This was my first order on BulkSupplements.com, and I am impressed by both the product and the entire experience!
The biggest thing, first and foremost, is of course price. Creatine is more or less a commodity, so I'm looking to buy whatever is cheapest. Thus, I found my way to BulkSupplements. On Amazon, you're paying ~$17 + tax for 1.32 lbs of Optimum Nutrition's bottle of creatine, whereas on BulkSupplements you're paying ~$22 + shipping for 2.2 lbs of creatine. Easy math to figure out which one to buy, right?
Now, knowing I would eventually used it, I gunned for the 11 lbs option for ~$50, which conveniently qualified my order for free shipping. Cha-ching! Even if I use just half of it, it's still far and away the best value out there. What's great is my 11 lbs order came in five, 2.2 lbs bags, so as long as I leave the sealed bags in a cool, dry space away from direct sunlight, I don't see why it won't last past the November, 2022 expiration date.
Furthermore, the Optimum Nutrition creatine I had been using was a bit crystalized (closer to granular sugar), whereas the creatine from BulkSupplements is a much finer powder (closer to powdered sugar) which seems to help is dissolve when I'm making my protein shakes. (With ON, I had maybe 70% dissolution, but with BS I had like 95% dissolution.)
Speaking to some of the other reviews on here, yes, no scooper was included, but that's obviously fine. Is the zipper on the bag flimsy/finnicky? Yes, but again, who really cares about that? (I actually cleaned out my ON bottle and moved my BS creatine into it for easy distribution- simple!) So yeah, if for some weird reason you HAVE to have a scooper or REALLY want a Grade A resealable bag, sure, consider buying elsewhere, but if you care about value you should know those things don't matter at all and buying from BS will save you a ton of money in the long run.
I'm interested in trying some of BS' protein products now, but for sure they are my new go-to for creatine! Highly recommend.