needs any and thanks for your comment now I will not. Thanks for the heads up!

    • Liz

      Do you mind sharing which vitamins you purchased? I just purchased some.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      I have been taking them for many years and never had a problem with any of their products. You have to take into account your lifestyle etc… too unless you had the vitamins broken down and analyzed in a lab you should not make such outlandish claims.

      • Darcie

        I don’t think that any comments made by Kerri were “outlandish.” She simply warned people to be careful and shared her own experience. I am grateful for people who try to help others be aware.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      There is nothing wrong with Puritan vitamins, and my whole family has been using themfor years. It is the customer’s responsibility to determine what dose of what supplements s/he needs. Yes side effects are possible, for example if you take pure Niacin (Nicotinic acid) 250mg or more without slowly becoming accustomed – a severe (though harmless) skin flushing can occur, sending people with a tendency to over-react to the emergency room (where they will be prescribed a mild antihistamine and possible a sedative to calm their sensitive nerves). The customer must also cross check ALL the supplements s/he is taking because overdoses can accumulate. The only significant problems that Puritan generates if for it’s overpricing competitors ๐Ÿ™‚ And yes – some supplements may or may not have the desired effect because research is ongoing. Best of health to all.

  4. Bethany

    This is a good company! Some people are more sensitive to vitamins. Though I think the man must have been an extreme situation and not the normal at all!

  5. Donna

    Well reading through the comments (after I ordered – which isn’t the proper order I admit) gave me a roller coaster ride of oops – oh crap – well then ok… haha.. Glad we can share opinions here and glad to know others will look a little harder and actually reference real review sites. Thanks Everybody! I ordered my vitamins – what a great price! ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. AM

    This is true, vitamins and herbal supplements are not regulated. Therefore, every bottle you buy no matter who you buy from may have different amount of the active drug. They have to be safe though, so they cannot put in a toxic amount of the drug. I would definitely do a ton of research before buying ANY medication from an unknown internet source. Ultimately you get what you pay for.

  7. Holly C

    It is always a good idea to discuss with your doctor before beginning any new vitamins. Some can have negative side effects on conditions or on current medications. Always disclose the use of these products before begin any treatments by a doctor.
    Holly RN

  8. Jamie

    Stocked up on Fish Oil & Vitamin E which I take everyday. Vitamin E is not only good for your heart but supports your immune system – I’m the only one in my household that takes it and I get sick WAY less than everyone else.
    Don’t forget Bing Cashback is 10%!

    • AM

      very true, just remember to stop both a week before any procedure. They cause you to bleed a lot more…..just an fyi. People don’t think about mentioning vitamins to doctors ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      jamie also be careful with vitamin e as it is a fat soluble vitamin so it builds up in your fatty tissues if you have excess that your body does not need. Unlike water soluble vitamins that get flushed out of your system such as vitamin C. It is a good vitamin, just exercise some caution with it.

  9. stephanie

    I use to be a biologist for the federal government, and no vitamin or mineral is FDA regulated. That is why they have AI amounts instead of RDA’s. A good suggestion to see if you have vitamin toxicity is to look at the inside of your palms. If they are yellow and chappy looking you probably are taking too many vitamins. The problem with vitamins is individuals think that if they take more then the effect will be more, but it is not. You need to take the recommended dosage or follow the FDA GUIDELINES, since it is not regulated. There are guidelines however to follow for vitamins. For example you only need 1000mg of calcium if you are not over the age of 50.Then it goes to 1300mg of calcium. You only need 10 micrograms of vitamin D, a very small, important amount! Follow the guidelines and you’ll be fine. A vitamin is a vitamin. Vitamin A is vitamin A, trust me I’ve studied it. You cannot chemically change vitamin A so it is better because once you change the chemistry you no longer have vitamin A. Therefore, vitamin A is vitamin A. Hope this helps to calm some fears. Also, to the lady who ended up in the hospital, she probably took too much or she had an allergic reaction. Follow the guidelines so this doesn’t happen with any supplement you take.

    • Tiffany

      Many products we eat and drink are fortified with vitamins as well….protein shakes, meal replacement bars, etc – so, you do need to be careful when supplementing. You also want a supplement that can guarantee its potency and purity and delivery system. I used to work at a place that sold Apex brand supps and would highly recommend them – argh, I stopped training there and Apex was bought out and I havent researched the new people or where Apex went ๐Ÿ˜‰ I need to as I stopped taking my multi and could use a good one!

    • cara

      thanks so much for the info you provided. I found it very interesting and helpful. I am thinking of ordering some of these for my family and your statements have made me feel more at ease! thanks so very much

  10. Tiffany


    there’s a link to apex – just for FYI to check out. I don’t work for them ๐Ÿ˜‰ Also, when I did recommend them (personal trainer) – they had a different owner who was great, he’d come out and talk to us, they have/had? a 1-800 number you could call to contact their research dept and they’d send you any info on their supplements. If I can get the name of his new company, I’ll share it for sure!

  11. Tiffany


    Ok – I dont know if its just a new “program” and the vitamins are the same..or what – just more FYI for you.

  12. lily

    this is a company that charged my debit card without sending me the product. i called and they said they are not going to send me the products because i used coupons more than once . ( they released a coupon code) , i said if that is the case, then ok, i want my money back . i said why did you charge me when you were not shipping? they said they could refund my money, but i needed to tell them my debit card number, name, birthday and social security number . they would then submit a request to my debit card company and i would have to wait for a few weeks or months to get my money refunded . i said why cant you just refund my money right back to the card that you charged from ? they said they cant .
    i never got my refund as it was such a hassle what they asked me to do . and i just gave it up . but i am still wondering .. what kind of company is this???

    • Jenny

      I would contact your bank and get them to reverse the charge on your debit card.

    • Liz

      Yes if you did not receive the product your bank could process a dispute for you on your behalf. Just explain everything you just did to your bank and they will give you your money.

  13. lily

    they did send me the products of my first order though– some kind of goat soap. but i swear, that soap has got some really really weird and nasty smell, it actually made me cough , frown and almost throw up . i heard myself saying– what? is this a poison soap?

  14. Melissa

    I ordered 5 bottles of Folic Acid and 1 bottle of the 99 cent Vitamin E, and that qualified my entire order for free shipping which would have been close to $5.00 otherwise. Thanks for the great deal! I take quite a bit of extra folic acid for my pregnancy (per doctor’s orders), and this is the cheapest I have found it.

    • Janel

      You can get it free at Kmart, with a RX. Just FYI ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Melissa W

        I’d love that, but we don’t have a Kmart here. ๐Ÿ™

  15. Nichele

    I always order from them and they are a great value but this is even better. And if you have a Flex plan vitamins count too. Just submit for reimbursement for them. Most count.

  16. Robyn

    Deal must be dead. They must have pulled the .99 vitamins. Cannot find them anywhere.

    • Jenny

      They are on the link that Collin posted. Just click that and it takes you right there.

  17. Anonymous

    We’ve ordered from them before and never had a problem. My dh takes a lot of vitamins and checked the ingredients against others he had, and they were the same. Most of his vitamins I can get free at Walgreens with their BOGO sale and $5 Nature Bounty coupons. However, we get the CoQ and a chewable multi vitamin from Puritan’s Pride.

    Holly, starting on the 18th Walgreeens will have Vitamin D (Natures Bounty) free after RR. If you have coupons, it will be a mm.

  18. Mary Crews

    The sale is supposed to be through 4/10 but I can no longer find it on the website..

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