Where to buy coffee pods in bulk?

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  1. HeatherC

    HeatherC <font color=blue>Alas...these people I live with t

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    Hi There!

    I was wondering if anyone knows of where the best place to buy coffee in bulk would be?

    I have a Senseo coffeemaker...that they are replacing due to a recall.

    I have been buying the pods when they are on sale or with a coupon, but would prefer to "stock" up on them.

    Any ideas welcome!!!

    Thanks so much!
     
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  3. Jsme

    Jsme DIS Veteran

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    I would think Sam's or Costco would have them. I also have seen some at Aldi, not bunk though.
     
  4. lecach

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    I have checked around before and not really found a good deal. At Sams they have a box of 14 for $5.28. I can get the Senseo brand at Target for $4.28 for 18 pods.
     
  5. MyDizneyBoyz

    MyDizneyBoyz Me and my Disney Lovin' Boys!

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    I haven't had much luck finding them for less than $4.99 for a pack of 16 pods and they don't go on sale very often so I'm curious to see if anyone has suggestions for you, too!

    I have a Perfect Pod maker which works really well but I do love the convenience of the ready-made pods. :surfweb:
     
  6. abouley

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    Try Amazon. If you do a subscribe and save you can get a 15% discount and free shipping. You set how often you want shipments (1 month, 2 months, etc) but you can always change it or cancel. I ordered pods for my Keurig and the price seemed pretty good...
     
  7. HeatherC

    HeatherC <font color=blue>Alas...these people I live with t

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    Thanks everyone! I seem to be finding the same thing as you guys.

    I can get the packs of 18 pods at Walmart for $4.24. All the places I've looked online are more money....including Amazon.

    Just thought that by buying a "bulk" order they would be cheaper.

    I'm waiting on my replacement Senseo from the recall. So once that comes, I think I'll get the little Perfect Pod Maker.
     

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