November 27th: New US deal added from Garden Of Life, and expired Optimum Nutrition deals at Dick's Sporting Goods replaced with current offers on the Optimum Nutrition website. Prices updated to reflect the latest deals from Myprotein, Protein Works and Gatorade.
Finding a Cyber Monday protein powder deal isn’t difficult, and it’s smart to stock up on protein supplements since you’re usually able to get better than 50% off products from brands like Myprotein, Optimum Nutrition and PhD. The key is to ensure you’re picking a top-quality protein powder.
We’ve been taste-testing protein powders since 2017 for our selection of the best protein powders and best vegan protein powders, so we feel confident we can steer you towards a more pleasant-tasting protein.
It’s worth examining the quality of the protein, along with which other ingredients are added. Many brands bulk out their products with refined sugars, artificial sweeteners and flavorings, which may make it taste more pleasant but aren’t going to do your training plan any good. It’s also wise to go for whey isolate over whey concentrate, as the process to create isolate removes unnecessary ingredients, like fat or sugars.
Do you have a preferred brand that you’re hoping will get on the Cyber Monday deal train? Use our quick links below to check. We also have links to major retailers who will be offering discounts.
US Quick Links
UK Quick Links
Amazon: Daily discounts on protein powders
Bulk: Up to 40% off
Maximuscle: Up to 20% off sitewide
Myprotein: Up to 70% off with code BLACK
PhD Nutrition: 20% off workout essentials
The Protein Works: Up to 60% off
Black Friday Protein Deals And Cyber Monday Discounts In The US
Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey 2.2lb Tub:
was $71.99, now $63.59 at Optimum Nutrition
Save $8.40 Set yourself up with 58 servings of my favorite whey protein, which sits at the top of Coach’s guide to the best protein powders. This discount won't be visible immediately, but you can save yourself a few dollars by using the code BFCM23ON at the checkout.
Optimum Nutrition Serious Mass: was $83.99, now $73.19 at Optimum Nutrition
Save $10.80 This is another one where you can save a few cents on the Optimum Nutrition website by using the code BFCM23ON. It promises 20% off, although after adding this powder to my cart I found this was the saving applied. The discount may not be enormous, but this is still a great supplement for anyone looking to gain weight, with a huge 1,250 calories and 50g of protein per serving.
Dymatize ISO 100 Hydrolyzed Protein Powder 3lb Tub:
was $66.97, now $52.49 at Amazon
Save $14.48 The name may be a bit of a mouthful, but a mouthful of this dessert-like protein powder is no bad thing. A collaboration with Pebbles Cereal, it delivers the same sweetness of a Fruity Pebbles breakfast alongside an enjoyably smooth texture. Pick up 46 servings for less than $70, or a smaller 20-serving tub for a little over 30 bucks.
Protein Works Vegan Wondershake 1.65lb: was
$66.99, now $28.81 at The Protein Works
Save $38.18 Vegan shakes have a hard time escaping their (in fairness, deserved) grainy reputation. Happily for me, I found The Protein Works’ Vegan Wondershake delivers a full flavor and smooth texture, along with 20g of protein per serving. It’s usually more expensive than the brand’s regular plant-based powder, so it could be worth stocking up while it’s reduced.
Protein Works Diet Whey Protein Isolate 90: was
$39.99, now $19.99 at Protein Works
Save $20 This low-calorie, low-carb shake is now better than half price. Each drink serves up 23g of protein, along with only 92 calories and 2g of carbs, making it a top option for helping you hit your daily protein quota.
Myprotein Impact Whey Protein 2.2lb:
was $44.99, now $22.50 at Myprotein
Save $22.49 Over my years of lifting, this cheap and tasty protein powder has earned a regular spot in my cupboard—the chocolate smooth option offers a flavorsome way to edge me closer to my daily protein goals. Use code DEAL at the checkout to apply the 50% discount.
Myprotein Clear Whey Isolate 1.1lb:
was $39.99, now $19.99 at Myprotein
Save $20.00 Myprotein’s Clear Whey also features in the site’s November sale—just remember to use code DEAL at the checkout to apply the 50% discount. This is a great alternative to creamier traditional whey shakes for those who want something lighter, offering a healthy 20g hit of protein per serving without the usual milky aftertaste.
Ghost Whey Protein 2lb Tub: was
$44.99, now $33.74 at Amazon
Save $11.25 Ghost supplements have a loyal legion of gym-goers fans. The brand also has some funky flavors available—Chips Ahoy or marshmallow with cereal milk, anyone? This 2lb tub contains 26 servings, each with a decent 25g of protein.
Evolve Plant-Based Protein Powder Vanilla 2x 1lb Tub: was
$37.99, now $26.59 at Gatorade
Save $11.40 This vegan protein powder promises to be a good source of zinc, iron and calcium, while containing the obligatory 20g of protein and the less common 10g of fiber. If you opt for the vanilla flavor, you can snap up two 1lb tubs for 30% less at Gatorade.com, with the website also offering 25% site-wide throughout November if you use the code BLACKFRIDAY25.
