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

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 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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  • Jeremie D.
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