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Canadian Keurig K-Cup retailers

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how does $14 for 24 work out to .42 a cup. Isn't it .58? Or is my math that bad?
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typer100 wrote:
Feb 12th, 2010 7:52 am
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Canadian company.Free shipping over 45$, they have a selection of variety pack from different brand for 14.75$ (bag of 24). They take a zip lock and put different K-cups of the same brand. I did a Coffee People last time, gotta love the Jet Fuel :) They have a comment section when you order online, I guess you can probably ask for specific flavors.
+1. Ordered from and they shipped it free to NB from Alberta, in 2 days. Lots of variety and a good website where you can actually shop properly, rather than reading pdf lists.
Jul 11, 2005
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ECS Coffee is now selling boxes of 50 K-cups (selected varieties) for 23.95 online and In-store.

They had a one day sale Friday with the 50 packs going for 19.95. It was in store only and was announced via Facebook and in the local paper so only really beneficial for folks in the Burlington area. I spoke with the owner and he said he will be offering weekly/bi-weekly Facebook specials for in-store so those close-by might want to add them on Facebook.
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Primo1 wrote:
May 19th, 2010 10:44 am
how does $14 for 24 work out to .42 a cup. Isn't it .58? Or is my math that bad?
The Timothy's variety I ordered was on sale for $10 per box of 24. I ordered enough to get free shipping. No tax. Ergo, $0.42 per cup.
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Ambassador Coffee in Regina, Buy 7 (boxes of 24) get 1 free.
Prices range from $16.00 to $18.00 per box of 24 K-Cups. Mix and Match your own 24 for $18.00.
One pro is you don't need to buy all 8 boxes at once, it's on your account. If you're new to K-Cup's like me and don't know the flavors, the mix and match is a good option.

$16.00 * 7 = $112.00 / 8 = $14.00 per box ($0.58 per K-Cup) [Timothy's mainly and Costco is $0.50 per K-Cup]
$18.00 * 7 = $126.00 / 8 = $15.75 per box ($0.66 per K-Cup)
Not the best prices, but selection for a local store is great.

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Costco has Timothy kcups on today 50 for $24.99
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Bamelin wrote:
Nov 20th, 2010 1:51 am
Costco has Timothy kcups on today 50 for $24.99

That's the everyday price.
They carry 3 flavors:
- Columbian
- Breakfast
- Decaf
All are in a box of 50 K-cups for $24.99 as an everyday price.
Jul 18, 2011
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AM Coffee Depot in Mississauga. This store has over 70 different K-Cups. See their web site. Easy access to store also great service.
Dec 12, 2011
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porphyra wrote:
May 19th, 2010 11:02 am
+1. Ordered from and they shipped it free to NB from Alberta, in 2 days. Lots of variety and a good website where you can actually shop properly, rather than reading pdf lists.

I tried based largely on this and have to give them a -28. One minus for each expired k-cup in the five boxes I ordered. Some of them had expired FIVE MONTHS ago! Another 22 expire in under two months, so my idea of stocking up for the winter is shot. I'm stuck with a bunch of stale, bitter coffee because their customer service also sucks.

I got a ridiculous form email in response to a request for replacement that said "for most packaged coffees there is no best before date". Really? Then a) why is there one printed on the side of every cup, and b) why does the coffee you sent taste like the stale crap I can order at the local greasy spoon?, and c) that isn't what the manufacturer told me when I emailed them them to ask.

No replacement, no refund, no response to followup emails. Reputable businesses don't ship product that's BUBD has gone past, and certainly don't try to tell you that it doesn't matter that the BUBD has gone past. I'm pissed because I can't a lot of variety in k-cups locally so stuck having to use an online company and this experience has put me off. Anyone had experience with a legit online Canadian k-cup source?

Extremely shortly after posting this (and similar comments in other locations) I received an email from "I apologize for the delay. I had to search the warehouse for some of the products to send out to you. The replacements will be shipping from our warehouse this afternoon. I have handpicked the variety pack from our retail store front to ensure that none of them were past their dates." "I am also sending you an additional Hot Chocolate multi-roaster; Our compliments to you to share with friends and family over this holiday season."

They were shipped out that afternoon, they arrived a few minutes ago. Only 6 of the "handpicked" replacements were past the expiry date this time (15% of the total), so getting better. The Hot Chocolate, like the one I had ordered, expires the end January early February. So the attempt was made to make it right... a little late and only after round one of my social media complaints, but they did make the attempt in the end.
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Thought I'd add that if you have any friends/relatives that work for Future Shop/Best Buy, you may want to be really nice to them, cause staff price is $4.67 for a box that retails for $12.99..

Staff price works at either store for employees, but for some reason, i've noticed that Best Buy charges $10.53, while Future Shop only charges $4.67 with staff price.. so tell them to buy it from Future Shop..
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Last I heard this was over. The price change only lasted a few days. I think I'm set for a few years now.... ;)
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190 upvotes has a promo on now (while supplies last), free 24 count Colombian Decaf with every order. If it is still available it will show in the slideshow on the main page of their site.

Was at Futureshop on the weekend and they still honoured their buy 4 ($12.99 18 count) get 1 free boxing week deal. Works out to $10.39 a box. They had Tullys which I love.

I noticed has the Starbucks available now ($20.24 24 count). Sign up for their emails to get members price and $1.00 off deals all the time.

The K-Cups were supposed to be in Starbucks stores late December but has been delayed.

If anyone wants to buy a brewer from PM your address and email and we will both get two free boxes of K-cups. They have free shipping.
Jul 4, 2012
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There is also Markcol Distribution, which is located in Pickering. They have a huge selection and great prices! Go to or call 18556275265. I have been there several times and never disappointed.
Jan 6, 2012
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ok, this is a pretty old thread, but in case you're in Toronto and looking for somewhere to purchase kcups, the best place in the city that I've found is Home Coffee Solutions - they have two retail locations in the city (I use to drive to the suburbs to get my kcups). They are downtown at front and spadina and west end at eglinton and black creek.

you can also purchase online at

personally i prefer shopping in store cause I can sample new blends for free, assemble your own variety box and the staff is great at offering advice

they also just opened in Barrie recently - somewhere in the south end - they have their retail locations on their website

Feb 23, 2013
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I've been a regular at the Timothy's store in the burlington mall. They have over 30 different variety of Kcups with several flavored ones too !! The best part is the pricing.. Their K cup boxes of 24 cost less than 15 $ if you buy their stock up deal of 3. IF you're lucky, there are a few months when they price a 24 k cup box (with the 3 box deal) at around 13$ !!!! which is the cheapest in the country, beats Costco hands down.

barto wrote:
Nov 4th, 2009 3:34 pm
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 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!