Hi, loves! Emma here and there’s one thing I enjoy almost as much as weddings: COFFEE. In this house, we run on coffee. Coffee in the morning. Coffee in the afternoon. Iced coffee at the park with the kids. Working late into the night, you guessed it — coffee! And not just any coffee, but delicious coffee. And cheap k cups! When I buy k cups, they have to be the cheapest but they also have to taste good. I love my Keurig coffee maker but the cost of k cups can really add up. On my quest to find out where to buy cheap k cups when we were ready to order more, I thought, hey, I should share this wealth of knowledge with other coffee-obsessed people like me! And, so, here it is!
Since everything around here comes back to weddings, feel free to apply the knowledge of these cheap k cups to your wedding coffee bar, or even as favors given out to guests. You can put Keurig coffee pods in little muslin favor bags (like these) stamped with, “Love is brewing” or something similar on the outside. Here’s a stamp for inspiration (from the lovely Paper Peach).
We’re seeing these fun Keurig coffee pods turned favors popping up lately, too! They’re even personalized with your initials, wedding date, colors, etc. I haven’t tried the coffee myself, but a past review for wedding favors says it was a hit.
Anyways, you can use these cheap k cups however you’d like: fill up your own pantry, office supply room, k cup holder, or give them out as wedding favors. I don’t care how you plan to use these cheap k cups, just use them! And share this post with a fellow friend who is coffee obsessed and also wants to save money and buy k cups cheap. By the way, it’s not about where to buy cheap coffee, it’s where to buy cheap k cups that TASTE good. I’ve tried a ton of them that tasted awful so I’ll make sure to skip right over those. What’s the point of spending money on cheap k cups if they taste awful?!
Anyways, enough from me! Here’s where to buy the best k cups. I’ve tried them all, so I should know. ;) On to the list!
Cheap K Cups: Here’s Where to Buy Them
First, are you buying cheap k cups online? If so, here’s where to get them for the cheapest price ever.
o Double Donut K Cups
These cheap k cups come in a pack of 80. That’s right, EIGHTY. For only $23 or so. That’s only about $0.29 per Keurig coffee pod and I’d say that’s cheap Keurig pricing! Add in free 2-day shipping with Prime (get it for 30 days FREE here) and that means cheap Keurig right to your doorstep in two days or less. Plus, this is cheap Keurig that also tastes great and you get a TON of it to try. These Keurig coffee pods are made in recyclable single serve k-cups so they’re cost effective. Available in these yummy flavors (I’ll take Pumpkin Pie and Vanilla Bean, please!) Compatible with Keurig 1.0 and Keurig 2.0. Yay!
o Beantown Roasters K Cups
Ladies and gentlemen, this is artisanal coffee at its finest — 11 different flavors, NO DECAF! (I once read a quote that stuck with me: “There’s a time and a place for decaf. Never and in the trash.” Ha!) Nothing wrong with decaf, if you like it, but sometimes you get a k cup mix with a ton of decaf. Not here! These cheap k cups are made with a slow roast process and are sold direct from the roaster (so you save money). 96 count for only $38. Not too shabby.
o Revival Roaster K Cups
At only $32.99 for a pack of 96 Keurig coffee pods (that’s only $0.31 each), that’s some awesomely cheap k cups. They aren’t just cheap, they’re delicious. (P.S. You also get a 10 pack bonus for free, which I thought was doubly awesome.) In this pack, you get the following Keurig coffee pod flavors: Costa Rica (high notes), Kenya AA (citrusy), Columbia (rich and dark), Breakfast Blend (medium-roast with chocolaty taste), French (deep, dark, bold), Donut Shop (medium roasted), Italian (deep, dark and bold, similar to French coffee), and Butter Toffee (flavor infused). The bonus Keurig coffee pods include five of hazelnut and/or caramel. My fave? Donut Shop, tied with the Butter Toffee. I love flavored coffee, but I also love the kind of coffee I can sip all day. These cheap k cups taste amazing!
