Keurig

June 1

Contest Round Up: $10,000 DIY Project, $10,000 Grand Prize, Gift Cards & More!

Posted by on June 1, 2015 at 6:00 PM

Contest Round Up: $10,000 DIY Project, $10,000 Grand Prize, Gift Cards & More!

Yay, it’s June, which means that Summer is nearly officially upon us! Celebrate by entering a couple of really cool contests that I have rounded up for you below:

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Keurig K200
brewing system

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+ 70 daily prizes

Good luck Moosers!

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June 1

Keurig 2.0 K200 Brewer Was $119.99 | Now $99.99 & Free Shipping

Posted by on June 1, 2015 at 6:00 PM

Keurig 2.0 K200 Brewer Was $119.99 | Now $99.99 & Free Shipping

The Keurig 2.0 K200 is just being released, and Keurig has a promotional discount on the brewer right now. In honour of its release, the Keurig 2.0 K200 brewer is on sale from $119.99 down to $99.99. As Keurig Canada offers free shipping on orders of $45 or more, your new brewer will ship for free.

This is a limited time offer specific to the launch of this product. I price compared with a few online retailers from Canada and the USA to make sure this is a good deal. I found the brewer at Target.com for $109.99 to $119.99 USD. In Canada, I found the brewer sold out at Walmart (was $98.99) and in stock at Staples Canada for $119.99. While Walmart’s price was a tad cheaper… they only had three colour options and they sold out super fast. In fact, most places just stock the red, white, and black colours.

I really love the new colours of the Keurig 2.0 K200. You can feel like you have a customer brewer when you choose one of these seven colours:

  • Black
  • White
  • Strawberry
  • Sandy Pearl
  • Violate
  • Turquoise
  • Orange Zest

The turquoise colour is so unusual that I want it! I have never seen any other appliances in that colour before. My kitchen is already a rainbow of colours with a pink toaster, purple stand mixer, red blender, and teal cookware.

Now for the details. This brewer has quite brew technology to keep your early mornings quiet. The Keurig 2.0 K200 system is extreamely compact, and yet it still has a 40 oz (5 cup) reservoir for water. It also includes nine brewing sizes like 4oz, 6oz, 8 oz, and 10 oz. I wonder if there is a 16 oz setting for big cups of hot chocolate. Speaking of hot chocolate, there is a separate setting for it and other specialty beverages. For coffee, there is a strength control.

If you are looking for a new brewing system, this is the way to go. The compact form sits well on counter tops and even desks in dorm rooms. The multiple colour options personalize this brewer to your personality. Black for sophisticated (and blends in with anything) orange zest for the wild child. At $20 off and with free shipping, it is a deal worthy of thought.

(Expiry: 8th June 2015)

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May 20

Contest Round Up: Flight Tickets Anywhere In The World, Trip To Disneyland, Trip To Paris & More!

Posted by on May 20, 2015 at 6:00 PM

Contest Round Up: Flight Tickets Anywhere In The World, Trip To Disneyland, Trip To Paris & More!

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Dove

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+ $150 Dove gift basket

Good luck Moosers!

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March 19

9 Ways To Upcycle Keurig K-Cups

Posted by on March 19, 2015 at 8:00 PM

9 Ways To Upcycle Keurig K Cups

My Keurig machine and I have a close relationship. I am the only person in my home that drinks coffee, so the K-cup department is all mine. K-cups are a convenient single use coffee pods that are currently not recyclable. That means if you use your machine frequently at home or work, those pods add up both in price and waste. If you have a Keurig 2.0 machine it only accepts specialized 2.0 Keurig pods.

The good news is Keurig can be an economical and convenient way to enjoy your coffee. If you have a 2.0 machine, use this simple hack from Consumer Affairs to use any pod in your machine. For everyday coffee drinking, I use a reusable filter with my Keurig.  I do still keep a selection of K-cups around, as I find it handy to have multiple flavours of coffee and hot beverages to offer to guests. No need to throw away those pods in the garbage, reuse them instead. Here are nine great ways you can upcycle those leftover Keurig K-Cups.

