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How much do you pay for Lipotrim?

#1
Hi all,

Just wanted to ask what everyone else is paying for their weekly Lipotrim. My friend was doing Lipotrim and was paying £27 a week. My pharmacy charges £36.77??

Would be interested to find out, I would have thought they would all charge the same amount!!
 
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#3
Hi I am paying £36 here in Cambridgeshire
That's a big difference to £27- a real bargain in comparison!
I agree should the price not be standardised?
Heffa-lump
 
#6
I have just paid £33 from Weldricks in Doncaster for my first full week
 
#7
So it seems we are paying about the same, thought I was being ripped off!
£36 is still cheaper than the 3 bottles of wine and a chinese that I would have on a weekly basis. So I shouldn't complain.

Thanks Guys
 
#8
Yeah I am 36 for 21 too. Just doing my refeed this week as off on hols and it was 14.40. :)
 
#9
Seems its a total rip off in Ireland, I pay €67.20 per week, its €3.20 per shake :(

The exchange rate is not that bad....
 
#11
Seems its a total rip off in Ireland, I pay €67.20 per week, its €3.20 per shake :(

The exchange rate is not that bad....
OMG!! thats about 59 GBP? is that for 21 total meal replacement sachets??? a weeks worth??? :(
 
#12
yep, that's just for 21 sachets, now I feel totally ripped off? I wonder would the helpline be able to explain the price difference!
 
#14
I'm in N. Ireland and paying £44 per week for 21 sachets. Not fair! Maybe it's something to do with shipping costs, other irish people?? x
 
#15
Yes, its for a weeks worth, a lot of money alright. I cant really afford it but I cant afford the weight even more. I paid 67 euro something for it yesterday but by time I was finished I paid 93 euro for shaker, listerine and fibre clear as well but it wont be that every week. An awful lot of money but Im desperate to get the weight off. So, I wouldnt want to be messing round with it heh.
 
#17
Lol Candyloss, you're right! I usually think that everything's more expensive down south but it's strange for me to be paying nearly £10 more in northern ireland. But I'm a student and would usually have to do all my shopping for one, so if I think of how much I'd spend on groceries, meals out, lattes, popcorn at the cinema and all that stuff, I'm probably saving money overall!
 
#19
candy ... sometimes knowing you have paid as much as you have makes it a greater incentive not to stop :D Plus think of all the extras you have saved money on by being on LT :)
 


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