Where to Buy the Cheapest K-Cups in Canada

Where to Buy the Cheapest K-Cups in Canada

Looking for K-Cups for your Keurig? These little guys can be expensive (but so delicious), so we put together a handy list to help your find the best Canadian K-Cup deals – and a few deals on Keurig coffee makers, too!

I love how quick and easy K-Cups are, since it's way faster to pop one of them in my Keurig than stand around waiting for an entire pot to be ready. And while they tend to be a little on the pricey side (as far as homemade coffee goes), there are a few ways to score deals on K-Cups – and one of the biggest ones is buying them online!

Here's a list of where you can purchase K-cups online in Canada:

1. K-Cups at Keurig.ca

Why not go right to the source for your K-Cups? Keurig.ca is a great place to start looking (especially if you want to explore new flavours), since the have a HUGE selection to choose from.

For a limited time, you'll get $2 off boxes of 24 of more Folgers K-Cup Pods when you use the code KSPRING18 at checkout, and you'll also get 20% off K-Cups with the purchase of a Keurig coffee maker!

Shipping is free on orders of $70 or more.

2. K-Cups at Amazon.ca

Amazon.ca is one of those retailers that carries all kinds of K-Cups other places just don't. Sales pop up from time to time, so it's worth checking out their selection every once in a while, just in case you can scoop up a deal.

If you're in the market for a reusable pod filter, the Keurig Classic My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter is on sale for $14.27, down from 19.99!

Shipping costs can vary, but most orders over $35 ship free, and all Amazon Prime orders ship free.

3. K-Cups at Canadian Tire

Unfortunately, Canadian Tire doesn't offer home delivery, but you can place an order online at pick it up in-store – which means if any of these packs ever go on sale, you can reserve some before they sell out completely!

4. K-Cups at London Drugs

I would never really think to find K-Cups at London Drugs, but they have them! Sales happen every once in a while, but you have to act fact when they pop up, since items tend to sell out super quickly!

In general, shipping is free on orders over $75, but London Drugs occasionally has delivery promos.

5. K-Cups at SingleCup.ca

If you want to know exactly what your cost-per-cup is, SingleCup.ca is probably the place for you. They're also a great spot to buy coffee in bulk, and they sell everything from Authentic Donut Shop to Skinnygirl Coffee (as well as brands like Starbucks and Tim Hortons, of course)!

They have an entire sale section just devoted to K-Cups, so I'd head there first!

SingleCup.ca does offer free shipping, but minimum spends vary by region. It's free shipping on a minimum order of $59.99 for Alberta addresses, $69.99 for BC, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Ontario and $79.99 for Quebec, Yukon, PEI, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Newfoundland.

6. K-Cups at Costco

Like pretty much everything else, if you want to buy in bulk, Costco Canada is the place for you. They carry massive cartons of single-serve coffee.

Shipping is rolled into the prices at Costco.ca, so you'll probably be able to get a better deal in-store – but they're still a great option if you're unable to leave the house or looking for a certain brand you can't find at your local Costco warehouse!

7. K-Cups at Walmart Canada

Amazon.ca and the Keurig site aside, Walmart Canada might have one of the largest selections of K-Cups in the country. Rollbacks and clearance sales pop up on certain items pretty frequently, so it's always worth checking out their stock for new deals!

Home delivery is free on orders over $50, but you can ship orders over $25 to a Walmart Canada store or Canada Post location for free.

8. K-Cups at Staples Canada

Sales here are fairly rare, but Staples Canada is still a pretty great place to find K-Cups, especially if you're ordered pods for an office. After all, you can grab all the ink and pens you need there, too!

Orders over $45 ship free.

Where to buy a Keurig in Canada

Let's go back to the basics. Before you can get K-Cups, you'll definitely need a Keurig! In general, you can find Keurig machines at pretty much every department store in Canada and directly from Keurig.ca, and there are plenty of options to choose from.

If you're looking to score a Keurig on sale in Canada, Walmart.ca has the Keurig K200 Plus Brewer for $103.60 from $148 and Canadian Tire has the Keurig K50 Brewer for $88.88 from $119.99.

Where else do you go for your K-cups? Let us know in the comments!


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  • Moni

    Hi I purchase keurig coffee pods from CoffeeMarvel at coffeemarvel.ca -- they offer 10% off your first purchase and carry unique coffees & teas such as CakeBoss, Guy Fieri, and Skinny Girl. I believe they ship out of Ontario. They periodically offer discounts as well.

    • Eryn

      Thanks for the money-saving tip! Our readers will appreciate your comments, as well. I'm craving some of those brands that you mentioned. :) 

    • Lora A.

      Walmart carries my favourite for about 61 cents per pod, lowest I can usually get for the flavour

      • Bargainmoose

        What's your fave?

        • Lora A.

          Folgers Caramel Drizzle

          • Natty2u

            Shoppers has those on sale often for 6.99 for a box of folders caramel drizzle  often

            • Eryn

              Good to hear, because of the Shoppers Optimum points, too. Thanks!

          • Bargainmoose


          • Eryn

            Nice! Have to try that one.

            • SALLYL

              I purchase French Kiss at ECS Coffee Stores for $0.50 per pod.

              • Eryn

                The price is great, thanks for that tip! 

                • crissyj

                  The superstore brand of K-Cups come in a 100 pack for $30 and its actually pretty good coffee! It's the cheapest I have come across so far.

                  • slefley

                    We have bought at Keurig.com and got great deals when they had sales and they had a good variety, but then we got directed to Keurig.ca and the variety decreased but the sales and prices are still the best we could find until I found Costco.ca  ; Now that is where we do all our K-cup shopping!  Our faves are Barista Prima French Roast and Starbucks Dark and Medium Roast  when they go on sale, they are the best deal around, and the shipping is always free!!!  Can't beat it!!!

                    • Deanst

                      Beans Wise in Mississauga Heartland has pods as cheap as 25 cents - melitta recently.  They also have an online store.

                      • ladylou

                        If you don't mind waiting 3-5 weeks, the best deal on generic reusable K-cup refills is at aliexpress.com. You can get a set of 4 for $6. These come from China but are great. I've had mine for years now and have saved a bundle. The site is very reliable and if you are not satisfied with the product, you will get your money back, no questions asked.