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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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This week’s Cross Country Cafe is offering some great Fall beverage items!  I know for some folks K-cups seem way to expensive and compared to traditional brew they are pricey.  But… compared to paying for one cup of coffee every day at the coffee shop… this is a frugal option!

The biggest reason to me in going with a kcup brewer was that my husband was the only coffee drinker.  Why brew a pot of coffee for one person??

This weeks Kcup Deals:

Green Mountain Our Blend, 24 ct., $11.99 (49¢ ea.)

Twinings Pure Camomile Tea, 24 ct., $9.99 (41¢ ea.)

The Green Mountain blend is a traditional medium roast that is mild, smooth and aromatic with a thick body that will appeal to the masses.  Meanwhile, the Camomile tea is known for it’s nice relaxing properties and perfect for a cool Fall day.

This sale is available through October 8th.

If you are curious how this compares to grocery store deals, most grocery store boxes are 10-12 ct. and the average price for those is around $6 (see all the current k-cup deals).  So in the end these really are the better deal.  Each week Cross Country puts a new flavor on sale, so if these aren’t your favorites try waiting for something you love and then stock up!

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    • Becky

      Thanks for listing the deals! I have given up buying K-cups at Walmart. I either buy online or go to Piggly Wiggly where I can usually get a 12-ct box for around $5.50 with coupon during a sale. My rule of thumb is to NEVER pay more than $0.50 per cup. For those who don’t have a Keurig, and perhaps prefer iced coffee, they can make the whole pot, mix it with other desired ingredients, and keep it in a pitcher in the refrigerator. :)

      • mrs b

        That’s my rule for pricing too–I recently found the brew over ice on sale at Target and ended up paying 22 cents apiece, The keurig makes me realize how much caffeine I’m drinking–I also use just the hot water option to make regular tea or hot cocoa because it’s quicker than the microwave.

    • Becky

      Thanks for listing the deals! I have given up buying K-cups at Walmart. I either buy online or go to Piggly Wiggly where I can usually get a 12-ct box for around $5.50 with coupon during a sale. My rule of thumb is to NEVER pay more than $0.50 per cup. For those who don’t have a Keurig, and perhaps prefer iced coffee, they can make the whole pot, mix it with other desired ingredients, and keep it in a pitcher in the refrigerator. :)

    • alice

      also- FYI you can use man coupons (they are to treat them as “cash” when ringing up) as well as a store coupon at BBB! I got several boxes marked 20% off with coupons this week. Best deal I can find lately!

    • Nancy

      I only buy the k-cups when I know I’ll have company. I bought these at CVS and love them. Fill them all at once and have them in a small canister. Way cheaper than k-cups and I buy ANY brand of coffee not just the limited brands in k-cups.