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Canadian Keurig K-Cup retailers

Someone mentioned we should have a list of Canadian retailers for k-cups so here goes. Feel free to add your favourites.

My fav, best selection I've been able to find locally and best price (buy 7 get 1 free-$98)

ECS Coffee (Burlington Ont.)

http://www.ecscoffee.com/retail.asp

List of available k-cups here: http://www.ecscoffee.com/assets/notice_ ... -scale.pdf

Van Houte

http://www.vanhoutte.com/en/

Online (wide selection and limited selection in some Metro grocery stores.)

Timothy's
http://www.timothys.ca/index.php?countr ... guage_id=1

Online and in there coffeehouse retail locations (wide selection-pricey)

RMC Beverage
http://www.rmcbeverage.com/index.html

Cafe Breville
http://www.cafebreville.ca/Home.html

Tweed and Hickory
http://www.tweedandhickory.com/

Costco
http://www.Costco.ca

In store Costco has Van Houte 100% Columbian and House Blend 2 packs for 24.99 (25 count boxes) as well as Timothy's Midnight Magic and a milder roast (can't recall which) 2 packs for same price as Van Houte.

Online they offer more varieties of 96 count boxes of both Timothy's and Van Houte for $59.99


I am afraid I am not familiar with what's available outside Ontario, so please add your local favorites as well.
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Sears carries the K cups, Van Houtte and Green Mountain. Limited selection.
18 K cups/box around 13.00
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Great thread.

Also Futureshop has these often at $9.99 which is cheaper than a lot of other places, however caveat emptor. A lot of them are close to their Best Before dates.
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cargoagent wrote:
Oct 31st, 2009 10:06 am
Someone mentioned we should have a list of Canadian retailers for k-cups so here goes. Feel free to add your favourites.

My fav, best selection I've been able to find locally and best price (buy 7 get 1 free-$98)

ECS Coffee (Burlington Ont.)

http://www.ecscoffee.com/retail.asp

List of available k-cups here: http://www.ecscoffee.com/assets/notice_ ... -scale.pdf

Van Houte

http://www.vanhoutte.com/en/

Online (wide selection and limited selection in some Metro grocery stores.)

Timothy's
http://www.timothys.ca/index.php?countr ... guage_id=1

Online and in there coffeehouse retail locations (wide selection-pricey)

RMC Beverage
http://www.rmcbeverage.com/index.html

Cafe Breville
http://www.cafebreville.ca/Home.html

Tweed and Hickory
http://www.tweedandhickory.com/

Costco
http://www.Costco.ca

In store Costco has Van Houte 100% Columbian and House Blend 2 packs for 24.99 (25 count boxes) as well as Timothy's Midnight Magic and a milder roast (can't recall which) 2 packs for same price as Van Houte.

Online they offer more varieties of 96 count boxes of both Timothy's and Van Houte for $59.99


I am afraid I am not familiar with what's available outside Ontario, so please add your local favorites as well.


Stopped into ECS Coffee today for the first time.
Really nice to be able to mix and match from all the different types.
They are expanding into unit next door and I can see why.
Great service and selection!
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Tweed & Hickory is the best IMO, they are $13.99 for 24 (Loblaws is $12.99 for 18 for comparison, and they only have 4 or 5 different kinds) and T&W has the biggest selection I have ever seen. Another bonus is that they let you put together your own 24 pack of whatever kinds they have in store, it costs $2 more though ($15.99), so for $13.99 it works out to about $0.58 per cup.

I got rid of my tassimo for the keurig deal at costco, I love the variety with the k cups and found I didnt care that much about the cappuccinos and lattes with the tassimo.
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sgee wrote:
Oct 31st, 2009 3:59 pm
Stopped into ECS Coffee today for the first time.
Really nice to be able to mix and match from all the different types.
They are expanding into unit next door and I can see why.
Great service and selection!
What's the price for the mix and match?
Do they still have the buy 7 boxes get 1 free specials? as someone mentioned in another thread.
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tet8suo wrote:
Oct 31st, 2009 10:10 pm
What's the price for the mix and match?
Do they still have the buy 7 boxes get 1 free specials? as someone mentioned in another thread.
The buy 7 get 1 free deal is ongoing. Not sure if or when it will end. I have been given this deal for 3 or 4 months now.

The price for the mix and match I believe is 17.95 for 27 k-cups. They have one of the K-cup carousels

(see here-- http://www.singleservecoffee.com/archives/009103.php)

that you can fill with your choice from their large selection. (you can't keep the carousel :lol: )

They are also one of the few Canadian retailers where I can find Caribou Coffee K-cups.
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brownstein wrote:
Oct 31st, 2009 5:01 pm
Tweed & Hickory is the best IMO, they are $13.99 for 24 (Loblaws is $12.99 for 18 for comparison, and they only have 4 or 5 different kinds) and T&W has the biggest selection I have ever seen. Another bonus is that they let you put together your own 24 pack of whatever kinds they have in store, it costs $2 more though ($15.99), so for $13.99 it works out to about $0.58 per cup.

I got rid of my tassimo for the keurig deal at costco, I love the variety with the k cups and found I didnt care that much about the cappuccinos and lattes with the tassimo.
That's weird, last time I went and picked out 24 cups, they charged me the same price as a full box... You go to the one in Kanata or in the South End?
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I've seen both K-cups and the reuseable filter at London Drugs, back when we first got our Keurig Mini (for $50!). I ended up finding an eBay seller in the U.S. with reasonable shipping and won a bunch of auctions to get a good initial supply. Also recently registered with keurig.com to get the "buy 2, get 2 free" deal. Very nice.

Keep up the good work, but will be particularly interested in seeing Alberta- and Edmonton-based retailers!

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Java-U in Montreal are the Canadian distributors for Green Mountain Coffee k-cups. They carry ALL varieties that you see on Green Mountain's website, including Green Mountain, Newmans Own and I believe Caribou. Pricing is about $16 a box for 24 kcups.
You can order thru their head office for local delivery or pick-up; I did ask and they will ship across Canada; you will need to pay for shipping. For some reason, they do not sell these in their cafe's (but they should!).

www.java-u.com
514-341-8818 x 23
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I'm glad that these have become more mainstream. I love the K-cup concept (I only drink one cup of coffee every once in a while, so making a full pot is not practical, and instant coffee isn't very fun), but for a while it was looking like an exclusive boutique product that I'd have to pay an arm and a leg for in specialty shops.

That is still the case, somewhat, but now that retailers like Future Shop and Costco are aboard, that will help drive down prices and make sure that the stuff isn't discontinued due to lack of sales. (Future Shop had a really great sale price this past week -- a B70 machine for $99.)

I typically do a mix-and-match at my local Tweed and Hickory. Sometimes I'll buy packs at places that have 20% coupons, like Home Outfitters, the former Linens and Things, etc.
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TripleHelix wrote:
Nov 4th, 2009 3:31 pm
That's weird, last time I went and picked out 24 cups, they charged me the same price as a full box... You go to the one in Kanata or in the South End?
barrhaven location, mix n match was $13.99 for 24 the first time I went and this last time it was up to $15.99 they said the other price was a promotion.
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Hey,

Ive got a bunch of unopened K-cups of the White Tea. Im looking to sell them.. a pack of 24 k-cups for 10$ is the asking price.

The link to the product is here (original price $15.75/box):
http://www.timothys.ca/product_details. ... uct_id=121

Im located in Hamilton, and go to school in Toronto. PM me if interested.
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