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what do you pay for cambridge ss?

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by this*time, 27 June 2010 Social URL.

  1. this*time

    this*time Full Member

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    wondering if prices vary a lot
     
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  3. DappyMare

    DappyMare Girl on a mission

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    hiya, prices do vary..depends on your area, and your consultant..my first consultant charged £1.80 for all products, but my new one is more expensive and charges £1.85 for porridge and sachets and £2.05 for tetra'sand bars. so for 3 products a day it's roughly £45 for me, so if you look between £35-£45 a week gives you rough idea:p

    I still find cambridge alot cheaper than what i used to spend on food, alcohol, and takeaways!:eek:
     
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    I pay £36-£38 depending on if I get tetras or not. But prices are going up in July for all of the CDCs
     
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    northerngurl back once again

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    Mine are going up to £1.80 this week so I will be paying £37.80. It depend on what height you are too, I am only 5ft 3 so only need 3 packs a day.

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    I only have shakes and tetras.

    Shakes are £1.70 & Tetras are £1.95 but my CDC also sells bars for £1.95 and soups are also £1.70 and I *think* the porridge is £1.70 too. I don`t know how much the water flavourings are and I *think* the mix a mousse is £5 something.

    HTH

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  7. mfhx6gt2

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    Works out at about 50 quid a month but I need 4 packs a day as a bloke.
     
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    You must mean £50 a week, can't be month surely
     
  9. sumayyah

    sumayyah please try again

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    i pay 38.75 for 3 choc mint shakes per day as my cdc put her prices up early ( cdc's are self employed so can charge what they want, most stick to rrp thou )
     
  10. sumayyah

    sumayyah please try again

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    if he really pays £50 a month for 4 packs a day then his cdc will be very busy..... we will all be heading over there
     
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    mine were £1.70 per shake and £2.oo per bar and tetra. On the 1st of July they are going up by 10p. Still its cheaper than food I guess but right now I dont care I would do anything to get my old figure back.
     
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    I pay €60 (in Ireland) a week for 21 products. I usually have a mixture of shakes, soups, bars and tetras but it would be €60 for all shakes or all tetras.

    €60 I believe is £49... Gosh that's alot more than the £35 most people seem to be paying!

    We really do live in a rip of republic!

    Oh well, I suppose it does work!


     
  13. mfhx6gt2

    mfhx6gt2 Number 9

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    Ooooppppppps of course I mean per week.

    Where did that come from!
     
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    i pay £2 per tetra, and i have 3 a day so £42 a week
     
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    Hahaha yes, good point!
     
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    my cdc charges same price for everything and i am £40 a week - flavourings etc are £9 though xx
     
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    atm only on shakes which are 1.70 but expect small price rise soon
     
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    :eek::eek::eek:
     
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    I pay £1.80 for all sachets and tetras. I think the bars are the same as well? Mix'a'mousse and water flavourings are £6.50 each.

    So SS costs me £37.80, SS+ would cost £50.40. I always thought I was being ripped off a bit as others claimed to pay £1-60, £1.70. But by the sounds of it, my CDC is quite reasonable.
     
  20. Mia

    Mia Skinny girl in a fat body

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    All my products are £1.90 each whatever they are. I therefore pay £39.90 per week.
     
  21. Madferret

    Madferret Mad as a Hatter

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    My CDC has already implemented her price increases, and I pay £1.95 for tetras... so 21 tetras equate to £40.95

    Hope that helps

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