Start Garden Seeds

9 Ways To Upcycle Keurig K Cups

Spring is on the way and you may be starting to think about your garden. Get a jump-start inside and start your seeds in leftover K-cups just like Fresh Eggs Daily did. A seed planting kit will generally cost $10-$20. Shave one more expense off your garden this year and use those leftover K-cups instead. Even better, the acid leftover from residual coffee grounds will help your plants grow.

Bohemian Flip Flops

9 Ways To Upcycle Keurig K Cups

Over at Shades of Tangerine, they have upcycled the filters in a K-cup to make a beautiful pair of bohemian sandal embellishments.  I like this revamp for a cute look on the cheap. Use an old pair of flip-flops, or pick up a cheap pair to embellish. This same design would also make a neat looking pendant for a matching necklace.

Organizer For Small Items

9 Ways To Upcycle Keurig K Cups

Sew Many Ways had the great idea of using K-cups and a K-cup holder to create a hair accessory holder that holds bobby pins and hair ties. This blogger also used this same concept to organize sewing supplies and other small crafty things such as buttons, scrapbooking notions or beads would. I could also see this working for small doll shoes and clothes. You can make this organizer with any standard Keurig K-cup holder, or you can easily make the holder also. Two Thiry-Five created a drawer organizer for her K-cups that would work well. The Lady Wolf created a holder for K-cups with a cereal box and some cardstock. Perfect!

Twinkle Lights

9 Ways To Upcycle Keurig K Cups

These jute decorative twinkle lights are beautiful over at Ella Claire. She made her lovely strand using white jute wrapped Dixie cups over a strand of white Christmas lights, but this project would work just as easily with K-Cups. I would use these outside under my patio umbrella and along our fence for a chic look, but they would look equally cute inside. I have priced out these fancy decorative light strings before, and they can easily run $25-$40 a strand at the hardware store.

Wreath

9 Ways To Upcycle Keurig K Cups

Check out this beautiful minimalist wreath from Twig and Thistle. This wreath was used as décor at a wedding. No one will know that your beautiful wreath is K-cups in disguise.  This wreath could also be easily changed for any holiday or season. I bet this would look so cute with a few Easter embellishments.

Popsicles

9 Ways To Upcycle Keurig K Cups

Experiment Mom made some yummy looking mocha popsicles using K-cups as the mold. All you need is some Popsicle sticks, leftover K-cups, a little hot glue and the mocha filling she details how to make. If you are not digging mocha or choose to share with the kids, TipNut has a huge list of popsicle ideas organized by flavour. Make sure you wash those K-cups well or your strawberry popsicle may have a little coffee flavor in it.

Marquee Light Fixture

9 Ways To Upcycle Keurig K Cups

I love this marquee light fixture created by The Kim Six Fix. She created a heart marque light fixture using K-cups, a piece of wood and some Christmas lights. I personally think this would look great also with white lights in a star shape. Any simple shape idea would work for this piece to match your home décor.

Upcycled Stamps

9 Ways To Upcycle Keurig K Cups

These homemade stamps from Entirely Smitten are simple yet creative. I like her idea of creating a custom monogram stamp and stamping your kid’s clothes with fabric paint. This would be particularly handy so they know which items are theirs. You could use this technique to create stamps for homemade cards or a new stamp for each holiday or season.

Refill Disposable K-Cups

9 Ways To Upcycle Keurig K Cups

Wait, what? You can use a K-cup more than once? It is possible to reuse K-cups if you are careful not to damage the filter when refilling. Your results may vary, but check out Mommy Musings for a tutorial on how to refill your K-cups. She keeps the coffee from spilling out of the top by adding a circle of heavy-duty tin foil to the top. I applaud the thriftiness of this idea.

Bargainmoosers, what do you do with leftover K-cups?

(Image credit: Vicky Somma)

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February 1

Keurig Canada: Up To $30 Off Keurig 2.0 + 2 Free K-Carafe Boxes + Free Carousel

Posted by on February 1, 2015 at 1:00 PM

Keurig Canada: Up To $30 Off Keurig 2.0 + 2 Free K Carafe Boxes + Free Carousel

Join the Brewhaha with a SuperBowl worthy discount on select brewers from Keurig. For a limited time, you can save up to $30 on a Keurig 2.0 brewer. Plus, you will also get the following 2 freebies: 2 free boxes of K-Carafe packs and a free K-Cup carousel.

