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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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If you are looking for a good deal on a Keurig be sure to check out this Best Buy deal! You will earn a Best Buy gift card of $20 or more based on which one you buy.

This makes all of the Keurigs less than the current Amazon prices.

The deals:

Keurig 1-Cup Mini Brewer, $99.99
$20 Best Buy Gift Card
(like getting it for $79.99)

Keurig Elite B48 Brewer, $119.99
$25 Best Buy Gift Card
(like getting it for $94.99)

Keurig B60 Special Edition Brewer, $149.99
$30 Best Buy Gift Card
(like getting it for $119.99)

Shipping is FREE and delivery is guaranteed before Christmas.

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    • Staci

      I like Kohls is a better deal, actually. Kohls has the Elite for $119.99, same as Best Buy. Kohls has a coupon code GINGERBREAD for 20% off orders over $100. Takes off $24 – compared to Best Buy’s free gift card of $25 – but there is sales tax. At Best Buy you pay sales tax on the $119.99, but at Kohls you pay sales tax only on the discounted price. For me that is a savings of $.44. And Kohls purchases earn $10 “Kohls Cash” for every $50 spent. Since the discount takes this under $100, probably just $10 but that makes it a better deal by $10.44.

    • Abbeyy

      Need some deals on K cups!!

    • Okay you Keurig folks, help me decide.

      My husband wants one of these. We drink a lot of coffee and I recently stocked up on several bags of our favorite brands of ground coffee.

      So, would one of these be cost effective for us??

      • genxeratl

        Yes – you can use the special “cup” that has a filter in it and it allows you to use your own coffee instead of buying the pre-packaged k-cups. Then you’re not wasting coffee by fixing a full pot if you only want a cup or two.

      • jrsgirl88

        I use the special edition. I got a deal at BJs that came with the “my K-cup” and I love it!!

      • animalzoo

        We have a Cuisinart traditional coffee maker and a Keurig. I’m the coffee lover in the house and will drink it at all times of the day. Whether it’s cost effective will be based on how you use it and what you deem cost effective. Most weekends we brew a pot of coffee in the morning, but almost all other times I use the Keurig. I probably make 3-4 cups of coffee a day with mine. I buy my K-cups from wherever I find a good price on a coffee I like. I know there are some people who can’t believe I would pay the per cup price for the coffee, but for me it’s not just price, but convenience. I turn mine on (I don’t leave mine running all the time) and it heats up super quick and make my cup. I don’t have to wait for a pot to brew or wash the pot after. I even use mine to make hot water for my son’s hot chocolate (from the packets). I’ve had mine since 4/2008. Oh, some people complain about using the smaller brew size for certain cups, meaning you get a smaller cup of coffee. Since I don’t prefer mine to be super strong (although I drink it black), many times I buy the dark roasts and brew it on the middle setting instead of the small and it tastes like a regular cup of coffee to me. Hth. Good luck

    • Jennifer

      I got a keurig b60 for 111100 shipped from kohls with 20$the back in kohls cash and 6%to back through ebates. 84$$ for the one shown @ 150 above!

      • Jennifer

        Sorry my phone sucks. 111$

    • genxeratl

      BTW – I have one of the B60 special edition versions that I bought a few years ago and am GIVING IT AWAY to anyone who lives in Atlanta and will come get it. It has all of the parts and includes the extra attachment to use your own coffee. It is not heavily used but has been used – but free to a good home and still works perfectly (I paid $299.99 for it when it first came out in ’08).

      • Interested! I work in Alpharetta – how close are you to Alpharetta?

        • genxeratl

          I live in downtown Smyrna. If that works for you please email me direct cmetzger at metzdomain dot com.

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    • jrsgirl88

      If you are looking into the Special Edition, check out BJs also. They were selling it for $129 and you got the my K-cup, a 12 pack sampler, and 1 or 2 other 12 count boxes. To me that was the best deal mainly for the my K-cup because it costs around $20 by itself not counting the costs of the extra boxes.