Is the Nugenix trial offer truly free?

Nugenix

Nugenix is a testosterone booster that is being offered for free, but is this really the case or are there any hidden charges we should know about.

Also, can Nugenix really offer the benefits that it claims? In this review we will discover the truth behind this product.

Claimed benefits of Nugenix

Nugenix has been claimed to help increase:

  • Libido
  • Performance
  • Sex drive
  • Confidence

There are also numerous mentions of how it can help to improve your workouts too

It must be stated that you should look for proof of these claims before even contemplating signing up for the trial.

Ingredients of Nugenix

Some of the ingredients found in Nugenix include Fenugreek, Zinc, Vitamins B6 and B12, L-Citrulline and Tribulus Terrestris, which have all shown various benefits when used.

Despite there being no label present I can conclude that you should certainly experience some benefits from your use of this supplement.

Cost of Nugenix

If you buy Nugenix direct then it will cost you $69.99, which is a little high but not too bad really. The trial also costs this amount but you may sign up for it believing that it will be free; it after-all a trial.

Unfortunately that is the problem with trial offers, as people will sign up not thinking that they cost as much as they do.

What you may also be unaware of is that signing up for the trial allows the manufacturer to send further monthly packages to you (at cost). This is called auto-shipping and has a bad name among the public for good reason.

Would we recommend Nugenix?

The ingredients found within Nugenix will certainly give you a boost, however I would still say to avoid the trial offer as you may receive more than you require.

If you do want to try Nugenix I suggest you buy it direct, but please be aware of it’s slightly high cost.

Contact details for Nugenix

Nugenix can be contacted using the following information:

Phone: 1-855-714-3234

Please use the comment form below to write a short review if you have tried this product.

Alternative to Nugenix

To boost your natural testosterone levels there is one particular supplement that I would recommend higher than any other I have seen.

This supplement is called Testogen and it has also been made using proven ingredients. As it is not available for trial there will be no auto-shipping so you will only ever receive what you have ordered.

Click here to read our review of Testogen!

11 COMMENTS

  1. Please help! I’ve been trying to submit for Nugenix trial but failing to go through. I’m Richard, 53 years old, from Gaborone, Botswana, Southern Africa. Do you also supply people from Africa, if so please do that for me.
    Regards ,
    Richard.

  2. You advertise on tv the free trial. I want a free trial. Promo code: TV14. My address is 4838 Winfree Dr./ Houston, Texas 77021

    • I’ll see if your lying about the free trial or not when you do or don’t send it to me. Now, send that shit bitches!

      • I just received the free trial of Nugenix, Testosterone Booster & 1 bottle of Nugenix Estro-Regulator, I have health issues and talked to my doctor and was informed to NOT takes these, I need to know how to send these back & how to get my refund back, please let me know what steps to take in order to send these back, noticed there was no invoice in said envelope. Thank You

        • You need to first contact Nugenix, there are contact details provided in the above review. If you are unable to contact them then I would recommend speaking to your bank.

  3. no the free trial is not free i asked for the free trial and it was $4.99 plus $74,98 per month and nothing stating that they would take money out of your account each month they are crooks

  4. Frank Nelson called it , after your ” free ($5) ” trial they will wait approx. 1 month and then start regularly billing you “DDL*Nugenix 888-2285146 NCUS -$74.98 ” when absolutely NOTHING of this was mentioned previously.
    I am currently disputing this charge with my bank as I directly and distinctly told them when they called to inform me they had trouble “processing” my card for my next bottle ( I was like ?!?!?, I didn’t and don’t want another bottle, what are you talking about ? ) and I told them then I didn’t see jack from their “free” trial and am not interested in trying their product any further in any manner what so ever. Roughly 2 weeks go by and BAM ! hit my account for $75…
    It’s a scam plain and simple folks.

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