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)