On Christmas, I involuntarily joined the Brewhaha when my hubby and I receive a Keurig 2.0 K300 brewing system. Knowing how much we love coffee, friends of ours got it for us and I have to say that it has been pretty great.Here’s an overview of the prices you can expect to see for the Keurig 2.0 brewing system:

  • K300: reg. $139.99/ now $119.99
  • K400: reg. $159.99/ now $139.99
  • K500: reg. $189.99/ now $159.99

The last one on the list, the K500 offers the biggest discount, which is of $30. Basically, each brewer can brew coffee and carafes but the only differences lie within the setting and the water reservoir. The K300 has a 60oz reservoir, while the K400 has a 70oz reservoir and the K500, an 80oz reservoir. We drink coffee regularly and I haven’t found the 60oz reservoir to be too small by any means.

I have long been a supporter of Keurig brewing systems but the great part about this one is that you also have the option of brewing a carafe. However, it doesn’t look like the carafe is included with these brewing systems as the description make no mention of it. You can pick up a starter carafe for $14.99 or a thermal one for $24.99.

Freebies

According to Keurig’s promotional banner, every order over $45 comes with:

  • 2 free boxes of K-Carafe packs
  • 1 free K-Cup carousel

Despite clearly mentioning that it’s on orders over $45, it seems to me like this only applies to the brewing systems, especially since it comes with K-Carafe packs. As for the carousel, it should be the Keurig 2.0 carousel but don’t quote me on this. The cool part about it is that it has slot at the bottom for K-Carafe packs and slots at the top of regular K-Cups.

$2 Off Van Houtte K-Cups

Love Van Houtte? Then make sure to pick up some Van Houtte K-Cups are these are all $2 off their original price of $16.99, which means you can pick up a box of 24 K-Cups for $14.99.

Shipping

All brewers will automatically qualify for free shipping but if you only need to grab a couple of K-Cup packs or accessories, then make sure to shop for over $45 in order for your order to qualify for free shipping.

(Expiry: 15th February 2015)

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December 28

Keurig 2.0 K300 Brewer @ Keurig Canada Was $140 Now $105 & Free Shipping

Posted by on December 28, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Keurig 2.0 K300 Brewer @ Keurig Canada Was $140 Now $105 & Free Shipping

Need a fantastic coffee machine? The all new Keurig 2.0 K300 is on sale for just $105 (reg. $139.99) at Keurig.ca and shipping is free as well. The higher up models of the Keurig 2.0 brewer are also on sale, so keep reading to find out more.

It’s a funny coincidence that Keurig would offer such a great discount on their all new 2.0 brewer because I, myself, just received one of these bad boys from some awesome friends for Christmas.

As I already mentioned, the higher up models of the Keurig 2.0 brewers are also on sale. You can get the:

  • K400 for $139.99 (reg. $159.99)
  • K500 for $159.99 (reg. $189.99)

Essentially, each brewer differs in its specifications. The more you pay, the more cool features you get. The water reservoir on each one is also different but if you think that bigger is always better, then let me assure you that not necessarily. The 60oz reservoir on the K200 is plenty enough and this is coming from someone who will more than likely be switching to directly hooking up a coffee IV instead of sipping on an infinite number of coffees per day.

The cool part about the 2.0 is that it also comes with a 4-cup starter carafe. So you could either make 1 coffee at a time with the regular format k-cups or use special carafe k-cups that are larger instead to make the near equivalent of a pot of coffee — very handy for when guests come over!

The only downside to the Keurig 2.0 brewer is that you can’t use just any k-cup as it must have the special band at the top. If it doesn’t, the brewer will be unable to read it and won’t work. This is because each time you brew a cup, the brewer automatically makes it just right for whatever you’re making: be it a mild coffee, a bolder coffee, a tea or a hot chocolate. I haven’t found this too big of a problem as surprisingly, the Kirkland k-cups that I already had worked without a problem but you could also try the Keurig 2.0 k-cup hack. It’s really not a hack per se but more of a way to rig the machine into thinking that you’re using the correct k-cups.

