Need a smashing deal on K-Cups? You might consider this one happening right now at Amazon: San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup for Keurig K-Cup Brewers, Breakfast Blend, 80-Count is $29 shipped. This variety received an average 4.5 star rating after 492 reviews!
When you sign up for “Save & Subscribe” you save an extra 5%, and the price drops to $27.55. That works out to just $0.36/cup! I personally consider anything under $0.50/cup to be a stock-up price. If you’ve never used Save & Subscribe before, it’s easy. Just designate a delivery schedule (2 months is most common for the product). After your first order has shipped, you can easily change or even cancel future orders easily from your Amazon account with no fuss or obligation.
What makes this deal even better, in my opinion? Is that this is responsibly grown, fair trade coffee. It appears that these “k cups” are more of the style like the Java Delight Uncups I reviewed a few months back. The result is a better tasting cup of coffee AND less waste than their k-cup counterparts.
Don’t want Breakfast Blend? Several other varieties are priced similarly:
San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup for Keurig K-Cup Brewers, French Roast, 80-Count = $27.55 with Save & Subscribe ($0.36/cup)
San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup for Keurig K-Cup Brewers, Fog Chaser, 80-Count = $27.55 with Save & Subscribe ($0.36/cup)
San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCup for Keurig K-Cup Brewers, Organic Rainforest Blend, 80-Count = $31.35 with Save & Subscribe ($0.39/cup)
Since we’re chatting K-cups, I’d like to share another deal on a variety I’ve recently discovered:
Grove Square Cappuccino, French Vanilla, 24-Count Single Serve Cup is priced at $11.95. The price drops to $11.35 with Save & Subscribe (this will also yield you free shipping). This works out to $0.47/cup, so again, not a bad deal!
What I love about this variety: well, it’s sweet! No cream or sugar needed. I also find that when I have a little coffee treat like this in the pantry, I’m much less likely to want to head to the coffee shop. (So see, that’s money saved right there!) I recommend this variety if you like a sweet/flavored coffee only. If you like to drink your coffee black, this one likely ain’t for you.