I'm a personal trainer and these are the vegan protein powder deals I'd buy on Amazon

I've spent years trying and testing different vegan protein powders — here's my take on the best Amazon protein deals

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I've been a plant-based fitness professional for over 10 years, and I've tried my fair share of vegan protein powders in that time. When I first decided to ditch animal-based products, the market was very much in its infancy. 

The early powders were grainy, didn't taste great, and there weren't many to choose from, but now the array of plant-based protein available can be overwhelming. Even if you narrow your choice to a specific price bracket, you're still left with numerous products to ponder about.

Some protein powders have popped up as supplements deals, but if it's vegan-friendly options you're after then you're in luck. I've put my experience to good use, hunting down the top vegan protein powder deals on Amazon truly worth your money.

Prime Day vegan protein deals

now $41.99 on Amazon

Garden of Life Organic Vegan Sport Protein Powder | was $54.95, now $41.99 on Amazon

I'm a big fan of Garden of Life's plant protein range as I've generally found it to be high-quality, tasty and not grainy. This flagship powder has complete proteins, muscle-boosting BCAAs and a blend of vitamins and materials. There are 19 servings in this discounted tub each has an impressive 30g of protein and it's nearly $13 cheaper right now.

now $37.95 on Amazon

Vega Sport Premium Vegan Protein Powder Chocolate | was $64.29, now $37.95 on Amazon

Save a whopping 41% on the Vega Sport Premium Vegan Protein Powder. Each serving of this indulgent blend offers a hefty 30g of complete protein, 2 billion CFUs of probiotics and just 1g of sugar. Free from GMOs, gluten and artificial sweeteners, the Vega Sport Premium Vegan Protein Powder will aid your weight loss and elevate your exercise performance.  

now $34.67 on Amazon

KOS Vegan Protein Powder, Unflavored & Unsweetened | was $38.99, now $34.67 on Amazon

I wholeheartedly recommend the KOS powder, thanks to its pleasant consistency, inoffensive taste and nutrient-packed formulation. Plus, it has extra digestive enzymes to help you process the powder, so no bloating or cramps. Each serving has 20g of plant-based protein and 3g of fiber. The discount isn't huge, but any saving on KOS products is a rarity. .  

now $20.20 on Amazon

Dymatize Vegan Plant Protein Powder, Creamy Chocolate | was $26.97, now $20.20 on Amazon

If you're on a budget, but are not willing to compromise on the quality, try the Dymatize Vegan Protein Powder. It's free from gluten, soy and artificial ingredients, yet it's packed with high-quality protein. And, unlike many other protein powders from the same price bracket, it's not sweetened with sugar or synthetic sweeteners, but with natural ingredients like stevia and monk fruit. And this 15-serving tub is currently on sale for 25% less. 

These are some of my favorite vegan protein deals to be found on Amazon. The fact they've had their prices slashed makes it a great time to stock up and fill your cupboards to see you through to Black Friday in November, when there are sure to be even more deals. 

If these haven't quite hit the mark, our sister site Coach has rounded up the best vegan protein powders you can buy right now. Not all of them are on sale, but our on-page tech automatically tells you the best prices so you don't need to spend hours browsing. 

And if you're looking for new equipment for your at-home resistance training sessions, these weights deals could save you over $100 on top dumbbells and kettlebells. 

Anna Gora
Health Writer

Anna Gora is a Health Writer for Future Plc, working across Coach, Fit&Well, LiveScience, T3, TechRadar and Tom's Guide. She is a certified personal trainer, nutritionist and health coach with nearly 10 years of professional experience. Anna holds a BSc degree in Nutrition from the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, a Master’s degree in Nutrition, Physical Activity & Public Health from the University of Bristol, as well as various health coaching certificates. She is passionate about empowering people to live a healthy lifestyle and promoting the benefits of a plant-based diet.