Don’t need a new brewer but are low on k-cups? Then make sure to shop Keurig’s Boxing Day Sale before the end of the year to either get a 10% discount on orders over $100 or 15% off if you spend over $125. This offer excludes brewers and with due reason since they’re already greatly reduced!

(Expiry: 31st December 2014)

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November 25

Black Friday Sale On Now @ Keurig Canada! 24% Off All K-Cups

Posted by on November 25, 2014 at 1:15 PM

Black Friday Sale On Now @ Keurig Canada! 24% Off All K Cups

Love the convenience of k-cups? As part of their Black Friday Sale, Keurig is now offering 24% off all of their k-cups!

I go through k-cups like there’s no tomorrow as both my hubby and I are absolutely addicted to the convenience of these. Whether you already have a Keurig machine or are planning on getting on during the Black Friday craze going on right now, you’re going to need k-cups! Even if you already have a pantry full of these, I suggest taking advantage of this deal because it’s always better to take advantage of a deal now instead of paying full price when you need it in the future.

Not sure which k-cups to try? The Donut House collection is a very popular choice and it’s on sale for just $14.35 (reg. $18.88) for a bo of 24 k-cups. I tried buying it last year around this time and by the time that I got to the check-out, it was already sold out! It looks like the packaging has been changed though as it used to be a bright pink instead of the brown that it is now. It’s a very delicious and addicting coffee. In fact, out of 20 reviews, this coffee has generated a total consensus of 4.6/5 stars with reviews like this on:

Usually I find light roast lacking in flavor and tasting almost watery but that was not the case for this one. The taste is strong but extremely smooth with almost none of that dark roast bitterness

Another one I would recommend is the Van Houtte French Vanilla. It’s a light roast coffee with vanilla flavouring that you can now get on sale for $14.35 instead of $18.88. You can also get an iced coffee version on sale for $17.73 (reg. $23.32). It even has better reviews than the hot alternative.

Speaking of which, a couple of days ago I blogged about a deal on the new Keurig Rivo. You can currently get it on sale for $179.99 along with a free pack of Rivo packs and a free carousel. This promotion is on until November 27th and the best part is that if you wanted to pick up an extra pack of Rivo cups, you could get them on sale right now for just $11.39 instead of $14.99.

Shipping is free on orders over $45.

(Expiry: 28th November 2014)

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November 20

Keurig Canada: $20 Off Rivo Brewer + Free 18 Rivo packs + Free Carousel + Free Shipping!!

Posted by on November 20, 2014 at 9:30 PM

Keurig Canada: $20 Off Rivo Brewer + Free 18 Rivo packs + Free Carousel + Free Shipping!!

Moosers, get ready for a whole lot of “free”! Keurig Canada is offering a $20 discount on their all new Rivo brewer and with its purchase, you can also now get a free box of 18 packs, a free carousel and free shipping. That’s triple the “free”! In fact, it’s even possible that you might get an additional box of packs for free as every Rivo usually comes with one.

Important: you need to add the pack of Rivo cups and the carousel to your shopping cart in order to get them as freebies. They will automatically be converted to “free” on you add a Rivo brewer to your cart.

The Rivo is Keurig’s all new brewer and is essentially an espresso-making machine that can also froth milk. With 15 bars of pressure, the Rivo can pour 2 different sizes of espresso and froth milk in 3 different ways. Just like any regular Keurig brewer, it takes less than a minute for an espresso to be poured. The water reservoir also has a 60oz capacity.

While the carousel usually retails for $27.99, while the packs are usually priced at $14.99. For the free pack of Rivo cups, you have the option among these 4 different types and there are 18 in each box:

Reading the descriptions, I am totally inclined to want to try the Delicato one as it feature chocolate undertones, but if you like your espresso nice and strong, then the intenso might be a better choice.

