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[Walmart] Starbucks - $5.97 for 340g and x10 K-Cups (less with E-Voucher)

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  • Feb 17th, 2018 1:41 pm
[OP]
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[Walmart] Starbucks - $5.97 for 340g and x10 K-Cups (less with E-Voucher)

If you buy Starbucks K-Cups, this works out to 60 cents per pod so nothing too hot.

HOWEVER, if you, like I, received one of those nice $15 E-Vouchers from Walmart for grocery orders, then this is about as HOT as a deal as you will find for K-Cups. I don't buy the ground but it's also on sale so I'm guessing the price is also hot.

I ordered 9 boxes (90 pods) to hit the $50 threshold and that works out to aprx. 43 cents per K-Cup.

Now I'm hoping the expiry dates are good to give this really really hot designation. Otherwise this will be a mehhh deal Neutral Face
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Where to have these $15 off $50 e-vouchers? Targeted?
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lorreilme wrote:
Feb 15th, 2018 8:18 am
Where to have these $15 off $50 e-vouchers? Targeted?
Yes, targeted.

If you already have any account, log in and check if you have an E-Vouchers waiting for you.
It's in My Account >> My Account, then look for the box "Redeem Promo Code". If you have any preloaded you will see a message that says something like this just below that box:

You currently have 3 eVouchers.
You can apply an eVoucher to your order in checkout

Then at checkout, at step #3 you will see a drop-down menu that allows you to add one of your E-Vouchers to the order (if it qualifies).
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Nov 26, 2017
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Best before dates are from June-August 2018 (Square One, Mississauga).
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For the kcups, 5.97 is a very good deal compared to normal Starbucks kcups prices - for all varieties. At Costco they only have 1 or 2 flavours but not house, etc. I have never seen it go below 5.97 anywhere else.
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steelguy wrote:
Feb 15th, 2018 7:47 pm
Best before dates are from June-August 2018 (Square One, Mississauga).
Thanks for that info.
Six months expiry is about as good as I've ever seen on a box of Starbucks K-Cups.
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steelguy wrote:
Feb 15th, 2018 7:12 am
I am intetested in your voucher! Thanks OP!
I bet you are Smiling Face With Open Mouth

These E-Vouchers are applied to your account and are non-transferrable. Not that I would give you mine if they were.
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Thanks OP! Didn't know i have $20 off E-voucher. Ordered k cups and some household stuffs.
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dgcan75 wrote:
Feb 17th, 2018 1:21 pm
Does it need to be different receipts? I can't buy 6 on one receipt and get 3 rewards back?
I'm reading the rules now (via a tear off display in a store isle) and the rules seem a bit vague on that issue. I would assume it is one gift card per receipt but you may have to call up Starbucks for clarification. Or just go for it to see what happens.
It doesn't even say anything about one gift card per household or one redemption per household.
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Good time for me to use my $3 off Starkbucks retail store coupons I saved from the Kelloggs Nutrigrain boxes I purchased last month. The coupon was printed on the inside of the box.
They were also available from the Kelloggs Fruit Crisp boxes.

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