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steadyvg 1,110 2,375 September 20, 2016 at 10:06 PM in Coffee Makers (4) More Best Buy Deals
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Promoted 09-21-2016 by Randy71 at 12:09 PM View Original Post
BestBuy.com has Keurig K15 Single Serve Coffeemaker + $20 Best Buy Gift Card on sale for $59.99. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks steadyvg

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Edited September 21, 2016 at 07:31 AM by steadyvg
Keurig - K15 Single-Serve Coffeemaker - Black [bestbuy.com] = $60

Keurig - K15 Single-Serve Coffeemaker - Red [bestbuy.com] = $60
(reg $90)

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Best Buy GC - $20 Gift Card
shipped free; no expiration date or fees; good toward any purchase online and in U.S. or Puerto Rico Best Buy stores

previous FP deal - Keurig K15 Coffeemaker + 48-Ct Keurig Donut Shop K-Cups + $15 GC = $70
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Their great if you like to overpay, wreak huge environmental damage, buy products from a company that goes out of its way to practice "restraint of trade", and don't mind the device failing in an irreparable state every few years.

If you can live with those very minor annoyances, go for it.

When our last Keurig breaks, that's it.. for good...
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This has $20 GC too, but if I am not wrong couple of weeks back the very same item was at this price, $20 GC and a bunch of (I guess 45) free K-cups.
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Quote from 22chamkila View Post :
This has $20 GC too, but if I am not wrong couple of weeks back the very same item was at this price, $20 GC and a bunch of (I guess 45) free K-cups.
you;re right, $20 gc is still included. post updated. thanks
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Can I ask someone who owns these their opinion and a question.

I have been thinking of getting a K-Cup maker because I need one cup of coffee in the morning.

BUT... I don't want to spend the money per cup. So I was thinking of getting a K-Cup adapter reusable filter and using ground coffee.

Does anyone do that, and is the quality of that cup of coffee OK? Opinion or tips?
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Quote from 22chamkila View Post :
This has $20 GC too, but if I am not wrong couple of weeks back the very same item was at this price, $20 GC and a bunch of (I guess 45) free K-cups.
it was $70 with $15 gc
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Hey OP, you should add the $20 GC to your thread title ... this is front-page material!
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Quote from Kg0z View Post :
Can I ask someone who owns these their opinion and a question.

I have been thinking of getting a K-Cup maker because I need one cup of coffee in the morning.

BUT... I don't want to spend the money per cup. So I was thinking of getting a K-Cup adapter reusable filter and using ground coffee.

Does anyone do that, and is the quality of that cup of coffee OK? Opinion or tips?
I understand this site is about saving money but you can buy a 120 pack of Kirkland coffee pods at Costco for like $32, and they make a decent cup of coffee. The pods aren't that expensive, and if you are only using it for 1 cup a day you are looking at saving maybe $50 a year by making your own which isn't worth the hassle of dealing with and cleaning the reusable pods in my opinion.
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Quote from Cornelius View Post :
Hey OP, you should add the $20 GC to your thread title ... this is front-page material!
thanks for suggestion, title updated. repped
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Quote from Kg0z View Post :
Can I ask someone who owns these their opinion and a question.

I have been thinking of getting a K-Cup maker because I need one cup of coffee in the morning.

BUT... I don't want to spend the money per cup. So I was thinking of getting a K-Cup adapter reusable filter and using ground coffee.

Does anyone do that, and is the quality of that cup of coffee OK? Opinion or tips?
The reusable filter makes a really diluted cup of coffee. Mine got thrown right in the garbage. Instead, you can carefully wash out a used kcup, let dry, fill partially with grounds, and then cover the top with some aluminum foil or purchase the My-cap/silimar caps. Just make sure to line up the puntcure on the bottom of the kcup with the pin each time.
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it was $70 with $15 gc
thanks, I also added previous FP deal link to the post.
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Are these machines any good?
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Quote from Kg0z View Post :
Can I ask someone who owns these their opinion and a question.

I have been thinking of getting a K-Cup maker because I need one cup of coffee in the morning.

BUT... I don't want to spend the money per cup. So I was thinking of getting a K-Cup adapter reusable filter and using ground coffee.

Does anyone do that, and is the quality of that cup of coffee OK? Opinion or tips?
this is how a K-Cup works.. you wake up(or get to work).. water is hot and ready.. you put a cup in it and make coffee...toss out the old one.

this one you have to wake up fill it with water... get you reusable kcup.. fill it with coffee.. make coffee... still have to clean the reusable kcup...

what is the point?

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Are these machines any good?
you either like kcups or dont.. get one with a timer and a large reservoir..
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this is how a K-Cup works.. you wake up(or get to work).. water is hot and ready.. you put a cup in it and make coffee...toss out the old one.

this one you have to wake up fill it with water... get you reusable kcup.. fill it with coffee.. make coffee... still have to clean the reusable kcup...

what is the point?



you either like kcups or dont.. get one with a timer and a large reservoir..
I mean is the machine decent compare to other models?
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Ordered one. Will spend the $20 Gc on k cups. Essentially got a new keurig for $40.
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