If this is your first espresso machine, then rest assured that a drink recipe booklet is included as well. Essentially, you can make any of the popular espresso-based beverages like a latte, a cappuccino, a mokaccino, an americano, and espresso con panna and many others. The possibilities are truly endless, especially when you add syrups and whipped cream into the mix. Keep in mind that whole milk is the best for frothing and for making a cappuccino but you can use just about any other type of milk, including soy milk. I have met people who like their lattes with half and half instead of milk and while it’s certainly delicious, I only recommend it if you have the time to gym the gym for about 10 hours afterwards.

Since shipping is free on orders over $45, you’re sure to get your Rivo, along with all of the freebies shipped for free as well.

(Expiry: 27th November 2014 @ 5pm EST)

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November 6

Keurig Canada Coupons: K-Cup Carousel & Free Sample Pack with Purchase

Posted by on November 6, 2014 at 6:00 PM

Keurig Canada Coupons: K Cup Carousel & Free Sample Pack with Purchase

Keurig Canada has a couple coupons that will give you a free K-Cup Carousel valued at $24.95 when you purchase either a Keurig 2.0 brewing system or five boxes of K-Cups. Right now, you will also receive a three free Laura Secord K-Cups with any order.

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  • Coupon Code: NBREWER
  • Discount: free carousel with brewer purchase
  • Expiry: 27th November 2014
  • Coupon Code: NPACKS
  • Discount: free carousel with packs purchase
  • Expiry: 27th November 2014

You need to add the K-Cup Carousel to your cart and then use the appropriate coupon code at checkout for it to be applied. I tested it out on five packs of Timothy Chai Teas (24) that sound yummy. I just love chai tea for the fall. I added the carousel to my cart, used the appropriate coupon above, and it took the price of the carousel off my cart. You will also receive free shipping as your order is over $45.

All Club Keurig members will also receive 10% off your entire order for life, so it is certainly worth signing up for it. It really helps with the price and these little bonuses are sweet as well.

I am not sure if the carousel promotion and the Laura Secord promotions can be combined. According to the website, the above two coupons cannot be combined with any offer, promotion, or coupon. However, samples are sometimes not included in those.

As for the sample:

a box of 3 Laura Secord K-Cup® packs is automatically added to every order purchased at Keurig.ca. No promo code necessary.

I guess you will find out when you receive your purchase if they added in the Laura Secord sample. Personally, I would just buy all five of my K-cup boxes as Laura Secord hot chocolate. She makes such delicious hot chocolate that I would die and go to heaven every time I drank one of them. a box of 24 K-Cups costs $23.32, or $20.99 for members. You could even use them as part of your K-Cup order to receive your free carousel.

Better yet, why not combine a hot chocolate brew and a Kahlua brew for a yummy coffee and chocolate and Kahlua combination. Oh my, that would be so delicious.

The Laura Secord offer is ongoing until the end of the year or while supplies last.

If you place an order, then let us know what you buy! For this and future Keurig Canada coupon codes, visit our forum.

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October 17

Kraft Canada: 3 Boxes Keurig Coffee Pods $14.99 Inclusive

Posted by on October 17, 2014 at 12:00 PM

Kraft Canada: 3 Boxes Keurig Coffee Pods $14.99 Inclusive

Kraft Canada is selling three cartons of Keurig Compatible Coffee Pods for $14.99 including taxes. This little bundle also comes with free shipping so it really is a sweet little deal valued at $29.

Your package will include:

  • 1 carton (12 pods) Nabob 100% Colombian
  • 1 carton (12 pods) Maxwell House House Blend
  • 1 carton(12 pods)  Gevalia Dark House Blend

As previously mentioned, these are all compatible with Keurig brewing machines. With this offer, you are paying approximately 42 cents per pod, which is a great price for a morning coffee. The Nabob and the Maxwell House are medium roast coffees just made from different beans. However, the Gevalia is a dark roast made from mountain-grown Arabica beans. While they say what the flavours should taste like, I always find those suggestions a bit odd and prefer to experience something for myself instead of thinking “this should taste woodsy.”