BPN Whey Protein Powder 30oz: was
$52.90, now $39.19 at Amazon
Save $13.71 Founded by popular fitness figure Nick Bare, this Bare Performance Nutrition (BPN) Whey Protein Powder is now down up to 26% (depending on the flavor you choose) as part of Amazon's Cyber Monday sale event. Each tub contains 27 servings, with every serving containing a generous 25g of protein.
MuscleTech Nitro-Tech Gold Isolate 5lb: was
$64.99, now $55.42 at Amazon
Save 15% MuscleTech's whey protein has left a trail of satisfied customers in its wake—it has more than 5,400 five-star reviews on Amazon. Buyers reviewing the product say they love the flavor and price, but a few mention the powder can clump and stick to their shakers.
Garden Of Life Organic Vegan Vanilla Protein Powder 1.5lb: was $46.99, now $35.69 at Amazon
Save $10.30 This powder delivers 22g of protein from plant-based sources such as pea and brown rice, while also helping you hit your daily fiber goals with 5g of the good stuff. It's not as sweet as many of its rivals, but this might suit you if you're looking for an understated daily shake.
Black Friday Protein Deals And Cyber Monday Discounts In The UK
Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey Protein Powder 2.27kg: was
£82.99, now £54.85 at Amazon
Save £28.14 Optimum Nutrition says this is the “gold standard” protein powder, and I agree, placing it at the top of Coach’s best protein powder round-up. It mixes with a few flicks of the wrist, and results in a deliciously rich chocolate flavor and an impressively creamy milkshake-esque texture, whether you’re combining it with milk or water. The fact it provides 24g of fast-absorbing whey protein isolate per serving doesn’t hurt either. Stock up on 71 servings for “whey” less than a quid per shake while you can.
Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey Protein Powder 837g: was
£34.99, now £27.63 at Amazon
Save £7.36 I've already given you the big sell on this Optimum Nutrition shake above, but I'm aware some of you might only want a smaller tub. If that's the case, this 27-serving has a tidy 21% discount too.
MaxiMuscle Cyclone All-In-One Protein Powder For Strength: was
£54.99, now £36.84 at Maximuscle
Save £18.15 If you live in the UK and you like lifting weights, chances are you’re already familiar with Maximuscle. The brand has a strong reputation for making quality supplements, with this powder designed to support your strength gains. It’s low in fat and sugar, high in protein (31g—good, even for a protein shake) and supplies a bonus 5g of creatine with each serving. Having used it before, I'm happy to tell you it tastes great too. The brand’s Lean, ProGain and Restore protein powder variations are also subject to the same discount.
Grenade Birthday Cake Protein Powder 480g Pouch: was
£22.99, now £14 at Grenade
Save £8.99 Grenade’s birthday cake-flavored protein bars are synonymous with protein-rich sweetness. Now you can enjoy the same decadent taste in protein powder form, with 480g and 2kg bags (down from £55.99 to £30) available.
Protein Works Clear Diet Whey 500g: was
£37.99, now £17.49 at Protein Works
Save £20.50 Made with hydrolyzed protein isolate for easier digestion and absorption, each serving of the Protein Works’ Clear Diet Whey supplies 20g of protein and just 82 calories. It’s also free from fat and sugars, and comes in seven fruity flavors.
Protein Works Vegan Wondershake 30 servings: was
£58.99, now £25.37 at Protein Works
Save £33.62 I tend to prefer how I feel after drinking vegan protein shakes instead of regular ones—lighter and less likely to have a bubbling stomach, if you need the specifics. But they’ve historically been far less tasty, with a gritty texture that has to be suffered rather than supped. The Vegan Wondershake breaks this trend with its excellent flavor and smooth finish, so my advice is to snap it up while it’s almost half-price.
Protein Works Whey Protein 80 1kg: was
£42.99, now £13.99 at Protein Works
Save £29 As a brand, Protein Works is responsible for some of the best protein bars on the market. Its protein powders are near the top of their field too, for both flavor and value for money. With a zero-grit guarantee, the Whey Protein 80 promises a smooth texture and 20g of protein per serving. It’s now better than half-price in the brand’s Cyber Monday “Blackout Sale”, while stocks last.
Myprotein Impact Whey Gainer, 2.5kg bag:
was £41.99, now £20.58 at Myprotein
Save £21.41 This is my most-bought Myprotein product for a reason. It delivers a hefty dose of protein (31g), carbs (50g) and a reasonable amount of calories (388) to help support my active lifestyle when I’m short on time. It still fits in a standard shaker, and doesn’t have the usual 1,000-plus calorie hit or consequent cement-like heaviness of other mass gainers I’ve tried. I like to buy the 5kg bag so I don’t have to restock so often, but there are smaller options available.
