Where is the best place online to buy K-Cups

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[OP]
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Jun 21, 2011
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Where is the best place online to buy K-Cups

Anyone know of any good places with good pricing to buy K Cups. Hoping for CDN sites so I can get it quickly.


Thanks!
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Feb 24, 2007
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wholesalers? There were some public auctions where you could get them dirt cheap.
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Jun 23, 2010
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I’m not even going to tell you. These single use type of things should be banned along the same lines as the plastic straws. Very few 100% recyclable k-cup products out there and there is no guarantee your municipality will recycle them.
It’s time for the world to clean up its act and start with low hanging fruit like this.
We have a Keurig but we grind our own beans and use their refillable pod called a ‘My K Cup’ or there are tons of other knock offs out there. A fresh grind is always better and your choice of bean or country of origin is far greater
I recall reading years back, that the inventor of this product regrets it now for similar reasons I mentioned.
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Check out ECS Coffee. They have a few B&M locations in Ontario, but I only order from their website. They have frequent sales where the price per cup on good coffee brands gets to $0.50 or less. Plus, I find if I place an order in the morning, it often arrives in two days, if not the next day!
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Keurig itself often has great promos when partnered with Rakuten (ebates).

Just a couple weeks ago it worked out to 30-35% off all KCups (24 pack size). If you sign up for Rakuten (ebates) you are typically notified of these sort of promos.

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Costco.ca is generally cheap if you need larger quantities.
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Sep 3, 2018
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I buy ground coffee and put them in my plastic k-cup containers. After making one coffee I wash/rinse them. Taste better than those disposable ones.
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PCUSER wrote: I’m not even going to tell you. These single use type of things should be banned along the same lines as the plastic straws. Very few 100% recyclable k-cup products out there and there is no guarantee your municipality will recycle them.
It’s time for the world to clean up its act and start with low hanging fruit like this.
We have a Keurig but we grind our own beans and use their refillable pod called a ‘My K Cup’ or there are tons of other knock offs out there. A fresh grind is always better and your choice of bean or country of origin is far greater
I recall reading years back, that the inventor of this product regrets it now for similar reasons I mentioned.
I don’t disagree with you and I find that I can often get a great deal using ground beans in a reusable metal k-cup, but I also find that the disposable ones are super convenient when I’m in a rush.

Honestly, I like to think that we’d all chose the environmentally friendly option if we could.

Unfortunately I can’t answer OP’s question either, but I remember there being a deal on expired or nearly expired k-cups being sold for very cheap a couple of weeks ago.
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