There has been a definite theme to Amazon’s one-day-only deals throughout this week – New Year’s resolutions. The online commerce giant knows that you want to make the most of “New Year, New You,” and has been devoted this week to giving you deals on the best ways to make that happen. Today, they have a deal on supplements from Hydroxycut and Purely Inspired – 17 different supplements in total. These tablets, gummies and powders will help you achieve your weight loss goals in 2018.
Some of the best discounts are listed below, while the entire deal can be found here.
Normally $30, this weight loss supplement is 50 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Hydroxycut Hardcore Scientifically Tested Weight Loss and Energy, Weight Loss Supplement, 60 Count on sale for $15
Normally $17, this Garcinia Cambogia supplement is 59 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Purely Inspired Garcinia Cambogia+ Gummies, Supports Weight Loss, Natural Flavors, Delicious Fruit Burst 50 count Gummies on sale for $6.99
Normally $35, this weight loss probiotic supplement is 62 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Hydroxycut Platinum, Weight Loss Supplement, Active Probiotics, 60 count on sale for $13.27
Normally $30, this protein powder is 60 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Purely Inspired Organic Protein Powder, 100% Plant Based Protein, French Vanilla, 1.5lbs on sale for $12.07
Normally $14, this green coffee weight loss supplement is 58 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Purely Inspired Green Coffee Bean, Weight Loss Supplement, Non-Stimulant 100% Pure Green Coffee for Weight Loss, 100 Count *Bonus Size* on sale for $5.92
Again, don’t miss out on any of the 17 supplement options that aren’t listed. Good luck!
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