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As any Keurig devotee knows, it’s far too easy to rack up coffee costs when refilling your precious K-Cups. These accompanying pods are super simple to use (you simply pop ‘em into your machine, select your cup size and watch the magic happen) but after a while, they can get pretty costly. Caffeine addicts will be stoked to know that Keurig is currently running a sale on these one-and-done pods—and, at this event, the more you spend, the more you save!
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Through Sunday, January 10, you can use promo code COZY28 to save up to $28 on K-Cup boxes from popular brands, such as Starbucks and Dunkin’. Here’s how it shakes out: Order two boxes to save $4, four boxes to save $10, six boxes to save $18 or eight boxes to save $28. Note that there are some exclusions—you can’t use the code on auto-delivery, for instance, and certain roasts, including Green Mountain cold brews and illy espresso are exempt—but you’ll receive free shipping on orders of $29 or more.
To get the deal, you can mix and match flavors, like this customer-loved 22-count box of Starbucks Pike Place roast coffee (my all-time favorite!), $17.99, for instance, and this 24-count box of Eight O’Clock’s original blend, $13.99, to drop your subtotal from $31.98 to $27.98 when you enter the coupon code at checkout. That comes out to around .72 cents per Starbucks pod and .49 cents per Eight O’Clock pod, marking the best value we could find on either box (although you'll want to note that you can save more on the Starbucks cups at Bed Bath & Beyond when you purchase a larger box of 40 for $23.99, which has a cost-per-pod of 0.59 cents).
You can also save on soothing teas, like Twinings of London lemon and ginger herbal tea or pure camomile tea. Stock up on either 24-count box in quantities of eight to drop them from $119.92 to $91.92, respectively, lowering your final cost-per-pod to just .48 cents.
While this promotion is seriously exciting, it won’t last forever—in fact, it’ll only be live through next week, and customer favorites are already beginning to sell out, so stock up while you still can!
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