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BOGO Free Nutrisystem Meal Plan + Free Cookies, Free Shakes, & Free Shipping!

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Get $400 off with this exclusive offer! 😱

For a limited time, Nutrisystem is offering Buy One 1-Month Freshstart System, Get One Month Free AND free shipping! No coupon or promo code needed.

Even sweeter, you can score 5 FREE cookie packs with your order when you use promo code COOKIES at checkout – a $13.75 value! And score 7 free protein shakes with any 4-week plan order!

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Follow these steps to score the best Nutrisystem deal:

  • Head here & click on “Shop Plans”
  • Select a plan starting at just $8.57 per day.
  • Choose your gender and menu (the Chef’s Choice is the most popular!)
  • Under the Your Delivery step, make sure to click ‘Find Out How’ next to the purple tag to open up the BOGO option
  • Click on the BOGO option & click continue
  • Create an account and enter your shipping information
  • Continue to checkout and skip any extra offers presented to you
  • On the payment screen, click the “Apply promo code” link under the Grand Total
  • Enter promo code COOKIES to score your 5 free cookie packs
  • Score 7 free protein shakes – automatically added with any 4-week plan order
  • Pay a packaging fee of $9.99
  • Shipping is free

Final Cost = $446.33 shipped for EIGHT weeks of meals ($55.79 per week), PLUS 5 cookie packs & 7 free protein shakes!

*After your first two shipments, you will receive recurring monthly shipments at 50% off with free shipping until you cancel.


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What exactly do you get from Nutrisystem?

With Nutrisystem, your foods are planned out for you – no meal prepping or planning needed! The Nutrisystem meal plan provides you with three meals and three snacks per day including dessert. Please note that select snacks may be grocery add-in items like fresh fruits and vegetables.

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Here’s an example of a day on Nutrisystem:

  • Breakfast – Nutrisystem Cranberry Orange Muffin, mixed nuts and coffee
  • Morning Snack – Low-fat plain yogurt
  • Lunch – Nutrisystem Hamburger and a side salad
  • Afternoon Snack – Apple slices with almond butter
  • Dinner – Nutrisystem Roasted Turkey Medallions and green beans
  • Evening Snack – Nutrisystem White Cheddar Popcorn

Interested in the Keto diet? Check out Hip2Keto!

Join The Discussion

Comments 8

  1. Jeanette

    Does anyone have any reviews on nutrisystem? I could use some help losing weight. And how long is this deal good for?

    • frecklelily

      I tried it Maybe 18 years ago. It was super expensive, the food was not that tasty, and it got repetitive. I also suggest cutting out the “bad stuff”.

    • rochellemcgee

      Husband did it several years ago. He lost a lot of weight and he liked the food. I don’t know if the food has changed, but at the time, the food wasn’t really “healthy,” per se, it was just normal, pre-packaged food in small portions (ie pancakes were just standard pancake mix but only made one portion). I thought it was expensive for what you got, but for people like my husband who struggle with portion control, he would tell you it was worth it.

  2. Lisa

    I haven’t done this, but have done Keto several times, slimfast and so on. I finally started eliminating things out of my daily eating like sweets, snacks, diet pop and bread. After doing keto for the last time I quit eating meat all together and I’m keeping the weight off. I’m not on a diet I just don’t eat like I use too. If you have problems with portion control maybe count out those veggie straws( just and idea) and put them in sandwich bags. Also I do some exercises in my living room for about 30 minutes in the morning. You don’t need weights or machines just need to be driven. Just keep in mind just because 1 diet works for someone it may not for you so don’t get discouraged.

  3. Denise

    I did Nutrisystem before. Buy the gift cards on Costco to save big $$ and then buy the BOGO. It does work and the food is decent.

    • Jeanette

      Thanks everyone

  4. mary e anderson

    I don’t understand this BOGO offer. I can sign up for 4 weeks for $289 (plus tax, I’m sure) but you have a price of $446.33. That’s not BOGO!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi there! SO sorry for any confusion. I still find the deal to work for me as listed above. Were you able to select the BOGO offer option, when grabbing that low price?

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