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Amazon: San Francisco Bay Coffee OneCups for Keurig Brewers $0.34 Each + 3 FREE Samples

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Wow! Here’s a great deal for those of you looking to save on K-cups! Through November 30th, Amazon has the San Francisco Bay Coffee French Roast Coffee OneCups for Keurig Brewers 80-Count priced at $33. Plus, you’ll save an additional 15% when you choose the Subscribe & Save option on the right side, making these only $28.05 shipped to your door! That makes each OneCup only $0.35, which is an awesome price!

To make this deal even sweeter, whenever you pay with a MasterCard at checkout, you can use the promo code MSTRCRD1 to get an extra 10% off, making them as low as only $27.25 shipped! And, you can currently snag the following 3 FREE samples with your order! Just be sure to go here and scroll down to add all 3 sampes to your cart; then adjust the amount of K-Cup boxes at checkout to only one box if desired.

*Receive a FREE sample Martinson Real Cup House Blend, 3 Count by Mother Parker’s (discount at check-out).

*Receive a FREE sample of Higgins and Burke Real Cup Green Tea with Lemongrass, 3 Count by Higgins and Burke (discount at check-out).

*Receive a FREE sample of Brown Gold Real Cup 100% Peruvian, 3 Count by Mother Parker’s (discount at check-out).

Check out what people are saying about these OneCups over on Amazon:

I am so happy with this new economical and more environmentally friendly coffee. The flavor and aroma are just what I expect from a French Roast — deep and bold. I keep the pods in a Ziploc bag in the refrigerator. My husband and I each drink at least two cups every morning, so we go through a box pretty quickly with no concerns about the coffee pods staying fresh. The used coffee is much easier to remove from the pods for composting, too. Fine quality, great price!

I could smell the aroma of this french roast coffee when I took off the plastic covering the box. It smelled wonderful. It was just as good when brewed. I like that the pods are not solid plastic and take up less room in the trash and hopefully less room in the landfill. Good product.

(Thanks, Wendy!)

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  • Shelly says:

    I just want to add that the Roger’s Family, who makes this coffee, are the nicest people. They make a coffee for my husbands grocery store and flew us out to San Fran {all expense paid} to take a tour of the plant. The coffee is delicous and I couldn’t begin to list all the amazing things about them and their company!

  • Laurie says:

    It only shows a 5% savings for me for the subscribe and save. Anything I can do?

  • katie says:

    How do you get subscribe and save, and the free samples at the same time? I cant figure it out.

  • Beth says:

    I just bought those at my Costco in MI for around $25.00 for the same size box.

  • Lacy says:

    I normally drink donut house in my Keurig at home but they bought these at my work for the Keurig there and I thought the taste was bad. Maybe it’s because I normally drink a light to medium roast, but I really did not like these. Just a FYI to anyone who normally drinks a lighter roast that may be considering buying these.

  • an says:

    same problems here, can’t do samples and sub/save at same time. also discount is only 5% not 15% for me. this coffee is just ok, for us so unless i can get this to work as listed above, i may have to pass. thanks! any input on how to get the deal is greatly appreciated :)

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