Myprotein Impact Whey Protein 1kg: was
£39.99, now £15.78 at Myprotein
Save £24.21 Enjoy more than 50% off a 1kg bag of Myprotein’s popular Impact Whey Protein this Cyber Monday. And if you want to pick up some other supplements while you're there, there's up to 80% off everything (discounts automatically applied) on the MyProtein UK site.
Myprotein Clear Whey Protein 500g: was
£34.99, now £12.62 at Myprotein
Save £19.21 Myprotein’s Clear Whey Protein is a light and tasty alternative to most milky protein shakes—the peach tea flavor is a personal favorite. Each drink has the taste and texture of fruit squash, while still delivering 20g of protein. It’s usually a bit on the pricey side at £34.99 for 500g, but this Cyber Monday discount means you can pick up 20 servings for less than £20.
Crazy Nutrition Tri-Protein subscription: was
£54.99, now £38.49 at Crazy Nutrition
Save £16.50 High in protein, low in carbs, calories and sugar; this supplement does everything a good protein powder should. It features six protein sources, which are absorbed at three different rates to avoid a bubbling stomach and hunger pangs. I also found it tasted great when used in recipes like protein pancakes and even a more macro-friendly cheesecake alternative. There's a bonus 30% discount for anyone using the code FRIDAY30 if you fancy some extra savings. And let's be honest, who doesn't?
Bulk Whey Protein 1kg: was
£38.99 , now £14.99 at Bulk
Save £24.00 Our “best protein powder for most people” is now more than 50% off. There’s a huge selection of flavors to choose from and the chocolate powder we tested formed a silky smooth shake with minimal mixing. Bulk.com is offering up to 80% off sitewide as part of its Black Friday and Cyber Monday events.
PhD Nutrition Diet Whey 1kg: was
£35.99, now £23.95 at Amazon
Save £12.04 Pick this PhD powder up for almost half price across Black Friday and Cyber Monday. With 40 servings coming from a 1kg bag, that’s less than 40p per drink. Further plus points include the fact that there are seven flavors to pick from, and each serving contains less than 100 calories, 3g of carbs and 16g of protein.
Foodspring Protein + Relax: was
£29.99, now £25.49 at Foodspring
Save £4.50 Foodspring’s sitewide 15% off offer will save you a few bob on its premium protein powders. This Protein + Relax option is my pick of the bunch, with its ashwagandha and casein-inclusive blend having sent my Whoop recovery scores skywards since I added it into my pre-bed routine. The Protein + Focus supplement also deserves a special mention for being particularly tasty.
Foodspring Clear Whey: was
£29.99, now £25.49 at Foodspring
Save £4.50 Fancy something refreshing to swig after your workouts? Then replace your creamy shakes for this lemonade-flavored alternative. It’s one of the best protein-rich impersonations I’ve tried, balancing sharp and sweet for a really enjoyable drink. It’s also easy to digest and offers 26g of protein per serving.
PhD Nutrition Diet Plant Vegan Protein Powder:
was £32.99, now £15.90 at Amazon
Save £17.09 If you’re looking for a plant-based protein source for a snip of its usual price, it’s time to call off the search. This PhD Nutrition pouch provides 40-servings’ worth of shakes, each offering 18g of protein and just 92 calories.
Warrior Whey Protein Powder:
was £13.99, now £10.49 at Amazon
Save £3.50 I’ve tried many protein-rich Warrior products over the years, from bars to cookies to powders, and I’m yet to be let down. This is far from the most substantial saving you’ll see over Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but the opportunity to save a few quid on a travel-size 500g tub is always worth sharing.
Innermost The Strong Protein: was
£29.95, now £23.36 at Innermost
Save £6.59 The Strong Protein is my favorite option from Innermost's goal-focused supplement range (the fit protein, health protein and lean protein are also down this Black Friday/Cyber Monday). Not only did I appreciate the 34g of protein and 3g of creatine per serving, but I also found it was the best-tasting of the bunch.
Applied Nutrition Critical Whey Protein Powder 2kg: was £
48.99, now £39.51 at Amazon
Save £9.48. With 110 calories and 21g of protein per serving, and 67 servings per 2kg tub, this £40 deal will set you up with a daily shake for more than two months. It also tastes like a Kinder Bueno White, if you needed another reason to buy.
Reflex Nutrition Instant Whey Pro 900g: was
£40.99, now £26.64 at Reflex Nutrition
Save £14.35 The first protein powder I ever bought came from Reflex Nutrition. And, though I've kissed a few metaphorical frogs since, it remains a favorite. Expect 20g of protein along with a minimal fat, carb and sugar content with each serving, as well as impeccable mixability and a solid chocolate flavor.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday FAQs
What is Black Friday and Cyber Monday?
Black Friday is a global sales event where retailers slash prices across a vast range of products. Previously, retailers would make huge discounts to in-store products on the Friday, then cut prices online the following Monday, which is where Cyber Monday got its name. Nowadays, you can find online discounts across the whole period.
When is Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2023?
Black Friday 2023 is on November 24th, the Friday after Thanksgiving, while Cyber Monday lands on November 27th.
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