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144-Ct Donut Shop or Green Mountain K-Cups + $10 Target Gift Card EXPIRED

GoodDay 5,003 59,899 July 3, 2016 at 05:36 AM in Coffee (7) More Target Deals
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Promoted 07-03-2016 by longmanj9 at 08:52 AM View Original Post
Target has 8-Pack of 18-Count Donut Shop or Green Mountain K-Cups (Various Flavors) + $10 Target Gift Card for $56.94 when you checkout with subscribe & save. Shipping is free. Thanks GoodDay
  1. Select 'subscribe to save 5%' and add subscription to cart and change quantities to equal a total of 8x (Can also Mix & Match). Note: Some options can only be added to the cart in limited quantities and are noted below.
  2. A $10 Target Gift Card is automatically added in cart
  3. Total will be $56.94 + Free Shipping
Update: some flavors are now only available via in-store pickup.

Target has 8-Pack of 18-Count Donut Shop or Green Mountain K-Cups (Various Flavors) + $10 Target Gift Card for $59.94. Free store pickup where stock permits.

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Written by longmanj9

A Target REDcard entitles you to 5% off most items, free shipping for online orders, and an extended return period.

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Edited July 3, 2016 at 07:51 AM by TattyBear
Subscribe and save to free shipping and save an extra 5%. Buy 3 and get 1 free on select Donut Shop & K-Cups & more. Get $10 Target Gift Card on $50+ purchase.

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Idk about everyone else, but I'm counting the minutes of my day and running from my car to my front door to save time. The time saved in making the coffee and cleanup etc is worth it.

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Thanks. The deal got better than yesterday.

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I'm seeing buy 3 and get the 4th free. Anyway, $49.95 - $9.99 (BOGO) = $39.96 - %5 (REDcard) = $37.96 - $10 GC = $27.96. Not bad.
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i'm seeing buy 3 and get the 4th free. Anyway, $49.95 - $9.99 (bogo) = $39.96 - %5 (redcard) = $37.96 - $10 gc = $27.96. Not bad.
mvm......
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where do you see that?? I cant find buy 3 get 4 Frown
it applied it at checkout for me
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I'm seeing buy 3 and get the 4th free. Anyway, $49.95 - $9.99 (BOGO) = $39.96 - %5 (REDcard) = $37.96 - $10 GC = $27.96. Not bad.
You get the $10 gc only if your total is more than 50. How are you getting the gc with $49.95
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You get the $10 gc only if your total is more than 50. How are you getting the gc with $49.95
Oops. You're right.

...And I can't modify my order...oh well.
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Last edited by ogp July 3, 2016 at 08:04 AM
#9
Forty cents each for a daggone cup of coffee? I just weighed the three scoops I use to make a 10-cup pot. 30 grams. 3 per cup. That's about 150 cups for a pound. A pound costs $10, and that's for the really good stuff. About six cents a cup. And this is a deal at almost seven times that price?
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Forty cents each for a daggone cup of coffee? I just weighed the three scoops I use to make a 10-cup pot. 30 grams. 3 per cup. That's about 150 cups for a pound. A pound costs $10, and that's for the really good stuff. About six cents a cup. And this is a deal at almost seven times that price?
Idk about everyone else, but I'm counting the minutes of my day and running from my car to my front door to save time. The time saved in making the coffee and cleanup etc is worth it.
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Convenience man. Sometimes you just want one cup in one minute. But I'm not in here. Usually wait for San Francisco Bay to go on sale. But it's still five times the price of your computation. And I still do it.
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Seems you should order 9 since the price should be roughly the same and you get one more free (buy 3 get one free on eight gives you two free, buy the same discount on nine gives you three free.)
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Seems you should order 9 since the price should be roughly the same and you get one more free (buy 3 get one free on eight gives you two free, buy the same discount on nine gives you three free.)
Limit is 8
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Forty cents each for a daggone cup of coffee? I just weighed the three scoops I use to make a 10-cup pot. 30 grams. 3 per cup. That's about 150 cups for a pound. A pound costs $10, and that's for the really good stuff. About six cents a cup. And this is a deal at almost seven times that price?

Better than paying $3 bucks at Starbucks!
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I can never understand this. Why are people paying $50 + for 144 cups of non traditionally brew coffee?

Time saving is great but why sacrifice taste.
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