And for familiar brand names, as well as “surprise box” cheap k cups:
o Variety Sampler K Cups
Last but not least, this is one of my favorite buys. It may not be the lowest price of the cheap k cups in this list, but it’s definitely a fun box to unpack when it arrives. These brand-name Keurig coffee pods are great for people who love familiarity. I recommended some roasters above with great coffees and cheap k cups, but perhaps you want something you already know and love. I get it. So here’s the cheap coffee pods for the discerning coffee drinkers: a 40 count box of variety k cups, at least four from each of the following brands: Kahlua, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Cinnabon, Gloria Jean’s Coffees, Donut Shop Coffee, and Caribou Coffee. These taste amazing (wait until you try the Green Mountain Caramel Vanilla Cream, it’s my absolute favorite) and they’re an affordable price. Wayyyy cheaper than buying them individually boxed at the grocery store. Plus it’s fun to open the box because it’s sort of a mixed bag!
Reusable K Cup
Ah, the reusable k cup: another fantastic way to make cheap k cups anytime you want. If you don’t mind messin’ with grounds and pouring them out individually, a reusable k cup is an economical way to use your Keurig 1.0 or 2.0 to the max. Just buy really cheap ground coffee (like this, it tastes great, promise!) and a coffee scoop.
People are going nuts for coffee scoops right now (I’m not sure why, but Etsy is blowing up with them) and they can be really (surprisingly) pricey. This stainless steel coffee scoop is under $10 from here and I like it because it has an extra long length. It reaches all the way to the bottom of your standard ground coffee bag, so you don’t miss a single bean.
Reusable K Cup
Got your cheap coffee? Have a scoop? Great. Now get a reusable k cup. You can buy cheap Keurig coffee pods at a great price (a four pack for $7.95 and free shipping). This reusable k cup works with Keurig 2.0 AND 1.0! And they work with either coffee grounds OR loose leaf tea! Buy your reusable k cup pack here.
Where to Buy a Keurig Machine
If you’re reading this and you still don’t have a Keurig maker, wyd?! Kidding. I have this Keurig maker and I love it. It’s the Keurig 2.0 version and offers hot water on demand. It has a reservoir, so you don’t have to fill up the water every time you want a cup of coffee. Another bonus: you can make different size coffees on demand, strength control, up to 12 oz brew size, and a digital touch-screen. The coffee is amazing with this thing and it’s under $200, free shipping. I’ve had this Keurig coffee maker for almost three years, use it a LOT, and it still makes exceptional coffee.
Buy it here.
Need to Store Your Cheap K Cups?
Say no more! Check out these adorb k cup holders and storage options.
Store your cheap k cups in this fun cacti. Many colors available! By Sheyne.
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Also by this shop, this modern plexiglass storage solution offers elegant minimalism for any kitchen.
This magnetic k cup holder goes right on your fridge! What a great way to store those cheap Keurig coffee pods without sacrificing counter space! By Sheyne.
Honestly, you can store those cheap k cups anywhere: in a drawer, in a cool wire basket, or do what I did! I removed my spices from my carousel-style spice rack and replaced them with my cheap Keurig coffee pods. Now my seasonings are in my drawer and I love the convenience of a carousel-style K cup holder without having to buy another storage solution. They’re the perfect fit in storage racks — give yours a try!
And… that’s about it! I hope you enjoyed this post on where to buy cheap k cups, where to snag one of those reusable k cup packs, and how to store your Keurig coffee pods in stylish k cup holders. What kind of Keurig coffee pods are your favorite? Do you have a fave go-to coffee flavor to share? Tell us about it in the comment box below or tweet me at @EmmalineBride. :)
Happy Planning! And coffee drinking!
P.S. If you’re a coffee drinker and looking for cool centerpieces, try this DIY mason jar centerpiece with coffee beans.
P.S.S. Love other cheap stuff? Here’s where to buy cheap wedding invites!