After factoring in the $70 worth of FREE groceries, the price of the Keurig is just $49! What a great gift for someone to put in their office. Also, be sure to ask your customer service desk if they have any coupons to save on the Keurig Brewer as my Albertsons here in Boise offered me a $10/1 coupon to make this deal even sweeter!
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posted: Nov. 12, 2012 @ 2:14p
Seems more like $30 worth of groceries, if that.
posted: Nov. 12, 2012 @ 10:10p
lanzman said: Seems more like $30 worth of groceries, if that.
I guess it depends on where you're located. I'm in California and I actually priced out the items in my local store and the total was 66.09. That's with some of the items being on sale and some at regular price. I would imagine when they quote the $70 figure, they're referring to the regular price.
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