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Kmart Black Pointe Bay 80ct K cups $20, $4.20 back in SYW, free store pickup or free shipping if over $25

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Donut shop

http://www.kmart.com/black-pointe...ockType=G1

Seattle dark roast

http://www.kmart.com/black-pointe...ockType=G2

Morning blend

http://www.kmart.com/black-pointe...ockType=G3

French Vanilla

http://www.kmart.com/black-pointe...ockType=G4

I don't know about online but in bought two boxes in store today and got points back on both.

My mom just bought two boxes and paid $19.15 shipped free after free cash.

I shop at Sears/Kmart far too much to give a good indicator if you may have freecash/points usable on this if you shop there less frequently.

These are far better than a lot of budget Kcups but the donut shop is a lot stronger than most donut shop blends.
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These were $16 a box a few weeks ago.
The Vanilla is not good at all. Same company makes victor Allen.
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These were $16 a box a few weeks ago.
The Vanilla is not good at all. Same company makes victor Allen.
Yeah I bought a bunch at $16. Assuming you actually spend the points this comes out to $15.80 plus they were bonus points so you still got some regular points on top of that. Obviously there is some other freecash deal as well which I obviously spent on something but my mom did not. Ends up coming out like 30 cents less regardless. I don't know how much cheaper you can push them. It's a great deal if you're shopping for an office and trying to keep costs down.

I actually kind of like the vanilla go figure but it's more an imitation vanilla so if you like imitation vanilla you'd probably like it.

The deal probably applies to the Perkcity ones in store too but they were a bit weaker, their hazelnut however was better than green mountain's but I bought all that our store had during Black Friday, all they got in were standard unflavored ones to replace them.

Not sure about their Javatime ones but I've had them and they were OK at best and it doesn't beat their late summer $14 deal on them, unless for some reason someone likes them.
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Yeah I bought a bunch at $16. Assuming you actually spend the points this comes out to $15.80 plus they were bonus points so you still got some regular points on top of that. Obviously there is some other freecash deal as well which I obviously spent on something but my mom did not. Ends up coming out like 30 cents less regardless. I don't know how much cheaper you can push them. It's a great deal if you're shopping for an office and trying to keep costs down.

I actually kind of like the vanilla go figure but it's more an imitation vanilla so if you like imitation vanilla you'd probably like it.

The deal probably applies to the Perkcity ones in store too but they were a bit weaker, their hazelnut however was better than green mountain's but I bought all that our store had during Black Friday, all they got in were standard unflavored ones to replace them.

Not sure about their Javatime ones but I've had them and they were OK at best and it doesn't beat their late summer $14 deal on them, unless for some reason someone likes them.
Agreed. I bought the donut shop for my nephew and he seemed to enjoy it.

I am comparing the vanilla to the smart sense one which I thought was rather good. Unfortunately smart sense seems to be quite rare these days (in k cups anyway). I loaded up on those last January when it was 100% back in points. In fact I still have about 100 k cups left of those but I like to reload now and then.
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Agreed. I bought the donut shop for my nephew and he seemed to enjoy it.

I am comparing the vanilla to the smart sense one which I thought was rather good. Unfortunately smart sense seems to be quite rare these days (in k cups anyway). I loaded up on those last January when it was 100% back in points. In fact I still have about 100 k cups left of those but I like to reload now and then.
The smart sense ones they claim aren't available for pickup within 100 miles but my wife was on training on August so we turned it into a vacation, this was about 50 miles away, there was a Kmart next to the hotel there that does indeed stock them.

Consequently I bought all these at a Kmart here that doesn't apparently stock them either. It says they only stock them st a store in the city.

I think they do what Walmart does and cross reference the UPCs and send whatever they have the most for available if they don't have another.

I tend to buy a lot of Kcups whenever they have a good enough sale regardless of where it is, they're nitrogen sealed and they're still perfectly fine long after the Best by date. I recently found a small box of pumpkin spice ones that got misplaced in a cupboard during our kitchen remodel that were best by 2015 and they were still good.
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