how much does thos cost?

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  1. assj

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    i am looking to start either cambridge diet or lighter life after christmas, i am sure i read somewhere that cambridge is cheaper than lighter life? how much is cambridge per week? we have a shopping budget of £65 per week for 2 adults and a child, so i think we could get away with maybe putting it down to £25-30 a week if i were to do cambridge, so hoping it doesnt really cost more than £35 a week? can anybody help me out and tell me how much it costs please?
    Thanks you xxx
     
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    Hi Hun

    If I have just 21 sachets it costs me £38

    If I have 14 sachets and 7 bars it's £40

    Each counsellor varies in price,

    Also if you are 5ft 7.5 or over (I think) you have to have 4 sachets a day... I am dead on 5ft 7.5 but my counsellor allows me to have 3 a day as I'm just on te border although I have a stock of extra shakes built up if I feel I need them! Havnt so far touch wood!

    Hope this helps sorry it's not the answer you are looking for!

    I believe exante is cheaper still so maybe pop in there and find out - may be closer to budget xx
     
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    my cambridge costs me £38.85 for 21 shakes

    exante works out at £25 a week if you purchase the monthly bumper pack but you dont get to choose your packs
     
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    it costs me £38 for 21 shakes.
     
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    the change happens at 5ft 8in. you need an extra pack so you would be on 4.
     
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    so how much extra would that cost then cause of having four? i couldnt be a bloody inch shorter could geez lol
     
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    i think i paid £47 but don't quote me on that one.
     
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    p.s you could do a higher plan or you could do the exante diet. it's similar to cd in the way you use the products and has the same effect.
     
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    i might do exante then, been on the website though and the bumper packs are 50% off so makes it £25 a week, but what about when they go back up to full price? i wont be able to afford it then lol
     
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    I'm 5'8 - right on the line between 3 and 4 packs. The first 2 weeks I bought 4 packs a day but really struggled to eat 3 let alone 4. Have discussed it with my CDC and she says because I am right on the divide I can just have 3..but if I feel i need to I can up it to 4. 11 weeks in and I'm still on 3, although i do occasionally have 1/2 or 1/3 or a bar in the evenings as well. My CDC charges £1.90 for everything - bars, shakes and tetras. She said she averaged it out because then people will have what they want/like rather than feeling they can't afford something.
     
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    Thats the permanent price of the bumper pack. Its 50% off against the price if you bought everything individually but the £100 is the standard price for all the bumper packs... soups, shakes or mixed
     
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    ah thanks starlight for clarifying that, that sounds great, exante it is then. thanks for all the replies :) xxxxx
     
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    So is it 50% off the £99? Sorry for jumping in here, Im toying with what one too do too. x
     
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    it's £99 and that's half price. the rrrp states £198. this is what is says on the website when you google exante.
     
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    So what's £25?
     
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    each week would then workout less than £25. £99 divided by 4 is this amount.
     
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    Thanks hun i understand it now having a blonde moment lol x
     
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