You will also receive a $3 coupon and a recipe book with your order. These are a couple nice additional bonuses. I assume the coupons are for buying these coffee pods in the future, which is great if you really find you like a flavour or two.

I am not a coffee drinker, so I will not be picking this deal up. That leaves one more for you Moosers! There are only 15,000 packages available in total and this deal ends at the end when they sell out or at the end of 2014. You must be 18 or older to buy this package from Kraft. I never knew coffee had an age limit!

In the future, I would like to request Kraft make one of these up with hot chocolates and chai lattes. Then my interest would be peaked. As soon as winter comes, I start to hover around the teakettle and crave warm beverages. My consumption of smoothies decreases sharply and I find myself lapping up teas and savouring hot chocolates at all hours of the day. For coffee drinkers, I can understand your habit. I recently started drinking black tea. Some days, it is all that keeps me going!

This offer probably will not last long as it is just that good. You get 36 coffee pods, $3 in coupons, and a recipe book for just $14.99 all-inclusive (including tax, and free shipping). I am surprised there are still any left.

(Expiry: 31st December 2014 or when they sell out)

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October 3

Costco Canada: Extra $10 Off Kirkland Signature Breakfast Blend 200 K-Cups

Posted by on October 3, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Costco Canada: Extra $10 Off Kirkland Signature Breakfast Blend 200 K Cups

Stock up on coffee and save $10 off the purchase of two 100-count boxes of Kirkland Signature Breakfast Blend light roast coffee. Until the end of the week-end, you can get 200 k-cups for just $73.99 instead of the $83.99 original price.

Originally, I was going to blog about Costco’s deal on Van Houtte Original House blend, where a 96-count box is now $6 off. You can get either the regular or the decaffeinated versions for just $43.99 instead of the regular price of $49.99. It’s great deal considering that it comes down to just $0.46 per k-cup and that on Keurig’s own website, you would be looking at paying $15.71 for a 24-count box, which is $0.66 per k-cup and you would still have to worry about reaching the $45 minimum threshold for free shipping.

Costco, on the other hand, offers free shipping on every order and while if you’re a Van Houtte fan, that deal is worth taking advantage of right now as well, I actually much prefer Kirkland coffee. I buy their signature breakfast blend on a monthly basis because not only is it cheap, but it’s also delicious. It turns out that I have been slightly overpaying but what is the most surprising is that Costco’s online price for the two boxes doesn’t match their in-store price but their current discount is still much better.

In-stores, I usually pay $38.99 for a 100-count box of Kirkland Signature Breakfast Blend but their online price for two boxes is $83.99, which is actually $6 more expensive than if you were to get the two boxes in-stores. Weird indeed but with the discount, you are looking at paying less. Right now, the price per k-cup is just $0.37, which is undoubtedly the lowest price I have ever seen for any coffee in k-cup format.

According to Costco’s description, it’s “a full-flavoured cup of sunshine” and I couldn’t agree more! This has been my go-to coffee for a couple of years now and although I like to switch it up occasionally, I always end up going back to it because not only is it delicious but I also love that I can have my coffee through k-cups without paying outrageous prices for them. As I have mentioned numerous times before, grocery stores frequently sell k-cups anywhere from $0.75 all the way up to $1 and that is just outrageous! I also love that it’s a light roast because that means there is more caffeine than in a darker roast.

(Image Credit: m01229)

(Expiry: 5th October 2014)

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September 2

Keurig Canada: 15% Off All K-Cups

Posted by on September 2, 2014 at 5:30 PM

Keurig Canada: 15% Off All K Cups

Need K-cups? Then head over to Keurig right now because you can now save 15% off all Keurig brewed beverages during their Labour Day Sale.

Since I’m a huge coffee addict, I am always on the look-out for a good deal on k-cups because paying full-price for them is not only extremely not worth it money-wise, but it’s also completely useless. As I mentioned during the last promotion that Keurig ran, I always calculate whether any given deal is worth it by dividing the total price of the box of k-cups by the amount of cups inside. In this case for instance, you’re looking at paying about $0.55 per k-cup, which is actually even better than during their last promotion. In fact, the last time that they were offering a similar discount was back in celebration of Saint-Patrick’s Day, during which you could save anywhere from 5% to 20% off your purchases. So, if you’re out of k-cups or are about to run out, then now is definitely a good time to save.

