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80-Count San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup for Keurig K-Cup Brewers (Organic Rainforest Blend) EXPIRED

DVS12 154 March 6, 2013 at 08:32 AM in Grocery (3) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 03-06-2013 at 12:11 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 80-Count San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup for Keurig K-Cup Brewers (Organic Rainforest Blend) for $27.55 when you checkout via "subscribe & save". Shipping is free. Thanks DVS12

Now available, Amazon.com has 80-Count San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup for Keurig K-Cup Brewers (several varieties) for $26.12 when you checkout via "subscribe & save". Shipping is free. Thanks freeguy007 [Discuss]

Note: You may cancel subscribe & save anytime after your order ships.

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Edited June 26, 2013 at 10:41 AM by DeividdoSama
This is my first post, searched and did not see this available anywhere else.

Amazon [amazon.com] [amazon.com] has the San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup for Keurig K-Cup Brewers, Organic Rainforest Blend, 80-Count marked down to as low as $27.55 ($0.34/cup) when you check out with Subcribe and Save. Without S&S, the price is still only $29.00 ($0.36 / cup).

Shipping is free with both options.

This is $4 less than the lowest previous price on Amazon for this organic, free trade blend and priced the same as a previous front page deal. Link


Or, if you prefer Green Mountain Nantucket Blend - Amazon Warehouse Deals has an 80-Count available for $33.16 - Link [amazon.com]

I assume the quantities are limited on the Nantucket Blend given it is available through warehouse deals.

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#46
We just got those cheaper from costco 3 days ago.
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Quote from lordoff View Post :
I'll be like the 5th person to say this but it's convenience in brewing/clean up factor is huge compared to the conventional drip machine...while it may not be the best tasting cup of coffee you've had, but it'll definitely be the easiest.
For someone who doesn't care too much about having the very best coffee, it's a good concept, but my main problem with it is the cheap plastic materials used in the machines which translates into crap from the plastic leaching into the coffee. If they made one with stainless steel components where the hot water makes contact with, I'd be in the market for one for my dad who refuses to take the time to make a decent cup of coffee (using the French press or manual drip cone method).
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#48
Thanks, i got the green mountain nantucket
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#49
Thanks for the great steer on low prices: We drink tonnes of this stuff at home and work--I"ve sampled a bundle of brands and flavors.

IMHO: The SanFran coffees (with the green-style cup/basket) is more like drip/french press coffee both in flavor and aroma--they do leave a light silt/sediment at the bottom of your cup; just like real coffee. There is quite a difference in the flavor profiles foglifter/rainforest etc... but I like them all. This is not a very light thin coffee by any means. As for freshness: If you don't drink more than 6-8 cups of coffee in 10 days, why bother bying a case of these things? mine at work have stayed very fresh (in the plastic bags or sealed container that comes in the box) for weeks on end. I can't imagine how long it would take for them to get stale. I wouldn't buy these to store in the car or camper or cabin...Kuerig is better for that. But I also like the more eco-friendly design and the companies goals to support the farmer.

try em. you'll probably like them.
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Quote from kalinaprobe View Post :
We just got those cheaper from costco 3 days ago.
Why do I always hear about these deals being cheaper at Costco, but not Sams Club?
Anybody know how the prices compare there without making the trip over?
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#51
I thought the last SF deal was alright. The taste was bold but the filter thing was meh, yes environmental friendly but sometimes had to pick out coffee pieces. Any how, how are the general cups compared to the ekobrew cups? Would like to get an idea on how they are, any feedback is appreciated!
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#52
Did they change the way subscribe and save works? I subscribed, and it says delivery won't be till April 4th. That's a bummer.
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#53
We purchased these from Costco a couple of weeks ago and love them for almost the same price so if they become OOS you can go to Costco
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Quote from ceres View Post :
Are you brewing and adding ice to hot coffee or putting it in the fridge to cool down? I found that making a large amount and putting in a jug to sit overnight in the fridge was the best way to do iced coffee at home. Otherwise it's just a lukewarm watery mess
Do the drip coffee double strength, put in a jug overnight. Never quite strong enough and I have one of the coffee makers that grinds and brews. Easily bitter, not very strong, and I've tried a great variety of beans (french/italian roast, medium roasts, columbian, peruvian, anything fresh from the grocery store or Spec's (liquor place that sells good coffee).
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Quote from kalinaprobe View Post :
We just got those cheaper from costco 3 days ago.
My costco has it for $29.99 not including tax and they only have the breakfast blend. I just bought from Amazon and it seems they are not charging me tax.

Fog chaser is the one that my wife likes.
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#56
This is also the everyday price at BJ's, IIRC. I switch back and forth between these and Jet Fuel, but I honestly like these better. Yes, you have to keep the cups in a container, but that container is better than the damn k-cup carousel thing my wife loves.
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Quote from zergie808 View Post :
And they also ship with plastic storage container for the opened bags (at least on the latest purchase of Fog Lifter and Breakfast Blend).
You are correct
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#58
In for one of each! Thanks OP repped.
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#59
Still $26.12 with S&S...
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#60
Quote from michael1284 View Post :
just FYI they sell these at costco for 24.99 everyday.
I bought this at Costco a couple months ago for $23. This doesn't seem like the best deal.
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