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Best Place To Buy K-Cups

Started 1382702876.773 in Coffee Talk | Last reply 1391559877.567 by CalmInTheHeart

I just purchased the Keurig personal brewer and wanted to know where the least expensive place to buy K-Cups is. I'm thinking it might be Bed, Bath & Beyond with a 20% coupon but wanted to check here to make sure. I'm sure there are places to buy them that I don't know about. Thanks, Carol

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susan kay1382704460.267930 PostsRegistered 6/28/2011

I get most of mine from BB&B with a 20% off or $5 off coupon. Also, Walgreens sometimes has a pack of 12 on sale for $5.99, and I use a coupon for that, too. They carry the Breakfast Blend which I love. Not a lot of selection at Walgreens, though.

Pat from GA1382704479.077519 PostsRegistered 4/2/2008

I think the Amazon," Subscribe & Save" is the best deal I've seen so far. Places like Sam's Club also have good deals on off brand if you like that. I don't mind the off brand but my husband prefers the Italian Blend coffees like Tully's. You may can do better with coupons, but my way of looking at it is.....personally, if I went to a discount store like Sam's or BB&B, I would wide up spending more money on other things that may be tempting to purchase while I'm there. Good luck on your search.

Tully's Italian Roast K-Cup packs for Keurig Brewers (Pack of 50) Tully's Italian Roast K-Cup packs for Keurig Brewers (Pack of 50)

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CalmInTheH­eart1382704505.3737311 PostsRegistered 7/14/2007

I've looked all over the internet but keep going back to keurig.com. Be sure to register your keurig there and sign up for their emails (I think they still give you a couple of free boxes with registration). They also send out promo codes and I haven't found BBB, Amazon, or anywhere else that can beat the prices with those codes. I'll be anxious to see other responses in case someone found a site I haven't looked at yet.

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circles1382705253.31317555 PostsRegistered 5/11/2005N.J.

I, also, use Amazons "subscribe and save"...so convenient....each month I get an e-mail saying my next shipment is getting ready to be sent...at that time I can change it if I don't need any coffee....otherwise I don't have to do anything....and a few days later its on my doorstep....

50 k-cups for twenty-five dollars....I like the Donut Shop....but they have all kinds of choices...

funwun1382705517.241554 PostsRegistered 2/3/2013
I take the Bed, Bath and Beyond route with the coupons!

duclane1382706300.41674 PostsRegistered 12/28/2004

All of the above but favor the Keurig site. 24 count boxes free to join and discounts. Free shipping. Lots of choices.

Infinite M­om1382707480.333446 PostsRegistered 7/18/2010

BBB w/ coupon. Also at Target where I get 8 'O Clock & Target's brand of K-Cups for $9.99.

Laurel0131382709781.2931357 PostsRegistered 6/16/2007Hill Country, TX

recently saw a bunch of kcups on clearance at ross but even at 5.99 there were no takers...hmmmm...i think it was the donut shop brand.

LipstickDi­va1382709939.9838809 PostsRegistered 4/22/2005On the Lake in Ohio

Definitely the best place price wise is Costco, Sam's Club, etc. However, they don't have a huge selection and of course, you have to buy an institutional size box!

My sister loves Starbucks coffee but the k-cups through most places are crazy priced. I bought her a box last year from Costco for x-mas.

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You can't buy love but you can adopt it. Adopt, don't shop.

deelor1382709971.131142 PostsRegistered 7/4/2007

I order mine through work at WB Mason, if they will let you they are 9.99 for a box of

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mima1382711109.4614548 PostsRegistered 10/19/2004KS

Menards has Brooklyn Beans Brand $7.99 for 16 of them. That is regular price and it is very good! You can also buy it on Amazon and read reviews if you don't have a Menards. My favorite is Maple Sleigh. It taste like Golden French Toast.

Mima

gilmoregirl1382711495.71026 PostsRegistered 11/14/2011

Don't forget to register your brewer at Keurig.com... They give you a coupon for BOGO on your first order. Also watch their sales, sometimes you can get great deals through their website

midwestgal1382712093.2640 PostsRegistered 12/22/2006

I normally buy from keurig.com. My mother and I both have the personal brewer, so I like that they offer the 24-cup size, I get free shipping, and I can usually get a free 5-pack trial. I also like having 4 or 5 varieties around. My BB&B is not very close, so I seldom purchase from them, although it is a good buy with the 20% coupon.

Alexa63521382712525.943542 PostsRegistered 7/18/2006

I shop around. I use 3 or 4 different places.They all run specials from time to time. I like Gloria Jeans Muslide , on Coffee Icon I was getting 24 for $10.99... I also go to 11st Coffee & Big Kat Coffees...

ChynnaBlue1382713461.2535382 PostsRegistered 5/22/2012

I do the Green Mountain Coffee Cafe Express club and have mine auto-shipped. You get the discount and I got a fantastic travel mug when I signed up. (Keurig is under the Green Mountain Coffee company.) If you BB&B with the 20% coupon is a smart way to go.

NickNack1382730140.851414 PostsRegistered 2/22/2005

Thank you very much, everyone, for your replies!

NanciJ1382823632.7231342 PostsRegistered 3/22/2010

We go through quite a few K-cups, and generally buy most of them from Sam's Club. For the next month, they are offering Donut House, Newman's Own Organics, and Caribou for $5 off on boxes of 80 cups. You are limited to 5 boxes per membership at this discount. They normally sell for $39.98 a box. They also have Gevalia for a $4 discount (online only at Sam's), one discount of Gevalia per membership. Normal price $39.94 for 84 cups. Sam's offers quite a few different varieties of the K-cups.

Nanci

DiAnne1382824353.655785 PostsRegistered 9/22/2010

I get them at Costco. I like Tully's French roast and they carry it.

kgt1382824662.24331 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

I have used all the above places and also coffeewiz dot com. They have the 24 count boxes and free s&h if your order is over $60.00.

Lynnj1382850117.81316456 PostsRegistered 12/26/2006
I buy mine at Costco. I get the Kirkland bold, tastes like Tullys to me. A box of 100 for around $36. If I want flavor in my coffee, I use a coffemate creamer type of thing.

Smurfette1382868615.9972232 PostsRegistered 5/27/2007Under the Moonlight

I shop around as well. But honestly, I rarely find them for less than .50 per cup (that is my baseline measure). I refuse to pay more than that!

bigsister1382870460.9335730 PostsRegistered 5/15/2010Southern California

I never thought to register my brewer with Keurig when I bought it in April. Is it too late to register it now?

nutmeg31382871318.2074985 PostsRegistered 6/18/2007NJ

My favorite coffee is Timothy's World hazelnut. I usually buy from Amazon. I found Folger's K-cups from the supermarket to be great.

NickNack1382877073.6471414 PostsRegistered 2/22/2005

It sounds like the best thing to do would be to join Sam's Club or Costco and buy my K-cups there. BigSister, it's not too late to register. Just go to Keurig dot com and do it. You need the serial number from your coffee maker, but they will show you where it is. If you still have your box, it's easy to find the serial number. I think you might need to register in order for your warranty to be good.

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bonnielu1382881145.3735821 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004Western Maryland

Costco, Sams and Amazon has offers as well. On Amazon you subscribe and they send the coffee at intervals. Green Mountain also has a club as does Keurig. My hubby likes Folgers with a yellow label. I hate coffee so I get something called Grove Square that has a hazelnut or vanilla taste with only a background hint of coffee. Yes, it does have calories but it tastes soooo good with whipped cream.

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