If this is your first time buying from Keurig.ca, then keep in mind that you will automatically be considered a member and you will benefit from the member price immediately.

For all of you Starbucks fans, you will be happy to know that Keurig has recently added Starbucks k-cups to its long list of k-cup varieties with the following popular brews to pick from:

All four of these are priced at $18.35 per box of 24 k-cups and although it’s more expensive than Timothy’s or Van Houtte coffee, which is on averaege $13.35 per box, it’s nevertheless cheaper than if you were to buy directly from the Starbucks Stores. To give you an idea, 24-count boxes of Verona or Veranda coffee are $22.95 at Starbucks.ca.

If you haven’t already, then I definitely suggest you give Timothy’s Morning Blend coffee a try. It’s $13.35 for 24 k-cups and here’s what one reviewer had to say about it:

Gentle, non brassy coffee. I was very prone to drinking Timothy’s Breakfast Blend but this far surpasses it for flavour, smoothness, general taste. This will be my morning coffee of choice from now on.

K-cups of coffee aren’t the only ones on special as you can also save on a variety of teas like the Lipton Refresh Iced tea. A box of 22 k-cups in down to $13.35 as well.

Shipping is free on orders over $45.

(Image Credit: Krystal K.)

(Expiry: 5th September 2014)

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August 17

Best Buy Canada: Keurig Special Edition Single Cup Coffeemaker K60 $89.98 & Free shipping

Posted by on August 17, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Best Buy Canada: Keurig Special Edition Single Cup Coffeemaker K60 $89.98 & Free shipping

Best Buy Canada has a really great deal on right now for a very popular product.  For a limited time only, you can get the Keurig special edition single cup coffeemaker K60 for just $89.98.

Not only is this Keurig a great deal, it will also get free shipping to boot!

I just got my husband one for his birthday and we have been using it all summer when we are camping.  At first, I didn’t want to get him one because I figured since he is the only coffee drinker, we wouldn’t get much use out of it- I was wrong.  I make my tea in it and my boys love to make their own hot chocolate in it as well. It instantly became a family hit. It has become so popular in our family that we literally bring it into the trailer when camping and then bring it into the kitchen at home when we are here. I am actually thinking about getting another one because we use it so much!

This system gets an overall rating of 4.1 stars out of 5 and has some spectacular reviews.

This is a fabulous product, couldn’t ask for a better brewing machine! Does everything and more! Highly recommend this unit!- Mike

Excellent machine, so convenient, received one last Christmas as a gift and have used it everyday since. Bought one this year for my mother in law and know she will love it. I didn’t just buy it for her so that I have good coffee when I visit, okay maybe I did!!!- Dave

Price Comparisons:

I checked out a few different stores to make sure this was the absolute best deal around for this Keurig system and it really is. I found the same system at Walmart Canada priced at $98. I also found it at London Drugs for just $0.01 more than Best Buy Canada, but you would need to pay extra for the cost of shipping which would increase the price. I found it on the Keurig website itself priced on sale for $114.99.  Their regular cost was $159.99 so even though it it marked down a lot, it is still far more than the one at Best Buy Canada.

(Expiry: Limited time only)

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August 1

Keurig Canada: $4 Off Every 2 Boxes Of Flavoured K-Cups

Posted by on August 1, 2014 at 10:30 PM

Keurig Canada: $4 Off Every 2 Boxes Of Flavoured K Cups

Join Keurig’s Festival of Flavours and save $4 off when you purchase two boxes of flavoured coffee k-cups. The great part about this promotion is that it applies to every two boxes of flavoured k-cups you buy, which means that if you buy four boxes, then you will save $8 etc.

