Protein World Discount Codes & Vouchers

Protein World is a UK based company who are leading the protein revolution by creating a range of pure, GMO free supplements that use 100% natural flavourings to help bring about a healthier, fitter and stronger you! Their supplements range from protein powder and weight loss aids to multi-vitamins and detox products.

Protein World Discount Code & Vouchers February 2017

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How To Use A Protein World Discount Code

Using a Protein World voucher code is incredibly straightforward. Browse through the available offers above and click on the green button “Click To Reveal Code”, this will open up a new window taking you to the Protein World website as well as revealing your Protein World coupon code where the button used to be.

Once on the Protein World website add the items you wish to purchase to your shopping basket, once ready, proceed to checkout. On the checkout page, there is a field where you can enter your promo code, once you do so click “Apply” and your discount will be successfully applied to your shopping basket.

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What if your Protein World voucher code doesn’t work?

There are a number of possible reasons why your discount voucher has failed to work. The first thing to check is whether or not it has expired, with all of our codes we will always list the expiration date. Some codes also come along with certain terms and conditions such as a minimum spend or the discount only applies to very specific products. Finally always make sure that you have typed in the code correctly, sometimes it is very easy to mistake certain letters with numbers.

If the code is still not working or you believe we have made an error please let us know by contacting us so that we can help.

Protein World Special Deals & Promotions

In addition to using a Protein World promo code there are a number of ways to make some additional savings. Subscribe to their newsletter and follow them on social media so that you will never miss out on a flash sale or deal. If you are lucky, you might receive the occasional discount code straight to your inbox. When you subscribe to their newsletter you will also be one of the first to know about new product launches and promotions.

Try to take advantage of their free shipping option when you order over £70 otherwise standard shipping will cost you £4.99. You can spend £5.99 to get next day delivery if you are in a hurry! The £70 requirement is a little high but isn’t too difficult to reach if you buy more than 1 item.

You can take advantage of their subscribe and save options whereby you can configure your subscription for the products of your choice. You can subscribe for either 3, 6 or 12 month periods whereby Protein World will automatically send out the product to you every month and you can save as much as 20% off the standard price. The good news is that you aren’t locked in and you can actually cancel at any time, on certain products you can also get some free supplements as a gift.

About Protein World

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Protein World was founded in the Summer of 2013 by CEO, Arjun Seth. They have grown tremendously quickly, having started out by selling solely on their website they are now stocked in nationwide retailers such as Argos and Superdrug. The have been able to work with a number of brander ambassadors from shows like TOWIE and even Luisa Zissman from The Apprentice has promoted the brand on social media.

Protein World has been involved with its fair share of media run ins most notably when they ran their “Are You Beach Body Ready” advertising campaign on the London Underground which gained nationwide media exposure after claims that it promoted unrealistic body goals. They were able to leverage this exposure into massive growth and sales proving that all publicity is good publicity.

More recently Protein World has been receiving more media attention due to their protein powder not meeting label claims even though they claim their own tests have matched with their current labels. The Sun claimed that their Slender Blend actually contained 17 times more carbohydrates than was stated on their label whilst also having 20g less protein per 100g.

Protein World have crafted a niche for themselves in the supplement industry by targeting the mainstream health enthusiast by being more of a lifestyle brand more so than a fitness one. This is also partly shown by their emphasis on producing GMO free supplements that use 100% natural flavourings instead of focusing on more “hardcore” muscle building supplements. Protein World also seem to have had some growing pains with their score on TrustPilot.co.uk with many complaining about their customer service as well as missing orders.