January 29, 2007

Hot Deals: Bed Bath & Beyond K Cups and T Discs 20% Off

Hotdeals Singleservecoffee-2-1-2-1-1We've gotten word of 20% coupons at Bed Bath and Beyond. We often stop by our local Bed Bath and Beyond when we're out of K Cups or T Discs and need them right away, so it's not surprising you can get some really good deals if you save those coupons.

Danny in Denver sent in this tip:

"Bed Bath & Beyond stocks a bunch of T-discs, and a limited supply of K-Cups. With the amount of 20% coupons they mail out, it would be a shame not to go into your local BBB store and purchase a box or two. Specific to the K-Cups, they have the 18 packs for $9.99, after the 20% off, you're paying less than 32 cents a K-cup!!"

Update: This makes it .44 cents a cup - not the above .32. The cups are packed in 18 and not the larger 25 packs. Still a good deal making it .11 cents less per cup. Thanks to Cheryl for pointing this out.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 29, 2007 7:00 AM

Recent Comments

We just picked up one of the reusable filter sets at Sears for $14.99 less a $5 coupon. Macy's wanted $10 more for the same item. Since we have loads of coffee from Coffee Fool (good stuff), we can use some of our own instead of spending $.40 per cup for the K packs.


Posted by: Bob Andres at December 28, 2010 10:29 AM

Bed Bath & Beyond has a 60 pack of variety k-cups for $29.99... - 20% off (using the coupon)... makes them 40 cents per k-cup, which is better than the amazon deal! Cheapest now on amazon is $21/50pk=$0.42ea


Posted by: Adrew at January 8, 2010 2:47 PM

amazon has great deals on k-cups... 50 k-cups for $20 and if you order over $40 then shipping is free.. i am waiting on 100 K-cups (paid $40)


Posted by: ali at October 9, 2007 4:27 PM

Linen'n Things honors Bed Bath and Beyond coupons for 3 months past the marked expiration dates, and also carries both pods, Tassimo pods, and K-Cups.

In both cases watch out for expiration dates on the packages; there have been some reports of pretty stale coffee being purchased.


Posted by: David Sternlight at February 5, 2007 1:14 PM

AND...their coupons never expire, despite the dates on the coupons. So save 'em up! And also, you can use one per each item purchased - 5 packs, 5 coupons.


Posted by: Marci at February 5, 2007 7:41 AM
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