I drink so much coffee in a day that I buy my k-cups in bulk either at Costco or when promotions such as these roll around at Keurig.ca. The way I determine whether a deal on k-cups is good enough or not is I divide the price by the number of k-cups included in the box and I only buy the box if it comes down to under $0.60 for each k-cup. At grocery stores, the price per individual k-cup usually hovers around $0.75, although very rarely I have seen it dip to about $0.65. I know we’re talking pennies, but every penny counts when it comes to these, especially if like me, you can easily drink more than three cups of coffee per day.

With Keurig’s promotion, you can get a k-cup for as low as $0.57. Keep in mind that the regular price won’t apply to any order and instead, the member price will always be calculated into any order. This is because you automatically become a member when you sign up to their site as membership is absolutely free. Even better is that you earn points for completing orders, which can then be redeemed for free stuff.

My favourite k-cups are definitely any the include vanilla, be it Van Houtte’s French Vanilla or Timothy’s French Vanilla. The last time that I placed an order on Keurig.ca, I also added Timothy’s Kahlua Original to try for the first time and I must admit that I was pleasantly surprised. It has an extremely powerful smell that can be detected just by giving the box itself a whiff, but it tastes great. In fact, here’s what someone had to say about it:

Definitely my ultimate favorite. I usually love dark roasts, but this just hits the spot. I drink my coffee black, and this is a great, smooth blend.

All of the k-cup flavours mentioned above come down to $13.71 per box.

Shipping is at an easy to reach minimum threshold of $45. With the exception of Christmas time, every time that I have ordered from Keurig.ca, my order arrived surprisingly quick as well.

(Image Credit: Mike Mozart)

(Expiry: 29th August 2014 @ 5pm EST)

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July 24

Tweed & Hickory Online Coupon Code: Save $1 on every box of K-Cups

Posted by on July 24, 2014 at 12:30 PM

Tweed & Hickory Online Coupon Code: Save $1 on every box of K Cups

Do you have a love affair going on with flavoured coffee like I do?  Are you constantly disappointed by the selection at your local grocery store?  Here’s a way to get a whole world of selection on K-Cups for your Keurig machine: Save $1 on every box of K-Cups at Tweed & Hickory!

Click here to shop K-Cups at Tweed & Hickory now

  • Coupon Code:  ONE
  • Discount:  $1 off every box of K-Cups
  • Expiry:  unknown

I’ve found what I consider to be the best deal on Keurig K-Cups out there.  Costco’s Kirkland Breakfast Blend is regularly $38.99 for 100 cups, coming in at just a little under $0.39 per cup.  What I can’t find is a good deal or a good selection of flavoured coffee K-Cups.  At my regular grocery store, there aren’t very many interesting flavours to choose from, and the flavoured cups sell for around $0.72 ($12.99 for an 18 pack). Tweed and Hickory saves the day here with an enormous selection of brands and flavours, many of which at a great price even before the coupon discount.  Here are some of the ones I’m most excited about:

Guy Fieri Flavortown Roasts Cups – Banana Foster (24 Pack) ($15.49, was $16.49).

That’s only $0.65 per cup.

Brooklyn Bean Roastery K-Cups – Cinnamon Subway (24 Pack) ($14.99, was $15.99).

That’s only $0.63 per cup.

Barnie’s Coffee Kitchen Single Cups – Southern Pecan (24 Pack) ($14.49, was $15.49).

That’s only $0.61 per cup.

Grove Square Portion Packs – Pumpkin Spice Cappuccino (Box of 24) ($12.99, was $13.99).

That’s only $0.54 per cup.

Cameron’s Chocolate Caramel Brownie Single Serve Coffees – Box of 12 ($6.99, was $7.99).

That’s only $0.58 per cup!

Some of the brands that caught my eye that I haven’t seen in stores are Emeril’s, Wolfgang Puck, Cake Boss, and Hurricane Coffee.

Tweed & Hickory now also accepts PayPal as a method of payment, making shopping for your morning Joe even that more convenient.

Shipping

For a limited time, Tweed & Hickory charges a flat rate of $9.99 for shipping within Canada.  At the moment orders over $150 are shipped FREE!

I don’t know how long this code is going on for, so check it out soon.  Be sure to always check the Bargainmoose coupon forum for more Tweed & Hickory codes!

(Photo credit: PJ)

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