Vitamin sale: all the top deals on health-boosting supplements

Our vitamin sale roundup can help you save up to 50% on some of the top supplements for your body

The latest vitamin sale can save you up to 50%
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Using a vitamin sale to stock up on health-boosting supplements helps you save money and look after your body and mind. We get many essential nutrients from our diets, but if you need a top-up, these supplement deals can help.

If you eat a primarily plant-based diet, it's worth picking up some B12 in the vitamin sale, as this nutrient is often found in animal products. Or perhaps you can't get out in the sun often, so it'd be a good idea to top up your vitamin D supplies.

You can also find some great discounts on Omega-3 supplements, particularly handy if you aren't a fan of oily fish but still want to get your daily dose with some of the best fish oil supplements.

Our bodies change as we age, so even if you eat a balanced diet, you still might need a boost of certain nutrients and vitamins, so you can sometimes find the best vitamins for women over 50 in a vitamin sale, too. 

We've scoured the web for the top supplement deals to save you hours of deal hunting. Whatever your need, our vitamin sale roundup will help you stay in good health without breaking the bank.

Vitamin sale: where to find discounts on supplements

US retailers: quick links

UK retailers: quick links

Vitamin sale: today’s best US deals

Magnesium by Nature’s Bounty, 500mg | was $11.39, now $6.94 at Amazon

Magnesium by Nature’s Bounty, 500mg | was $11.39, now $6.94 at Amazon  
If you’re looking for a feel-good booster, topping up with magnesium can help with relaxation, as well as supporting bone and muscle health. These coated tablets from Nature’s Bounty are easy to swallow, and are currently discounted by a huge 47%. 

Vitamin B12 by Nature’s Bounty, 100mcg | was $19.99, now $8.54 at Amazon

Vitamin B12 by Nature’s Bounty, 100mcg | was $19.99, now $8.54 at Amazon 
Nature’s Bounty has a huge vitamin sale right now, with 50% off a number of best-selling supplements. Do you follow a vegan diet? These B12 tablets will help to keep your levels topped up.  

Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides, Unflavored | was $47.00, now $39.16 at Amazon

Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides, Unflavored | was $47.00, now $39.16 at Amazon 
Sourced from grass-fed, pasture-raised bovine, these collagen peptides from Vital Proteins are designed to improve hair strength and support healthy hair, skin, nails, and joints. This 20 oz container is available with 15% off. 

NOW Supplements, Probiotic-10, 25 Billion | Was $49.99, now $25.64 at Amazon

NOW Supplements, Probiotic-10, 25 Billion | Was $49.99, now $25.64 at Amazon
Support your gut health without breaking the bank - this probiotic from NOW Supplements currently has 49% off and contains 10 different types of probiotic strain. 

Nature Made Triple Omega 3-6-9 | was $32.29, now $23.61 at Amazon

Nature Made Triple Omega 3-6-9 | was $32.29, now $23.61 at Amazon 
You can save 28% on this all-in-one formula from Nature Made, providing the three main fatty acids used in the body: omega-3, 6, and 9. They’re soft gels for easy swallowing, and contain no added colors or artificial flavors.  

One A Day Women’s Petites Multivitamin | was $9.99, now $8.94 at Amazon

One A Day Women’s Petites Multivitamin | was $9.99, now $8.94 at Amazon 
Save on these one-a-day multivitamins, containing all the nutrients you need for optimal health in one easy-to-swallow pill. 

Doctor's Best Vitamin D3 | was $16.99, now $9.45 at Walmart

Doctor's Best Vitamin D3 | was $16.99, now $9.45 at Walmart 

This vegan-friendly, gluten-free pack of 60 capsules keeps your Vitamin D levels topped up without breaking the bank. Protect your heart, improve your immune system, and care for your mental wellbeing for 45% less. 

Vitamin sale: Today’s best UK deals

Efamol Kids Omega 3 DHA Drops | was £13.99, now £9.99 at Amazon

Efamol Kids Omega 3 DHA Drops | was £13.99, now £9.99 at Amazon
The whole family can benefit from Efamol’s vitamin sale with 29% off these omega-3 DHA drops. Suitable for six months plus, they help to support brain function and can be added to food. 

Holland & Barrett Iron & Vitamin C | was £3.29, now £1.99 at Holland & Barrett

Holland & Barrett Iron & Vitamin C | was £3.29, now £1.99 at Holland & Barrett
Save 40% on this own-brand combination supplement with 14 mg of iron and 60 mg of Vitamin C. The brand's range is usually reasonably priced, but now you can support your immune system and reduce fatigue for less.

How to choose vitamins

A good place to start when choosing a supplement is considering how much you have to spend. A multivitamin can pack in a number of different nutrients in one, which is more economical than buying each vitamin individually. However, if you know you need more of a particular type of nutrient, such as vitamin D or iron, you’d be better off opting for a particular product, because the amount you need might not be sufficient in a standard multivitamin.

Then there’s the formula - if you don’t like swallowing tablets, you can opt for a powdered or liquid supplement instead. Nutrients don’t just work on their own either. Calcium, for example, requires minerals like magnesium in order to work in the body and, hence, is often sold as a combination of the two. Vitamin D also needs magnesium in order to work, whilst vitamin C is better absorbed when we eat iron. When you’re choosing a vitamin, consider whether you’re getting the right amount of other nutrients to help it to work otherwise you might not see the benefits.

What type of vitamins do I need?

In an ideal world, we should be able to get all the nutrients we need from a healthy and balanced diet. But regardless of how well we eat, there may be many reasons why some of us need some extra support. This could be because of our ethnic background, genetics, life stage, health status, or because we choose to exclude certain food groups from our diet.

Sometimes, a doctor or a registered healthcare professional might advise a particular supplement if they think you have a deficiency. If you follow a vegan diet, it’s also worth checking out these 7 essential nutrients vegans often lack - and how to get enough of them

If you want to know which supplements might benefit your life stage, you can also read our guide for the right supplements for your 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond.

Alice Ball
Alice Ball

Alice Ball is the Health Editor for Future Plc. With more than five years of experience working in health journalism, she's covered everything from why we should 'kill' the calorie, to destigmatizing the menopause. Alice also specializes in nutrition and supplements. She's a self-confessed running fanatic, currently in training for her fifth marathon. She enjoys documenting her progress on her Instagram account, @aligoesrunning. Alice works across a number of Future's sites, including LiveScience and Fit&Well.