Post # 1
Fot the past few years I’ve bought our k cups on the Keurig site…ends up being around 60 cents per k cup although some brands have different prices. I’ve noticed that a lot of stores are now selling k cups – where do you buy yours?
Post # 3
We buy ours on shoffee.com. They sell just about every kind available and the prices are reasonable.
Post # 4
I last bought some on Soap.com. I think in the end they worked out to be less than $.50 per cup because of Blackfriday deals. Buying in bulk from Costco/Sam’s Club is a good way to go too, again, around $.50 per cup.
Post # 5
Costco has the cheapest prices I’ve found. It’s about $25 for a box of 80, or close to $.30/cup. The only thing is that they have pretty limited choices. We buy a big box of 80 for every day use, and then we pick up a couple boxes of our favorite specialty/holiday flavors at Bed, Bath & Beyond.
Post # 6
I like buying them at Bed Bath and Beyond when I have a 20% off coupon. But I’m a fan of the speciality K-Cups that aren’t usually found in grocery stores.
Post # 7
I havent bought k cups in a loooong time! mostly because i prefer to brew starbucks or dunkin donuts so i use the reusable filter. but i love my keurig! i use it daily.
My mom does demo’s for keurig in between thanksgiving and christmas – its pretty awesome, i did one last year for her which is how i got my keurig. They send you the keurig you will use to to demo along with boxes and boxes and BOXES of kcups. you spend 3-4 hours in a sears or target giving out samples and you get to keep everything afterwards so i usually grab a box or two of kcups when im over at my moms. Usually just pumpkin spice or some hot chocolate because i still prefer to use my own coffee.
Post # 8
Everywhere! Well, anywhere I can find a deal (or a new flavour I haven’t seen before). Amazon, Walmart, Costco, Bed Bath and Beyond, the grocery store… we just picked up a bunch of hot chocolate at the JC Penney home store because they were on sale and we had a 20% off coupon.
Post # 9
Sometimes I wait until I get one of those bed bath & beyond coupons in the mail. But they keep rising their prices.
Honestly, I buy mine at shoprite (a grocery store in NJ, PA, NY, DE, MD, and CT) because they are they only store (that I’ve seen) I can find Decaf Newman’s Own. I’m sure I could find it online, but I don’t feel like paying for shipping or waiting around for it. It’s usually only like 6 or 7 dollars for about 16, or 18, k cups.
Post # 10
@totheislnds: Starbucks AND Dirty Delete have Kcups now! Sbux has Pike’s, House, Sumatra, and French roast in Kcup form now 🙂 (I don’t know what Dirty Delete has, but I know I’ve see them there) It’s probably still cheaper to do it the way you do it though- and you can get more of a variety of sbux coffee. I used to work there, and I miss my free coffee each week 🙁
Post # 11
Was I the only one who thought OP was investigating implants?
Post # 12
If I have Kohls cash, I usually get k-cups with it!
Post # 13
We buy from Amazon – I pay $27 for 50 cups, and they qualify for free shipping…so that’s about $.54 per cup. Plus I have an Amazon credit card, so I usually use points for them.
Post # 14
@retreadbride: lol…that’s a hefty implant.
Post # 15
I find that coffeegiant.com is a smudge cheaper than sHoffee. I usually buy 6-8 boxes at a time, and then I buy theoccasionalbox from kohls when I have kohls cash or jc Penney when I have a $10 off $10 coupon.
Post # 16
My Future Mother-In-Law picks them up from BB&B with her discount (she works there) AND a 20% off coupon! Then I get a HUGE amount for my birthday and christmas. I still have 6 boxes left from august and i am going to be getting a whole lot more for christmas… Im set lol