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Keurig pods on sale @ Costco.ca - $12:off

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[Costco] Keurig pods on sale @ Costco.ca - $12:off

Costco.ca has their pods on sale. Nice selection, good price
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten....
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Jan 10, 2019
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thanks OP

much more selection than their warehouse
Spend more, Save more you say...
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thanks OP, got 4 packs of various types to try.
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Not sure if these are good price...
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utmosteffor wrote: Not sure if these are good price...
who has a better price per pod for these exact flavours?
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How does the price compared to the instore price? And are any of these that are carried in store also on sale there?
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movieking wrote: How does the price compared to the instore price? And are any of these that are carried in store also on sale there?
I think it’s about 6 dollars cheaper for regular prices. So you’re saving 6 bucks instead of 12 so still a good deal.
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I wonder why Timmy and Mcdo K-cup is always not included in the sale?
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thank you, great price per pod. Placed my order.
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what about a McD senior coffee @ $1.27 medium. It looks like a better deal
stuff is expensive
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solid deal if you need it now

I usually stock up when I find my local shoppers to be clearing out some stock they got too much of and the expiration date is within 3-4 month away,
They are usually at $7-$10 / 30-36 pods or $2-$3 / 12 pods.
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cgtlky wrote: I wonder why Timmy and Mcdo K-cup is always not included in the sale?
I buy their bags of ground and put them in re-usable eco pods according to the strength I want. Customizable and cheaper than any pod sale. Put the desired bags on Amazon price watch (3camels).
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TarpMcFly wrote: thanks OP

much more selection than their warehouse
Except like everything on their website. Atleast $3-7 more expensive than at the store.
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I didn’t get charged tax on mine, not sure if it’s built into the price. If it’s not, might be basically the same price in store. Maybe someone else who ordered could confirm.
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96 pack is sure to piss you off with that flavor so buy at least two boxes for some variety. I usually pay a premium to get smaller boxes so I can choose different flavors based on day/time and mood.
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This is a great price per pod ($0.37ea) if you can find this at your local Costco. I got a box a couple weekends ago at the Thorncliffe location.

Credit to @13inches for posting this in clearance items thread.

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AncasterRFD wrote: I buy their bags of ground and put them in re-usable eco pods according to the strength I want.
what eco pods do you use? thanks for the suggestion :)
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Cowman1208 wrote: what eco pods do you use? thanks for the suggestion :)
Yes, save money on commercial pods and not adding to garbage!
https://www.amazon.ca/Reusable-Coffee-C ... 59&sr=8-10

Optional, paper filters for ease of use, only need to rinse out the lid. Collect paper/grounds and put in compost for garden.
https://www.amazon.ca/canFly-Disposable ... 59&sr=8-17

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