dealstwo 18 count packs of k-cups for $15.00 + freeā€¦

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All the links are bad....Just go to the gevalia.com site and the code works fine...

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Gevalia? No thank you, they will hound you for eternity.

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So does everyone else......Just give them a throw-away email address....It is hard to "hound" someone when they mail does not get through...

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Picked up some. Don't use the links above - gevalia.com typed in worked great. Then look for the link to K-Cups. $15 for two boxes of 18 cups and no shipping.

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you can order the backordered varieties at this special price and they will ship when available. so unless you need coffee now it is a great deal.

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1) Nasty coffee. I bought many kinds from them when they were on sale. No matter the price, I'll never do that again.

2) K-cups that aren't refillable usually cost you $30+/pound for the coffee. Buy a refillable one at a local store like BB&B and then fill it with your own preferred (hopefully home-roasted, burr-ground) joe.

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I really like their coffee and this is a great deal so thanks!

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@dmax801:

1) Nasty coffee. -- That's your opinion. Others' might be different.

2) K-cups that aren't refillable usually cost you $30+/pound for the coffee. -- Agreed it's expensive, but my time is valuable too. I've thought about the refillable cups, but the mess and time vs the convenience & never-having-to-mess-with-wet-grounds factor of the packaged K-cups keep me from using them.

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Even "Normal" coffee that is high quality is $12-$15 a pound. If you prefer $9 for 39 ounce supermarket coffee, more power to you. I buy in quantities that makes it close to parity for the strength of coffee I brew. I like the convenience of being able to brew one travel cup, no mess to clean up, and perfect every time. I also keep several different flavors and strengths depending on my mood.

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@tradergeorge: Melitta now has a reusable with a paper filter that is great for the times when you run out of the single-use one. Much better than the plastic mesh ones.

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it keeps telling me "Coupon code "18SNGL" can currently not be added to your cart."

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^ I'm having the same problem says the coupon cannot be added?... any ideas?

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@nrock1585: According to the description: "Coupon expires 8/24/13"

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I've read posts by many people who tried the Gevalia cup and had problems with their Keurig machine...had to do with the Gevalia cup design, which apparently is ribbed and, hence, stronger, and the inability of the machine to pierce the bottom. End result in many cases has been a mess. Don't have first-hand experience with them, but haven't been willing to put it to the test.

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@bruce57: I have tried them on two different machines and never had a problem. The stainless steel needle in the bottom of the machine can go through a lot. Even if ribbed, I doubt most operational machines would have any trouble with them