Staples Canada Online Deals: Select Keurig 18-Packs Are Now Just $6, Regularly $16.59

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For those of you who are tired of paying almost a $1/K-Cup with some K-Cup providers, you should check out this deal that Staples Canada has online right now on select varieties of 18-pack K-Cups. In this sale, Staples is selling 18-packs of Barista Prima and Timothy’s Coffee for just $6, which would make each individual K-Cup cost just $0.33.

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Depending on the package you purchase, you could be saving yourself upwards of $10.59, and at the very minimum, you will be saving $6.76. You will have the choice of the following K-Cups:

  • Timothy’s Coffee San Lorenzo K-Cup refills 18/pack, now just $6 (was $12.76)
  • Timothy’s Coffee Bali Samsara K-Cup refills 18/pack, now just $6 (was $12.76)
  • Barista Prima House Blend K-Cup refills 18/pack, now just $6 (was $16.59)
  • Barista Prima French Roast K-Cup refills 18/pack, now just $6 (was $16.59)
  • Green Mountain Our Blend Fair Trade Coffee K-Cup refills, now just $6 (was $12.76)

Staples offers free-shipping on all orders that exceed $45.

Click here to begin shopping the K-Cup refills sale at Staples Canada online.

4 responses to “Staples Canada Online Deals: Select Keurig 18-Packs Are Now Just $6, Regularly $16.59”

  1. Maggie says:

    I was going to order 8 of them, but Staples charges taxes on their coffee!

  2. Paul says:

    Stupid Stooples

    All Currently out of stock

  3. Maggie says:

    Ok, so I went ahead and did it anyway, and oddly enough when my confirmation email came in, it was only $48.00. They did not charge taxes. What a mix up!

  4. wayne says:

    I gave up on Staples over a year ago. I got sick and tired of ordering, them charging tax, me having to call back to get the taxes refunded. To this day they still haven’t fixed it. One of their CSR’s tried to educate me on the fact coffee kcups are non taxable, but Tea cups (which is what I drink) IS taxable. I politely corrected him and explained that both are considered a grocery item, and therefore non taxable. he wouldn’t budge. I told him to transfer me to someone who actually knows about tax laws and that maybe he should try googling HST taxable items on his next break between calls. Staples even responded to me via Twitter that they know of the issue and they are going to fix it. Over a year later and they’re still ripping off customers. I haven’t ordered in well over a year.

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