MyProtein offer, up to 40% discount with this code

MyProtein offer, up to 40% discount with this code

MyProtein offer

After taking a look at the best offers offered by Amazon with Amazon Gaming Week and by eBay with "The Unmissable", we take a little break from hi-tech programming with an initiative by MyProtein, now one of the most important producers in the sector of fitness. The portal, in fact, is allowing all its customers to get a 40% discount with the “MAY” coupon. In this article, therefore, we will explain how to redeem the voucher.

First of all, the products compatible with the discount code are many and range over some of the most popular categories of the MyProtein portal. You can find all the articles useful for your diet or gym clothing (in view of the reopening scheduled for next month, editor's note). In addition, each item for sale has different models, based on the weight and taste to be applied, for example instant oats are available in chocolate, vanilla or without flavor flavors, and in 1 or 2.5 kilograms packs.

In order to obtain the 40% discount, using the discount code "MAY" applicable in the cart, it is necessary to purchase products with a total commercial value of 60 euros. Shipping costs, if the cart has an amount of at least 50 euros, are void otherwise you have to pay a little extra. But be careful, the MyProtein regulation provides that the discount code "MAY" has a discount limit of 200 euros.

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Report: Manchester United lose UK£200m training kit deal over fan protests

The Hut Group withdraws offer to sponsor Premier League side, reports The Observer.

  • Posted: May 10 2021
  • By: Sam Carp
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  • Manchester-based THG was reportedly in talks for Myprotein to replace Aon as United’s training kit sponsor from 1st July
  • United supporters last week launched online campaign threatening to boycott club’s sponsors
  • Joel Glazer issues statement acknowledging ‘the need for change’ and for ‘deeper consultation’ with fans in wake of ESL fallout
  • English soccer giants Manchester United have missed out on a potentially lucrative new training kit deal after ecommerce firm The Hut Group (THG) ended talks with the club amid concerns that it could be boycotted by supporters protesting at the club’s American owners, according to The Observer.

    The UK newspaper reports that the Premier League club and the Manchester-based company were negotiating a ten-year deal worth UK£200 million (US$281.6 million) that would have seen THG brand Myprotein replace insurance firm Aon on the front of United’s training shirts from 1st July.

    However, The Observer said that United were informed on 7th May that THG would be withdrawing its offer in the wake of the fan protest against the Glazer family on 2nd May that led to the club’s home fixture against rivals Liverpool being postponed.

    A group of United fans then launched an online campaign with the hashtag ‘#NotAPennyMore’ vowing to boycott brands sponsoring the club.

    ​A letter addressed to the club’s commercial partners read: ‘Your sponsorship money will be used for debt servicing and dividends. Supporting the Glazers does not support the club. It sustains a parasitical relationship.

    ‘To that end, Manchester United fans will boycott your products, seek to tarnish your brands and support your competitors until you terminate your commercial partnerships with the Glazer family.’

    Both United and THG declined to comment on The Observer’s report, which added that the company was concerned that as a local business it would be openly targeted by supporters.

    THG’s decision means United are still looking for a replacement for Aon, whose deal with the club reportedly expires on 30th June.

    A significant portion of United’s fanbase has long opposed the Glazers’ ownership, but tensions were heightened last month when the Red Devils were named among 12 founding members of a breakaway European Super League (ESL).

    United subsequently withdrew from the project along with the Premier League’s other so-called ‘big six’, but the Manchester United Supporters Trust (MUST) has since issued a letter to the Glazers outlining ‘a way forward’ with a four-point plan.

    Joel Glazer, United’s co-chairman, last week issued a response, which included a ‘sincere apology’ for the club’s involvement in the ESL, while also acknowledging ‘the need for change’ and for ‘deeper consultation’ with fans on key issues.