August Flex Belt Coupons – Save $35.95 on Your Flex Belt Order

by Ian on October 29, 2011

After being in contact with the Flex Belt I was able to secure some coupons for the readers of my blog. There are two different promotional offers I was able to get, but in my opinion one blows the other out of the water.

You can save $35.95 using the 10% off and Free Priority Shipping Promo when you order today, and here’s how.

  • Click the blue button below that says “Click here to reveal coupon“. This is going to open www.TheFlexBelt.com official site in a new window.
  • Click the ORDER NOW button on the far right of their top navigation bar. You should see an image like the one I have below saying that promo code has been activated.
  • Select how many belts you want to order, how man sets of gel pads
  • Select Priority Shipping, it says $15.95 but it’s actually free.
  • Select or De-select the optional insurance for $2.95 at the very bottom underneath the shipping options
  • Enter your credit card and shipping info and you’re done.

The regular price on ordering one Flex Belt System and paying for the priority shipping is: $199.99 + $15.95 = $215.94

If you use this promo code you’ll only pay $179.99 + the cost of the insurance if you decide to take it or not making a savings of $35.95.

Here’s the Promotion to use to save $35.95

Save $35.95 On Your Total Purchase & Shipping

This Code Reduces Your Total Purchase by 10% and gets you Free Priority Shipping.

Valid through August 31st 2013

Get $25 Off Your
Flex Belt Purchase

This Code Reduces Your Total Purchase (including extra Gel Pads) by $25

Valid through August 31st 2013

If you use the first coupon above (10% off plus free priority shipping) then you will save $35.94 when buying a single flex belt and $37.45 if you purchase a flex belt plus an extra set of gel pads. The savings of course climb from there if you were to purchase more then one flex belt system and more then one extra set of gel pads since the 10% is applied to your entire purchase. Also, no matter how many systems you order your shipping is still free.

The second coupon above ($25 off) is really only worth if it you want to use the Express Shipping option you have at the checkout since the first Flex Belt coupon only offers free priority shipping, but you’d still have to pay for express.

Using Flex Belt Coupons

Step 1: Click any of the above links to visit the official Flex Belt Website. From there click the ORDER NOW link in the top navigation or at the bottom of the page. This will take you directly to the order page on the Flex Belt site. You should see some text in blue stating that the coupon code you selected has been applied.

Here’s a screen shot of what you should see if you opted to use the 10% off coupon plus free priority shipping.

coupon applied to flex belt purchase

Step 2: Decide on what you want to purchase, and the discount will be automatically taken off at the bottom of the screen where your total is shown. The screen shot below shows what you should see if you decided to purchase one flex belt system plus an additional set of gel pads with free priority shipping.

flex belt purchase with gel pads

Step 3: You might notice that your total doesn’t look exactly like you’ve been given 10% or $25 off. This is because by default the Flex Belt shopping cart has the package insurance checked off as accepted. This cost is $2.89, you can uncheck it if you want to save the $3 bucks, but it’s probably worth leaving it on.

flexbelt purchase total

Step 4: Complete the rest of your purchase and payment details and click the large orange button at the bottom of the screen to complete your purchase.

When to Use the Free Shipping & 10% off Flex Belt Coupon

Almost 90% of the time, unless you can’t wait the 2-4 days it will take for your flex belt to reach you with Priority shipping, you should use the Free Priority shipping and 10% off coupon code.

Here’s an example of why:

Let’s assume you’re going to order One flex belt, one replacement set of gel pads, use the priority shipping method and opt out of the $2.98 insurance fee.

Here’s how things would look without a Flex Belt coupon code:

Flex Belt System $199.99
Extra set of Gel Pads $14.99
Priority Shipping $15.95
Total:$230.93

Here’s how things would look for the same purchase applying the 10% off and Free priority shipping coupon code.

Flex Belt System $199.99
Extra set of Gel Pads $14.99
Priority Shipping FREE
Sub Total:$214.98
Discount:$21.50
Total Paid:$193.48

Your saving are $37.45 based on the 10% off your total purchase plus the free priority shipping.

Click Here to Use the 10% off and Free Priority Shipping Promo Code

When to Use the $25 Off Flex Belt Purchase Coupon

The only time you’ll save more using this Flex belt promo code is if you are going to pay for Express shipping. Why? Well because the above code doesn’t give free priority shipping, you have to pay for it. Other wise you’ll save more with the 10% off and free shipping code.

Click here to use the $25 off code

TIP: To take full advantage of either coupon be sure to order at least one extra set of Gel Pads for your belt since your discount is applied to your entire purchase not just the Flex Belt itself. You’re going to need extra gel pads anyways and you might as well save a few bucks and get them included in the one shipping fee with your belt.

Enjoy your Flex Belt! And remember, charge it up as soon as you get it and be consistent with it to achieve maximum results.

{ 13 comments… read them below or add one }

Judy February 19, 2012 at 3:01 pm

Just wanted to know – does the 10% discount also apply to extra accessories (eg. Flex Mini) as well?

Thanks!

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Ian February 22, 2012 at 8:15 pm

Judy,

As far as I know yes the coupons work on all of your purchases made, however I haven’t bought the flex mini before. If you click the 10% off and free priority shipping coupon link and add those items to the cart you should see the discount applied.

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Silvano Romão February 21, 2012 at 8:07 pm

do you have a representoichon in Portugal

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Ian February 22, 2012 at 8:17 pm

Silvano,

You can order The Flex Belt from their official site still. They have international options for shipping, you just need to select Portugal as the ship to country.

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Joseph Benton April 6, 2012 at 6:25 am

Yes! Thank you so much for this! I’ve been looking for coupons to purchase my flex belt. And the instructions that you gave out is really helpful.

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Donald Fowler April 6, 2012 at 6:59 am

I can’t believe that using these coupons could actually save me so much money! I’ll put these into good use =).

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Thomas Cooney April 6, 2012 at 7:08 am

Awesome post! It’s great to know that the 10% coupon also cover other expenses like the gel packs.

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Luke Morel April 6, 2012 at 7:42 am

Thanks for the guide. It really helped me go through the transaction as smoothly and quickly as possible. Also the coupons really did save me a lot of money!

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Albert Tai April 6, 2012 at 8:02 am

Thanks for the tip. It’s great that the coupon also applies to something like extra gel packs for the Flex Belt.

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Kenneth Pham April 6, 2012 at 8:22 am

Thank you for the step-by-step guide! It really helps to know that I can just come back here and see if I did everything right since I’m always nervous whenever I’m ordering something from online.

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Frank Garcia April 6, 2012 at 8:27 am

This post is just great. I love how you added in a guide and the coupons to clear any confusion when ordering a flex belt. Thank you!

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Josh June 20, 2012 at 5:46 am

Just curious, I went to your links provided and yet coupon did not seem to activate, no blue words like those shown in the screenshot.
So is it only for US?
Is there one for Canada?
Thanks

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Ian June 26, 2012 at 7:10 pm

Hiya Josh,

The coupon is for both the US & Canada.

If you follow this link: http://www.myflexbeltreview.com/go/FlexBeltCoupon10Off/

And then you visit the ORDER NOW page on the official Flex Belt site that should work for you. Just tested it out myself to ensure it was working (I’m also in Canada).

Cheers,

Ian

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