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20oz Caribou Ground Coffee (Caribou or Daybreak Blend) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 20oz Caribou Ground Coffee (Caribou or Daybreak Blend) on sale listed below when you 'clip' the 25% off coupon on the product page and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks zhelder

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Dog Gonnit, I forgot coffee in my Subscribe & Save order for this month and I'm out. Gonna make sure I have plenty in the next order, starting with this. Caribou Coffee Caribou or Daybreak blends 20 oz. ground bags are $6.58 after clipping 25% coupon and 15% Subscribe & Save discount. ($7.68 AC for those with 5% s&s)

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Dog Gonnit, I forgot coffee in my Subscribe & Save order for this month and I'm out. Gonna make sure I have plenty in the next order, starting with this. Caribou Coffee Caribou or Daybreak blends 20 oz. ground bags are $6.58 after clipping 25% coupon and 15% Subscribe & Save discount.

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Since you posted both so maybe you've had them - how would you compare the Tim Horton's to either of the Caribou Coffees, since I've had both the Caribou flavors and they aren't bad. BTW repped on this deal. Smilie
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Since you posted both so maybe you've had them - how would you compare the Tim Horton's to either of the Caribou Coffees, since I've had both the Caribou flavors and they aren't bad. BTW repped on this deal. Smilie
They're both very good. I might give a slight edge to the Caribou, it seems to be a bit stronger and more robust to me, but I think they're both great, and at these prices, they're both going in the pantry!

But the best of all of 'em is Peets. Probably my favorite of all the big yuppie brands. Rich, robust, and strong without being bitter or overpowering.
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Since you posted both so maybe you've had them - how would you compare the Tim Horton's to either of the Caribou Coffees, since I've had both the Caribou flavors and they aren't bad. BTW repped on this deal. Smilie
I'm in the same boat.

I'm sure Caribou is better. But Tim Horton's has a raving crowd, so I'd love to try it, especially since it has more ounces anyway.

I only want to get one, so I need to make a decent choice.
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Any good deals on the whole bean?
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Damn coffee deals.. almost never any whole bean medium roast...
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They're both very good. I might give a slight edge to the Caribou, it seems to be a bit stronger and more robust to me, but I think they're both great, and at these prices, they're both going in the pantry!

But the best of all of 'em is Peets. Probably my favorite of all the big yuppie brands. Rich, robust, and strong without being bitter or overpowering.
I would rate them...
  1. Caribou Blend
  2. Tim Horton's
  3. Peets
Of course, there are a few flavors of Peets. All are top shelf.
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Is Subscribe & Save dead? I am trying to avoid paying for shipping fee.
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Ground coffee? Might as well just buy dirt
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They're both very good. I might give a slight edge to the Caribou, it seems to be a bit stronger and more robust to me, but I think they're both great, and at these prices, they're both going in the pantry!

But the best of all of 'em is Peets. Probably my favorite of all the big yuppie brands. Rich, robust, and strong without being bitter or overpowering.
Can't rep you again, but thank you. That second comment is intriguing, as I like coffee with a roast between mild-medium but with a strong, unburned flavor. I'll have to watch for a deal. I assume the Caribou you meant is their Caribou blend?
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Is the coupon dead? I can't see where to add it on the page
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Coupon won't activate for me
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This is good stuff

But Im too addicted to fresh ground beans from whole foods now to accept anything else. I pickup every day or 2 since its right near my office.

Just Traded in my xmas gift (delonghi) for a capresso ... and after years of 8-10 shots of starbucks a day (4 or 5 shot iced espressos or iced venti sbux doubleshots ) im in coffee HEAVEN..

The combo of this great little machine and the fresh ground beans is like finding gold.for a caffeine junkie like me. The improvements in taste/strength/cost/effort are all very much improved and i couldnt be happier or more excited lol

2 or 3 doubles a day or 2 doubles and a single is all i need now
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8-10 shots i used to have per day, plus maybe a small evening coffee
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